The 19th annual CWHBA Fall Classic warmblood horse sale was held Sept 28-29, 2013 in Olds, Alberta. This sale, sponsored by the3-Bars Winner - Bachelor low res Alberta Chapter of the Canadian Warmblood Horse Breeders Association, was run with its usual high quality of presentation and organization. Sale Chair Jennette Coote said, “The quality and pedigree of horses offered, and the training and presentation reached by consignors, was the best ever.”

High selling horse at $25,750 was Salbatora, a 3-year-old Canadian Warmblood (CW) gelding bred and consigned by Sandra Erickson, presented by Trish Tweddell. By Sandakan x Rotspon x Londonderry, this 4th generation CW gelding showed excellent gaits and a mature presence in the sale ring that made judge Connie Dorsch comment, “I can’t think of a dressage judge that wouldn’t like that coming into their ring”. Receiving the Victory Tack Shop cooler for high selling performance horse was repeat buyer R.G. Williams from Navan, Ontario, once again proving his good eye for potential stars.  


The 2-year-old prices were grouped quite tightly this year with two 2-year-olds receiving the high price of $8,000. Quest, a licensed CW stallion by Quite Easy x Beach Boy x Arkansas, bred and consigned by Touchstone Farm, was purchased by Klondike Victory Farm. Santino SR, a CW gelding by Sandakan x Whistler x Devon (Tb), bred and consigned by Susanne Rauhut, sold to Don Halladay of Rocky Mountain House and received the Paula Leweke high selling 2-year-old cooler.

The broodmare/foal/yearling section had very interesting activity, with little attention on the broodmares but several high prices onHigh Selling Performance Horse - Salbatora low res yearlings with good pedigrees. The high seller of this section, receiving the cooler sponsored by Sparks Innovations at the price of $15,250, was Barcelona, bred and consigned by Marcy Coelho. This 2-month-old exquisite filly by Bordeaux x Sandro Hit x Fernando was purchased by Red Deer breeder/rider Kelleigh Kulcsar. She commented, “We have tried to get a foal from Bordeaux for two years and are very excited about the potential of Barcelona.”

Saturday’s gala evening had a great variety of stallions presented during the stallion showcase including the newly CW licensed 2-year-old son of Hickstead, Gallup WF, owned by the Gallup WF syndicate; Grand Prix show jumper Tacorde and his stable mate, hunter derby champion Zeno H2, both owned by Klondike Victory Farms; dressage competitor Pik Kaiser Graphit owned by BMW Stables; and retired show jumper Calidostar, owned by Roy Graham and Tara Lambie. CWHBA year-end inspection and performance award winners were presented. T.W. Little Rock, owned and bred by Two Willows Equine, was Alberta Champion Mare and Riding Test Champion; 3&4-year-old Material Champion was Pherrari PD, owned and bred by Betty Baumann; and the 5&6-year-old Jumper Champion was Radenno, owned and bred by Dagmar Fortmuller. The highlight of the gala was the Dudley’s Outdoor Escape 3-bars jumping competition. Reaching the height of 5’, the hotly contested event was won by Bachelor, bred by Bosch Farms and ridden/owned by Jennifer Alliban.

Once again a highly successful event organized and run by the volunteers of CWHBA.  

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