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    02-21-2012, 05:52 AM
  #51
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I don't know much about KWPN bloodlines but a year or so ago I was cruising through some websites and stumbled upon a young stallion that I fell in love with. His name is Bordeaux, 16.2h bay 2006 KWPN stallion, champion of the 2009 KWPN stallion licensing. His sire line's Flemmingh and Krack C via United, and his dam line's more hanoverian - Donnerhall (<3), Gribaldi and Rembrandt's dam, Adone. Many more stunning relatives out of that line.

Definitely adding him to my horses' lines once I get my stud up and running, he is just phenominal.
     
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    02-27-2012, 12:12 PM
  #52
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Bordeux is VERY nice but I like IPS Bon Bravour,Apache & Charmeur more,when we talk about young stallions.

Bon Bravour is a Painted Black (by Gribaldi) x Chronos and he's just fenomenal!



Apache is a UB40 (by Olivi) x Krack C (by Flemmingh),reserve champion in the stallioncompetition.


And Charmeur,champion of the stallioncompetition in 2010
Charmeur is a Florencio (by Florestan I) x Jazz (need to say more?)
The sister of his dam brought the KWPN stallion Zuidenwind.

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    03-03-2012, 12:50 PM
  #53
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We breed Dutch Warmbloods and go for the lines that are very amateur friend and trainable. In any breed there can be some hard ones. The KWPN is the #1 studbook in the world for jumping and dressage.

Kathy
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    03-29-2012, 11:22 PM
  #54
Foal
Laures, those are some incredible movers, thanks for the video. Made my day.
     
    03-30-2012, 01:09 AM
  #55
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Oh, DROOL!
     
    09-05-2012, 02:32 PM
  #56
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I'm from Holland, still living in Holland, but we have plans to go live in Canada. I own a KWPN mare by Tango (by Jazz) x Oliver (by Voltaire). She's now 7 years old. I'm thinking about taking her with me when we definitely move to Canada. If not, I'll take a young pregnant KWPN mare with me.
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    01-15-2013, 07:02 PM
  #57
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Ah... :)

My former 'boss' currently competes on quite a few Dutch/German horses internationally (he is a member of the national SJ team), few of them already doing GP.
My current favourite of his horses is Contendro II (by Contender, out of a Reichsgraf mare) - he's absolutely amazing, great technique and scope, and just the right mind to go to the very top.
There are some pics and videos if anyone's interested Andrius Petrovas – Sporthorses Contendro II , he's such a great horse.
     
    02-17-2013, 01:12 PM
  #58
Foal
When are you coming to Canada? And what province? Sure could use some hollanders in our area, with horse knowledge, etc. Always exciting to welcome new people with common interests to our country! Keep in touch, if there is anything I can do to help you when you move here. Looking forward to meeting you as well after you arrive.
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    02-17-2013, 05:09 PM
  #59
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Hi Apex,

At this moment I am attending two studies, the first one is to become a level 2-3 instructor, the other one is for becoming a level 2-3 judge. Our levels are a bit different in comparison to the Canadian levels. I hope to finish both educations at the end of April, with positive results of course! If so, I can apply for a visum. I hope to find a job near Calgary, and if I find one before applying for the visum, it will take about 5 months to get the visum. If not, it could take up to 3 years :(.
So if you know stables who are looking for an instructor/trainer please let me know!

Thanks for your interest!
     
    02-17-2013, 05:23 PM
  #60
Foal
Send me a resume to apexfarms@sasktel.net. I have a friend who may be interested in a new trainer/coach at her indoor facility


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Originally Posted by OriginallyDutch    
Hi Apex,

At this moment I am attending two studies, the first one is to become a level 2-3 instructor, the other one is for becoming a level 2-3 judge. Our levels are a bit different in comparison to the Canadian levels. I hope to finish both educations at the end of April, with positive results of course! If so, I can apply for a visum. I hope to find a job near Calgary, and if I find one before applying for the visum, it will take about 5 months to get the visum. If not, it could take up to 3 years :(.
So if you know stables who are looking for an instructor/trainer please let me know!

Thanks for your interest!
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