Trussardi D progeny
Winning both the Open Medium tests at the Margaret River Series Final was Mr Copperfield (x Trussardi D x Jaybee Excellent) scoring 70% in the 4B and 68.462% in the 4C. The 7 yo chestnut gelding is ridden/owned by Rachel Brennen and was bred by Donna Davis.
Golden Rock progeny
BP Neverland by Dynamik’s Golden Rock has had a very successful month in the show horse scene. The 6 yo gelding is owned by Serena Smith, ridden by Codie Lambert and was bred by Broadwater Park.
2020 Western Stars - Grand National Qualifier Top 5 Child’s Show Hunter Galloway.
2020 EWA Horse of the Year
Winner of Smartest on Parade, Small Show Hunter Galloway, Runner Up Small Child’s Show Hunter Galloway and carried his rider to Runner Up in her rider class.
Topping out the sire results for progeny that made the finals at the 2020 Bundeschampionate is Hesselteich’s Golden Dream represented by 7 young ponies. Two of his progeny won Gold and two won Silver.
Australian based Golden West NRW (x Hesselteich's Golden Dream) had 5 progeny make the finals with two Bronze medals. Golden West himself won Gold as a 3 and 4 yo and Silver as a 6 yo.
FS Numero Uno also had 5 progeny make the finals with a Gold and a Silver awarded. Progeny of FS Numero Uno are now figuring in the major results over the past few years with two Bronze medals in 2019, a Silver in 2018 and a Gold in 2017.
In 2019, Golden West was the sire of a Gold and Silver medal winner and a Gold medal winner in 2018. His sire Hesselteich’s Golden Dream was the sire of two silver medal winners in 2017 and Gold and Silver medal winners in 2014. In 2011 he sired both the Gold and Silver medal winners in the 3 yo mare/gelding class.
We are extremely lucky in Australia to have direct access to the bloodlines of these stallions with both Golden West NRW and Golden Rock both sired by Hesselteich’s Golden Dream.
FS Numero Uno is available through his FN Gold Medal son, Numerus Clausus. All three stallions were imported by Dynamik Stallions in Western Australia.
Golden West progeny
Progeny of Golden West achieved great success at the recent Westfalen Week with HBS Golden Mylight NRW taking out the Reserve Championship for 5 yo Dressage Ponies. Golden Mylight was the 4 yo Gold Medal Bundeschampionate winner as a 3 yo and Bronze as a 4 yo. The buckskin mare is out of a mare by Bavarottie.
Golden Showmann won 2nd Reserve in the 3yo mare/gelding Championship and has also now qualified for the Bundeschampionate. The palomino gelding is out of a mare by Noir de Luxe.
Also qualifying for the Bundeschampionate at Westfalen Week is the 4 yo buckskin gelding RSB Golden Schorschi who is out of a mare by the Dutch Riding Pony stallion Vitano.
The 2020 Bundeschampionate for German Young Horses and Ponies will be held over a 2 week period with the event split up for jumping and eventing horses on 26-30 August and dressage for horses and ponies on 2-6 September. Unfortunately no spectators or trade fair will be allowed but the event will be streamed live online.
Normally a specific number of qualifiers are held but this year this requirement has been dropped and states can host as many qualifiers as they want. Where borders are opened qualifiers can invite riders from other states.
Multiple progeny by Golden West NRW have gained successful qualifications including the 3 yo colts Golden Daim F (x Golden West x FS Coco Jambo), and Melli’s Gluckskeks (x Golden West x Golden Dancer) as well as the 4 yo gelding RSB Golden Schorschi (x Golden West x Vitano) and the 4 yo colt Golden Prince (x Golden West x Batida de Coco). Also gaining a great qualifying score of 8.7 was the 4 yo palomino gelding Gluckskeks 7 (x Golden West x FS Champion de Luxe) who was the 3 yo Gold Medal winner last year.
The 5 yo gelding Golden Ghost (x Golden West x Dressman I) has qualified as well as the 5 yo mare HBS My Golden Mylight NRW (x Golden West x Bavarottie) gaininga great score of 8.6 to win her 5 yo qualifier. She was a Gold Medal winner in her 3 yo class in 2018.
Numerus Clausus progeny
Fantastic results for progeny of Numerus Clausus on the Australian All Breeds Tour with 9 out of 10 foals presented achieving Elite (80% plus) scores as well as 3 “Goldene Fohlen” awards from the Westfalen Verband in Germany for foals of outstanding quality.
Since arriving in Australia in 2018 and with a very limited breeding season for that year and for the 2019 season, Numerus Clausus has now had a total of 12 foals inspected by international assessors for a total of 9 Elites and 2 Premiums (78% plus).
The 6 month old bay colt, Roylaine Nobiity received 80% for conformation and a huge 88.5% for movement giving him a total of 84.25%. Nobility is out of the Anglo Arabian mare Roylaine Miss Elegance (x Mithrandir xx X The Imperator). He is owned and bred by Tara Ryan.
The 4 month old chestnut colt Freemans Lodge Global received a score of 82.5% for conformation and 89% for movement, the highest movement score that assessor and FN Breed Judge Mr Frank Weisskirchen has awarded in the 3 years he has been assessing horses and ponies in Australia. He was subsequently awarded a Gold Foal award. He is out of the imported State Premium mare Hilkens Givenchy (x Driedimensional AT NRW x Cyriac WE).
The 3 month old chestnut ET filly Freemans Lodge Pippilotte also achieved an Elite score with 80% for conformation and 84.5% for her very correct movement giving her a total of 82.25%, as well as a Gold Foal award. She is out of the imported mare Freemans Lodge Divine Essence (x Classic Dancer x Bodyguard P).
Both foals are owned and were bred by Vicki Chidgey of Freemans Lodge Equestrian Centre.
The filly foal Glenhill Divine Classic achieved 79.5% for conformation and 81.5% for movement giving her a total of 80.5%. The chestnut filly is a full sister by ET to the highest scoring movement filly Freemans Lodge Pippilotte, being out of the imported GRP mare Freemans Lodge Divine Essence. She is owned by Christan Trainor of Glenhill Sporthorses.
Golden Rock progeny
Freemans Lodge Rocksette, a 5 yo GRP cross mare by Golden Rock won two 1st places at the March South Australian DA event. With the same judges as the Open section, she outscored all of the horses. She is owned and ridden by Keeley Menadue and was bred by Vicki Chidgey.
Golden West progeny
Bringing Golden West NRW's total of licensed sons to 12 is the stallion Petit Golden Glory who was licensed with the Holstein Verband in early 2020. He was bred by Petit Reitponys. Golden West NRW also has 5 State Premium daughters in Germany.
Trussardi D progeny
At the 2020 Victorian Youth Riders Championships, Rimondi D ridden by Tayla Anderson was awarded the Interschools Intermediate Preliminary Championship. The 7 yo chestnut gelding is owned by Neva Brunning.
Dynamik Stallions Assessment Results
Progeny of Dynamik Stallions were presented to international assessor and FN breed judge, Mr Frank Weisskirchen on the 2020 Australian All Breeds Tour with outstanding results of 6 out of 7 foals being awarded scores of 80% plus in Western Australia.
With an Elite score of 82.25%, the very pretty red dun filly Dynamik Gossip Girl (see For Sale page) was awarded a Golden Fohlen award by the Westfalen Verband. She is by the imported stallion Golden Rock and is the first foal from the GRP cross mare Delon Park Dream Catcher (x FS Don’t Worry). She scored 80% for her very correct conformation and 84.50% for her spectacular movement. Her dam was also approved into Studbook I for the Westfalen Verband.
The liver chestnut colt Dynamik Next Hero (sold) is by the imported GRP stallion Numerus Clausus and out of the Westfalen approved mare Leedale Leilani (x Don Philino WE). He scored 80.5% for conformation and 80% for movement with a total of 80.25%. He is the second Elite foal that Leilani has produced.
The liver chestnut filly Dynamik Nikita (sold) is also by Numerus Clausus and scored 80.25% with 79% for conformation and 81.5% for movement. She is out of the mare Angelic who is by Trussardi D. This super mare has now produced 3 foals for Dynamik Stallions, with all 3 scoring Elite.
Two foals owned and bred by Siri Spranz of Stella Equestrian, were assessed. The bay colt Night Dancer is by Numerus Clausus and out a mare by Escudo I. He gained an overall score of 78.5%. Siri’s second foal is the bay filly Notice Me also by Numerus Clausus. She is out of the top producing mare Foxwood Tiptoe (x Top Der Da) and scored 81.75% with 78.5% for conformation and 85% for her outstanding movement.
Another colt by Numerus Clausus colt owned and bred by Frances Woods is HP Number One who scored 84.5% with 81.5% for conformation and 87.5% for his very impressive movement. This colt is out of the warmblood mare San Charmher (x Sancisco).
The bay colt Diesel owned and bred by Dr Robert Davis and also by Numerus Clausus scored 80% for conformation and 80% for movement. He is out of the warmblood mare Vox Populi (x Regazzo).