A gorgeous and very talented young Arab-Trakehner filly by Ras-Moniet. Her dam, Tokio, now deceased, was a daughter of the imported German stallion Troubadour. Troubadour, a son of the dressage stallion Flaneur, was approved at NeumÃ¼nster in 1975, after which he stood at the Klosterhof Medingen until May of 1978 when he was imported the US by Edith Kosterka. He had a very successful dressage career and in 1988 he was the reserve horse for the Swiss Dressage Team at the Seoul Olympics. He stood at Ms. Kosterka's Trakehner GestÃ¼t Wayne until her death in late 1995.
This young filly has the temperament suited for an amateur, and the gaits and trainability for a professional. She does everything you would expect a two year old to do- easy to catch, ties quietly, leads, stands for periods of time, loads and hauls quietly, stands for farrier/worming/shots, she stands for bathing, clipping and general grooming. She is good in a stall and mannerly in a turnout situation. Respectful of fencing. She wears sheets/blankets.
This is a well mannered, beautiful young lady who will be a lovely addition to a show barn and breeding program. TyAnne is being started under saddle and is offered very reasonable until she is backed and begins actual saddle training in the spring.