Hexagonslouisville lg

Hexagon's Louisville

Stud Fee 600.00 USD
  • Breed: Dutch Warmblood
  • Discipline: Dressage, Jumping
  • Registry: NA/WPN, Oldenburg Horse Breeders Society, Rheinland Pfalz-Saar
  • Export qualified: no
  • Available in: United States
  • Agent: Sporthorse Legacy LLC
  • Owner: Offield Farms
  • Last Updated: Thu Apr 16, 2015

Overview

Offield Farms’ Hexagon’s Louisville is an absolutely charming stallion! With his big soft eyes and gentle character, he is the essence of the gentlemanly stallion. Hassler Dressage is proud to stand this internationally proven dressage talent, whose elastic, scopey movement and solid mentality is readily inherited by his get. Hexagon’s Louisville’s is one of the few North American stallions whose offspring have competed at the World Breeding Championships for Young Horses is Verden, Germany. This is no small feat for a stallion whose breeding career was minimal until his retirement from sport in 2008!

–Susanne Hassler, Director of Breeding, Hassler Dressage

Hexagon’s Louisville began his international dressage career in Schore, Holland at “Stal Hexagon” withtrainer Leunus Van Lieren and his son, Laurens. Under Laurens, Louisville attended the 2000 Dutch Young Riders National Championships in Nijmegen and the pair were the 2001 Dutch National Champions at the Z1 Level. Louisville and Leunus van Lieren competed at the Grand Prix level throughout 2002 and 2003 with good results at top CDIs, including BRNO, Rotterdam, Breda, and Berlijn. Louisville and Leunus were named to both the 2003 and 2004 Dutch B Dressage Teams.

In 2005, Louisville was imported to the United States by current owner, Karin Offield of Offield Farms. Together, Karin and Louisville earned Reserve Champion Grand Prix placings at the Ox Ridge Summer Dressage and Zada Enterprises WEF Dressage Classic CDI***. In 2006, Louisville won the prestigious USDF Amateur Grand Prix Horse of the Year Award and the USDF All Breeds (KWPN-NA) Grand Prix Adult Amateur Horse of the Year Award with scores consistently over 65%. He was invited to compete at the 2006 USEF National Grand Prix Freestyle Championships where he finished sixth in the Grand Prix and eight in the Grand Prix Freestyle. In early 2010, Hexagon’s Louisville returned to his birthplace in The Netherlands at Stal Hexagon to retire and to directly influence the mare base of that region and other parts of Europe.

 

Pedigree

Performance

Hexagon’s Louisville began his international dressage career in Schore, Holland at “Stal Hexagon” with trainer Leunus Van Lieren and his son, Laurens. Under Laurens, Louisville attended the 2000 Dutch Young Riders National Championships in Nijmegen and the pair were the 2001 Dutch National Champions at the Z1 Level. Louisville and Leunus van Lieren competed at the Grand Prix level throughout 2002 and 2003 with good results at top CDIs, including BRNO, Rotterdam, Breda, and Berlijn. Louisville and Leunus were named to both the 2003 and 2004 Dutch B Dressage Teams.

Under Karin Reid Offield:

 

2006

1st place USDF Amateur Grand Prix Horse of the Year
1st place USDF All Breeds (KWPN-NA) Amateur Grand Prix Horse of the Year

USEF National Grand Prix Freestyle Championships: Grand Prix 62.917%, 6th place
Grand Prix Freestyle 65.825%, 8th place

Palm Beach Dressage Derby CDI3*: CDI Grand Prix 66.083%
CDI Grand Prix Freestyle 68.792%

Zada Enterprises LLC Florida Dressage Classic: Grand Prix 65.417%
 Grand Prix Freestyle 68.792%

Wellington Dressage: Grand Prix 65.208%, 5th place

 

2005

9th place USDF Adult Amateur Grand Prix
3rd place USDF All Breeds (KWPN-NA, Dutch) Grand Prix Adult Amateur
Ranked in the top 100 USDF Grand Prix Horse of the Year

Zada Enterprises LLC, Dressage at the National: Grand Prix 65.208%, 5th place

Ox Ridge Summer Dressage CDI3*: CDI Grand Prix 61.042%, 5th place
CDI Grand Prix Freestyle 63.725%, 2nd place

Zada Enterprises WEF Dressage Classic CDI3*: Grand Prix 64.583%, 2nd place

Offspring

WELLNETTA

Hexagon's Wellnetta

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— 2003 Mare out of Rubi’s Sonetta (Rubiquil – Symfonie) bred by Stal Hexagon, Holland
— Competing at Z-1 Level (PSG) as a 6 year old in 2009

WONDERELLA

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— 2003 Mare out of Hexagons Sinderella (Rubiquil – Komeet) bred by Stal Hexagon
— Competitor at the 2008 World Championships for Young Horses in Verden, Germany as a 5 year old
— Competitor at the 2008 World Championships for Young Horses in Verden, Germany as a 5 year old
2nd in Dutch National Championships in Ermelo at Z-2 Level, Youngest horse at this event as a 6 year old

SANTALEONE

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— 1999 Mare out of Korleone (G. Ramiro Z – Lt. Generaal)

 

 

 

 

 

 


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