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 A- $35,001-$50,000 B-$50,001-$75,000 C-$75,001-$100,000 D- Over $100,000 E- Over $300,000

Xenia van Willow- 2007 STER Friesian mare by Goffert 369 out of a Wicher 334 mare

xeniatrot“Xenia” is a wonderfully fun and safe Friesian mare for sale who could be used for both sport and breeding. She was Grand Champion of her foal inspection and Grand Chamion Ster mare at her adult inspection. Three powerful gaits and a wonderful temperament make this girl a nice choice for an amateur or junior rider looking for something fun. I took her out hacking the first day I had her- she’s just the type of horse that makes you feel very safe. My dog also rides her! Scores into the 70s at training, first, second and third level and many wins and placing at regionals and nationals. Now starting to school pirouettes and piaffe as well. Located in Williston, Vermont. Conveniently located 10 minutes from the Burlington International Airport- which is under a two hour flight from D.C., New York or Chicago. PRICE CATEGORY B

Competition Highlightsxeniapiaffe


* Res. Champion 2nd Level Friesian Horse Association of North America – Musical Freestyle (National)

* 3rd place 3rd Level Friesian Horse Association of North America – Open (National)

* 14th place 2nd Level Musical Freestyle Year End Awards (National)

* Res. Champion – Region 4 Freestyle 2nd Level Championship

* 4th place – Region 4 Open 2nd Level Championship


* Champion 2nd Level Friesian Horse Association of North America – Musical Freestyle (National)

* Champion 2nd Level Musical Freestyle Challenge Year End Awards (National)

* Res. Champion 2nd Level Musical Freestyle Year End Awards (National)

* 4th place 2nd Level Friesian Horse Association of North America – Open (National)

* Champion – Region 2 Open Freestyle 2nd Level Championship

* 3rd place – US Dressage Finals Open Freestyle 2nd Level

* 14th place – Region 2 Open 2nd Level Championship

* 26th place – Region 2 Open 1st Level Championship


* 6th place 1st Level Friesian Horse Association of North America – Open (National)





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Mister- 2007 Friesian gelding by Anton



UPDATE- Mister found his fairytale dream home with August in South Dakota! She absolutely adores him and says he is the perfect horse! We couldn’t agree more. Congratulations, August, on finding the Prince Charming of horses!





Landsdale- 2008 NRPS gelding by Lord Leatherdale out of a Wallstreet dam, 16.1, black




UPDATE– Dale competed at the 2017 North American Young Rider Championships!






Ambra- 2006 Rheinlander mare by Abanos out of an Entree dam, 16.2, bay with socks and star




UPDATE- Pearl’s new owner LOVES her and they have been competing at 2nd level!





Ollivander- 2008 Oldenburg gelding by Olivier out of a Vincent dam, 16.2, chestnut with bling





UPDATE– “Dobby” found the PERFECT home and is now doing dressage, vaulting and trail riding with his new owner!




Thys- 2006 Friesian stallion by Beart 411, 16.1 hands, black




UPDATE- Thys has competed in TWO North American Young Rider Championships, including winning a BRONZE MEDAL in 2016! Congratulations, Thys and Cameron!



Ricochet– 2002 Hanoverian gelding by Rotspon, 17 hands, chestnut, four stockings, blaze


Photo credit Nancy Mangum









2009 Olivier gelding in training with Liz

SOLD congratulations to Alexis P!









SOLD Congratulations to Judy M!

UPDATE- Judy competed Winter at 3rd level with scores in the 60s!




Raison de Joie

UPDATE Competed at Global Dressage in Wellington, Florida and WON his first ever 4th level test with a 65%!

*UPDATE* Competed at King Oak Dressage winning his first ever 3rd level test with a 65%! Very posive comments from the judges.



2007 Dutch Warmblood gelding sired by Thatcher out of a half-sister to Olivier by Argus. This youngster has the looks and talent to go to the top. “10” canter, super uphill and a kind character. SOLD Congratulations, Lexie!




 Schooling FEI and preparing for NAJYRC 2016 with his new Young Rider rider! Competed sccessfully at 2014 National Championships, was a “catch ride” in 2014 National Dressage Equitation Finals and has scores to 70%+!



The Count Basil

Winter’s Tale (now shown as Wenatchi)

UPDATE- Was a member of the Challenge of the Americas Quadrille Team, 2015!

Competing successfully through Intermediare I. Member of the 2012 Nations Cup team at Global Dressage Festival!

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