The quality of Isis breeding is exceptional. Isis' Dam, Oxana MLF not only is a 4th generation Ster mare and the keuring champion but she received a 1st Premie as did her dam, and the dams for two dam line generations before that.
Oxana's Dam "Cassie" was the Champion mare of North America in 1995. Oxana's sire "Pyr" was the 5 times US National Champion Stallion.
Isis' Sire, Victor has all four Preferent grandparents, he is the half-brother to the approved stallion, Anton! By the incredible stallion Oege (pref). One of the few Oege sons left, you can see a Video of this amazing stallion at http://www.mulberrylanefarms .
Wessel (Pref) (Jarich x Mary, Model +Pref )
Jane's Sire, Goffert 369, was one of the most successful Friesian stallions in the dressage arena. He competed at Grand Prix with Belinda Nairn-Wertman until his death in 2007. During his dressage career Goffert achieved numerous Grand Prix scores over 60%. Highlights included 1st place in the Grand Prix Freestyle at the Kentucky Horse Park with a score of 74.1% and he placed 4th in the Grand Prix Freestyle at Dressage at Devon CDI-W with a score of 69.5%
In 2006 Goffert was honored by being made the Breyer Friesian Horse of the Year with a new model sculpted in his image. His offspring are consistently recognized as suitable for dressage and in 2007, 15 were awarded 1st or 2nd premie by FHANA. See more pictures and information on the website of Iron Springs Farm.
Jane's dam is the Ster mare Imkje Fan'e Klokslag her sire was Tsjerk 328 an extremely successful stallion who sired an amazing four approved sons (Maiko 373, Andries 415, Hinne 427 and Loadewyk 431).
Jane is a gentle, loving mare with excellent movement we are excited to see the foals that she can produce.
Reitse (Sport + Pref)
(Hotse X Aef Model + Pref)
Pictures of Jane and pictures of her in training as a three year old with less than 60 days under saddle - click to enlarge:
Tessa's sire was Roelof V, he was awarded 1st premie both as a colt and as a mature stallion. Her grandsire, the infamous Bendert. Bendert was one of the most popular Friesian stallions in the U.S. he was seen by many in California and has been given some credit for the popularity that Friesians currently enjoy here. Tessa's dam was the imported mare Nietske V, out of Obe and Zenna.
Tamarack Tessa - Purebred Friesian Broodmare
ROELOF V X NIETSKE V
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Amira is a lovely modern (lighter) type Friesian filly, with very nice gaits and an attractive head. She is out of Anne sport (video link) and a Wicher mare. Approved on his offspring in 2000, Anne is known for producing a horses with beautiful heads, great extension, strong impulsion and a fantastic trot. Anne has been a top breeding stallion in The Netherlands and North America. Her dam was out of Wicher the 1996 FPS world Champion Friesian stallion. Amira was trained to ride and three and our trainer found her very sensible and easy to work with.
Cabachon is the half sister to Amira and they are also closely related through the dam line. She is a modern (lighter) Friesian with lovely expressive gaits. She is out of Anne (video link) and a Warn mare. Approved on his offspring in 2000, Anne is known for producing horses with beautiful heads, great extension, strong impulsion and a fantastic trot. Anne has been a top breeding stallion in The Netherlands and North America.Cabachon has been trained to ride and was our trainers favorite Friesian mare, she is very forward and intelligent. She had her first foal in 2013, a lovely colt pictured here.
Indi is a very forward moving, energetic mare that has lovely gaits and a sweet personality. She is out of the amazing, popular stallion Wander (link to video) He has won Grand Champion several times at the annual inspection at Pomona, Ca and in Reno, Nevada and has appeared in many exhibitions, parades and Extravaganzas. He is known for his excellent conformation and fluid movement, especially his balance and strength from the rear. He is also known for his flowing mane and tail. Born in the USA Wander has a son Doaitsen 420. Doaitsen was one of the most popular breeding stallions in the Netherlands, became reserve champion there in 2009 and is currently standing back in MI. Doaitsen has produced two qualified breeding stallion sons so far. Indi's dam, Imkje (ster) is out of Tsjerk 328 and a ster mare Richt Fan Walta. Indi was started in riding as a three year old and she is a fast learner and very sweet mare, she had her first foal in 2014 a lovely filly - we couldn't be happier.
Tineke's Flare - Purebred Friesian broodmare
Krammer X Tineke
Fimke fan de Prakykskoalle
Reitse 372, Pref
Hannah of Hillview
Ymkje fan Kenettas
Anne 340 Sport
Mefrou, Pref, Model
Hearke 254, Pref
Teatske ut e Mieden
Flare is a very gentle and tall mare with a more "modern" or lighter Friesian build. She was trained to ride as a four year old and our trainer found her very easy to work with and to have an excellent work ethic with an easy going "can do" attitude. Flare is out of our broodmare Tineke and Krammer, now deceased who was out of Anne. Anne is known for producing horses with beautiful heads, great extension, strong impulsion and a fantastic trot. Anne has been a top breeding stallion in the Netherlands and in North America. Tineke's sire Warn 335 was standing in the U.S. but has since been exported to the Netherlands. He was a 1st premie stallion and his dam, Mefrou produced daughters that won several championships.
Flare's first foal was a very people oriented filly and the following foal was an extremely tall colt, pictured here.
Richt fan Walta (ster)
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Julianna's sire was Sipke 450. He stood at the FC Stallion Station from 2009 to 2011. After 3 breeding seasons in the US the VanderPloeg family sold him and his new owners brought him to the Netherlands. Sipke is a beautiful stallion with an exceptional temperament. In his stallion report published by the KFPS Sipke is described as “a handsome breed typical stallion with a beautifully closed top line.” His calm attitude coupled with his intelligence and willingness make him a pleasure to work with. In 2013 he achieved the Sport predicate at Z2 level with rider Nienke Schrale.
Julianna's maternal sire is Wander He has won Grand Champion several times at the annual inspection at Pomona, Ca and in Reno, Nevada and has appeared in many exhibitions, parades and Extravaganzas. He is known for his excellent conformation and fluid movement, especially his balance and strength from the rear.
Julianna is a pleasure to work with she is very forward moving mare with excellent gaits. We are very excited to have her she is a joy to be around.
We are very happy with our purchase of this mare, Takara she has an outstanding pedigree on both sides. Her sire is Nanning, now deceased who was from some of the best bloodlines that the Friesian breed has to offer. His sire, the legendary Teunis. His dam, Sierda Ster Preferent mare is descended from great Preferent stallion Feitse. Nanning stems from the oldest Friesian mare line, stam 2. Nanning 374 has been judged first premium in every competition or inspection in which he has participated. He won the Champion ribbon in his category at the 2002 Stallion Inspection in The Netherlands.
Takara's dam, Tjitske ster, was sired by Brandus who became World Champion in 1997 and 1998. He competed at ZZ level Dressage with paces which are naturally elevated with free floating movements. Two of his son's Rindert 406, he is competing at ZZ level and Tsjabring 429 is also competing at Intermediaire level 1 and Grand St George. Brandus has sired four approved Stallions, Rindert 406, Tjeske 387, Brend 413 and Tsjabring 429. At present Brandus has the most offspring to be competing in the Dressage World.
Farrah is a lovely very forward moving Friesian mare, with very expressive gaits. She is out of Sibald who is best well known for stunning driving exhibitions at friesian events over the U.S. See video link. He is know for having offspring with excellent temperaments. Here is a quote from Legacy Friesians " we at Legacy Friesians have been VERY impressed with geldings by Sibald 380 that we have imported & foals that we have bred! We think Sibald 380 is the best kept secret in America. Top Friesian trainer Sylvia Lindstrom of Sweden also loves Sibald 380 offspring for dressage".
Farrah's dam, Hanne Van Sanne was a first premie, ster mare who was imported from Holland in 2008.
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