Warmblood Breeding News North America
In This Issue:
Advertise Your North American Stallion
Introducing Bingotti, Approved Hanoverian
Foundation Sires: Landadel, De Niro, Krack C, Donnerhall
Evaluating Sperm Motility
USEF YEH and FEH 2020
Breeders: What Keeps You in This Game?
Riverman: 1990–2020
Genetically-Modified Horse Embryo Reported
October Issue of World Breeding News
Three Featured Stallions: Hampton, Diamo Blue, Uno Don Diego
Articles from HorseMagazine.com
More Mare Owners are Choosing North American Stallions. Be Ready: Advertise Your Stallion on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com.
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Introducing Bingotti!
Approved Hanoverian - Dressage with a dash of jumping blood

Introducing Bingotti, a 2010 stallion who has just earned his Hanoverian license/approval through performance. Bingotti is a chestnut stallion who offers solid dressage bloodlines with that desirable dash of jumper blood: he is by Bugatti Hilltop, out of a mare by Krack C, whose dam was solidly jumper-bred.

To read more about Bingotti, click here.
Foundation Fridays
Recent Foundation Sires Featured on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com
We've been posting Foundation Fridays on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com since 2018. Every other Friday we feature a foundation sire - one who has been influential in the development of warmblood breeds. We're pulling from the incredible archive of The Horse Magazine, published by Chris Hector of Australia. Thank you, Chris, for permission to draw on your expertise!

In each of these articles, we introduce a Foundation Sire, and we also include links to stallions with his bloodlines who are on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com.

Click on the following links to read about our most recent Foundation Sires and their stallion descendants:
and here's a stallion with his bloodlines in North America:

here are two stallions with his bloodlines in North America:

who has one stallion grandson in North America:

Plus a special tribute to Foundation Sire Donnerhall (shown above)
These are his North American stallion descendants:

Enjoy this look into past sires whose influence extends to the US through their sons and grandsons!
Knowledge Base
Evaluating Sperm Motility
Anyone want to understand more about semen motility and how it's determined? I recommend reading "How Progressively Motile Are Those Sperm?" by Jos Mottershead of Equine-Reproduction.com. It not only has helpful explanations, it even has motility videos - microscope captures - that show how sperm move, how motility is determined, and what things to watch for. Really excellent info for both stallion owners and mare owners.

Event News
USEA FEH and YEH 2020
Congratulations to Pam Fisher, owner and breeder of Sea Lioness Tb by Sea Lion. Sea Lioness won the 2020 USEA Future Event Horse West Coast 4-year-old Championship. More about the event: "This weekend saw two busy days of competition for young horses on the West Coast with The Dutta Corp. USEA Young Event Horse and USEA Future Event Horse West Coast Championships at Twin Rivers Ranch in Paso Robles, California. Catch up with all the action and meet the six young horses that topped the championship leaderboards."

"Breeders: What Keeps You In This Game?"
Question and responses from a breeder group on Facebook

Breeder Kendra Hansis recently shared a post on Facebook about what it's like to be an equine professional. The post was specifically describing being a trainer, but Kendra asked: "Breeders: What keeps you in this game?

In Memoriam
Riverman, 1990–2020
"Some endings you just can never be ready for and saying goodbye to Riverman has been one of those moments that proved impossible to prepare ourselves for. Despite the calendar saying he was 30 years old this year, Riverman had seemed to defy the idea of aging and we greedily hoped we would have more time with the grand stallion. ..."

Genetically-Modified Horse Embryo Reported
The future is here: you can now create a custom foal with...

... specific genetic traits, like jumping ability, by modifying the genes at the egg and sperm stage. If you can afford it.

Horse clones are not a new thing. Quite a few clones exist of desirable and competitive horses, and several are competing worldwide. Famously, one polo player has competed with multiple clones of his favorite mare on his team.

The most recent news is that a genetically modified horse has now been produced.

Publication for Breeders
October Issue of World Breeding News
The World Breeding News for Sport Horses is an excellent publication if you want to keep track of what's happening in global news in breeding. It's also the official magazine of the World Breeders Federation for Sport Horses.

We think the October edition is worth reading. Find out why! Click here.
Three Featured Stallions on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com!

Sought-after His Highness and Rotspon bloodlines; proven dressage

His Highness x Rotspon

Click here to read more about Hampton.
Diamo Blue

Chacco Blue #1 x Diamant de Semilly #2 WBFSH Sires

Diarado (Diamant de Semilly) x Chacco Blue

Read more about Diamo Blue - click here.
Uno Don Diego

FEI stallion producing winning show horses

Dressage Royal x Falkland

Good Reads for Breeders
Articles from HorseMagazine.com
Once again Christopher Hector, of The Horse Magazine in Australia, has written some articles of interest to breeders worldwide.

The first is an analysis of the Bundeschampionate winners' bloodlines. This time he attended virtually, since spectators were not allowed. Luckily for us, photographer Kiki Beelitz was there and provided great images.

Then there are two articles focused on a breeder who does not follow trends, but makes his own breeding decisions based on what makes sense to him. Stephan Borgmann and his father, Norbert, are featured. They bred the 4-year-old stallion About You, who sold for 1,650,000 Euros in August at the Borgmann Auction. About You is by AC-DC, a stallion the Borgmanns also bred, and out of Evita, again bred by the Borgmanns. 

Find out more; click here.
Anna Goebel
Warmblood Stallions of North America

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