2008, black GOV Mare
San Amour/ Rosenkavalier/ Milan
Bred By: Maplewood Warmbloods
SOLD – NC, USA
Rosie is a super young mare wth 3 high-quality gaits and the color most adore. Avoid the uncertainty of buying from a broker as she was bred, born, raised, started, and continues to train here at MWW. She is 100% sound with no vices. Clips, loads, etc. without issue. She is a modern type with long legs. She is still figuring out how to use them. Old blood mixed with modern flair. She is still unfolding and filling out. She will finish at 16.2. She has joint freedom and a willing heart. She loves to hack alone or with others. Super safe in all conditions. As with all young horses she needs a patient and balanced rider with gentle hands. She will take care of her rider. She will develop into your dream horse. Ride now breed later! Though we prefer a show home, she is also a super broodmare prospect with her outstanding pedigree and damline. She is from the only known Rosenkavalier mare in North America. Rosies dam is the stallion Rubinsteins half sister. He was stallion of the century in his time. Her sire San Amour also needs no introduction. A Sandro Hit son with elegant and powerful movement. He received his Hauptpremium status in 2008 and is now schooling GP. This is a unique mare. Not another one North America.
August 2013 – now schooling all of the Second Level movements and addition to some pretty nice half steps. Her lateral work is spectacular. Still growing, filling out, and learning what to do with those long legs. A pretty special mare I would say.
**Super Clean XRays from 8/27/13.
2008 – Qualifed for Region 8 Championships with a 75%, and 76% at Qualifying Breed Shows.
2008 – Sire San Amour receives his hauptpremium status!
2009 – Receives 82.1% from USEF “I” Judge and qualifies for the Region 8 Championships!
2011 – Receives high acolades and scores and enters into the GOV Main Mare Book.
2013 – Receives “8” for gaits from 5* judge in TLT3. 63% which included some rider errors. Judge stated “super nice horse”.