2017 Black Oldenburg GOV Filly
This black filly is the perfect modern FEI sport horse prospect for either the show ring or future breeding possibilities. She is tall with incredible long legs, a terrific motor and is already showing us massive push and carrying capabilities. This filly has three excellent gaits with a lofty trot, ground covering walk and huge canter. She is a baby so her personality is still developing but she is currently sweet and expressive in the field. She leads, stands for the vet, can be caught in the pasture as well as the stall. She is turned out in pasture right now with another same aged mate (and their dams) to develop naturally. She is handled daily, can be touched and groomed over her entire body with rags, brushes, combs and hands including her ears. This filly is perfect for the serious competitor as she has it all: movement, elegance and bloodlines. She was born May 3, 2017 via embryo transfer and is shown here with her surrogate dam.
Grand Galaxy Win T is a modern, lustrous, black young stallion by Apache, the KWPN Grand Prix newcomer. In fact, Galaxy is the first stallion by Apache, who had 6 sons selected for last year's KWPN-licensing, to be licensed in Denmark. Due to his type and movement, Galaxy was honored as champion of the 2014 Danish stallion show and given a Premium title. Galaxy is out of the recognized elite mare Winner T who is by the Grand Prix stallion and breeding magnate, Jazz, and therefore, a full sister to the Prix St. Georges horse Volvo. In Galaxy's third generation, we find the well-reputed Zeolit, sire of numerous Grand Prix offspring, including Gomerant, Oscar B and Lawoel.
Fleur de Lune is a consistent producer with any stallion, and has produced only Premium Award foals. Her foals have been by Ampere, Johnson and Fürstenball. She is by the Elite stallion Feiner Stern, who sired 18 approved stallion sons in Europe and 26 States Premium mares. He received 9’s for trot, canter, rideability, and willingness to work at his 100 day stallion test in Adelheidsdorf, Germany. He was named Main Premium Champion Stallion of Oldenburg in 1987 due to his outstanding quality, performance test scores, and convincing quality of his first foal crop. He was known for producing progeny with very good foundations, good looking with beautiful heads, and very easy to ride and handle. Fleur’s damsire is the Elite Hanoverian stallion Diamont (Durkheim x SPS Babette/Bleep xx). Diamont was a noted dressage sire and was ranked first in 1994, 1996 and 1997 by the USDF among all Hanoverian stallions for producing USDF Horse of the Year qualifiers. In 1995 he was the 7th leading producer of qualifiers among stallions of all breeds in the U.S. He produced three licensed stallions and fourteen Elite Hanoverian mares. His offspring are well noted for being successful in all the sport horse disciplines including dressage, Grand Prix show jumping and eventing.
|Grand Galaxy Win
|Fleur de Lune
|Marys Case xx|
Sire & Dam