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LINCOLN - Two-Year-Old Prospect - Lot 7   
Bay   Canadian Warmblood   Gelding
2016-May-15    16.1hh
Registration #: AB-[CAN]9373- 16 G

Klondike Victory Farm Ltd.
39416 Hwy 20 Lacombe County, AB T4E 0C4
Cell: (403) 358-0487

Klondike Victory Farm

Tempranillo (Wpn) Calvados (Wpn) Uriel (Sf)
Gold Rose (Sf)
Ilobria (Wpn) Damiro (Wpn)
Colibria (Wpn)
Mandy I (Holst) Contender (Holst) Calypso II (Holst)
Gofine (Holst)
D-Cindy (Holst) Caletto I (Holst)
Vorr (Holst)

Sire: TEMPRANILLO competed very successfully in both the dressage ring as well as the jumpers to 3rd level and 1.40m respectively. He is the sire of KVF ELLE CARRERA who has stepped into the FEI 1.45m in 2018. He is also the dam sire of HOOZ DU KAT who is moving up the levels as a 6-year-old, being several times champion at the 1.20m level. Tempranillo has several other offspring being ridden and shown by their amateur riders in the hunter and jumper rings.

Dam: MANDY I was shown under the name COIMBRA I and competed to 1.40m. She was then shown by an amateur in the 1.20m before her retirement. Mandy is a gorgeous type with excellent movement and perfect jumping technique. She is the full sister to an approved BWP stallion who competed at 1.60m and her mother-line has countless 1.30m-plus horses.

Notes: Lincoln is a stunning young prospect with a beautiful head and neck, long, straight legs and incredible athletic ability. This boy is going to be a super star. He has been very lightly free jumped, showing top technique and plenty of scope to excel in either the international hunter derbies or upper level jumpers. He displays three excellent gaits with a lot of range and a very uphill, active canter with a natural lead change. Klondike Victory Farm is very proud to present such a talented horse for your consideration. Lincoln has been worked with on the ground, handling all routine farrier and vet work well. He has been allowed to grow up in a large field with his peers where he has learned appropriate herd manners as well as getting plenty of exercise. X-rays are on file.