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SPOTLIGHT ON


MARYLAND-BREDS


Devons Capriole, Capri, is an Oldenberg by Devon Heir and out of GNF Crescendo*/*/*, bred and owned by Gabrielle Cottone.


Therese Schuler of Lead Off Farm bred the Oldenburg NA Kalled Strike LOF (Cedrus MM x Zamboni Babe).


Commanding The Gods, aka Poseidon, was born October 20, 2020 at Dana Grafft’s Frederick farm. He is an AQHA colt by Commandalena and out of Se- dosos Freckled Bar.


Magnifi c Ivan is a Cleveland Bay/Thor- oughbred cross by the Thoroughbred sire Magnifi c Monarch and out of the Cleve- land Bay mare Magnifi c Hot Lips. He is owned by Kay Anderson and was bred by Magnifi c Sport Horses.


Donʼt forget to send your Maryland- bred photos to editor@equiery.com.


The Clydesdale Proteges Disciple is by Gregglea Azars Protégé and out of Belleau W.S. Adriana. He is owned by Page Etzler and bred by Jack & Michelle Parnell.


Ali Calkins of Forward Strides, LLC, owns and bred the Westfalen L’egant Star, whom she calls Stella. The mare is by Legaczy and out of Annabelle.


Game On HTF is a Hanoverian bred and owned by Hilltop Fram, Inc. He is by Glam- ourdale and out of Qindle HTF.


MS Wimpolution, an AQHA by Einstein Rev- olution, is owned and bred by Bar M Perfor- mance Horses.


56 | JUNE 2021 | THE EQUIERY YOUR MARYLAND HORSE COUNCIL PUBLICATION


Wynnfi eld Sunset is sired by the Maryland Standardbred stallion Doggone Yankee and out of Wynnfi eld Molly. After being born, raised and raced in Maryland by owner Pam Polk, Wynnfi eld Sunset is now a broodmare at Polk’s Berlin farm.


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