Elastic, powerful movement is evident in this exceptional filly, as well as a ground-covering canter and quick hind leg. She has an impressive pedigree full of proven producers and high rideability, making her an excellent candidate for a performance horse.
Her sire, Dubarry, has already produced excellent riding horses while standing in Europe. Imported from Celle in July 2015, Dubarry brings elegance and high rideability to the US, coupled with outstanding paces. Here is how Celle describes this lovely young stallion: "With his jet black coat and splendid type, this son of don frederico knows how to show himself in a good light. Due to his enormous freedom of shoulder movement, and the power in his hindquarters, this young talent doesn’t know any movement limits. He demonstrated thee abilities during his 1st public presentations, and showed himself to be a very rideable and motivated athlete. His mother, Ribana by Rubinstein I ensures the rideability as well as the willingness to perform…. Making Dubarry the modern sire of the future."
The damsire, Foundation, is a proven producer as well. "Foundation passed his 30-day test in Schlieckau with excellent scores: Twice a 10.0 for trot and canter in the final test, 9.5 each for character and willingness to perform as well as 9.25 for rideabiltiy: Foundation finished his test with an average score of 9.13 for inner values, 9.57 for trot and canter. ... Looking like a true copy of his sire Fidertanz, who was striking NRW champion stallion and successful up to Intermediare I tests, Foundation features the ground-covering mechanic of movements with engaged hindquarters stepping under the center of gravity, a wonderful uphill canter and fantastic inner values. In addition, he is gifted with a certain charisma only a few young stallions have. Foundation originates from the athletic, highly successful dam line of Paninka, producer of Isabell Werth's multiple Grand Prix winner Apache, Olympic horse Escapado/Carl Hester and Hans Peter Minderhoud, the Inter I horses Lucky Luke, Wivara, Wocelli, Adolfo FRH and Cheyenne, who were both successful in three-stars competitions, and several others." - Superior Equine Sires