Mirabella NHF


Lectra (Lexi) is a nice registered Dutch warmblood mare. She is an easy keeper, has nice manners and is easy to handle. She was bred to be a Dressage horse. She has been used the last few years as a brood mare. She has bred some wonderful foals. Her last foal went on to be the North American Yearling Hunter Champion at the KWPN keuring. And her foal before that has been accepted into the KWPN main mare book with a lot of potential for the jumping ring. Her foals have a lot of presence, intelligence and confidence. She is a wonderful mom and it would be neat to see her enjoy another baby. She is currently open and ready for breeding as she is in good weight. She has taken with both fresh and frozen semen.

She holds her own in the pasture as she is not dominant or submissive – just doesn’t like the drama. She likes to crib but doesn’t do it at all with a collar on. She is neat in her stall, so easy to clean. She loads well, vaccinated, Coggins, cross-ties, great for farrier, leads great, etc. She is a lady and would make a great addition to a breeding program. Can be lightly ridden but its been awhile.


Hamira (Ruby) is a 2 year old (3 in May) modern type mare with correct conformation and a beautiful head. Her fantastic gaits and steady rhythm will make her well suited as a competition horse, as well as her bravery and level-headed attitude. Hamira won her Yearling Hunter division class at the KWPN 2013 inspection and went on to become the 2013 North American Yearling Hunter Champion. The following is what the judges had to say about her at inspection: “well developed, elegant, tall, long-lined, good connections in the top-line, correct legs and supple in movement”.

She enjoys learning new things and has proven to be a quick learner. She trailers well, leads great, used to blankets & polos, cross-ties, great for farrier and loves attention. She likes playing in the arena over ground poles and jumps and does great when we belly-up on her. She willingly accepts wearing a bridle and being saddled.

Her sire ‘Sir Sinclair’ is an exceptional stallion from the well known Iron Spring Farms, with the perfect combination of temperament, talent and bloodlines. An impressive athlete, he competed through Prix St. Georges with scores in the ‘70s. As a young horse, he was named the 2005 Markel/USEF National FEI 6-Year-Old Champion and the USDF FEI 6-Year-Old Horse of the Year. In 2006, Sir Sinclair won the Prix St. Georges Challenge at Dressage at Lexington, with a score of 72.5%.

As a sire he’s equally remarkable. He won the Get of Sire class at the prestigious Dressage at Devon Breed Show an unprecedented four consecutive times from 2006-2009. He is the sire of an Approved stallion, as well as winning FEI horses, breed show champions and Star and Keur mares. Many Sir offspring have been named KWPN-NA North American Champions in both dressage and hunter divisions, showing his impressive versatility as a sire. In fact in 2014 Sir Sinclair was given th ‘Keur’ title which indicates his achievements.

Hamira is an excellent choice for your future Hunter horse and her breeding and movement would suit her well in the Dressage ring. Looking for wonderful home – serious inquiries only. Thank you.


A great opportunity to own a Negro offspring. “Indee” is a modern type filly with three wonderful gaits. Her bloodlines are impressive and she would make a beautiful, flashy athlete.

Her sire Negro is a brilliant performer living up to the standard set by the sport horses behind him. At his Stallion Performance Test in 1998 he was Reserve Champion overall and was described as an ‘honest, reliable stallion that really likes to go. The walk is big and powerful, his trot has a lot of impulsion, and he has a scopey, powerful canter.” Negro’s canter was awarded an exceptionally high 8.5 and his jumping ability also impressed with no score less than 7.5 for jumping.

One of Negros most successful offspring Valegro (ds. Gershwin) won the 2012 Team and Individual Gold Medals at the Olympics, the 2013 European Championships, and the 2014 World Equestrian Games with scores as high as 92%.

Indees dams side is just as impressive with horses in her pedigree such as Prestige (Gran Prix Dressage); Silvano (Olympic Elite); Nimmerdor, Lady Killer, etc.

Great opportunity to own the best that breeding has to offer with Olympic level horses on both the top and bottom of her pedigree – and she has the chrome to top it off.

Emerald Angel

Coming 6 year old hunter mare with excellent feet and forward movement.



This sweet guy has done it all—jumping, dressing, eventing clinics, trail rides, western saddle, English saddle, long-lining, etc. He is like a puppy dog trapped in a horse’s body and would follow you around all day if he could. I have owned him for the past 10 years and am sad that I just don’t have the time for him right now.

Viceroy loves attention and treats. He cross-ties, self-loads into the trailer, is cooperative for the farrier (has lovely feet), worming & vaccination program. He’s been blanketed to keep a nice coat, and even knows how to beg nicely for a treat.

He has very powerful hindquarters and can transition into a canter from the walk. He is good with lateral work and moves off the leg nicely. Viceroy collects up well and can perform a flying lead change if you set him up right. He likes a confident rider for times when he is afraid of something, but a pat on the neck goes a long way.

Viceroy is looking for a loving home where he will get daily turn-out time. He would do best with daily handling and attention.

Viceroy is out of the Dutch stallion Bolleem who was ridden by the Olympic rider Michael Poulin. Bolleem’s accomplishments as a Grand Prix dressage competitor are too numerous to mention, but highlights include 5th All Breeds Awards, 5th HOY Awards, selection for the USET developing horse list and the USET training list. Bolleem was an athletic, talented, and charming horse.