WOLFINGHAM WARMBLOODS

Breeders of Future Dressage Stars

Wolfingham Whiteley

Cute as a Button! Wolfingham Whiteley arrived on the 2/1/2005. By Whisper out of Wolfingham Holly (Salute/Anglo) this colt is a most attractive colour and sports the much sort after 4 stockings and blaze. His movement is light and elegant with much expression, a wonderful son of that famous 'W' line. His beautiful face, courtesy of his Arab ancestry, is matched by his extraordinarily accepting nature.

 

Whiteley Video

Whisper

Weltmeyer

World Cup 1

Anka

Feine Dame

Feiner Stern

Perlett

Wolfingham Holly

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Salute

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Anglo mare

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Congratulations to Christine Healey of Bradgate Park. Christine fell in love with his fabulous nature and expressive movement and is looking forward to presenting Whiteley in competition in the near future. We wish her well on her future endeavours!

WOLFINGHAM WHITELEY (mature 16.1 to 16.2hh)

Beautifully marked, elegant 31/2 year old gelding by WHISPER out of a Salute cross/Anglo mare. Whiteley will impress you with his amazingly BIG and soft paces coupled with a really sweet and sensitive nature. Under saddle since the end of April he is very quiet and trainable. You couldn’t ask for a nicer horse, he really tries hard to please. He has attended coaching with Tarsha Hammond who was impressed with his movement and temperament, “God, He’s quiet!”. Now commencing his competition career, he is sure to wow the judges and make someone a very successful dressage partner.

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Whiteley has been crowned HVDA preparatory champion at his very first competiton outing scoring a second for 60% and first for 69%!!!Judges all gave him 7's for paces.

This guy just astounded us and those watching as he danced his way through the tests like a pro. It is hard to remember he has only been under saddle for FOUR months! He coped beautifully with it all. A madly bolting loose horse through the competiton area just pior to his test did not phase him at all. Above are some pictures of our lovely boy at the competition. The pictues cannot capture the enormous floating trot...you have to see him to believe it!