1999 Registered Swedish Warmblood filly



April Texas Dressage Classic Sporthorse Breed Show

*First Place Fillies
*2nd Highest scoring young horse at Show
Comments: "nice, harmonious, riding type filly, shows much potential"

Sunshine Classic Dressage Sport Horse Breed Show

November 10, 2001

First Place: Two-Year-Old Fillies

Judge, Hilda Gurney, gave 74.3%, with comments like:
"elegant filly, elegant head and neck..."


at 20-months-old

Joliesse is a 1999 Swedish Warmblood filly, out of Victoria (Gaspe X Bamtung/Hartung),
who is a 46 point mare, and has 3 generations of Olympic dressage sires on one side
and 3 generations of diploma and performance mares on the other side.
She is by the Swedish stallion Absolut, who is out of an Elite Diploma mare
and by the Swedish stallion Martini (’96 Olympics reserve horse for the Swedish dressage team).
Martini is the third highest scoring stallion in Swedish scoring history, earning
near perfect scores for both gaits and free jumping ability.
Jo is the 1/2 sister to, Akkurat (9-8-8), one of the three highest scoring foals during the 1999 inspection,and 2001 USDF DSHB Reserve Champion Colt.
She is an elegant, attention getting filly, with lots of presence. Currently 15 hands.
Expected to mature 16.1 - 16.2 h. Very correct legs and a well built hind end.
Her gaits have lots of suspension with good overstep.
Positive DAP = good dressage potential, she’s quite athletic. Loads, clips, ties.
Feet and any other part of her body is a cinch to handle. An intelligent, courageous personality,
and a very quick learner. She is very people oriented, easy to catch, and loves attention.
Her dam has stamped her quality on this one.
Jo was successfully started under saddle, Feb. 1st, and is continuing in her training, doing very well.


Congratulations Brandi and Brian Loeper, of Newnan, GA!



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Updated June 29, 2002