Delivered on May 21st, 2007 by a surrogate mare. She is a lovely specimen with lots of personality.
MW Riviera is a talented 2007 premium GOV mare out of the only known Rosenkavalier mare in North America. Rosenkavalier is also sire to Rubinstein, Blue Hors Romancier, Rhythmic Dancer, and Ravenna to name a few. Rubenstein is by far his most successful. Rubinstein is sire of the late Rohdiamant and many successful proven mares and stallions. Rosenkavalier offspring are known for their confidence, trainability, color, and presence in the ring. MW Riviera has this.
In 2009 as a two year old she received an 81.25 in front of an USEF “I” judge for her confirmation and movement. In 2011 she received a 77% in her under saddle materiale class from a USEF “S” judge.
Riviera has been a joy to raise and has no vices. She is uncomplicated and has been a joy to train. She has an uncanny rhythm in her work. She has been shown in-hand extensively and is easy to groom, cross-tie, load, trailer, etc. She is honest and willing to work. Riviera has three very good gaits with trot being the highlight. She is also has a super jump over fences (free jump) with nice tuck and spring. For sale to a show home only, but with her bloodlines, she is also a perfect broodmare candidate at some point in her career. Currently stands 16.2 hands. Please contact us if you would like additional photos and videos.
Winning filly 2007 with upper 77%+!!
73%, 77% as yearling in 2008 qualifying breed shows
Received 81.70% as two-year-old in 2009 qualifying breed show!
77% In Material class 2011
UPDATE – “She was awarded the title of Verbands Premium (with a total score of 7.38), she finished second overall for the day and she won the highest jumping score with an 8! We continue to enjoy every moment with this wonderful horse and I wanted to thank you again for selling her to us.” – Lovely message from her current owners.
UPDATE: – “Riviera’s produced an embryo via transfer for us. It was her first. He was just born and inspected and was not only a Premium Foal of Distinction but was named a stallion prospect!”