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AHS inspection at Rainbow Equus Meadows

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  • AHS inspection at Rainbow Equus Meadows

    October 22nd, 2009 American Hanoverian Society Inspection
    mares freejumping for the MPT

    Mare’s Name Breed Birth Pedigree jump score
    51 Ferra Han 2006 Ferro/Daphne/Don Primero 8
    52 Petition ZFDP 1996 Pilot’s Treffer/Poesie/Pik Bube I 8.75
    53 Eleganza Han 2004 Embassy-Atina/Acord II 8

    All mares passed MPT, Eleganza did not do the riding test and is now Eligible for the jumper breeding program. I do not have the riding scores. The non Hano mare was accepted into the main marebook, all others but one scored a 7 or more and are now Elite eligible.

    Non Hanoverian Mare inspection
    52 Petition ZFDP 1996 Pilot’s Treffer/Poesie/Pik Bube I owned by Corinne Young 7.15

    Hanoverian Mare inspection
    Mare’s Name Pedigree
    48 Della Spade ‘06 Diamont/Love On Ice/Corporate Report owned by Corinne Young 6.66
    47 Fuerst Antoinetta R ‘05 Fuerst Gotthard/Kleopatra R/Kalypso owned by Rainbow Equus Meadows 7.16
    46 Divina Dawn ‘06 Devon Heir/Karess/Kalypso owned by Cynthia Galt bred byTerry Mason-Esteban 7.16
    45 Landina CSF ’03 Landkönig/Karess/Kalypso owned by Kelly Geredes bred by Terry Mason-Esteban 7
    50 Requiem per l’amore ’06 Royal Prince/Granarista/Grannus owned and bred by Corinne Young 7.5
    49 Fraktura ’03 Ferro/Carilla/Grannus owned by Joan Cinquini 7.83 Champion mare
    51 Ferra ‘06 Ferro/Daphne/Don Primero owned and bred byKatherine Buchanan 7.16

    Fillies of 2009

    05/20/09 Escudo II/Fuji Fuerstin R/Fuerst Gotthard owned by Rainbow Equus Meadows was top pick filly of the day
    04/03/09 Domiro/Dirty Martini/Diamont owned by Corinne Young
    05/21/09 Landfriese II/Wencke Creek/Wagner Both JBP parents
    06/25/09 Escudo II/Caraechstrodinair/Echstrordinary owned by Tamara Torti
    06/09/09 Escudo II/Vilja/Vivaldi
    06/29/09 Escudo II/Diamont Life/Diamont owned by Val Traina

    Colts of 2009
    05/14/09 Escudo II/Landkönigin/Landkönig owned by Sara and Bobby Floujeh
    04/26/09 Warcloud/Lenzie/Longchamp owned by Marsha Anderson was top pick colt of the day
    06/05/09 Escudo II/Princess Pei Pei R/Pablito
    04/12/09 Regazoni/Minnie Flight/Oxford Flight owned byCorinne Young
    05/20/09 Landkönig/Fillygrey R/Fuerst Gotthard
    05/05/09 Dacaprio/Phemme Phatale/Pointmaker owned by Erika Lewis

    We were so fortunate with great weather and a nice turn out so we could really take our time with all and not have a dead rush to get done on time. The youngs as always brought some good wine and were having a barn party and breeding discussions till it got dark and the horses needed to get loaded, I think we all had fun
    Last edited by Edgar; Oct. 28, 2009, 07:31 PM.
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  • #2
    "Fillygrey R"

    LOL. That caught my eye.

    Sounds like a wonderful inspection/mpt.


    • #3
      This was a great day! Photos are being uploaded now - the mares are almost complete and the foals will follow


      Congratulations to everyone - once again it was a great group of horses!


      • #4
        No Landfriese babies at the inspecion?


        • #5
          Originally posted by Oakstable View Post
          No Landfriese babies at the inspecion?
          A filly
          05/21/09 Landfriese II/Wencke Creek/Wagner Both JBP parents


          • #6
            Originally posted by spacely View Post
            A filly
            That's what I was looking for too--but I didn't see any pics though
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            • #7
              Originally posted by TrotTrotPumpkn View Post
              That's what I was looking for too--but I didn't see any pics though
              Tamara probably just hasn't got the pictures of her up yet. She is a beautiful filly, when I went and picked up Landfriese II semen for my mare, Edgar showed her to me... she's a stunning little girl
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              • #8
                All of the photos are up on my website now, including the Landfriese II/Wencke Creek Filly. Very nice filly with all the elegance of a Lady

                I hope everyone enjoys them.