Ramses is a "Modern" or more refined type of Friesian stallion standing at 16.2h. He was the highest scoring colt at his keuring, awarded 2nd Premie.
Scored 8' for Quality & Conformation, 8's for Breed Type, and 8' for Overall Impression and Development.
13 Preferent Ancestors in his Five generation pedigree with 93% of the mares awarded ster, model, or preferent.
Sire is the imported approved stallion "Laes" Grand Champion of the 50 Day Stallion Test in Texas in 1997. Laes has Star, Model scored mares and one approved Son on the ground.
Dam is the imported mare "Tinka" she was the Champion mare at her Mare Performance test in Europe when she was awarded Ster status.
Ramses is charismatic, eager to have a job to do, easy to train and work with, a gentle personality that's hard to find in a stallion. He is a working stallion he drives and rides Western and English. Ramses has received traiining with Rubin of Westerndressage.com. See pictures below.
Ramses at liberty and in training with the Western Dressage specialist Ruben Villaseñor
Ramses is a sanctioned stallion with the Friesian Blood Horse Registry.
DNA has become the industry standard for all credible registries. Some show circuits, such as International Friesian Show Horse Association (IFSHA), require DNA before you can show. It is important to know that there is no test to determine if a horse is of a particular breed. Therefore, comparing DNA from an offspring to its parent(s) is the only valid way to determine ancestry. Ramses' DNA test results are available for varification of his offspring.