(Pictured at 2yrs of age)

Sapphire is a buckskin Swedish Warmblood mare and one of the few dilute colored mares entered into the MMB. Sapphire's sire Sagnol is a lovely dark brown stallion that has trained in dressage. Sagnol's sire Sandro Hit is a very popular dressage sire. Sandro Hit's daughter Poetin, sold for 2.5 million Euro at the PSI auction and is just the tip of his iceberg of exclusive offspring. Sagnol's dam comes from the famous Holstein mare line 776, the legendary Ramiro line, that never ceases to produce great highlights such as the sires Acorado, Calvados, Cortino, Lordanos or Rouletto.

Sapphire's dam is the buckskin Swedish Warmblood mare Clair de Lune (aka Luna). Luna was imported from Sweden and between being a career broodmare, her other duties were teaching riding lessons as she has such a quiet and lovely nature. Luna had 13 foals before retiring at the age of 18yrs.

Sapphire has a lovely personality and she is very people orientated. Super typey and pretty in appearance, we look forward to starting "Saffy" undersaddle in another year or so as well as the wonderful offspring we will have in the future.




Sagnol
Oldenburg
Sandro Hit
Oldenburg
Sandro Song
Oldenburg
Loretta
Oldenburg
La Belle
Holsteiner
Landadel
Holsteiner
Prinzess
Holsteiner
Clair de Lune
Swedish Warmblood
Bernstein
Swedish Warmblood
Napoleon
Swedish Warmblood
Bristol Cream
Swedish Warmblood
Wilma
Swedish Warmblood
Asterix
Swedish Warmblood
Kalida
Swedish Warmblood







Sagnol is a beautiful modern type stallion, with three super gaits. Sagnol's foal's are also proving to be in demand by FEI rider's looking for their top horse. Sagnol is siring very elegant foals, with beautiful heads and necks, correct conformation, and very elastic movement. The Sagnol offspring are doing very well under saddle as well, they are proving to be smart easy horses that are easy to ride, and have great work ethics. They are sought out by both amateurs and proffesionals alike. In 2007 Sagnol also became of one the very few outside stallions ever to be approved by the American Holsteiner Horse Association.



Sandro Hit has several Bundeschampions, Dressage World Champions, a number of licensing champions, Grand Prix winners and successful progeny at World Cups. He has sired 11 winners of the Bundeschampionship. As a six year old, he won the Bundeschampionship and became World Champion of the six year old dressage horses. He is currently one of the best producers of dressage Grand Prix horses.



Landadel is one of those rarest of creatures – a stallion who sires top dressage as well as jumping progeny. Indeed at the 2001 World Cups, Landadel was unique in producing representatives in both the dressage and jumping finals, with the exquisite Leonardo da Vinci in the dressage with Gonnelien Rothenberger, and, in the jumping, Helena Weinberg’s Little Gun.



Bernstein ranked 2nd for gaits, 4th for conformation and was 7th overall with a score of 93% in teh 2003 BLUP, and that same year was #28 on the USEF Leading Dressage Sires Rankings. He ranked 3rd for gaits and 6th for conformation in teh 2000 BLUP, and won his stallion test in Sweden receiving 9's for his trot and canter. Bernstein was the Breeder's Trophy stallion winner for dressage in 2001.



Asterix left Flyinge and came to NA in 1995 where he continued to compete in FEI Prix St. Georges. Asterix was well known in Sweden for passing on his wonderful movement to his offspring and is credited with having a very strong mare line. During his stallion testing in Sweden, Asterix received 9's for his walk and trot both at liberty and under saddle and was awarded 42 points in total (out of a possible 50) scoring 1 point higher than Sweden's dressage star Briar.