CREE - Approved
||CWHBA SPT - Olds, AB|
|Date of Birth:
||Not Tested/Not Declared|
||Mandala du Lac; contact Laurie James|
||22330 Twp Rd 522, Sherwood Park, AB T8C 1G3|
||780-922-3000; 780-220-6922; |
Cree was the Champion of the Canadian Warmblood Stallion Performance test in 2005; first in the dressage index, second in the jumping index. He had scores of 10 for character, constitution, and rideability, and 9 for temperament, willingness, and jumping scope.
Cree stands 17 hands two inches; dark bay in colour. His lines are long and elegant, his head is beautiful and his expression is kind. He will add height, charisma, elegance, and a wonderful work ethic into the mix.
Cree has a Scandinavian heritage, a Swedish mother and a Danish father, two sides of an impeccable pedigree. His sire, Come Back II is a son of Cor de la Bryere. Come Back II has been an international competitor in Grand Prix Dressage; is in the top 10 hunter sires in the US; and is known for producing competitive jumpers. He was horse of the year in Denmark in 2002 and was the winner of his 100 day test in Germany in 1995.
Cree's mother Symfonie is a Premium A mare with the Swedish Warmblood Association. She has produced 10 'class I' foals including an approved Swedish Warmblood stallion, an approved Canadian Warmblood stallion, and several dressage champions. Symfonie was reserve champion 3 year old in Sweden in 1995. She was given 10 for type, 9 for head, neck and body, 8 for legs, and 8's for gaits, winning her the coveted Swedish Diploma for mares. Her sire, Strauss was a 3 time Olympic competitor with the Swedish dressage team.
Cor de la Bryere and Landgraf I are legendary in European breeding. Other famous horses in Cree's family include Ochidee, gold medal in the Seoul Olympics; Montevideo, gold medal in the LA Olympics, and Corlandus, silver medal in Seoul.
In 2009 Cree has also been approved with the Canadian Sport Horse registry.
|Come Back II
||Cor de la Bryere SF
|Unigunda 10161||Misa 04-86-1604