2007, 16.3, Hanoverian gelding.
Vancouver has quite the resume already at a young age. Fast and careful, Vancouver has garnered multiple wins and top ribbons in various 1.35m Classics to 1.40m Grand Prixs, and is showing great potential to become a serious competitor over 1.50m courses. He is the ideal candidate for a junior’s Young Rider competition horse, or a professional’s Grand Prix partner.
2012, 16.3+ gelding. By Canaletto.
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Very tall and handsome, flashy movements and scope, soft mouth and comfortable gaits, and very brave. Chipotle is currently coursing and will begin showing soon. He shows great potential for the jumper arena in the future!
2011, 16.2 gelding. Very brave, a big stride, and showing a lot of scope with potential for the big jumper classes in the future. Savu has been showing in the 5-year-old jumpers with consistent clear rounds and class wins. He has experience in regular 1.20 jumper classes as well, and navigates technicality with ease and interest. A super prospect for someone looking for a young horse with great potential for the Grand Prix arena.
2011, 16.3 mare. Very careful and fast. Has been showing all of 2016 in the 5-year-old jumpers with consistent clear rounds and top-of-the-class ribbons. Sixth place finish in the Young Jumper Championships, Western League, held at Showpark this August.
2009 KWPN mare. Brave, careful, and fast! Eureka is currently competing in the 7-year-old jumpers, and is suitable for either a junior or amateur to ride in the 1.35m.
[PC Sara Jorgensen | Michelle Parker and Eureka; 2016]
2009, beautiful young jumper, well-suited for a junior or amateur. Currently competing successfully in the young jumper classes. Ready to move up in the ranks as a jumper, or can make a “multi-ring” horse.
2008 Holsteiner mare. 17.0 hands. A super competitor for the high junior/a-o jumpers with 1.50meter potential. Very straight-forward and honest, scopey, and competitive. Ideal Young Rider teammate or Grand Prix prospect.
[PC : Sara Jorgensen | Michelle Parker and Doriena; 2016]