Rockette - Reno x Lovely Girl/Barring
2002 Oldenburg mare
Dam of 7 Premium foals including Coco Noir, Rockwood SBF and Fili SBF
Reno - 1996 Holsteiner Stallion
(Riverman x Gala/Caretino)
LOVELY GIRL -Barring x Goldika x Grossadmiral
Dam of Rockette, grand-dam of Coco Noir
All About Reno
Just a few accomplishments
2015 WEF 5 Medium Amateur Owner Jumper Champion
2014 New York Horse & Pony Amateur Owner Jumper Reserve Champion
2012 Zone II HOY Standings ~ 9th Place Amateur Owner Jumper
2012 Hampton Classic $5,000 Amateur Owner Jumper ~ 1st Place
2012 Fieldstone Summer Show Case 1 $25000 Grand Prix ~ 6th Place
2012 Princeton Horse Show II $30,000 Grand Prix ~ 12th Place
2012 HITS on the Hudson II Amateur Owner Jumper Champion
2011 HITS on the Hudson II Medium Amateur Owner Jumper Champion
2011 Old Salem Farm May II Low Amateur Owner Jumper Champion
2011 WEF 10 Low Amateur Owner Jumper Champion
2011 WEF 3 Low Amateur Owner Jumper Champion
2010 Brownland Farm Spring 1 $25,000 Grand Prix ~ 2nd Place
2010 Lake St. Louis Hunter/Jumper $15,000 Grand Prix ~ 1st Place
2009 Lake St. Louis Hunter/Jumper IV $10,000 Grand Prix ~ 2nd Place
2005 Horse Shows by the Bay III $25,000 Grand Prix ~ 7th Place
2005 Horse Shows by the Bay II $25,000 Grand Prix ~ 9th Place
2005 Horse Shows by the Bay I $25,000 Grand Prix ~ 3rd Place
2000 Mid-West IJF Champion
Liscensed ISR/Oldenburg Stallion ~ Reserve Champion of 100-Day Test
About Lovely Girl
Just a few of her Major Accomplishments
Winner- $35,000 WEF I Lyte Now Inaugural Cup
Winner - 1998 World Equestrian Games Trial #6
2nd - 1998 World Equestrian Games Trial #7
4th - $100,000 WEF Jaguar Gold Coast Grand Prix
US Equestrian Team Member at CSIO Aachen (GER) & CSIO Rotterdam (NED)
Rockette is now enjoying life as a performance horse!
16.2h | 1990 | Holsteiner Stallion
Redfort – Landego – Calypso II
Riverman was the Reserve Champion of his Holsteiner stallion licensing, where he was titled the “Top Model” of the approvals. Riverman stood as a Verband stallion for three years, producing high percentages of premium offspring. After these foal crops, Riverman stood 2nd in the 2000 German FN’s Jumping Index and 3rd in the Overall Index for stallions of his age group, due to the success of his offspring in both dressage and jumping competition.
Shortly after his importation to the US, Riverman won the 1995 Grand Championship at Dressage at Devon. His clearly suspended and elevated movement showed tremendous fluidity and suppleness, and combined with his beautiful type captured the attention of breeders in North America.
Due to the demands of his breeding schedule, Riverman was only competed one season in the US, but he continued his training through the Grand Prix level. His powerful gaits, generated from an active hind leg, made the work easy for this talented stallion and piaffe and passage were particular favorites in his training.
Riverman’s pedigree offers access to many of the top bloodlines successful in international sport. His sire Redfort was a successful Grand Prix dressage horse, but descends from lines best known for their show jumping talent. Redfort is by Rebel Z, the full brother to Olympic Medalists Ratina Z and Renomee Z. Rebel I Z was ranked as the top jumper sire in 1995/1996 by the WBFSH and is also the broodmare sire of Hanoverian State Stallion El Bundy.
Riverman descends from the Holsteiner Stamm 4 through his dam Alexis III. Her sire Landego is a son of the legendary Landgraf I. Landgraf was known for his lovely face, good movement, and excellent character, but it was his jumping ability, and the consistency with which he passed this ability on, that have made him one of the most influential show jumping sires of all-time. Another legendary Holsteiner stallion, Cor de la Bryere, is found further back in Alexis’s pedigree and anchors the genetics which Riverman offers.
It is Riverman’s offspring though that set him apart as a truly exceptional sire. We rarely see the results that Riverman’s offspring have produced in so many different venues and at all levels. Show jumping talent is no surprise given Riverman’s pedigree as well as FEI dressage riders seek out Riverman offspring for their elegance and elastic movement.
We have run into a small snag in regards to Rockette. My 10 year old son has fallen madly and hopelessly in love with her. He asked if we could get her trained so he could ride her. I reluctantly agreed as I have 3 fablous offspring out of her and would love another. Low and behold this mare is a true gem. She not only went back to work like she only had a month off instead of the years she went without a saddle on, within a week my son was on her! What a brilliant mind. I don't imagine I will be allowed to breed her anytime soon, so my plans on a stallion will have to wait.