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In This Issue:
Testimonials for WarmbloodStallionsNA.com
New Stallion Story: Schroeder
"Not Dead Yet" by Scot Tolman
Recently Imported: Dressage Stallion, Jumper Stallion
Foundation Friday Sires: Caletto II, Landgraf I
theHorse.com: 5 Types of Elective Reproductive Surgery in Mares
theHorse.com: Ultrasound the First Phalange to Assess Fetal Growth
KWPN-NA Silent Auction Has Started!
Dressage at Devon - Save the Date!
Testimonials for WarmbloodStallionsNA.com
Thinking about whether to advertise your stallion on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com? Consider what our current advertisers and mare owners have to say—

"Thank you so much. I have truly enjoyed partnering with you, and WSNA is the only publication I chose to use for the last 10 years. I wish you all the best, and thank you again."
Ahna Phelps, after 10 years of advertising with WSNA, when her stallion, Amazing, retired this year

"Warmblood Stallions of N.A. ticks all of the boxes. ... If you own and stand a sport horse stallion, it is the place to be seen."
Kathy St. Martin, Avalon Equine, longtime advertiser with WSNA

"Thanks again for doing such a great job of the North American stallion directory [WarmbloodStallionsNA.com]. I really think that you are providing a wonderful service to stallion owners (and mare owners like myself), allowing them to reach such a wide audience 'paperless!'"
Mare owner Vicki McKague, Affluent Farms, Ontario

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New Stallion Story: Schroeder!
From the day Kathy Hickerson laid eyes on Schroeder as a 2.5-year-old at the Verden auction, she knew she had to bring him home to Majestic Gaits. Find out why in our new Stallion Story about Schroeder!

Photo: Kathy and Schroeder in Verden on Auction day.

Click here to read Schroeder's Stallion Story.
4 Successful Offspring by Sea Lion xx
Great reports are coming in from the owners of foals by Sea Lion xx (Sea Salute xx x Caveat xx), whose oldest foal is just 9. Pam Fisher, Sea Lion’s owner, extends special congratulations to the four featured here: Northern Quest Blue Sea, SRF Fair Sea, TGS Lion’s Sunshine, and Sea Lioness!

Read about them here.
A new article by Scot Tolman, on WarmbloodBreeding.com
Not Dead Yet
Scot's new article on WarmbloodBreeding.com, "Not Dead Yet," will make you smile, and just might make you cry. It's one of his most powerful pieces, one to read and remember.

Introducing 2 Newly Imported Stallions: a Dressage Sire and a Jumper Sire
PF's Galant du Mesnil

New Jumper Talent

Ryan Pedigo Sport Horses is thrilled to bring PF's Galant du Mesnil to the US. The 2016 stallion with an Olympic pedigree - Cornet Obolensky x Baloubet du Rouet - arrived this month. "Galant is a first-class young sire whose performance and pedigree speak for themselves. During his licensing in Germany, Galant wowed and impressed the judges with his outstanding scope, technique, style, athleticism, rideability, movement, temperament, good looks and overall impression. We are thrilled to welcome this young super star to our stallion line up."

Read more about PF's Galant du Mesnil here.

New Dressage Talent

Feinrich is the recently imported sire of SIX licensed stallions to date. Owned by David Burke, he stands at Pangaea Farms in Canada.

A 2013 Oldenburg, Feinrich’s breeding is very special. Through his sire Fürst Heinrich, the paternal line of the great Furioso II is combined with that of probably the most important mare in modern Oldenburg breeding history, El.St. Gesina.

Read more about Feinrich - click here.
Foundation Fridays
Recent Foundation Sires Featured on WarmbloodBreeding.com
We've been posting Foundation Fridays on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com since 2018. Every other Friday we feature a foundation sire - one who has been influential in the development of warmblood breeds. We're pulling from the incredible archive of The Horse Magazine, published by Chris Hector of Australia. Thank you, Chris, for permission to draw on your expertise!

In each of these articles, we introduce a Foundation Sire, and we also include links to stallions with his bloodlines who are on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com.

Click on the following links to read about our most recent Foundation Sire and his stallion descendants:

with North American stallion descendants:

with these stallion descendants in North America:
Click here for more. Enjoy this look into past sires whose influence extends to North America through their sons and grandsons!
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Knowledge Base
theHorse: 5 Types of Elective Reproductive Surgery in Mares
theHorse.com, always a great source of new science that can inform breeders, has just published an article on surgery options that might help your mare conceive.

Find the link here.
theHorse: Ultrasound the First Phalange to Assess Fetal Growth
A new article on theHorse.com explains how to use ultrasound to assess fetal bone maturation of the first phalanx (P1), an innovative way to estimate fetus development late in pregnancy.

Read about the article here.
Event News
KWPN-NA Silent Auction has Started!

April 22 through May 1
Many terrific items are available for bidding, including breedings to several KWPN stallions, farm tours to exceptional facilities, dressage lessons, feed, clothing and tack, and much more - even a stallion advertising package on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com!

Event News
Save the Date!
Dressage at Devon Returns Sept. 27–Oct. 2, 2022
The highly anticipated annual Dressage at Devon festival will be returning September 27th and running through October 2nd, 2022 at the historic Devon show grounds. A USEF Heritage Competition, DAD will welcome back world-class international dressage competitors to the prestigious performance divisions and the largest open breed show in the world.

Read the details here.
Co-Editors: Anna Goebel and Nat Masin
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