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Waverley Moneypenny (2017)// A Black Oldenburg Filly.
Full Name: Waverley Moneypenny (2017)
Breeding Summary: Morricone / San Amour / Rubin Royal
Height: To make 16.3hh
Approved By: Will be Oldenburg microchipped and registered
On Easter Monday our Brilliant Ring mare Elite and St.Pr. Samoa gave us an iconic black filly (with no white markings). Moneypenny is a very feminine and big moving foal - with the most elevated elastic movement! She is by the exquisite young stallion Morricone, who not only was crowned Champion Stallion of the Oldenburg licensing 2014 but went on to win the demanding Performance Testing in 2015. We are enthralled by this glorious black stallion, his rideability, his trainabililty and his magnetism, and we think this filly is very like him.
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.
Just thought I'd let you know how Rocco is doing - he is
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
let's me go into him and make a fuss - he's so easy to handle - unlike my other foal who is an evil monster in miniature! Hope you and horses are well x (Apr 2012)
'Monik is just super. A really happy lady to have around. She lives with
her best buddy Nora (a KWPN broodmare) and they are excellent mates!' (Oct 2011). 'She is a fabulous mum and was indeed five days early as you said
she would be! She is a joy to have around. She lives out with her other
broodmare friend and despite the ridiculous weather is pretty happy!' (Jun 2012)