New Stallion Story: Qredit has a new Stallion Story! Telling a new “Stallion Story” is always one of our favorite jobs at Today we bring you a behind-the-scenes view of Qredit (Quaterback Continue Reading →

Stallion Raising: Getting Started

By Kimmy Risser, Hickory Manor For those of you looking into raising or acquiring your first stallion, or for others who are just curious about how it all works, Kimmy Continue Reading →

theHorse: Embryo Transfer in Horses – What You Need to Know

Did you know that a recipient mare’s size can have a big impact on the size of the foal? It’s one of the things to be aware of if you’re Continue Reading →

Almé for Foundation Friday

Enjoy one of Warmblood Stallions of North America’s more popular Foundation Friday posts!  Every other Friday we will be featuring a foundation sire – one who has been influential in Continue Reading →

Lotus Team Special Offer for Breeders

Advertisement LotusTeam stands the three world-class Holsteiner stallions: Long Island T (Lotus T x Calato x Carneval x Lord) Don Quichot (Quite Easy x Ramiro x Alme) Catiago (Cambridge x Carthago x Leonardo I) Continue Reading →

Gallery: Wild Turkey Stallion Leapfrog Enjoys Retirement

Advertisement One of Wild Turkey Farm’s most popular stallions, Leapfrog WT, has retired to stud after a successful show career. Competing at the Grand Prix level under Mandy Porter, he Continue Reading →

Introducing PF’s Christer

Advertisement Ryan Pedigo Sport Horses is proud to introduce the newest stallion in their lineup. PF’s Christer is a 2014 Holsteiner stallion, and was imported just this month. Christer was Continue Reading →

Kristen VanderVeen and Bull Run’s Jireh Capture the CSI1* Classic Champions Grand Prix at Live Oak International 

Kristen VanderVeen and Bull Run’s Jireh Capture the CSI1* Classic Champions Grand Prix at Live Oak International Adrienne Sternlicht’s Mount Calisto Blanc Receives Classic Champions Award of Distinction OCALA- Fla.– Continue Reading →

Cantus for Foundation Friday

Cantus was Caletto I’s first crop in Holstein. His dam, Monoline, was by the tough competitor Roman and out of an advanced showjumper, USA. Cantus, who died far too early Continue Reading →