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Thursday, October 28, 2010

2011 Breeding Information

Avebury WF

It is that time of year! Are you thinking of breeding your mare next year? We are doing the final revisions of the 2011 Stallion Service Contracts but wanted to let everyone know the Breeding Fees and Early Booking Discounts!

The 2011 Stud fees (fresh) are as follows:
Avebury WF $1200
Waldaire $1500
Wizard WF $800.
All breeding fees include the $200 Booking Fee and a LFG.

A Super Saver Early Booking Discount (-30%) will apply if contracts and fees are paid by 12/1/10.

The Early Booking Discount (-15%) applies to all contracts and fees paid by 1/15/11.

We will be offering a Deep Frozen Discount closer to the Holiday Season so stay tuned if you are interested in purchasing a supply of Dressage Royal, Adamant, Again & Again or Showtime WF to fill your tank for future use! This is a one time event and will not be offered again.

Again and Again

Wizard WF


Dressage Royal

Showtime WF


If you are looking for a more immediate solution to a horseless situation, we have several wonderful young prospects for sale at this time. There are also a number of mares and geldings under the age of 6 with plenty of undersaddle training ready to trot into the show arena. All of these horses have an individual webpage on and we are always happy to discuss their current level of training and experience. For instance, there are 2 full siblings to Wizard WF - a mare and a gelding! So if you like Wizard - check out Wakanda and Whodini! If chestnut is not your favorite color - there is the handsome Wall Street in his fancy black jacket - hubba hubba, he's a looker! Oh and if you like a horse with flashy markings - check out Wyncote! He has plenty of white and show ring presence to capture the judge's attention! Wilson and Wallace are beautiful dark bays with the classic wide spaced eyes, sculpted ears and refined muzzles...what's not to love about that?

It goes without saying that we are very proud of our horses and their potential in both sport and breeding. We have assiduously attended to a standard trimming schedule for all the youngsters, along with regular worming, vaccination and handling. The riding horses are all professionally started and their early training is not discipline specific - they all learn to trail ride, jump and have a natural flying change. So while we tend to focus on FEI dressage, several of the young horses would do very well in the A Hunters or Eventing depending on their way of going and temperament. With several generations of breeding invested in each youngster, there is a lovely sense of "who" each young horse is and the area of sport that best suits their nature.

If you are in the area and interested in learning more about any of the horses, please call Anne to set up an appointment (484) 880-0779 or email

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