Impeccably bred 16.3HH 2005 chestnut mare by Londonderry out of a Evergreen/Goodwill dam. "Leah" was bred and raised by Spruce Meadows and incorporates both a dressage and jumper mixed pedigree.

Leah was inspected and approved into the Main Mare Book with Oldenburg GOV in 2013 with very good scores. Her first filly, Rosette by Rascalino, was awarded Premium status and received the prestigious "Foal of Distinction" award at her inspection.

Leah is a lovely mover and we are confident she will produce some outstanding dressage offspring!






Londonderry
Hanoverian
Lauries Crusador xx
Thoroughbred
Welsh Pageant xx
Thoroughbred
Square Note xx
Thoroughbred
Windsor Queen
Hanoverian
Warkant
Hanoverian
Erina
Hanoverian
Europa
Hanoverian
Evergreen
Hanoverian
Eiger I
Hanoverian
Wenke
Hanoverian
Gammon
Hanoverian
Goodwill
Hanoverian
Weynesta
Hanoverian


Extended Pedigree






2013 filly by Rascalino (pictured at 2yrs of age)




2016 filly by Rotspon (pictured at 1 day of age)






Leilani's sire, Londonderry, was the sovereign winner of the stallion licensing in 1997. A year later he was fifth at the stallion performance test achieving 134.56 points in the dressage category. In 1999 Londonderry won the riding horse performance test during the German Riding Championships in Verden and only a short time later he obtained highest results at the Federal Championships of German Riding Horses in Warendorf.



Lauries Crusador xx, is probably the most valued TB sire in the Hanoverian breed for dressage at this time. He began his WB-breeding career in 1990 at Landgestüt Celle where he still resides. The nomination of the 15th 'Hanoverian Stallion of the Year' went to a Thoroughbred stallion for the first time when Lauries Crusador was honoured with this award: Within the last years, Celle State Stud Stallion Lauries Crusador xx has certainly had a considerable influence on the Hanoverian breed.



Warkant is the sire of 46 state premium mares. His daughters passed their mare performance tests with excellent results. It ensued that Warkant achieved a marvellous breeding evaluation of 156 points and that he is one of Hanover’s top-quality dressage stallions. Nine of his sons were licensed.

Warkant was awarded Hanoverian "Stallion of the Year" in 2002.




Evergreen finished 4th of 38 stallions at his Stallion Performance Test in Adelheidsdorf in 1988 with an overall score of 120.01. He competed in the open jumpers and in 1997 started dressage training with Olympic rider Charlotte Bredahl.
Evergreen was successfully shown in the Regular Working Hunter Division 1999.




In 1978 Eiger I won 4th at Performance test in Adelheidsdorf with high dressage and jumping scores. In 1999 he was awarded Hanoverian "Stallion of the Year" in Verden.




Goodwill was Spruce Meadow's imported Hanoverian stallion that had a successful hunter career.