WOLFINGHAM WARMBLOODS

Breeders of Future Dressage Stars

Auction of the Stars June 2011 Sydney

Wolfingham Warmbloods proudly presents the three following outstanding individuals for the June Auction of the Stars in Sydney.

Wolfingham Delilah

SOLD

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Bay Filly

Mature 15.3-16hh

Delilah is just DYNAMITE! She is by Wolfingham Dalziel (Don Shufro) out of Wolfingham Holly (Salute/Anglo). She possesses extreme hock action and freedom of the shoulder! We just could not take a bad photo of her, just endless images of breathtaking movement! So much engagement it seems anything will be possible with this girl! All this but also the sweetest, quietest temperament you could ever want. We are torn having to sell her but since we already posses an older full sister to be retained for stud and competition and the difficult decision had to be made. Her sire Dalziel is by Don Schufro who, under Andreas Helgastrad, took 11th place individually at the Beijing Olympics and secured the Danish team a Bronze Medal. Dalziel has also commenced his competition career and has numerous wins obtaining scores up to 72.5% in preliminary and nearly always an 8 for paces! His rider, Tracey Crittenden, is a classified para-equestrian and we are very excited at the opportunities that this represents for them both. Delilah is proof of the outstanding temperament and trainability of her sire as well as her dam. Holly was briefly competed with scores up to 66% prior to stud duties. She has also produced a lovely half sibling in Wolfingham Whiteley, by Whisper. Whiteley was crowned HVDA preliminary Champion at his very first outing! What an opportunity Delilah represents!

Wolfingham Diego

SOLD

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Chestnut Gelding

Mature 16.3-17hh

Diego is by Wolfingham Dalziel (Don Schufro) out of Belcam Gemine (Belcam Glascow) and shows enormous presence and movement typical of Dalziel’s progeny. A beautiful upstanding young horse, his powerful mechanics are just awesome to watch! He possesses a sensitive but very balanced mind showing only the highest calibre of trainability! His sire Dalziel is by Don Schufro who, under Andreas Helgastrad, took 11th place individually at the Beijing Olympics and secured the Danish team a Bronze Medal. Dalziel has also commenced his competition career and has numerous wins obtaining scores up to 72.5% in preliminary and nearly always an 8 for paces! His rider, Tracey Crittenden, is a classified para-equestrian and we are very excited at the opportunities that this represents for them both. Diego’s dam is by Belcam Glascow (Grannus) out of a Falkland Victory mare and represents solid performance bloodlines. She has also produced our sadly deceased young stallion Svaldifari (Sir Donnerhall) who was also an extreme mover as well as Wolfingham Willoughby by Whisper. Willoughby is providing me with great joy with his seemingly endless trainability and affection and rewarding me with many wins and scores up to 72.5% in preliminary and his first preliminary Championship in April! Note that Clemens Dierks took more than a passing interest in Willoughby during a number of clinics!  I have no doubt that Diego will similarly provide his new owner with such success and delight!

Wolfingham Wish

SOLD

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Whitmoor Video Link (Full Brother)

Black/Brown Gelding.

Mature 16.3hh

Wish is by Whipser (Weltmeyer) out of Wolfingham Georgia (Don Ramiro/Monopol) and is an outstanding individual. He just floats along effortlessly with unfaltering rhythm and presence!  His sire is a proven Grand Prix competitor in Australia and now New Zealand and stamps his progeny with fabulous movement and temperament. On the dam line he is out of Wolfingham Gerorgia, a mare by the hugely respected stallion campaigned by Heath Ryan, Don Ramiro by Don Primero. Georgia was campaigned with great success up to elementary level winning HVDA Reserve Novice horse of the year 2000, the Karella Stud Trophy for highest % gained at the HVDA Championships 2000, Waverly Trophy for highest % gained at the 2000 Canberra Classic and others. She was retired to stud when her rider also ‘retired to stud’ and Georgia has proven herself to be a very valuable broodmare. She also produced Wolfingham Jalapeno (by Jive Magic) of whom Heath has expressed enormous respect and is also competing with success. Wish is also a full sibling to Wolfingham Whitmoor who was sold to a Victorian rider and recently had his first novice start with a score over 70% . He continues to delight his new owner who quotes ‘I am so lucky to have such a horse!’ Wish is very quiet and we expect he will take to his riding career with the same easy going can do attitude as his full brother. Ready for breaking this could be your blank canvas ready to create your own masterpiece!