His list of creditintials is already impressive for a young stallion.
At four, he was named CHAMPION of the KWPN stallion licensing of 2007!
As most of you surely know, the stallion selection criteria
for the KWPN are stringent and cover many facets of the young stallions; from
x-rays, to performance to semen quality! WYNTON surpassed all other Dutch
stallions in every category.
The dam line consists of pure German top-dressage stallions.
His dam is by the famous former dressage champion MATADOR II, ridden so
successfully by Kyra Kirklund. Grand-dam sire is the immortal RUBINSTEIN, top
producer of riding horses so well known for their tremendous “willingness to
work” and well balanced gaits. The Oldenburg dam line traces back, through a
strong pedigree, to early foundation of the riding horses of the Oldenburg
region. I happen to own the FULL SISTER to WYNTON, this is my outstanding
competition mare, TAMARINDE.
TAMARINDE in 2007 . I have traced her pedigree back on her dam’s side to the late 1800’s!
The sire of WYTON is the famous dressage stallion JAZZ (keur).
Not only is he a currently consistent top placed Gran Prix dressage competition
stallion, but he also is extremely successful in Holland with 8 licensed sons,
187 star-mares, 77keur-mares, 50 elite-mares and 1 preferent-mare, which is an
extremely high score.
Wynton was the vice-champion in the prestigious PAVO-Cup for 4 year old horses which can be compared with the Bundeschampionat in Germany.
WYNTON is a beautiful, modern type of riding horse. He has the quick, active hind leg from his sire, JAZZ, coupled with the riding horse qualities and temperament of both MATADOR II and RUBINSTEIN.
He is tall (17 hands at 4 ½ years, ) elegant, leggy model….lovely
topline; good joints and feet. He is still youthful in his appearance, and will
continue to deepen and broaden as he matures.
We are proud to be the first to bring this wonderful young stallion to your attention and hope that you will find a place for him in your breeding program this year.
Licensed KWPN and German Oldenburg
courtesy of Yancey-Farms in