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Ghalewind at Stone Tavern Breed Show



Hanoverian Mare  
sire   Gold Luck      
dam   Piper (Pablo/Weltmeyer/Don Camillo/Widerhall)
Color: Chestnut   Date of Birth:   May 18 2003

Suitability: Dressage, Breeding
Video:     Markings:  Blaze, 4 stockings 
Breeder: Rolling Stone Farm Owner: Lauren Wade, OH

"Ghale" is a chestnut filly with a blaze and four stockings. Her father's daughter. Excellent conformation, tall and spectacular movement. 

SOLD! Congratulations to Kris Schuler, Fleetwood, PA!

Show Results

As of August 31, 2011, Lauren and Ghalewind:
2nd place First Level Freestyle American Hanoverian Society
3rd place Training Level AA American Hanoverian Society
12th place First Level Freestyle - USDF
14th place Training Level Open American Hanoverian Society
19th place Training Level AA USDF
93rd place Training Level HOY - USDF

At the Stone Tavern Dressage Sport Horse Breeding Show at the Horse Park of New Jersey, Allentown, NJ on August 31, 2006, Ghale won the 3yo fillies class with a 74.7%. Ghenoa was second. Then in the Hanoverian class they flip flopped and Ghenoa got a 74.7% and Ghalewind had a 74.3% beating the 3rd place - a 10yo World Cup I stallion.
Ghale was 2nd in her 3 yo filly class at Dressage at Lexington on July 14, 2006 with a 74.3%. She was very good in the Championship ring too, but maybe next time we will qualify.

2005 Dressage at Devon, Ghale was fifth in the two-year-old fillies class and finished 2005 as 14th overall in the USDF HOY DSHB.

Owner Comments


Hello! My name is Lauren Wade and I wanted to let you know that I recently purchased Ghalewind (now called Tempi or the Tempest as her mood decides) from Kris Schuler.

We had a rough start together, but now we seem to be in the swing of things. She has at least tentatively decided that being a show horse is a good thing...she still doesn't believe that she doesn't get to stand in the field with a pretty foal at her side all the time.

She has been to five recognized shows this summer and is qualified for region 2 finals at Training level, First level, and in a First level Freestyle!! I would have been thrilled just to make it down center line a couple of times!! Nancy Lewis-Stanton and Kris Schuler assured me that we would do much better than that and they were RIGHT!

We did compete against her big brother Ghlenlievit in the Freestyle at Grand Haven a few weeks ago. The "old man" schooled his little sister on how it is done...maybe we will get him next time!

Take care,
Lauren Wade ... and Tempi

April 2006 Ghale is doing great well. I just started FJ her and she seems to like it a lot. Still learning though and jumping small fences! But she has a much more definite "kick out" with the hind legs than Glissy. She is also doing really well with her other lessons. I will start her in the fall. She looks to be about 3 inches taller than Glissy, but I haven't sticked her lately. That would put her around 16.3 to 17 hh. That's all for now! Good luck with the coming foals! Kris Edgewood Meadow Farm - - - - - - - - - - Hi Mo! 2005 Dressage at Devon results! Ghale got a fifth in the two-year-old fillies class and cheers from the crowd! Very cool! Kris

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