|Zweibr�ckers in the News
As in 2007, Marion Dresel O'Connor of Cocolalla Creek Sporthorses has staged a strong showing in the USDF Sporthorse breeding ring, where her RPSI horses propelled her to Reserve Champion USDF Sporthorse Breeder of the year. Marion had multiple horses in the top five USDF Horse of the Year standings, as well as multiple RPSI All Breeds Awards Winners. Helping Marion earn her title was Wolkenkarat (Wolkenzauber x Hochkarat), USDF Horse of the Year for 3-year-old Materiale with an overall average of 77.1. Read More...
Elizabeth Callahan of Cool Na Grena Sporthorses, Oxford, MD, has seen her hard work rewarded at mare inspection time. Callahan
both bred and owns the two highest scoring mares in the US
for the entire RPSI Inspection tour in both 2007 ( Rehobeth - Premium Status and 57 pts) and 2008
(Balmoral - Premium Status and 55 pts)! Both of these mares have TB damlines. One mare is
currently competing in eventing, and the other recently retired from
eventing due to an injury. Congratulations to Elizabeth on her impressive breeding program! Read More...
Crossroads Farm (Nancy Maloney) is proud to announce that Ironman is #3 on the USEF list of Leading Sires for Hunter Breeding. Crossroads Farm's young Ironman son Ironrule finished the year as USEF National Reserve Champion 3-year-old for Hunter Breeding.
Ironrule ruled at the very prestigious American Royal in Kansas City, along with the other Ironman kids! Read more results for Crossroads Farm...
Rhein River Farm's Fuerst River H finished 5th in the Markel Young Horse Championship class for 4 year olds. Fuerst received 7.8 on the trot, 7.6 on the walk, and 8 on the canter. Fuerst River H also earned the Adequan/USDF All Breeds Award for FEI Four Year Olds. Read More...
October Hill Farm is proud to announce its purchase of one of show jumping's most prominent Thoroughbred stars, stallion and sire, Coconut Grove. Read the entire Press Release...
RPSI is once again sponsoring a 30-day stallion test, to be held at Silver Creek Farm in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, February 6th - March 7th, 2009. Stallions of all sporthorse breeds, Arabian or Thoroughbred, between the ages of 3 and 6, who are started under saddle (walk, trot, canter) with a reasonable level of fitness are welcome to attend. The final testing will be held on the last two days.
The 30-day test was developed in Germany to provide stallion owners with a safe, cost-effective way to fulfill their stallion's licensing requirements at an earlier age through a combination of standardized, on-site testing and performance results. Please contact Barbara Sikkink or Summer Stoffel at Silver Creek Sporthorses, or email the RPSI at email@example.com for more information.
Download a Brochure for the Spring 2009 30-Day-Test (same information as the Fall, 2008 Test)