Kadon Park Bewilder
BORN 29th September 2019
SOLD! To Catherine Murphy, dressage and eventing rider from VIC
Sired by Byalee Briar out of AEA Miami. An ENORMOUS, FRIENDLY big moving bay filly, with the added bonus of exceptional Grand prix dressage bloodlines on BOTH sides of the pedigree. Both the sire and the dams sire are renouned for passing on exceptional temperament to their offspring. This filly is sure to please. Expected to mature 16.3hh
BYALEE BRIAR (IMP) Swedish warmblood, won a bronze medal from Dressage NSW for his achievements at medium level in 2013/2014 and qualified for the National Dressage Championships at advanced level with an average of 65%. He is now schooling in piaffe and passage and tempi changes. So quiet he can be campaigned by a teenage pony clubber, and his babies are friendly with great conformation and amazing movement. He jumps, practises polocrosse, and rides out like a gelding babysitting the young horses.
BJORSELLS BRIAR 899 was for 7 years a legend, the world’s number one dressage breeding stallion!
Participated in three Olympic Games
National championships in 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2005. He holds the record for most won national championships in dressage, a total of 7 gold.
European Championship individual silver 2003 European Championship bronze in both individual and team in 2005.
The winner in the unofficial World Cup Dressage Championships in Aachen in 2005.
World Cup winner in the Globe in 2002, 2003, 2005 and 2006 and in Neumunster in 2006 and the Scandinavium in 2007.
First in the FEI world ranking, ten consecutive months (2007).
1 on the FEI rankings for dressage stallions for 10 consecutive years.
Named Horse of the Year at the Equestrian Gala 2006
Qualified for and made eight World Cup finals
BERNSTEIN 761 won his Stallion Performance Test in Sweden, receiving 9s for his trot and canter. He was stallion of the year in Sweden and sire of many approved stallions, with offspring competing in Grand Prix in Europe and the United States. Bernstein 761, along with his sons, Bayron, Bolero, and Ravel, as well as Bernstein's great-grandsire, Chagall 455, are all found in the top 11 of the BLUP index.
AEA METALLIC (IMP) Has proven himself to be an inspiration for the dressage sport in Australia as a top class performer as well as the sire of some of the most outstanding moving foals ever bred in this country.
Since his arrival in October 2005 Metallic’s performance has grown from strength to strength and has had his first start at Prix St George at the age of 6 years old. AEA Metallic is on the Victorian A dressage squad scoring above 70% with Dirk Dijkstra at Grand Prix level and was CDN Grand Prix champion at Boneo CDI earlier this year!
Metall’s dam is by the legendary G Ramiro who bred not only jumpers but also international dressage horses.
AEA Metallic’s dam is by Gabor who was approved in 1991 with nines for behavior and trainability and eights for temperament and canter.
STIRLING LUTHER was Champion Warmblood Stallion at the Royal Melbourne Show in 1988. Out of twelve starts, he achieved what was believed at the time to be an Australian record of 185 dressage points, grading him at Advanced level dressage within two years. He is a full brother to horses such as Stirling Liberty, Stirling Lukas and Stirling Lilac. Stirling Luther was competing at FEI dressage before an accident retired him to stud.
Grandsire of VALEGRO. Current #1 on FEI dressage rankings. Double world champion and current world record holder.
Sire of GLOCKS UNDERCOVER currently #3 on FEI dressage ranking
Grandsire of UTHOPIA. Gold medal winner at 2012 olympics
Grandsire of ARLANDO. currently #13 on FEI dressage rankings
Olympic Ferro competed at the 2000 Olympics and assisted his team in achieving a team silver medal, with an individual score of 74.92%. He also won team silver at the 1998 World Equestrian Games, 1999 European Championships and in 2000 he placed second in the World Cup Finals As a three-year-old he was champion of his performance test at Ermelo.
His sire Ulft, (grandsire of Parzival who achieved silver at the London olympic games) is a son of the great Le Mexico, who is listed 10th on the jumping index with 142 points. Ferro's dam, Brenda, is a daughter of the Holsteiner, Farn, who is listed sixth on the jumping index with 146 points. Farn's son Nimmerdor, is listed second on the jumping index with 155 points. In addition to their dressage excellence, Olympic Ferro's offspring also make good jumpers. Olympic Ferro is currently ranked 7th on the WBNFSH World Stallion Rankings for dressage, and has previously been ranked first.
LUDENDORF is to this day the only stallion in the world to be elite listed for international representation in both eventing and dressage AT THE SAME TIME! He has sired top level performers in all three olympic disciplines.
Byalee Briar. sourced from
Bjorsells Briar 899. sourced from
Bernstein 761. sourced from
AEA Metallic. sourced from http://equestrian.cyberhorse.com.au/