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Jump-Star t Y our Future .. .


...With an Exceptional Prospect from New Spring Farm!


We have several ready-to-go young horses as well as younger horses with remarkable movement and top pedigrees. Shown above: a promising 2012 fi lly and truly a product of New Spring Farm. She is by Baron Verdi out of a Windfall daughter/ Amethyst granddaughter.


Photos, left to right: Astro by Baron Verdi; Tass Jones photo. Project Runway by Windfall; Emily Daily photo. Aurelia by Windfall; Merrick Studios photo. Asterion by Windfall; Emily Daily photo.


New Spring Farm


is producing get consistently like him, with incredible minds and extreme athleticism, as exemplifi ed by the winners on this page.


Baron Verdi


brings to America one of the most valuable dressage pedigrees (Partout, Monteverdi, Anduc), and backs it up with top scores in the national Young Dressage Horse competition and a Devon champion mature stallion ribbon. His offspring are nearly all bay, conformed like him,


easy to train and ride, and all have outstanding movement. 2006 son Astro won both the 4- and 5-year-old divisions of the USEA West Coast Young Event Horse championships.


Tim & Cheryl Holekamp | 573-442-0442 Trakehner Sporthorses Ad design: FreestyleGraphicDesign.com. Windfall photo: Timothy Holekamp.


www.newspringfarm.com www.americantrakehner.com


Producers of Multiple Young Event Horse Champions New Spring Farm offers potential future champions for sale.


Young prospects by Windfall and the rising dressage and eventing sire Baron Verdi are available at all times. Windfall supreme eventing stallion with Olympic, Pan Am, and Rolex **** wins,


Rachel Clarke 09, www.whinnies.com


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