Kardinal 9033

David Collins on Kardinal

Kaliber 574 - Utrillo 432 - Pompe 40

Kardinal completed his event testing in Sweden and was imported to the US.  An impressive 17 hands with eye-catching markings, exceptional gaits and excellent work ethic. While having a professional dressage career,
he also jumped in wonderful form. Not only does he possess impressive physical traits, but he has an extremely kind disposition and is easy to handle.

Kardinal consistently passes on his kind disposition and good work ethic to his offspring. Breeding to Kardinal also produces beautiful, expressive heads, good bone and improves gaits. His offspring have all scored consistently well during inspections and have excellent trainability. Kardinal’s sire, Kaliber, produced several approved stallions, including “Sack,” who competed for Sweden in the 2004 Olympics ridden by Minne Telde.

Kardinal has had a 100% conception rate at Normandy Manor Farm.

Stud fee: $1,500   (fresh and frozen semen available)

Falcon 9017

Ganesco 503 - Unesco 428 - Brabant 448  

FalconFalcon spent most of his years on the West Coast of the US, but is now available on the East Coast for breeding. He was competed to Fourth Level dressage under both owner and trainer, Ulla Boysen.

Although Falcon is an older stallion, his semen is still excellent, with good motility and concentration. All of the mares bred to him at NMF have become pregnant on the first insemination. Although Falcon previously had many foals to his credit, his foals produced at NMF have been extremely impressive. ALL of his foals have inherited his balanced gaits, extremely fluid canters, light movement and elegant body type.

Falcon's sire Ganesco was awarded the 1987 Breeder's Trophy in Sweden and is the sire of four approved stallions.  A number of his offspring compete in FEI dressage and advanced jumping. Falcon's dam Florina received her "Elite" status in 1991 and has produced outstanding foals, two of which are in the USA. Falcon's son Seahawk was the only SWB inspected on the 1989 national tour to receive a 10 for gaits.

Stud fee: $1,500 (fresh cooled semen  -- frozen semen also available on request)


DavinciFrozen semen available

Davinci  (Davignon, by Donnerhall out of Marlen by Mowgli)

Davinci placed FIRST in the open semifinals 7/7/03 and FIRST in the finals on 9/7/03 at Falsterbo Scandinavian Open.  Competing in the World Championships young dressage horses in Verden, Germany, placed 4th in the semifinals and 8th in the finals.  Davinci placed first for gaits at his stallion approvals, Flyinge, Sweden.

Dam, Marlen has had three approved stallions.  Her son Moliere is sold to Australian olympic rider Mary Hanna. Marlen has achieved the "Tatis Anderssons Broodmare Prize" in Sweden.  

Davinci is currently ridden by Hans Peter Minderhoud and trained by Anky Von Grunsven.

Stud fee:  $1,500  Frozen Semen Only