jht anatomy
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JHT Anatomy


colour:       Black
height:       170cm 
breed:        KWPN
year:           2013
breeding:   Apache (Amigos) - Gribaldi - Chronos
licensed:    NZWB, Anglo European Studbook
stud:           JHT Equine

service:      AI, Frozen, Visiting mares accepted
fee:            $1900.00 + GST and Collection Fees, LFG

                    

Stud Master:
Holly Leach, John Thompson
JHT Equine
553 Tenfoot Road  
RD1 Taupiri

M:   022 565 0170
M:   027 565 0170

W:  www.jht-equine.com 


JHT Anatomy

JHT Anatomy Possibly one of the most exciting young stallions to hit New Zealand shores.  This stunning young man is absolutely one to watch!  JHT Anatomy is a black beauty with modern elegant lines, he shows power and elasticity with the essential mechanics for the high level horse, his type and movement are much desired by the modern dressage rider and the discerning breeder.


A Sire Line that Guarantees Success

JHT Anatomy's pedigree encompasses bloodlines that have never been available in NZ before. His sire Apache represents the best of modern KWPN breeding.  Apache started his career by becoming the Reserve Champion of the KWPN Stallion Show, and went on to win at almost every level of the stallion competitions.

Apache debuted at Grand Prix as a nine year old, recently scoring 78.73% in the VHO Trophy Grand Prix Kur! In June this year, Apache outclassed the others in the field at Rotterdam to win the Grand Prix and the Grand Prix Special in the 3* class, pipping Edward and Zonik.

Apache's success as a sport horse was almost guaranteed by his pedigree, which contains eight Grand Prix horses in the first five generations. A bit further back and you see UB-40, himself winning third place in the Championship Ring of the KWPN Stallion Show, has proven to be such a good producer of keuring and sport horses that his offspring are highly sought after by Dutch breeders.




The Dam Line - A Recipe for Dressage Superstars

Then have a look at the Dam line with the world famous Gribaldi right there. Gribaldi was the 1995 champion of the stallion selections and 1996 champion of his stallion performance test and has been proclaimed a Keur stallion.

Gribaldi is most known for producing one of the best dressage horses the world has ever seen...Totilas! Totilas broke record after record with Edward Gal and went on to represent Germany with Matthias Alexander Rath, what a match it would have been to see him compete against Valegro.

The cross of these amazing stallions sees a unique bloodline for NZ breeders in JHT Anatomy, a horse for both rider and breeder with serious international aspirations.  Just ask Charlotte Dujardin, horses with Dutch breeding are the way to go!!



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