(Olympic) Vincent Pretendant (Keur) Le Faquin xx (Keur)
Leronia (Ster)
Oleprinses (Keur Pref Prest) Duc de Normandie (Pref)
Kroonprinses (Keur, Pref)
Lente (Ster) Farrington (Keur) Wellington
Onetty (Ster)
Deolien (Keur pref) Amor (Pref)
Olien (Keur Pref Prest)

Reggae is by the Dutch stallion Olympic Vincent, out of a Farrington mare. These are good, modern dressage bloodlines. Reggae is producing very correct, elegant and big moving foals, one of which was awarded 'ster' by the KWPN and went through to the second round of stallion inspections in Holland. She was professionally backed and proved very trainable with sound attitude, good jumping technique and excellent movement under saddle. She was graded with the KWPN where she achieved 66 for conformation and 72 for movement and was awarded 'prok'. She is registered KWPN, Sports Horse Breeders GB, Scottish Sports Horse and British Warmblood Society.

Reggae's sire, Vincent, leads the 2006-07 KWPN dressage index with a massive 183. Her dam sire, Farrington, also has a good index of 129. Her great grand sire is Amor, who has a statue errected in his honour.

Before I bought Reggae in 2006, she had produced 3 colts - the first "Vivace" by Osmium (Olympic Ferro x Calypso) who was awarded Ster by the KWPN; the second by Florencio - the 4 and 5 year old World Dressage Champion; and the third by Demonstrator, who was shortlisted for the Olympics.

In 2006 Reggae produced another exceptional bay colt by Demonstrator, 'Beinn Dubh'. His full brother was kept entire and we had high hopes for this one, but unfortunately he had to be put down as a yearling due to an injury.

In 2008, she produced a bay filly by Demonstrator - Dawn Til Dusk. In 2009, Reggae had a colt by Welt Hit II - Faside Earl Winston and in 2010 Reggae produced a filly by Don Primus - Faside Harmony - who was the spitting image of her dam!

Reggae had a super Breitling W  chestnut colt in May 2011.  Sadly she lost her 2012 foal at birth and went on to be a super foster mare for a racehorse foal who was sadly orphaned at the same time.

In 2013 Reggae had a super colt by Metall.

Sadly we lost Reggae in 2014 but her legacy lives on through her beautiful Demonstrator daughter Dawn Til Dusk.  Reggae was the best foundation mare I could have had and I feel privalliged to have been able to purchase such a super foundation mare for the stud.  

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