Sport Horse Nation Spotlight: Three Dutch Lovelies

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I took a Dutch language class in college. My mom was furious and thought my language credit would be much better spent in Spanish or Latin. She’s probably right, but that little bit of knowledge hasn’t been completely useless considering Dutch Warmbloods are a popular breed in English equestrian sports.

The Royal Warmblood Studbook (KWPN) is one of the largest registries in the world and was established back when the breed was valued for its pulling power rather than jumping power. Click here to learn more about the KWPN North American registry and then check out these three lovely Dutch Warmbloods for sale on Sport Horse Nation.

Priceless. Photo courtesy of Sharon White via Sport Horse Nation.

Winning Training Level Horse With Spectacular Movement!

Priceless “Miles” is a 2008 bay imported Dutch Warmblood Gelding. He has an eye catching presence and floats across the ground. His uphill balance makes him a serious dressage prospect, he has competed in the 1.10 jumpers with a young rider and is winning at training level eventing. He has all the makes to go into any ring and win! Located in Ocala, FL.

Hudson. Photo courtesy of Sara Welgoss via Sport Horse Nation.

Talented Dutch Warmblood gelding

Hudson is a 17.0hh, 2007, Dutch Warmblood, gelding. Hudson has shown up to 3′ 3″ at jumper shows, with ease and scope, and up to novice level eventing with room to go higher. He is a lovely mover who consistently scores in the low 30’s to mid to upper 20’s. He is a talented jumper who could make a great show jumper as well as an eventer. He could also be well suited for a dressage rider. Best suited for an experienced rider and with the right rider he will move up through the levels nicely. No leases or trials. Located in Adamstown, MD.

Festive Rose. Photo courtesy of Jennie Brannigan via Sport Horse Nation.

Festive Rose- 2010 15.3 KWPN Mare

Festive Rose aka Rosie is a 2010 15.3 chestnut KWPN (National Anthem X Wasabi Rosa, by Farrington) mare. Rosie is a beautiful mare with three fancy gaits and a scopey jump with a good bascule. Rosie has shown in dressage through training level and is correctly schooling first level at home. In October of 2016, Rosie won the Open Beginner Novice division at The Virginia CCI/CIC and Horse Trials! Rosie moved up to novice recently and finished on her dressage score of 29, and has never been out of the top three. Rosie is related to many good event horses including TwilightsLastGleam who completed two CCI1* as a six year old. Very sweet and personable! Located in Ocala, FL.

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