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Isaiah has been gelded and sold to begin a career as a hunter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                               

 

                        

 

 

 

                        

 

Isaiah is a refined type stallion with a world class pedigree. He has a super temperament, uphill and elastic gaits, and the versatile genetics to excel in both the dressage and jumper rings. He received a 9 on his canter, which was noted to be very uphill, and 8's on his trot and walk from the RPSI breeding director. At his ISR/Oldenburg N.A. approvals he received an 8 for his jumping capability and 8's for his cross country gallop and jump at the 100 day test. His sire, Ideal, combines the three legendary foundation stallions for modern warmblood breeding, Inschallah, Zeus and Furioso II from the famous Vorwerk stud in Germany. His dam's bloodlines include the Holsteiner stallion Farn, who produced the exceptional Dutch sire Nimmerdor, the Hanoverian refinement stallion Matcho AA, and the Graphit/Gotthard grandmother Gina who's full brother is the very influential German sire Grandus. To learn more about Isaiah's pedigree and ancestry, click here.

 

Isaiah successfully competed in numerous USDF Breeders Series shows and completed his 100 day test in 2004. View his accomplishments here.  He shows great versatility and promise in several disciplines and has been very successful in his first year of showing, scoring as high as 78.9% in dressage. He is the 2005 USDF/GAIG Training Level Open Champion and the 2005 #1 Training Level Open horse for the German Oldenburg Verband. His has produced numerous PREMIUM foals. View his offspring here

 

              

Quick Stats:  
Age & Breed 1999 Oldenburg 
Pedigree Click here
Breeder Dave Herndon, August Moon Farm
Height 16.1hh
Color Grey
Approved ISR/Oldenburg N.A.
Rheinland-Pfalz-Saar-International (Studbook I)
   

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo: Brad Thatche