Rousseau x Faible (Fidermark/Renoir I)
Negro x Faible (Fidermark/Renoir I)
Nat. Ch. Bristol Encore x Bristol Sun Burst (Nat. Ch. Bristol Sun God)
Sweet Victory RLB (RIP 2003 to 2014)
RSD Dark Victory x East Harlem's Rose (by WC Harlem Globetrotter)
"Sweetie" was a very beautiful National Show Horse mare by the esteemed stallion RSD Dark Victory and out of a successful mare by World Champion Harlem Globetrotter. Her dam has produced two national champion half arabians and was herself 3rd under saddle at the American Saddlebred World Championship show.
Sweetie was a hair under 16 hands and was an incredible mover with a great mind to match. She had correct form over fences and was brave. She scored a very respectable 102 at her ISR/Oldenburg inspection which would have put her into the Main Mare Book if she were a warmblood mare. She was admitted instead into the Mare Book, based on percentage of approved blood.
Sweetie is the dam of both Rodellar by Rubignon (Rubinstein I) and Holey Moley by Wild Dance (Wolkenstein II). We lost Sweetie in 2014 to complications from an accident that happened two years prior.
Landavi x Princess Grey Eagle
Lansdowne is by the Holsteiner stallion Landavi. Landavi was shown through Grand Prix over fences and was later shown successfully through 4th level in dressage. She has a strong genetic propensity for jumping through line breeding to Cor De La Bryere.
Her dam was the saddlebred mare Princess Grey Eagle from a long line of athletic, correct, saddlebreds who do have the extreme movement of a modern saddlebred, but possess large, correctly-angled, hips, broad chests, and substantial bone to go with it.
Lansdowne has been inspected and branded as a First Premium mare in the American Warmblood Registry.
She is the dam of Ay Caramba, a 2012 half Arabian filly by Caravagio and also Caramba's 2014 full brother.