|Hanoverian - Flashy 2020 Filly by Lord Adonis|
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3 White Socks, Large Blaze
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2020 Filly by Lord Adonis x Fuji Fuerstin/Fuerst Gotthard
Gorgeous filly with exceptionally friendly in your pocket personality. This filly possesses an athletic pedigree coupled with her beautiful type making her a top prospect.
Sired by Lord Adonis (by Lordanos) is16.2hh raised and owned in Germany by renowned international Grand Prix jumper Rene Tebbel. In 2010 Lord Adonis was presented and approved at the Oldenburg Hengst-Tage. In June of 2012 he was imported to the U.S.A, and shortly thereafter went through stallion testing. He was one of only four horses inspected for approval by the Hanoverian society earning an Elite status. The scores he received during the testing are: Character: 9; Temperament : 8.5; Constitution: 9; Stadium Jumping: 9; Free Jumping: 9; Cross Country: 8.5; Walk: 8.5; Canter: 8.25; Trot: 7.5. His modern type, confident yet quiet demeanor and versatile talents have fully licensed him with multiple breed organizations and studbooks.
Fuji has a jam-packed pedigree of Champions and proven producers, she herself is a proven producer of superior quality offspring (photos included). Fuji was 2005 West Coast High Score mare with the Oldenburg Registry and is also approved Hanoverian (Her Hanoverian offspring do not have to attend an inspection). An excellent and easy mother who passes her correct and phenomenal movement along with her loving temperament.
Fuji has a versatile pedigree, her sire, Fuerst Gotthard, a Grand Prix jumper gave her correct and fancy movement. Sire, Fuerst Gotthard, an international jumper, known for his disposition, rideability and excellent movement. As a three-year-old, just two months under saddle, Fuerst Gotthard was named Show Champion Stallion at both the West Coast Sporthorse Classic and the LA Equestrian Center futurity. At his Oldenburg licensing Fuerst Gotthard scored 8’s for correctness of gates, swing & elasticity, overall impression and development, hindquarter, frame, breed & sex type. Later that year he became reserve champion of his 100 day test with the high score of 132.24. receiving 9,s for ability to work, general jumping ability and cross country; an 8 average for walk, trot, canter, and 8’s for willingness to work and rideability. As a 4 year old, ridden by Volker Ehlers, Fuerst Gotthard received the unusual high score of 84% in a first level dressage test.
Low to mid fives
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