Saturday, November 29, 2014

DF Shines at West Coast FEH Championships

The Dragonfire breeding program was well represented at the 2014 USEA Future Event Horse Championships at Galway Downs with Let's Go DF and Simple Dreams DF challenging the Three Year Old and Yearlings classes. Each of these individuals displayed an undeniable star quality above and beyond the required athletic ability and tractability needed to be successful.

Let's Go DF
Let's Go DF is a stunning example of the modern day Event horse. He is solidly and correctly built, his light and airy movement keeps him floating easily above the ground, and his quiet temperament makes him a dream to work around. His sire is the Holsteiner, Linaro, who is double Ladykiller (TB) and Cor De La Bryere (Selle Francais), two of the most sought after names in jumping history. and his dam is a Holsteiner/Thoroughbred cross that is a winning Event horse herself. Let's Go DF won the West Coast Three Year Old FEH Championship, before being named the 2014 Overall FEH Champion with Earl McFall at the lead.

Simple Dreams DF

Simple Dreams DF was all business as she claimed the West Coast Yearling Championship. With her purposeful movement and focus on the task at hand, she wowed the judges with her performance. Not only did she win her age group, but she also came third in the overall championship, right behind Let's Go DF and the Reserve Champion Three Year Old. Simple Dreams DF is by Dragonfire Kirin, a World Champion Morgan in his own right, and the sire champions. Her dam is an Irish Sport Horse by the incomparable Master Imp, and out of a Cavalier Royale mare, breeding known worldwide for producing Olympic Champions.

If you are looking for the stars of the future, look no further than Dragonfire Farm. We are committed to breeding and producing America's best and brightest event horses.

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