Warmblood Breeding News
In This Issue:
Plan Now for Fall/Winter Stallion Promotions
American-Bred Devon L Retiring from Grand Prix
Breeders Seminar at Hilltop Farm
Hyperion Young Stallions Presented at Flyinge
Foundation Sires: Rotspon, Ferro, Lucky Boy
Dressage at Devon Breed Show 2019 News
The Horse Magazine on Cloning
Wisdom from Dr. Christmann on The Horse Magazine
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Congratulations to Leatherdale Farms' Homebred, Devon L, Who is Retiring from a Grand Prix Career
April, 2019

There is no database of American-bred horses that have been successful, and the tracking by USEF is not at all complete. Here is one to celebrate: Devon L, just retired from successful Grand Prix competition, was bred by Doug and Louise Leatherdale.

Events

Two-Day Breeders Seminar June 29–30
Book now to visit Hilltop Farm for an educational weekend for breeders. The seminar will discuss modern approaches for today's sport horse breeders. Featured speakers will highlight the role of science to advance your breeding decisions on topics from genetics to breeding theory to OCD to developing stallion prospects.

Don't miss it! Registration deadline is June 21!

Hyperion Stud Young Stallions Presented at Flyinge
Can't Touch This I HS
Cool Jazz

Two youngsters from Hyperion Stud were invited to attend the stallion testing at Flyinge in Sweden on February 26, 2019 through March 3, 2019. Can’t Touch This I (HS), a 2015 Holsteiner stallion bred by American breeder Reece Miller, is shown here. Also presented was Cool Jazz, a 2012 Holsteiner-approved stallion by Colman / Cascavelle / Sacramento Song xx from stamm 238.

Foundation Fridays
Recent Foundation Sires Featured on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com
We started a new feature on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com in 2018: Foundation Fridays! Every other Friday we will be featuring a foundation sire - one who has been influential in the development of warmblood breeds. Since our last email newsletter, we have added a few new stallions. With most of these articles, we'll be 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 each of these bloodlines who are on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com .

Click on the following links to read about each Foundation Sire:




Enjoy!
Dressage at Devon Breed Show Devision News
Changes Announced

Dressage at Devon has announced changes to the Breed Show for 2019 that they hope will make the show easier for competitors and more appealing.

These include moving the group classes, such as Breeders Group, Get of Sire, and Produce of Dam to Tuesday. Also on Tuesday: a new wine and cheese party for owners and handlers! There are also new pony classes, and new efforts to identify horses that are for sale.

Knowledge Base
Wisdom From Dr. Christmann on The Horse Magazine
Dr. Ludwig Christmann has been a welcome guest in North America for decades because of his sensible insights into breeding. His knowledge of bloodlines is phenomenal, and his generosity in sharing his knowledge is an inspiration.

Christopher Hector, of  The Horse Magazine,  interviewed Dr. Christmann this year, and they touched on many general breeding topics, and many specific examples for illustration. Well worth a read.

The Horse Magazine Discusses Cloning
Christopher Hector, of The Horse Magazine in Australia, has a new article out on cloning horses, and whether that's been a success or not. He looks at the horses that have been cloned, their competition results, and the results of their offspring. Shown here is the Quidam de Revel clone, Quidam de Revel II Z.

Anna Goebel
Warmblood Stallions of North America
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