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Dragonsmeade Onyx

Aiden is almost a mirror image of his multi World Champion sire, And The Beat Goes On, however, he also has the essences of Trophy’s Jade and HVK Bell Flaire mixed in his look. His motion is crisp and clean. His dam, Dragonsmeade’s High Drama, is a hot-to-trot filly out of one of our beloved world champion Cedar Creek Soliloquy. Aiden is now showing in youth and junior exhibitor park saddle with his new owners. We wish them lots of luck!

Dragonsmeade Sea Dragon

Brad is Dragonsmeade Axios and Christinia Dellarose’s first colt, and he is very special. He is as refined and beautiful as his dam, and as exotic as his sire. Sea Dragon has started his show career with trainer Mike Carpenter at Mike Carpenter Stables with a win at the Maine Morgan Classic Futurity class, and a reserve win in the very competitive Weanling Gala class at New England Morgan Horse Show in 2010.  He put on a great show for new owners, Richard Lee Hansing Jr. Family, at the 2012 Morgan Grand Nationals.  We wish them many victory passes with this handsome stallion in the future!

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Dragonsmeade Spectre

2017 has been an exceptional year for the this two year old’s debut show season! Cat was dynampic at our world championship show, and we can’t wait for the 2018 show season with the young horse!

Dragonsmeade Tahari

Sophia won two World Championships during her debut show season in 2009! She went on to win multiple regional championships for her new owners Richard and Pat Pitman! We Wish them many more years of wins and future foals out of this beautiful mare!

Dragonsmeade Varvatos

Justin made a dynamic debut his four year old year and ended the show season year winning both the Grand National and World Championship Four Year Old Park Saddle classes in 2011.  We were thrilled when the Sibler family bought him and owned him during his phenomenal first year as a show horse.  Shelly won the reserve title in the Park Saddle Masters class in 2012.  He is an amazing horse that has many more years of success in the future.

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Dragonsmeade Vendome

Max is a phenomenal stallion out of our beloved Dancity Gracious Remark and by our incredible Axios!  The cross is one we thought about for a while before we bred these two special horses.  He has the best qualities of both Spot and Forrest.  Max had a phenomenal world champion debut show season in 2014. He was “The Horse” everyone talked about at the Grand Nationals! Vendome is undefeated in all of his age group world championships since he was a two year old!

Dragonsmeade’s Infusion

When we repeated this cross in 2003 we prayed for a full sister to Fusion. Mia has far exceeded our expectations. She started out her show career with winning the 2007 World Champion Futurity Pleasure Driving Three Year Old and Reserve Champion Pleasure Driving Three Year Old. More recently, she won the 2013 World Champion Park Saddle Ladies class in OKC. Mia is now starting a new chapter by becoming a broodmare for our farm. Mia is due to have a filly by Dragonsmeade Axios in 2016.

HVK Obsidian

The 2001 World Champion Mare. She is a gorgeous black mare with impeccable bloodlines. Ling and Obi continued their World Champion partnership in the show ring through 2007 after winning the Amateur Ladies Pleasure Saddle class. Now retired Obi is continuing her fine record as a broodmare. Obi has produced four black foals, Own The Night and Dragonsmeade Axios by And The Beat Goes On, and Dragonsmeade Icon, by Mizrahi, for our farm. Obi is in foal to Bud for 2010. We are thrilled that Obi had a black full brother to Axios and Own The Night on May 3, 2010. Obi’s recipient for 2011 is Reo, and she had a beautiful black filly who is a full sister to our 2010 World Champion Stallion Dragonsmeade Icon on June 14, 2011.  Obi had another full sister to Icon in 2012. Obi is due to have colt by And The Beat Goes On in 2016. Obi had a black colt on February 25th!

Hylee’s Vega

Vega has a gorgeous Vigilmarch head, a long neck, nice shoulder, and a lot of trot. Her debut at the 2002 Grand Nationals was successful after she won the large yearling filly class. She then went on to receive the Reserve World Champion Junior Mare class. At the 2003 Grand National she won the Park Harness Mare and Gelding class. Meadow’s foals have not disappointed us!  She’s had three extraordinary fillies.  She’s due to have another filly by Dragonsmeade Axios in 2015.

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SSLLC Vantage Point

Ace and Ling had a very successful show season debut at the 2017 Gasparilla Charity! They continued their winning ways at Southern States. Ace and Ling almost look as though they were made for each other! He is a big, dynamic gelding, and we are sure they will continue their winning ways.