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                Wild Horse Valley Ranch 1994

KALLISTA RULER
Kallista Ruler is that once in a life time horse.
Starman as we call him is a 1983 Thoroughbred born in California. He was never raced but became a super star in the Three-Day Eventing and Dressage world.

Most Event horses specialize in their jumping ability. I trained Starman to Prix St. George Level dressage where we won awards for consistant scores over 68%. I competed him in Hunter classes and won High Point Hunter 2 years in a row and I evented him. We placed fourth at the North American Young Rider Championships in 1994 and went on to try out for the Pan American Games in 1995. We were long listed for the Olympic 3 Day Event team in both 1996 and 2000.

To have a horse that has so many talents is really spectacular.

Starman in now fully retired and enjoys days lounging in the sun with his paddock mates!


             American Valley Horse Trials 2005

GOED THYMS
Goed Thyms is my special boy.

Also know as Dane, he is a Dutch Warmblood Thoroughbred cross. His mother was my second horse and due to a terrible injury was retired at an early age and was used as a brood mare. Dane's father was from California and Dane was born in 1988.

I trained him from the ground up and Evented him to Intermediate and Dressage to Third Level. Definitely NOT a dressage horse, I also competed him in Jumper and Puissance classes. He injured a tendon and was retired to being a school horse. He has a special place in my heart because he is so much like his mother Wanda.




           Woodside Horse Trials 2009

LETHAL INDUSTRY
Lethal Industry, barn name Phynn, is a 2001 Holsteiner that I bought in October of 2006.
 
He was a bit questionable when I first got him, but continues to impress me with how incredibly smart and willing he is.

Phynns ability to learn and adapt to new situations is unlike any other horse I have met.  He is becoming quite the star at competitions in the Dressage, Hunter/Jumper, and Eventing world and is always being complimented of how "cute" he is.  Unfortunately when you stand only 15.2 hands, you will never out grow "cute", but he sucks it up like a sponge and loves the attention.

We are looking forward to competition season in 2012