Dalhousie EdA : Oldenburg filly registered with GOV born in May 2012. She is by the Hanoverian stallion Dauphin out of the Oldenburg mare Belle de Jour EdA, by Brentano II. This exquisite filly will steal your hearth at first sight. Her conformation is definitely without flaws and she shows three above average gaits. She should mature around 16-16.1hh and will be a real lady’s dream horse, long legged with a refined body. She has the most charming and refined head, with a perfectly centered white diamond marking. She has a very sweet and confident personality, facing any new situations with a trusting energy toward her leader. She received a high quality education (leads, baths, clips, nice with farrier and vet, she's simply easy to be around). She lived mainly outside with other horses since the day she was born. She has a strict deworming and vet schedule and her feeding program always been well balanced. She was bred especially for me and was supposed to be my future dressage mount. She is unfortunately for sale due to recent changes in my life. She is one of a kind filly.
Dauphin: Dauphin is a typey Donnerhall son from an outstanding mother line.There are three older sisters who have already earned their SPS or EM status and additionally have shown in competitions. Marefield Meadows, his breeder, was fortunate when Dauphin was invited to join 49 other colts in the 11 Month Stallion Performance Test at Adelheidsdorf, Germany. He was the only privately owned stallion of the group and he was given the headstall number 50. His earnest work ethic seemingly indicated that he was trying hard to prove the number on his bridle would not determine the rank of his standing at the end of the training period. The German breeders who followed the young stallions as they progressed in their careful and thorough program were favorably impressed with Dauphin’s swinging back and happy attitude. For him it’s like play; the riding is a game to him was the report from one breeder who viewed Dauphin at the first public presentation of the training group. And those who visited him in his stall commented on his kind nature and good manners. Dauphin also showed a sturdy toughness when he made it through the entire training and testing period barefoot. There were quite a few in this group of young stallions who were highly talented in jumping but Dauphin managed to hold his own by finishing in the middle of the pack, a surprising placement for a horse from bloodlines that typically are considered almost exclusively for dressage. By the end of the test he had earned a score in dressage that ranked him fourth in the group, and Dauphin was invited to remain at Celle on breeding lease since then
Belle de Jour Eda: Belle de Jour EdA is a young feminine mare with good overall conformation, ground covering gaits and ideal dispositions. She is daughter to legendary Brentano II, Hanoverian stallion of the Year 2003, who has been undoubtly one of the most important sire for the hanoverian dressage breeding world. Belle de Jour EdA displays strong influence from her famous sire, charm and refinement from her beautiful dam Serenti. Belle de Jour is easy going, learns quickly, and is a real pleasure to train. She loves to be the center of the attraction, and always behaves perfectly.
The filly is situated near MONTREAL in the province of Quebec. Feel free to email me for more pictures or information.