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Waverley Fellini// A Oldenburg Colt.
Full Name: Waverley Fellini
Breeding Summary: Furstenball / Sandro Hit / De Niro
Dam: El./St.Pr.Lady Sunshine
Approved By: Will be branded and microchipped Oldenburg
Our Furstenball colt Waverley Fellini was born on June 11th 2015 and is out of Elite and State Premium Lady Sunshine. He has a beautiful face, superb uphill conformation and wonderful paces - all three.
Dam Lady Sunshine (Sandro Hit x De Niro x Pik Bube) is from one of the most admired lines in Oldenburg and is simply one of the best mares I have seen anywhere. She is full sister to the Grand Prix Stallion Sir Diamond and numbers numerous famous stallions among her close family e.g. Furst Wilhelm, Furst William, Decamerone, Jazz Mate etc and has several children who will soon begin to compete in sport as well as a stallion prospect who is full brother to Fellini.
Sire Furstenball is fast becoming one of the most successful sires of modern times, with numerous licensed sons and State Premium daughters. In 2015 his first crop will be five and begin to come through into sport.
About Waverley Stud
Based in the heart of England (near Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire - home of the British Dressage National Championships) we breed and train a small number of dressage horses each year. Using only Elite or State Premium Dressage mares of good character, together with the best international stallions (all of which are Performance Tested and proven) our stock is of exceptional quality and trainability.
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absolutely massive I'm sure he's going to make about 18h at this rate!
But he'll be big anyway like you said and just what I wanted. He's a
lovely boy and stands very good when having his foal feet trimmed. He
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