Arissa:   This Starlight/Rubinstein daughter has only been to two shows (both USDF recognized) and has received top scores, winning the High Score Awards at both Training and First levels. She's such a kind girl and tries very hard to please. We'd like to keep her in competition, but have decided to give her a year off to produce her first foal. We will keep you posted on how it goes, but she will hopefully continue competing in 2015 and have a foal in 2016.

DeNantes:   This Donnerschwee/Grundstein daughter has shown successfully through fourth level in dressage. Her determination and work ethic make her a delight in competition. Although she has been sold, we're hoping to get a foal out of her in the future using embryo transfer.  We'll keep you posted.


Tantriste (Samarant/Feiner Stern)is developing well and showing tremendous talent both in dressage and over fences. Tantriste and her rider, Edith Taylor, have won at recognized competitions and is now taking time off to be a mom.  She presented us with a stunning Solos Landtinus filly in 2013. Tantriste has been sold and is continuing her career as a hunter/jumper.


 Tantriste has displayed nothing but the most wonderful character and gives her all for her rider. Edith has sadly passed away and it is with joy that we can report that she and Edith were an impressive team throughout Edith's rigorous chemo treatments, etc. This mare has a special spot in our hearts.


Innuendo (Marty):  One of our home bred favorites, is sired by the Dutch stallion Idocus and is out of the Elite Hannoverian mare, Mara, by Matrose, by Mannstein.  Idocus is also the sire of our 2010 colt, Idomeneus, out of our Elite, SPS mare, Aronja, by Rubinstein I. 



Marty is ridden and owned by Alysa Levine in Colorado and we are receiving lots of exciting news about this talented pair.  In 2007, Marty won almost all of his classes at first level and went on to win the USDF Region 5 first level championship.  He has won all of his classes but one (in which he came in second) and has qualified for the second level championship.  He ended the year as number three in USDF Horse of the Year awards for GOV horses.

Alysa has taken a year off to have a child and now she and Marty are back in training with Uwe Steiner and will be in Florida this winterl


Marty with his rider, Alysa Levine, and her coach, Sarah Dodge, after winning the 2007 USDF Region 5 AA Championships in first level.


Pete drop

Midnight Rover (Pete) - He was imported from Ireland many years ago and he and his rider, Ashley McVaugh, won the USCTA Young Rider of the Year in 1993.  Pete then changed careers and with his next rider, Tanya Osol, won the Gold medal in the North American Young Rider Team Competitions at 1st, 2nd and 3rd level over three consecutive years.    Full of personality and armed with ever-ready kisses, Pete was the farm favorite. At almost 40 years of age, Pete sadly passed away.  We miss him daily and there will never be another like him. The lower photo is Pete with his former owner Ashley McVaugh at Rolex.