Congratulations to Felix Duerr, DVM, of Ft Collins, CO, on the purchase of two of our outstanding offspring: Royal Ramses WOR, 3 y/o Hanoverian gelding by Royal Prince out of SPS Whitney and Soleado, by Sir Gregory, yearling Oldenburg colt, out of my fabulous mare, Wiesenblume. Felix knew Sarah and Prada in Colorado and was impressed with her beautiful mare. I am honored that he chose two of our boys. We look forward to following their progress. Good luck!
Wild Oaks Ranch is excited to offer Soleado (aka Sunny) for sale. This spectacular colt is the 2015 son of Dreamscape Farm’s Sir Gregory (Sir Donnerhall x Don Gregory) and our beautiful mare, Wiesenblume (Rosenthal x Wolkentanz I). He will undoubtedly be a star!
Sunny is by far the easiest colt to handle that we have ever had. He is sweet natured and likes attention. He is brave and confident. On top of all that he is an EXCEPTIONAL mover with fluid, lofty gaits, great front-end expression and a hind end to match. You can’t take your eyes off of him. The video below really doesn’t do him justice. He will probably mature to 16.2 hh. Unfortunatley, we were unable to attend an inspection this year, but he will be registered GOV with the Oldenburg Horse Breeder’s Society of North America.
His sire, Sir Gregory, has been the leading sire of premium foals for the GOV since 2011, and is approved for breeding with 10 different registries. I chose Sir Gregory because of his character, temperament, movement, and work ethic, as described by his trainer, David Blake. Sunny is the product of embryo transfer, since his dam is my up and coming personal dressage horse. Wiesenblume is the most strikingly beautiful, affectionate, tractable mare I have bred. She makes me smile! At her very first dressage show as a 4 y/o with Benjamin Pfabe on board in 2014, she won her Training Level tests with scores of 80+% and 79+%.
We are so impressed with the Sir Gregory offspring that we bred our champion mare, Rosentanz, to Sir Gregory for a 2016 foal, and plan to breed our mare SPS Whitney to him this year.
I feel confident that when Soleado is presented for inspection in 2016 he will be considered a stallion prospect, and would like to sell him to a home that will want to keep him a stallion. $25,000.