Crescent Star GB


2004 Dutch Harness Horse x Arabian Mare


This is Hannah, May, 2014.

Click on the link below to see a video of Hannah, shot this same day.


This is Hannah, June 18, 2008.


Under saddle photos by Julie Nestor

This is Hannah with her trainer, Linda Hurley, in the fall of 2007. Linda got her started under saddle, using natural horseman techniques. Then Hannah spent 6 months in Florida, at another trainer's facility, before she came to us in May 2008.


This is Fabricius, Hannah's sire.


Fabricius is a Preferent Stallion with the KWPN in Holland. He is one of the youngest stallions to acheive this rank, but has produced such high quality horses, his breeding values will be hard to beat. He sired the approved stallions: Manno, Larix, Saffraan, Sander, and Selleen. He also has sired half the horses showing in the highest class for Harness Horses in Holland. He was used to breed for Harness horses and has several offspring competing at the International level at 2 and 4 in hand. He is the most sought after sire for this breed, especially by the people of Germany and The United Kingdom. Before he died in 2004, he was brought to the United States to improve the show horses, especially used to cross with Arabian mares.


Hannah's dam is a Bask line (Polish) Arabian mare. Hannah has very animated movement, similar to her sire's, and a very round and upright neck, with a wide back and nice hip. Her great movement and conformation, combined with her top pedigree, makes her a great investment. Hannah is a great riding mare and an excellent broodmare, able to produce extremely talented Sport Horses. Her 2009 filly, by Donnermeyer, is extremely talented.

Hannah's 2009 filly, Devlin, seen as a 4-year-old.

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Hannah is offered for sale

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Updated June 1, 2014