|Our breeding program started with a
specially selected Stallion.
||Braveheart is an incredibly well bred
16.3hh Swedish stallion. His pedigree includes Gaspari on both his sire and
dam's side. Gaspari competed at the 1960 and 1964 Olympics for Sweden.
We were sad to learn of Braveheart's passing in 2015.
|Braveheart is schooled to Prix St. Georges and has been jumped over 4 foot
courses. He competed at Training Level Eventing in 1999 at the age of 4. He
scores consistent 9's for canter work under saddle. Collective scores of
straight 8's. At his CSH inspection in 2000, he was scored 81.5%.
|Braveheart was matched with our prize
winning Canadian Sport Horse Mare -
Prospect's Atheana to produce
our incredible 2007 Canadian Sport Horse F1 -
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Prospect's Bravestrom has produced two
outstanding horses and was subsequently gelded to continue his dressage
career. Go to
Prospect's Horses to view our
|Donnegan is a Hannoverian Stallion
by Don Frederico.
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|Ridden by FEI Rider Melanie
Thomson, in 2012 Donnegan began his FEI career, at the Prix St. Georges
level, where he continued his immense success in the show ring. He won
several championships, and was the Greenhawk PSG series High Point Champion.
With the season finale, he became a Dressage Canada Gold Medal winner.
Donnegan was also Champion of his AHS stallion
licensing and approval in Maryland this year, receiving top marks from the
elite panel of judges. He was praised for his gaits,head, frame and overall
impression. Donnegan was awarded 8's across the board for his
exceptional gaits. Donnegan's talent and subsequent success in all areas,
from show ring to stallion inspection, are a result of his state of the art
His fine bloodlines will
certainly appeal to discerning breeders. Donnegan has some of the most
renowned dressage stallions of all time on both sides of the family tree
(Walt Disney/World Cup 1 & Don Frederico/Donnerhall). To cap off this
amazing year, Don Frederico (Donnegan's sire) was named 2012 Hanoverian
Stallion of the Year by the German Verband.
Donnegan is being bred to
Prospect's Free Spirit
(by Freedom Z) for the first Hannoverian foal at Prospect.
|Vantage is a Canadian Sport Horse
Stallion by Viva Voltaire (Voltaire)
Vantage is an exciting,
up and coming, 2007 Canadian Sport Horse stallion. He stands 16.2hh, has
very correct conformation with a big, balanced stride and great jump. He's
got a lot of personality but not a mean bone in his body. Vantage is sired
by Viva Voltaire, who at his 100 day performance test in Neustadt/Dosse,
scored 9’s for his character, temperament, ability to work, willingness to
work and his jumping ability. Vantage’s grand sire is the world famous
Voltaire, one of the most influential show jumping sires of the present day,
the result of crossing two outstanding bloodlines: Furioso II and Gotthard.
Voltaire sired more offspring at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta than any
other. He has over 30 approved sons in Europe and many of his offspring show
at the Grand Prix level. Vantage’s dam is Piedratel, a large and impressive
American bred thoroughbred. Piedratel was chosen for her great athleticism;
power, size, strength, balance and stunning movement. During her 2004
inspection, at the age of 16, Piedratel was awarded 8’s for her substance,
temperament, sport horse type and 9’s for correctness and movement. She was
awarded the highest scores for movement and had the second highest overall
score at her inspection, out of some very impressive warmblood mares.
Vantage’s 2010 debut in the show ring was a huge success. At his very first
breed show, the Braecrest Summer Showcase, he won every conformation class
he entered. Vantage then entered the Fieldstone Farm Breeder’s Show where he
won the 3 year old Canadian Sport Horse class and was awarded the titles of
Sr. Champion followed by Grand Champion of show.
|Gatsby is an Oldenburg stallion
standing at Mountain Creek Sport Horses by Gonzo I - Pedigree
Gatsby is by the legendary elite Hanoverian
stallion, Gonzo I. Gonzo competed successfully as a Puissance horse in
Europe under the Olympian Frank Sloothak, clearing the 7’2” wall on several
occasions. Now THAT takes a lot of heart, as Puissance horses jump walls
they cannot see over at all. In the realm of showjumping, Gonzo I’s pedigree
is impeccable. His dam was a full sister to the legendary Deister, who in
one decade with the Olympian Paul Schockemoehle amassed $1.5 million in
earnings, wining an Olympic Silver medal, four German National Championships
and three European Championships. Gonzo I’s sire, Gepard, produced Hunter
sire, All the Gold and 12 Grand Prix showjumpers. His grandsire, Gotthard,
is the most famous jumping sire in the Hanoverian breed. Gonzo also competed
successfully through 4th level dressage, which is a feat unto itself,
considering that he accomplished this achievement After completing an
illustrious Grand Prix showjumping career. His offspring are much sought
after by both professionals and amateurs in all disciplines. Gonzo I has
produced States Premium mares in Germany, and his German FN recorded
Dressage Production Index (for offspring) has now equaled his Jumping
Production Index. After Gonzo I was imported to the United States, he became
the most requested Hanoverian stallion between 1995-1997. Gatsby’s dam line
descends from the legendary Seattle Slew, who remains to this day the only
undefeated Triple Crown winner in history. His Thoroughbred influence really
lends itself to the lightness and athleticism characteristic in Gatsby’s
foals. Seattle Slew earned Horse of the Year honors in 1977 and was elected
to the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame. In the Blood-Horse
magazine’s ranking of the top 100 U.S. Thoroughbred champions of the 20th
Century, Seattle Slew was ranked number 9. Gatsby’s lineage is filled with
royalty! His pedigree marks not only achievement and success, but also
incredible heart and depth of character. Both his sire and dam lines
represent horses that literally went “above and beyond” the normal call of
duty and were achievers of extraordinary feats.