Warmblood Breeding News North America
In This Issue:
Warmblood Stallions of North America Adds More Value
Hyperion Foals of 2019 and 2020
Foundation Sires:
Consul, Heartbreaker, Hohenstein, Ladykiller xx, Le Tot de Sémilly
Introducing Jaguar van Paemel
Study of WFFS in TBs by UC Davis
What We Can Learn from Emily Miles at the World Young Horse Championships
More Wins for Stellar TVR Offspring
Dressage at Devon Breed Show News
More Featured Stallions from WarmbloodStallionsNA.com
Leatherdale Farms' Homebred Wins NA Youth Championships
Warmblood Stallions of North America Adds More Value for Stallion Owners
If you are thinking about advertising your stallion on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com , now is a great time. Our Likes on Facebook are growing, post reach has more than doubled, traffic on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com is increasing, and we have just started promoting our advertisers' stallions on Instagram. In addition, this email newsletter has an "open" rate that is 4x the industry average.

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Hyperion Stud Foal Crop
Foals of 2019 and 2020

Hyperion Stud is dedicated to breeding and developing top horses for sport. Focus is placed on the quality, temperament and pedigrees of their breeding mares, and a particular emphasis on the documented success of the stallions they use. As the 2019 breeding and inspection season has come to an end, Hyperion is pleased to introduce you to their 2019 foal crop and their expected foals for 2020. Shown is a Hyperion colt by Don VHP out of a Calido mare.

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:

Hohenstein (shown)

Introducing Jaguar van Paemel!
Jaguar van Paemel, 2009 Showjumper Stallion, now in California

Jaguar van Paemel is a Belgian Warmblood stallion imported to the US this year. He has competed in over 100 FEI classes, and also sired about 75 foals in Europe. Jaguar is by top sire Cicero Z van Paemel out of Sissi by Sandro. With his Hanoverian bloodlines, Jaguar is the perfect sire for dressage breeding as well as jumper breeding. He stands 17.1 hands, is approved Zangersheide, and is available fresh or frozen.

Click here to learn more about Jaguar van Paemel , including video and offspring photos.

Look for Jaguar in our new front-page Slideshow! Click here .
Study of WFFS in Thoroughbreds by UC Davis
Researchers at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine have published the results of a study that investigated the frequency of Warmblood Fragile Foal Syndrome in Thoroughbreds. The study demonstrated that the WFFS mutation is not a genetic risk factor for the recent catastrophic breakdowns in race horses.

What We Can Learn From Emily Miles at the World Young Horse Championships
"I had been wondering how Emily Miles, a US rider, had fared at the World Young Horse Championships, since she didn't show up in the reports on the final results. ...

"I would describe a competitive performance by Emily Miles as impressive, beautiful, harmonious, sympathetic, full of impulsion and athleticism, and a joy to watch. A German judge at the North American Stallion Test called her riding, 'what dressage riding  should  look like.' I would add that she is also effective: her horses go exactly as dressage horses  should  go.

"I suspected that in Ermelo these qualities would not enough. ..."

By Anna Goebel

More Wins for Stellar TVR Offspring!
Stellar TVR of New Horizons Continues to Sire Successful Offspring

Horses from  New Horizons Farm  were the first Haflingers in North America to be presented to the German studbooks for breeding approval and registration. New Horizons stallion  Stellar TVR  was the first Haflinger stallion in North American history to be lifetime licensed and approved for breeding through Weser Ems and RPSI/Westfalen NA, in addition to the American Warmblood Society and Sporthorse Registry, and the American Haflinger Registry. Stellar is also the only Haflinger in history to attend the North American 30 Day Pony Stallion Performance Testing, where he fulfilled his performance requirements to be approved for breeding. His offspring are now shining at inspections and competition.

Shown is Standing Ovation New Horizons .

Show Results
Dressage at Devon Breed Show Results
The Dressage at Devon 2019 Breed Show was held on September 24–26. Congratulations to all competitors on having wonderful weather!

Shown is Gjenganger, Breed Show Grand Champion. She was bred in North America by owner Alice Tarjan. Gjenganger is by Grand Galaxy Win out of Alice's Danish mare Donne Dee by Don Schufro.

Warmblood Stallions of North America is proud to be a media partner of Dressage at Devon .
More Featured Stallions on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com!
Shine (Alesi)

The ultimate Hunter stallion!

Akzent II x Lachs

Click here to read more about Shine.

Look for Shine's photo in our new front-page Slideshow! Click here .
Dracula d'Avalon

Talent, temperament and beauty!

Davidor x Mannhattan

Read more about Dracula d'Avalon - click here .

Look for Dracula's photo in our new front-page Slideshow! Click here .
Show Results
Leatherdale Farms' Homebred Wins N.A. Youth Championships
Congratulations to Leatherdale Farms, whose homebred mare Fleur de Lis L won three medals at the FEI North American Youth Championships. Fleur de Lis is by First Dance , a Leatherdale Farms stallion standing at Bridlewood Farm in Kentucky. She is ridden by 19-year-old Canadian rider Vanessa Creech-Terauds.
Anna Goebel
Warmblood Stallions of North America

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