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Foundation Mares

Our States Premium mares, originally imported from Germany, bring world class bloodlines (Raphael, Ganymed/Grundstein, and Wilhelm Tell) to America. Two have been Devon champions. They've produced stallion sons. Their foals are smart, athletic and correct. Together, they form an extraordinary breeding foundation:


* 1991 Bay Mare with a star and two hind white socks
Sire: Raphael
Dam: SPS Ballerina (Bolero/Wendekreis)
Breeder: H.G. Mahler

Rumpelstilzchen is a mare of unmatched quality in the United States. She was the 1997 Mare Champion, Reserve Mature Horse Champion and Best Hanoverian Mare at Devon. In her performance testing in Germany, she received an unprecedented overall score of 8.5. Her gaits were all 8s, and her free jumping 10s. She was rated an overall 9-type in conformation. Rum has had a foal by successful emryo transfer and is currently being competed by Hilda Gurney in California. She's had a 77 this year!


* 1989 Dark Bay Mare
Sire: Ganymed. Son of the legendary Grundstein, Ganymed was 1st of 70 stallions in his performance testing (Adelheidsdorf, 134.19). His progeny are noted for correct conformation and scopey movement. He was a winner in show jumping as well as advanced dressage competition.
Dam: SPS Black Beauty (Black Sky/Wohlstand)
Breeder: A. Middelkampf

Galaxis is an extremely elegant mare with outstanding gaits. She received an 8-walk, 9-trot and 8-free jumping in her German performance testing. Her progeny have proven to be exemplary. Her 1993 filly, Gloree (owned by Barbara Hanel) was the Top Mare of the 1998 American Hanoverian Society inspections. Fairhaven Farm is proud to offer her stunning 1999 filly, Gallatea.


* 1983 Bay Mare with four white socks and a blaze
Sire: Wilhelm Tell (Wedekind/Don Carlos)
Dam: SPS Anette (Argentan/Duft I)
Breeder: H. Marquardt

Wanka is a powerful, classical, substantial type with big gaits. She has a gorgeous head and powerful movement from behind. At Devon in 1993, she was Reserve Mare Champion. She has an approved stallion son in Germany and her 1993 colt (Gerschwin of Fairhaven Farm) is a stallion prospect successfully competing in dressage and training for Prix St. George. Her 1999 colt, Gambit, is gorgeous and correct.

* 1990 Bay Mare
Sire: Grundstein
Dam: Dubonnet (Diamont)

A daughter of Grundstein, the leading dressage and jumping sire in Germany. Grundalay has an extraordinarily kind and willing temperament and is training second level.

Casey and Jeff Nesbit
Fairhaven Farm
Waterford, Virginia

Bringing world class bloodlines to the United States