Name: Fajita CS
Breed: British Hanoverian
Date of Birth: 17 May 2022
Dam Sire: Wild Child x Hotline x Weltmeyer
Expected Height: 171/172cm
Asking price: £12,000
Fajita CS is a personable, intelligent foal, whose presence is instantly noticed.
She has been bred for longevity, talent and character. She is a beautiful blend of modern athletic sport horse breeding, and reliable, sound old school classics.
Fajita is well put together; an uphill frame with a strong back and powerful hindquarters, coupled with paces that are of very high quality too.
Her walk, trot and canter have a high degree of articulation of the hocks and knees, but she also moves with a lots of swing and suppleness through her body.
Her sire, Freigeist, had his first crop of foals in 2022 and they look highly convincing. He carries the blood of Grand Prix successful 2020 Hanoverian Grande Prize recipient, Foundation, and the Damsire Competent, an athletic dual purpose stallion. A combination where both Sire and Damsire have produced an impressive number of licensed stallions and sport horses.
Fajita CS’s dam, Woodlander Wuanita, comes directly from Woodlnader Stud, the home of Double World Young Horse champion, Woodlander Farouche.
The sire is Wild Child, a Wavavoom son of Woodlander Farouche, who broke records at the British Breeding Futurity as a foal himself and then his offspring followed suit with multiple Elite foals and Premiums awarded.
At least 3 of his sons from the first crop are internationally licensed stallions (Hann and OLD), with two of them winning their performance tests in Germany.
Fajita CS’s Granddam, Elite Havana Moon, combines the classic older fashioned breeding of Hotline x Weltmeyer. She has an exceptional hind leg and a very noble and intelligent character. Havana Moon was ridden by Michael Eilberg (GBR) as a young horse before a stable injury ended her sports career. The Eilberg family bought Havana’s first foal, Rihanna (by Rousseau), who is highly successful up to Advanced Medium, looking very promising for the higher levels. The mare has averaged 73% at Advanaced Medium and 3 weeks ago she qualified for the British National Championships after winning her Regional show with 73% under Maria Francesca Eilberg. Her sparkling competition record can be seen here.
Also from this dam line comes licensed stallion and Grand Prix competitor, Wenckstern.
Videos of her siblings and other relatives from the immediate damline are available. The breeder owns the Dam and Granddam.
A talented competition home is sought for this super foal.
Located in the U.K.
Owner Contact Info
- Julia Wilkinson
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org