We founded Hidden Springs Ranch in 2004 with the goal of breeding warmblood sport horses of the quality that can be found in Europe. We started with a few select imported mares and have since expanded our mare band to include several that we have bred ourselves.
We are now breeding our fourth generation of excellent foals. Our breeding program is validated by the high number of recognized Stallion Prospects, Foals of Distinction, and Premium foal awards received at breed inspections.
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We are proud and excited to announce the arrival of our 2018 foal crop:
Colt by Franklin out of Fortuna (Fidertanz / Fürst Heinrich), born May 21.
Colt by Sagnol out of ES Floradonna (Florestan / Donnerhall), born May 20.
Filly by Morricone out of Fortuna (Fidertanz / Fürst Heinrich), born April 29.
Colt by Diamond Hit out of Rosebud (Rubino Bellissimo / Gladstone), born April 21.
Filly by Ampere out of Fleur du Lune (Feiner Stern / Diamont), born April 20.
Colt by Dream Boy out of Beata HSR (Belissimo M / Sir Donnerhall), born April 13.
Filly by Belantis out of Bonne Chance (Belissimo M / D’Olympic), born April 7.
Colt by Don Deluxe out of Beata HSR (Belissimo M / Sir Donnerhall), born February 2.
Hidden Springs Ranch presented a record number of foals this year at the Oldenburg Horse Breeders’ Society (GOV) Foal Inspection, making us the largest Oldenburg breeder in the United States.
Of the nineteen foals presented, ten were named Foals of Distinction, two were named Stallion Prospects, and fifteen received Premium Foal Awards. All were bred by Anita Nardine of Hidden Springs Ranch.
The following colts were named Stallion Prospects, Foals of Distinction and Premium Foals:
Da Vinci HSR (De Niro/Royal Diamond/Fürst Heinrich) owned by Martin Kuhn and Kate Fleming-Kuhn, of Illinois,
Sagan HSR (Sir Donnerhall/Fürst Heinrich/Relevant).
Foal of Distinction ribbons and Premium Foal awards were presented to:
Quinn HSR (Quaterback/Belissimo M/D’Olympic),
Full Monty HSR (Fürstenball/Feiner Stern/Diamont),
Fitzwilliam HSR (Fürstenball/Feiner Stern/Diamont) owned by Martin Kuhn and Kate Fleming-Kuhn, of Illinois,
Firenze HSR (Franklin/Sandro Hit/Florestan I),
Verona HSR (Vitalis/Fidertanz/ Fürst Heinrich),
Duc du Soleil HSR (De Niro/Roi du Soleil/Sir Donnerhall),
Femme Fatale HSR (Franklin/Sandro Hit/Florestan I),
Sienna HSR (Sir Donnerhall/Relevant/Lord Liberty).
Premium Foals (in addition to the Foals of Distinction listed above):
First Enchantment HSR (Fürsten-Look/Belissimo M/D’Olympic),
First Glance HSR (Fürsten-Look/Sir Donnerhall/Relevant),
Loki HSR (Lord Carnaby / Hohenstein / Grandus),
Fête du Soleil HSR (Fürst Romancier/Roi du Soleil/Sir Donnerhall),
Defender HSR (Don Deluxe/Fidertanz/ Fürst Heinrich),
Inspectors were Holly Simenson, North American Director, and Tommy Rhinow, Marketing Director of the Oldenburg Auctions. Mare & foals were handled by Arta Iranpour.
Hidden Springs Ranch is proud to announce that three of our horses were awarded USDF Horse of the Year awards for 2016:
Leander HSR, a yearling colt, is the Dressage Sport Horse Breeding Horse of the Year, Yearling Colts/Geldings, with a score of 81.000. He was also named the Champion of the GAIG/USDF Breeders Championships West Coast Series Final. Leander HSR is by Lord Carnaby out of Santina by Sir Donnerhall.
Fait Accompli HSR - Dressage Sport Horse Breeding Horse of the Year, Yearling Fillies, ranked 1 with a score of 80.325 (Also USDF All-Breeds Champion).
Sibelius, a three year old gelding by Sir Donnerhall out of Dear John by Ferro is the USDF Champion Three-Year-Old Colt/Gelding and USDF All-Breeds (Oldenburg GOV) Champion. Sibelius was also the Reserve Champion of the GAIG/USDF Breeders Championships West Coast Series Final.
These outstanding results placed Anita Nardine and Hidden Springs Ranch in 4th place for the USDF Dressage Sport Horse Breeding Breeder of the Year.
Hidden Springs was well represented at the first day of the Great American Insurance Group/USDF Breeders Championships West Coast Series Final, held September 29, 2016 at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center.
Our yearling colt Leander HSR (Lord Carnaby x Haverford’s Redhawk by Hohenstein) earned the Colt/Gelding Championship with a score of 81.00%. His stablemate Sibelius (Sir Donnerhall x Dear John by Ferro) took the Reserve Championship with a score of 79.25%. Sibelius was the 2015 GAIG/USDFBC Colt/Gelding Champion.
In the Filly Championship division, Fait Accompli HSR (Fackeltanz x Santina by Sir Donnerhall) was named Reserve Champion. The judges rewarded her with a score of 78.163%, commenting on her “lovely type, bright future as a dressage horse.”
Hidden Springs Ranch had outstanding results at three recent Breed Shows, claiming Champions and Reserves at every outing.
Fait Accompli HSR (Fackeltanz x Santina by Sir Donnerhall), a yearling Oldenburg GOV filly, claimed the Champion Filly title at Golden State Warm-Up I, Golden State Warm-Up/Cool Down, and Starr Vaughn Summer Dressage.
Her stable mates Leander HSR and Sibelius earned Champion and Reserve Champion Colt/Gelding awards. Leander HSR is by Lord Carnaby out of Santina by Sir Donnerhall. Sibelius is a three year old gelding by Sir Donnerhall out of Dear John by Ferro.
Leander HSR, an Oldenburg yearling colt, claimed Champion Colt/Gelding at both Golden State Dressage Warm-Up/Cool Down and Starr Vaughn Summer Dressage, followed by Sibelius as Reserve Champion.
At Golden State Warm-Up I, the results were reversed with Sibelius named as Champion and Leander HSR as Reserve.
All of their scores have been 79% or above.
Previously, Sibelius was the Champion Colt/Gelding of the 2015 West Coast Series GAIG/USDF Breeders Championship.
The Hidden Springs Ranch team now head to the 2016 Great American Insurance Group/USDF Breeders Championship West Coast Series Final, held at the GAIG/USDF Region 7 Championships in October.
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