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Willowview Hill Farm Mares

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In the quest for the right breeding mare, conformation and performance ability is important. The last seventeen years of experience here at Willowview Hill Farm not just breeding horses but then starting them under saddle and taking them forward to their careers, has also taught us that genetic soundness and temperament are key to producing the right balance in the riding horse.

Over the years we have produced purebred AHS and VHW Hanoverians, Oldenburg, Dutch Warmbloods, Trakehners, Lusitanos and Andalusians in addition to crossbreds with each of these breeds to Percheron and Thoroughbred lines. Bloodlines determine soundness, temperament, talent and longevity and we have had our share of disappointments in growing up young horses and importing young horses to find genetic OCD issues or respiratory issues hamper the longevity of the horse. For this reason you will find a balance in our breeding program that is weighted slightly toward not always producing a purebred one registry horse. The WVH breeding program constantly seeks to develop the best possible individual and adopts a European slant that encompasses a carefully selected variety of bloodlines that are not bound by one resgistry or their individual practices. We like to think of it as old time breeding values with a fresh twist.

You can rest assured that any mare you find at Willowview Hill Farm has a good nature, willing work ethic, proven talent to do a job, and good conformation for that task and that the sires we select have proven performance records and excellent conformations that they have proven to stamp on their get. Please see our stallions page for more info on current sires we are utilizing and to learn more about their talents.

Note: We are currently under construction in this part of the website.
More photos and mare profiles to follow.

Gambol's Georgy Girl WVH

Gambol's Georgy Girl

 

Gambol's Georgy Girl WVH

By the highly regarded and mega successful international dressage sire Gambol ( Gabor) DWB, this beautiful classic filly is out of one of the world's most prominent and well respected Thoroughbred lines, Storm Cat/Tomorrows Child over a Gold Token mare, Versailles WVH. Only mares of the very best caliber, that show excellent trainability and heart with impeccable conformation are accepted into the WVH program. Gambol's Georgy Girl WVH, is a testimony to the edict, breed the best to the best, and we are extremely happy with this superb sporthorse prospect. She will mature to 16.2hh/16.3hh. This photo was taken as a yearling, she was born April 2011 and is currently in trainingat WVH.

"Georgy" has already demonstrated her great balance, aptitude for learning and amiable disposition. A real 'curious Georgy' for sure. Intelligent and athletic, her long legs and smooth topline with excellent saddle position and head/neck connection will make her a sure hit in the show ring. With her ground covering floaty gaits, Georgy is a very talented filly who may possibly be registered GOV ( Oldenburg), ISR, or AWS.

Versailles WVH

Versailles WVH

Registered Thoroughbred bay mare 16.3 h.h. Versailles WVH has a wonderful temperament, elevated rhythmic gaits and a lovely conformation. Her bloodlines include the famous Storm Cat and Tomorrows Child. Versailles WVH has the same wonderful 'can do' attitude. She is currently under breeding contract for 2010 to the international caliber Dutch Warmblood stallion Gambol; the world class mount that competed under Ashley Holzer for the Canadian team. Confirmed in foal annd due April 2011.

So when you take this super quality mare Versailles WVH and add this medal winning, Aachen successful dressage sire:-

Gambol

You are lucky enough to get this:-

Gergy Girl 2 days old

Yay!! Born April 25th, 2011 in the early a.m. our second Gambol foal at WVH. Say hello to Gambol's Georgy Girl.


Georgy" is a stunning, long legged filly who is athletic, very engaging ( a real curious Georgy), and she has been imprint and halter trained. She was named after the mega hit song, 'Hey There, Georgy Girl,' from the Aussie band The Seekers. After checking on mom for every two hours for well over 3 weeks ( she delivered at day 359!), she managed to outfox us by an hour. So it was a " Hey There' moment for everyone.

Gambol's GenevieveWVH

Gambol's Genevieve WVH

Say hello to "Jennie". Our third Dutch warmblood cross filly from world class Gambol. Jennie began life as a lovely blue roan, then shed out in her 2nd year to this soft brown. This filly displays an elevated and expressive canter and has lovely straight movement and conformation. She should mature 16 h.h. Out of our proven mom Amore WVH, Jennie is a full sister to Gambol's Middernacht.

 

Amore WVH

We were so pleased with the progeny of Gambol x Amore WVH in May 2010, (Gambol's Middernacht, who is for sale, see her on the Horse Sale page complete with video), that the decision was quickly made to rebreed Amore back to Gambol for a repeat performance.

 

We are excited to report Amore WVH delivered a spectacular exotic second Gambol foal on Father's Day, June 19th, 2011. Check out the beautiful and highly unusual and much sort after blue roan coloring, and big white marking. 'Jennie' has displayed super gaits and incredible balance already with a round and balanced canter and even demonstrated a few piaffe steps while figuring out how to lay down on day one. She is for sale so please check out our horses for sale page to learn more..

Gambol's Genevieve

 

History on the name: Gambol's Genevieve WVH is named after St. Genevieve of Paris, France. Genevieve ( the name is of French and Germanic origin) was the daughter of peasants who was inspired by St. Gregory to devote her life to God when she was just fifteen years old. A number of miracles surround her both in life and after she died, reportedly her prayers saved the residents of Paris from Atila the Hun, after she beseeched residents to stay in their homes and prayed for redirection of his army. In her early life the various healing miracles she performed brought her persecution ( almost as bad as Joan of Arc), and included attempts to drown her. She took dangerous journeys to bring food to the needy during the siege of Paris and was eventually recongized by the church and given a ministry. Genevieve became the patron saint for young women, and over 150 orphanages and childrens homes are still run today in France under her name.

 

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