Wake Field Heartbreaker
Stud fee: $800 (Includes $100 non-refundable booking fee)
What he has achieved:
As a 3 year old and newly broken in a 13yr old was riding him around without an issue.
As a 4yr old he did three ribbon days and most people mistook him as a gelding and winning Reserve Champion in the last one as well many other 1st and 2nd places.
As a 5yr old he competed at the Waikato Regional Dressage Champs and came 2nd in the 5yr old Championship with 62%. He did his first ever level 3 freestyle test at the Northland Regional Dressage Champs with 57.4% and at a local dressage event did his first official level 3 test with 59% and 3rd place.
He has now done very well in eventing. Went straight to pre-training (first time doing SJ and Xcountry away from home) with a 16yr old rider who had only just started eventing herself (and never completed a Xcountry round). At their first ever ODE they came 2nd in the dressage and 3rd over all!
They then did their first derby (for both rider and pony), won the 85cm round and came 3rd in the 95cm! Did a fun cowboy challenge with another rider (without any extra training) and won it.
At home he has EASILY cleared 1.15m... only stoping due to the riding feeling uncomfortable with the height.
This pony stallion is a genuine allrounder who tries his heart out with anything you throw at him. He has competed at registered dressage, show hunter and eventing, is always impeccably well behaved and been allowed at many pony club events as well due to this. You just can't fault his temperament or trainability, even comparing it to mares and geldings.
And more importantly... all his foals have shown the same beautiful quiet, trainable nature.
Wake Field Heartbreaker is 13.2hh, but has been throwing taller progeny than himself. Heartbreakers dam is 14.1hh and his sire is 14hh.
He is grey, but carries the golden gene (born golden buckskin). So he can produce palominos, buckskins, bay, chestnut or grey and with a coloured mare can produce a coloured version of those base colours.
He is incredibly quiet, good confirmation, has fantastic feet (farrier trim once a year) and is a very good doer. Both his parents were the same, and he throws these attributes to all his foals... even to mares with terrible feet, the foals have come out with good strong hooves.
Wake Field Heart Breakers Dam:
Wake Field Something Special