** Stallions**


Krusader stands at 16:3+hh.. Refined, athletic, kind and willing temper by Saxon out of Pfeffer by Abdullah. His TB blood gives him the elegance that displays his powerful, elastic movement. His athletic ability is especially obvious over fences, as seen here with Michael Hostelter. He has already brought home ribbons against rigorous competition. The Condus line gives him excellent gait's, freedom in the shoulder and hind legs that step energetically underneath the center of gravity. His pedigree is valuable to produce competition horses in either dressage, jumping or three-day eventing. For more information about Krusader click here.
Selling price: $100,000.00

Meet Maestro, playing in his pasture at six days of age. He is by Krusader out of Tortoin Porpoin, a thoroughbred mare. Michael Hostelter, his proud owner, is already making plans for his jumping career.


** Dressage **


Wilco is a horse lover's dream come true. He has incredible gait's, a natural self carriage that comes from correct conformation combined with athletic ability. Currently competing on East Coast at FEI Intermediare I and I-2. Finished 3rd in Olympic Qualifier in Florida at I-1 against very stiff competition. Recently won both I-1 and I-2 at Lexington, Virginia, USA Schooling Grand Prix.
Selling price: $150,000.00 - SOLD!

Wintersohn (Sunny) is a shimmering gray with black points. She has remarkable floating gaites that are seldom seen except at the very highest levels of dressage. They are elastic with breathtaking suspension. She is sensitive, sound, has good substance yet is refined and feminine. Her scores are usually in the 70's. Definite FEI potential.
Selling price: $45,000.00

Waldnymph this delightful mare is a full sister to the Grand Prix stallion Windwaltzer. She has the same gentle temper as her mother as well as exceptional gaits that come from both parents. This Saxon/Wonnedame daughter is wonderful blending of the talents of both her parents. She is well started in dressage and received impressive scores in Training Level Tests. At 5 years she stands at 16:3 hh, and produces large, gentle foals. Selling price: $50,000.00

Winterfest a purebred Trakehner gelding by Kantor II out of Wonnecelle by Saxon. This is a great horse in a small package. He has strong bone, a short back, and a powerful croup which bring his legs well under him for energetic hock action. His legs are straight with good angulation behind. From both his parents he received his excellent movement and temperament. He has received 74's in competition and now is showing 2nd level and schooling 3rd level. His half passes are correct and show his fluid movement. A very fancy horse for the not too tall person. (Photo: © 2005, Tass Jones Photography). For more information about Winterfest click here.

 


** Hunter/Jumpers **


Kabaret is a registered American Trakehner Association mare, stands on the stick at 16:2 1/2hh. She is put together beautifully and has kept all the flash that she promised in her juvenile years. She was foaled in April 1987, by Saxon out of Pfeffer (TB/TK) by Abdullah (Gold & Silver Medal, '84 Olympics). Her calm and willing temperament along with her super jumping ability entitle her to a show jumping career. She has been to numerous hunter/jumper shows and has excelled over the high fences. In July of 1997, she was Champion of the Jumper 11 Division at the Santa Barbara National Horse Show. She has speed and at the same time keeps her even temperament. This one has Grand Prix written all over her.
Selling price: $100,000.00- SOLD!

Partner is a 16:3hh Trakehner Grey gelding by Saxon out of Pfeffer by Abdullah.  He has excellent conformation and good bone for his size, yet is still refined and elegant.  He is well started in dressage and his three lovely gaits have either won or placed second in the eight dressage classes under three different judges.
    Partner is a full brother to Kabaret and shows many of the same fine qualities that have made her a successful competitor. He has been started over fences and has a real aptitude for jumping.  He canters down the line and his athletic ability and quiet, unflappable attitude makes it all seem so easy.
    Partner was bred and raised here at High Meadow in ideal conditions for a young horse to develop and naturally exercise.  His frame was not stressed early, as is the case with many sporthorses, and it is one of the reasons that High Meadow horses live long and sound lives.
    Partner is the ideal companion as well as competition horses for either a amateur or professional.  Come see him for yourself. For more information about  PARTNER click here. (Photo © Copyright, 2005, Tass Jones Photography.)
 
In the spring of 2005, Partner has competed in three dressage shows under three different judges. He has either placed first or second, and twice been high point of his division. SOLD!


Wiesbaden is a delightful purebred Trakehner foaled in 2003. Wiesbaden is by Hennessey and out of Wonneseele by Saxon. She is well started under saddle and loves the work. She is so easy to train that you almost think that she was born knowing all about carrying a rider. She is a dark steel grey, has a beautiful face, large eye and sculptured head. Wiesbaden is a full sister to Wunchliede, owned by Dr. Debra Bellingham. Debbie tells me that she is the delight of her life and the perfect horse in every way.
  Wiesbaden is the first to greet you at the gate in the morning. She is looking forward to her first dressage show this fall.

Winterfest began his competition career as a dressage horse, and he did very well, usually scoring 73 or 74 in recognized dressage shows. I decided to broaden his career options and started him over fences. It took him awhile to recognize the difference between a dressage line (never, ever, go over it), and a OK jump. He soon got the hang of it and his dressage exercises enhanced his flexibility, his collection and extensions and total athletic ability.
  Winterfest covers the ground like a big horse yet has the compactness to make the tight turns, his changes are right on and he is pure elastic between the jumps. Winterfest won the 3'3 at the Santa Barbara National Horse show and was Reserve Champion at the 3'6 with a 11 year old girl on board. He is totally sound and ready to go into the ring and win! Check out his video for both dressage and jumping,
click here: Seal-Loree-SBA or Seal-Haley-SBC National (WMV Format) .

  



** Youngsters **


These bloodlines are continuing on at High Meadow Ranch.  For youngsters come see us and enjoy the babies for yourself.






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