Clair de Lune SE offspring rock at Fairhill and Woodside last weekend!

Clair de Lune SE youngsters rocked last weekend at Fairhill International and Woodside!!! Erin Sylvester and Morning Glorying SE, (Bambi) 7, were second in Bambi’s first Intermediate! Alexis Helffrich and Creme de la Creme SE, 7, were 6th in Creme’s very first Intermediate as well! Joa Sigsbee and Cosimo SE, 9, won their first Prelim together at Fairhill!! Joe Bowersox debuted Milagro SE, 7, and finished 4th on his dressage score at their very first horse trial together!! Alexis Helffrich and Zathalida SE (dam of Creme de la Creme SE) finished 5th on her dressage score at the Woodside Challenge after being off for 2 years from an injury!! We are proud of our horses, partners and their sire, Clair de LuneSE for producing such athletic offspring!!
We are still collecting and shipping fresh cooled semen and offering a $500 discount for a last minute breeding!!

A Superstar in the making: Clair de Lune SE has another son in the upper levels of eventing!!!

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Clair de Lune SE has another youngster on his way to competing at the upper levels of Eventing!!! His son out of our “elite” BWP mare, Piktorial (Pikadero), just finished his first Intermediate at MCTA!! Mi Campeón SE , ( aka Rascal), 7, and partner Taryn Nolte are an amazing team!! We are super excited for their future together!! Congrats Taryn on a job well done!!!

Clair de Lune SE youngsters start off the year with a bang!!


Clair de Lune SE youngsters start the year with a bang!!!! Congrats to partner Alexis Helffrich on a 2nd and 4th place on Creme de la Creme SE and Conquistador SE at Fresno last weekend! 
We are still accepting contracts for fresh cooled semen breeding contracts. Clair de lune SE is rated the USEF #6 leading eventing sire for 2018! PM me to receive a $500 coupon discount for a 2019 breeding!

The high point BWP stud colt sired by Clair de Lune SE has sold to California!!

Sir Cristiano SE (Clair de Lune SE X “elite” mare Piktorial) has sold to northern California and will be campaigned by a professional for upper level eventing.  He is the sibling to the #1 North American bred YEH for 2017, Mi Campeon SE.  Embryo’s out of our “elite” Pikadero mare, Piktorial,  x Clair de Lune SE  will be available for sale in Spring 2019. Her embryo’s are highly coveted, as she has produced 9 offspring excelling both in eventing and showjumping diciplines. These include a 1.60, and  1.50 jumper, a 2** gelding, the #1 YEH for 2017, a 5 yr old young jumper finals Champion, and  numerous high scoring FEH champions (above 80% score).

A superstar in the making and Clair de Lune SE gets the credit!! Creme de la Creme SE is qualified for his first 1*!!

Our Clair de Lune SE son, Creme de la Creme SE, 6, and partner Alexis Helffrich. Creme and Alexis were 1st after dressage with a 26.9 score, double clear in Stadium, and finished 3rd overall with 4 time faults in XC at his 2nd Preliminary event ever at Rebecca Farm last weekend. It was a HUGE and very competitive class of 33!!! Creme was a FEH Champion as a youngster with a 89.89% score!

Two Clair de Lune SE weanlings win BWP high point and reserve!!

2018 BWP Keuring in Newberg, Oregon. We are proud to be a part of the #1 breed registry in the world!! Yesterdays’s results once again showed that Clair de Lune SE’s foals had top consistant scores in the 80’s and that he is producing “modern type” foals with “correct legs”, “good conformation” and good gaits.
Our Pikadero mare, Piktorial, was awarded her “elite” status after producing 9 foals, all doing excellent in sport: including 2 approved stallions, 2 1.50 mares, a 2** gelding, the #1 North American bred YEH for 2017, a 5 yr old Young Jumper Finals Champion, and numerous FEH and YEH Champions! It was wonderful to see Chris Sallee and Boudewijn Schepers again and are excited to present our Darco son, out of Elegance B and conceived via the ICSI process, for approvals next year.

Our For Pleasure/Darco mare, For His Glory SE wins her first Grand Prix with Taryn Nolte in the irons!!

 

Taryn Nolte impresses at the 47th annual PJA Jumper Show

The $24,975.00 PJA Grand Prix was the featured event of the 47th annual PJA Jumper Show. The three day one ring all jumper show was held at the beautiful Swan Lake Stables show grounds just outside historic Gettysburg, Pa. As the temperatures reached 90 degrees, management waived jackets so the riders could comfortably negotiate the Skip Bailey designed course.

The course consisted of 13 numbered fences with three double combinations resulting in 16 jumping efforts, with broken lines and roll back turns, 10 horses of the original 27 were able to proceed to the jump off.

First to return was Manuel Torres on Christofolini, however an early miscommunication resulted in elimination. Next to go was Calisto 26 with Candice King riding and she finished with a 4 fault round in a time of 43.968. Sulu Rose-Reed was next in the ring riding Denali and jumped a fast clean round in a time of 43.340 to take the early lead. Alex Matz returned on the first of his two mounts riding Payback and finished just off the pace, with a clean round in a time of 43.349. Next to challenge was Jennifer Brennan aboard Mac and they went clear in a time of 43.665.

Lucy Matz was next to go aboard Cardella and had a great time of 41.308 but unfortunately with 4 faults. Talks Cheap and Grace Long were next in the order and jumped a clear round in 46.370. Moving up in the order, to give Alex more time for his second ride, was Taryn Nolte aboard For His Glory SE and they blazed the course with a clear ride in the new leading time of 41.523. Back on his second ride Cashew CR was Alex Matz putting in a real challenge but finished just off the pace with a clear round in a time of 42.212. Last to return was Amanda Forte aboard MHS Automatic and recorded the fastest time of the day but with 8 faults.

Taryn said that this was the second Grand Prix for For His Glory SE (For Pleasure X Darco) and she was over whelmed with excitement.