Can We Stop Saying Germany is Always Better?

I think I’m going to start a campaign to stop saying that German breeders are soooo much better than North American breeders. Here are some thoughts I just wrote, that came up as I was writing on a related topic for an article. I hope it jump-starts a conversation. What do you think? Is it time? more


Article: Interview with Hanoverian breeder Axel Windeler

Axel Windeler, breeder of the 5-year-old champion of the World Young Dressage Horse championships in Ermelo this year, Don Martillo, says he started out by making the exact same mistake many American breeders made when starting out with sport horse breeding: “I started breeding in 1977. I bought a riding horse, but she was not good, so I tried to breed…” more

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Hyperion Stud’s Farm Video

Hyperion Stud, LLC produced a lovely video of their farm, which was released this summer. The first in a series, this one introduces the guiding principles behind Hyperion. A beautiful farm, with stunning horses, Hyperion is well-filmed here, and the video is lovely to watch. more


Successful Stallions in the Young Horse Championships Day 2

We'd like to highlight the stallions in the ribbons in Friday's classes in the Markel/USEF Young & Developing Horse National Championships at the Lamplight Equestrian Center. We'd like to send special congratulations to Hilltop Farm and also to Patricia Becker and Dr. Anne Ramsay. Hilltop's well-known stallion Qredit (Quarterback-Dream Rubina, Dream of Glory) was ridden by Michael Bragdell, and Patty Becker rode Dr. Ramsay's home-bred Oldenburg stallion Freedom (Feuri-Windjammer, Walk on Top). The two shared second place in the Intermediate II test. For full results, including more stallions and more NA-breds, more


Introducing our New 3-Way Stallion Promotion Network

Warmblood Stallions of North America is introducing a whole new approach to stallion promotion. The new online advertising packages combine a variety of ad options across three online platforms. Called “forward-thinking” by one stallion owner, this innovative idea will become fully realized with the launch of the new in September, and WSNA is now accepting pre-launch purchases, so businesses can fully benefit from the launch promotions. Cost-effective packages are available for single stallions, farms with multiple stallions, and businesses with no stallion. more


Awarded Premium Foal at the 2009 AHHA approvals
Lillix WT was approved in 2012 with a score of 49. He scored 8 for jumping potential and an 8 for his pedigree. Lillix is by LioCalyon who has sired three approved sons. Lillix WT, Leapfrog (Oldenburg GOV) and Peterbilt (BWP elite stallion).

His sire LioCalyon competed successfully for a number of years before being retired to stud. He has proven himself to be a producer of successful sport horses.

Lillix’s dam Nelke I is by Coriander who competed at GP dressage with Wolfgang Schade. Coriander has produced 9 approved sons, 20 offspring competing at the advanced level dressage and higher and 25 offspring jumping at 1.40 m level and higher. Nelke produced WT Dragonfly (by LioCalyon) who is the 2014 Best American Bred Holsteiner mare for the AHHA, WT Fendi (by Limoncello II) who won the Riverson Memorial Award for high point AHHA foal, WT Exclusive (by LioCalyon) who scored 52 bonits at the 2015 AHHA inspections and in 2015 WT Halston (by Limoncello II) was a premium with 17 points, WT Harlowe (by Limoncello II) premium foal with 16 points, WT Lakota (by LioCalyon) 16 points.

Lillix WT is a beautiful mover, with great manners and will be showing in the Hunter arena in 2015.


Nelke I
Zoellnerin II
High Light I
Calypso II


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