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I’m thinking about repeating the breeding to Bella 25, the Quidam de Revel x Corrado mare. She is a really nice producer,” Barbara continues. Barbara owns Leapfrog’s dam, Grandessa (Carthago


x Landfriese II) and his sire LioCalyon (Liostro x Calypso). “I like how the Carthago mare has bred, and love Lio,” she says. Grandessa also produced two other top jumpers. Wild Turkey Farm sends young horses to Colts


Unlimited in Wyoming to be started with Charlie and Hilary Carrel. “The Carrels got Leapfrog when he was a coming three-year-old and they had him for six months. Until he left to Charlie’s, he lived out on the farm. I hung out with him. Our youngsters live outside till they go out to Charlie’s. I’m so happy he is part of our program. I love that he treats them all as individu- als. He’s a good guy. I’ve been working with him close to 15 years,” she says. “I develop a lot of young horses. I start all the young


horses for Wild Turkey Farm, and I started Leapfrog. The top horses I start for them go on to Mandy,” Charlie says.


Charlie is referring to Mandy Porter, who started


showing Leapfrog in young jumper classes. He won the 2018 USHJA Zone 9 Horse of the Year for 7-Year-Old Jumpers title and is now jumping 1.40m classes. “It’s the partnership he and Mandy have together,”


Barbara says when asked what’s special about Leap- frog’s jumping. “She took a lot of time with him. As a young stallion, he was so big and powerful. They needed to get their partnership going.” She compares him with his sire, saying. “He is so much like his sire. He might be better than Lio.” Lio competed for ten years, with Mandy showing him through the Grand Prix level. The gray Leapfrog has a black mane and forelock.


Barbara wants to maintain his distinctive style. “Mandy signed a contract with me that she could never cut his mane or forelock, and she can’t thin his tail or make his tail too short. It’s all part of his look,” says Barbara. “I love the boy. It’s fun because I was there the night he was born. It’s fun to watch him grow up. I’m so happy Mandy is part of my team.”


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