2019 BWP/NAD Bonus Auction

5% Buyer's Premium
Foals from stallions that participate in the annual Stallion Service Auction are eligible to participate in the $3,500 Foal Futurity that coincides with the annual Keuring. Both Stallion Owners & Foal Owners are awarded in the Futurity payout.
The top 5 fillies and top 5 colts from SSA-participating stallions are awarded based on their keuring scores. Stallions that do not participate in the SSA can be nominated for a $250 fee so their foals can participate in the Foal Futurity. Nominations must be received prior to the annual Keuring. Foals resulting from SSA winning bids will receive a $75 credit towards their BWP/NAD registration.
Frozen/ICSI doses must be transfered in 2020. Stallion owners are under no obligation to store doses after 2020.
For questions related to individual stallion breeding terms, please contact the listed stallion manager.
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    1998 Belgian Sport Horse
    1.60m producer and top French dam line
    Methods Available: Frozen
    Stud Fee: $1,800
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    • Sex
    • Height
    • Born
      March 22, 1998
    • Color
    • Country of Birth
    • Bred By
      Van Dijck Hengstenhouderij
    • Year Licensed
    • EVA Status
    • Standing at
      Hyperion Stud
    • Location
      Barboursville, VA
    • Breed Registry
      BEL- 0 -32102 SBS Stud-Book SBS
    • Lic. Studbooks
      BWP, BWP/NAD
    • External Links
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    Bayard D'Elle
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    Double Espoir Selle Français
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    Opaline Des Pins
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    Chestnut · 1980
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    Jasmina Selle Français
    Oberon du Moulin
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    Laudanum Thoroughbred
    Herbe D'Auzay Selle Français
    Amaryllis D'Hex
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    Joyau Selle Français
    Darling Anglo-Arab
    Winning bid will receive two doses of frozen semen.

    BWP 'Elite' Stallion Obourg descends from one of the best French dam lines to date. As a young horse, Obourg was considered one of the BEST jumpers of the Belgian Young Horse circuit. After his importation to the United States, he continued a very successful career at the Grand Prix level with Olympian Lisa Jaquin. Together they would have several top placings in the Grand Prix divisions throughout North America. Most notably they placed 3rd in the $25,000 WEF Challenge Cup and 2nd at the Tournament of Champions in Canada in 2007. roughout 2008-2010 Obourg and Lisa placed 8th in the $50,000 Beacon Hill Grand Prix, 3rd & 5th in two $25,000 Princeton Grand Prix's, 7th in the Traverse City $30,000 Grand Prix and 7th in the D-Braider $30,000 Grand Prix.

    Obourg's Sire Richebourg, is highly ranked in the Belgian index of show jumping sires, and is considered one of the best stallions of his time. Richebourg is half brother to Olympic Quintus who nished 10th in the 2008 Olympic Games. As a 4 & 5 year old, Richebourg was crowned the Belgian Champion, and incredibly went on to be crowned the 6 and 7 year old Champion in France. At the age of 8, Richebourg was once again crowned the Belgian Champion with rider Jean-Claude Van Geenberghe, and at age 9 the "Horse of the Year".

    Richebourg's Dam, Opaline des Pains, is one of the best breeding mares in history who produced seven Olympic Champions! She produced approved stallions, Jus de Pomme, Richebourg, Shogun, Quintus and Tresor D'Opaline.

    On the Dam side, Jusquiame du Champenotte's sire, Oberon Du Moulin, had career w... see more
    • Contract Terms
      1 Year
    • Contact
      Vicky Castegren · email
    • Donated by
      Flintwood Farm
    • Stud Fee
    • Collection Fee
      Mare Owner Expense
    • Booking Fee
    • Shipping Fee
      Mare Owner Expense
    • Methods Avail.
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