D'Artana

2000 Registered Hanoverian mare by Diamont

 

 

D'Artana, Nov. 9, 2014, just as her winter coat began to grow.

 

 

D'Artana pictured after arriving to our farm, May 3, 2014.

 

Below you will see her excellent pedigree, from the All Breed Database. Click on the link below to see an interactive pedigree, to see more.

 

D'Artana's sire, Diamont

Diamont was a noted dressage sire and was ranked first in 1994, 1996 and 1997 by the USDF among all Hanoverian stallions for producing USDF Horse of the Year qualifiers. In 1995 he was the 7th leading producer of qualifiers among stallions of all breeds in the U.S. He produced three licensed stallions and fourteen Elite Hanoverian mares. Diamont has three offspring currently competing successfully in European dressage circles. His offspring are well noted for being successful in all the sport horse disciplines including dressage, Grand Prix show jumping and eventing. His son Dior is well know competing at Grand Prix level. The well known Grand Prix dressage stallion, Domingo, is a 3/4 brother to Diamont. Domingo is also a top producer of Elite Mares. He is also the sire of an approved Hanoverian stallion, numerous breed show winners and both hunter and dressage champions.

 

 

We're excited to add D'Artana to our breeding program. She is very well bred, with old, but very desirable bloodlines. Her sire is the Elite Hanoverian stallion, Diamont, who was ranked the top Hanoverian stallion, producing USDF Horse of the Year qualifiers, in 1994, 1996, & 1997. Her dam is a Trakehner mare by Karneval, an Ibikus son. She has beautiful lofty movement and a talent for jumping, although her jumping career was cut short from an injury. She stands 16.2 hands, has good bone, excellent conformation, a beautiful head, and a very sweet personality. She is a good mom, was very easy to get in-foal and to work with.

D'Artana sells bred to Donnermeyer; due May 1, 2016. This foal has a high chance of being black, since Donnermeyer is homozygous black, and chestnut is a recessive color, which means the black should win out.

 

SOLD

Congratulations, Nanette Koepp, of Clark, MO!

 

 

 

Updated Jan. 14, 2016