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Woodleigh Wilkens Estate Sierra






Black and shiny with a real spring in her step, these photos don't do this mare justice.  This is the mare everyone looks at and says WOW! who is that?? She is so black she is almost purple and effortlessly floats on the grass, or shows off her skills at piaffe in the paddock.... becuase she can! This mare is also the friendliest mare I own, always after a cuddle and a face rub. ISSA registered


SWAROVSKI was  the first Reserve Champion of the 2006 Oldenburg licensing,    The potential of his gaits and rideability can only be defined as the ultimate. After becoming Champion of Dressage in his 2007 30 Day Performance Test in Neustadt Dosse, Swarovski took his 70-day test at the same venue in 2008, finishing third in a very strong field of competitors. In sport he won and placed with the best in tests for young riding horses. He also won many elementary (L) tests for young dressage horses, achieved high placings at medium level and is now trained up to advanced level. Because of his large first crop which contained a good number of premium and auction foals, the results of his performance tests and his record in sport, Swarovski was awarded the I-b main premium in the lot of stallions with emphasis on dressage at the Oldenburg Hengsttage 2008.


SANDRO HIT has produced numerous Grand Prix winners, including St. Emilion and Showtime (both ridden by Dorothee Schneider) up to Olympians. He has sired 11 winners of the German national championships. Sandro Hit was himself an amazing German national champion, World Champion of six-year-old dressage horses and trained up to Grand Prix. In the dressage WBFSH world ranking, Sandro Hit was placed fourth in 2015 and since then has made his way up to NUMBER 1.From 2010-2012, he won the "USEF/Performance Horse Registry Leading Sire Award" in the USA as the best dressage sire. 

SANDRO SONG started his career as the undisputed champion stallion at his 1990 approval, went on to finish his performance test with an outstanding total score of more than 130 points (dressage index: 133.11, jumping index: 124.55) and then proceeded to produce an awesome first crop. These achievements were rewarded in Oldenburg in 1992 where he received the Main Premium. He trained up to Grand Prix dressage

DON GREGORY successfully competed in dressage rings up to Grand Prix in his day, sired ten sons that were licensed, including the Oldenburg Champion Stallion, two-time Bundeschampion, dressage horse World Champion and advanced (S) level dressage ribbon winner, Don Davidoff, as well as the stallion performance winner Day Dream who won Grand Prix dressage classes. More than 550 of his offspring compete in sport and on record are more than 30 placings in advanced (S) dressage classes and five in advanced (S) level show jumping.



SIR OLDENBURG was an audience favourite where he passed his Köerung in Oldenburg in 2000.He was Premium stallion and placed third in the 30-day stallion performance test at Neustadt-Dosse with a rideability score of 9.0 being only 4 weeks under saddle. He was Statechampion of the three-year old stallions from Oldenburg in Rastede in 2001. In 2002  he earned reserve champion of the four-year old stallions in Rastede. He won the Bronze medal at the 2002 Bundeschampionate (Nationals) of four-year old stallions at Warendorf. In 2003 he qualified for the Bundeschampionate of 5 year old dressage horses in Warendorf. Sir Oldenburg qualified for the Bundeschampionate (National championships) for the 4th time in 2004. After a second place in the minor finale he achieved 12th place in the major finale as "best Oldenburg". Sir Oldenburg has won dressage tests at M-level with scores of up to 8.8

He is trained at Prix St Georges level. He has a breeding value index for dressage of 144 points, ranking him amongst the top five percent of the German dressage stallions. So many of his progeny are successful at grand prix dressage or 1.40 jumping

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