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This colt is FANCY, FANCY, FANCY...and has a pedigree to back it up..!

Palomino warmblood filly

DOB: 8th December 2023

Sire:   Fynch Hatton (IFS) (Formel Eins/ Sir Donnerhall/ Weltmeyer/ Bolero)

Dam: Byalee Bride (Byalee Briar/ Bernstein/ Bolero/ Brentano II)

Fox is by the outstanding Danish Dressage Stallion Fynch Hatton who placed 2nd at the Danish Dressage Horse Championship for 5-year-old horses
Won gold at the 2020 Bundeschampionate for 4-year-old stallions 

From his first crops of foals, Fynch Hatton OLD has produced a series of price sensation foals: his daughter Brandtbjergs Fiji was the top price of the Schockemöhle/Helgstrand International Online Foal Auction, with a knock-down price of 79,500 euros. In Vechta, his daughter Flanell was sold for 55,000 euros, his son Fyre Festival for 50,250 euros and his son Fynn the Great for 47,000 euros. Fynch Hatton OLD passes on to his foals his strong conformation, his presence and his quality of movement that can hardly be surpassed. One of his daughters, Fynchessa, was sold for a high price via the PS Online Foal Auction to the international footballer and breeding expert Luis Figo. For his grandiose debut as a sire, he was awarded the Ib main premium at the Oldenburg Stallion Days in 2021.

Fynch Hatton was silver medallist at the Danish Championships for young dressage horses with Andreas Helgstrand/DEN. He received 9.5 for trot and canter, 9.4 for general impression, 9.3 for rideability and 8.5 for walk. This was a seamless continuation of his victory in 2020 at the German Championships for four-year-old stallions, where he even received the maximum score of 10 for canter. Previously, the Champion Stallion of the 8th Oldenburg Saddle Licensing had already successfully defended his Oldenburg Regional Championship title with exceptional scores (10 for trot, 9.5 for canter and rideability, 9.0 for conformation, 8.5 for walk). He also received very high scores for his stallion performance test in Denmark.

Fynch Hatton is out of the first crop of foals of the Westphalian Reserve Champion and winner of the annual Westphalian show Formel Eins, who also qualified for the German Championships and is a son of the World Championship team bronze medallist, Franziskus/Ingrid Klimke.

His dam St.Pr.St. Senorita Meyer produced the licensed stallion Fürst Magic (by Fürstenball), who is successful in Inter I classes with Dorothee Schneider, the premium stallion First Choice (by Fidertanz) and Four Roses (by Fürstenball), who was licensed in 2020 in Westphalia. She also produced Gut Wettlkam’s Fürst Donnerhall (by Fürstenball), who is successful in Prix St. Georges dressage competitions with Lisa Müller, and Frida Gold (by Franziskus), who came sixth at the German Foal Championships in Lienen.

The dam's sire Sir Donnerhall I has already leapt to the third place of the best dressage sires worldwide according to the WBFSH ranking. Himself second Reserve Champion of his licensing, Regional Champion, record winner of his stallion performance test, Vice World Champion of young dressage horses, German Champion and winner of the main premium, he can refer to over 100 licensed sons.

The grand-dam West Virginia also produced Santa Maria (by Sir Donnerhall I), who was successful up to Inter I.

Fynch Hatton OLD's pedigree also combines the finest dressage bloodlines with Weltmeyer, Bolero, Werther and Absatz.


Fox’s dam is the beautiful palomino mare who is bred with the best Grand Prix blood you can find.  She is by the imported stallion Byalee Briar, who is by the legendary international Grand Prix dressage stallion Bjorsells Briar 899, who has been the world's top dressage stallion and undeniably the most consistently performed stallion on the world stage for many years.  He first appeared at the Sydney Olympics 2000 and was still placing at international competition at 17 years old. 

Bailey is out of the wonderful Brentano II mare Belladonna, who has one of the sweetest natures found in a broodmare, and of course Brentano II is the sire of the world-famous Grand Prix mare Brentina who with Debbie McDonald has put American dressage on the map. 

Brentano II was the champion stallion at the stallion licensing in Verden in 1985 and runner-up in the performance testing in 1986.  His sire Bolero was responsible for not one but THREE Grand Prix horses at the Athens 2004 Olympics.

Fox has an enviable pedigree that makes him worthy of becoming a stallion prospect.  He is an inquisitive and fun colt to have around and will make an awesome sand dancing partner for some lucky rider.  Video is available on inquiry.

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Fynch Hatton (IFS)

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