Rolling Stone Farm I Whesterly
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Hanoverian Gelding  
sire   Wallstreet Kid      
dam   Gheneva (Gold Luck/Equuleus/Grundspecht)
Color: Bay   Date of Birth:   May 17 2002

Suitability: Dressage
Video:     Markings:  Blaze, LH sock 
Breeder: Rolling Stone Farm Owner: "R" judge and FEI rider Cindy Canace of NJ

Narrow blaze, LH sock. Correct, uphill conformation, super canter and carrying power. Well started under saddle. Unbelievable rideability for a young horse- perfect for an amateur rider. Likes to jump and has excellent form. 

Dam Gheneva is full sister to Ghloria and Ghable. She was Reserve Champion Young Mare at the Mid Atlantic Hanoverian Breeders Club mare show in 2000 and is showing in Florida now with her new owner. Wallstreet Kid is a well-bred stallion (his full sister produced Londonderry in Germany). He is ridden and trained by an amateur rider and has produced both dressage winners and hunters. Whesterly has an amazing ability to sit on his hindquarters and power off the ground well under his center of gravity.

Dr. Brockmann commented "Excellent canter! He is a sport horse type who really moves upwards with self carriage. Very elastic with lots of power in the hind quarter."

SOLD! Congratulations to "R" judge and FEI rider Cindy Canace of NJ on her new mount!

Show Results

Whesterly went to his first schooling show on 6/11. Here are the scores: (we did the Fix a Test, so the two scores from each test are averaged).
Tr 1 70.9091% & 68.1818% Average: 69.5454% second place behind a 6 year old Hanoverian by 5/10 %. Tr. 2 70.00% & 67.6923% Average: 68.8462% (he was getting a little tired!) We left before the placings, but I think he was probably second again to the same horse. What a star- he went in the ring like he'd been doing it forever. It was his second time off of the property and his first time in a dressage ring.

Rolling Stone Farm I Foals