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Registered Name: Win Some
Born: May 28, 2003
Height: 15.1h
Breeder: Sandra Heinrichs/ Silver Hill Stables

Win Some's sire Navarone, is by the famous show jumper Jus De Pomme. Jus De Pomme won 2 gold medals in the 1996 Olympic games in Atlanta for the German show jumping team. Navarone was a successful 1.40m jumper before being imported. After being imported he switched to dressage, and has worked his way through the levels to compete grand prix in 2009! This is a testament to his amazing versatlity.  

Win Some’s dam Principia combines two of the greatest dressage horses, Idocus and Roemer. She is by Olympic competitor Idocus. Idocus needs no Idocusintroduction, as he has been a top sire for many years with numerous successful offspring in dressage as well as jumping. Principia's dam is the STER mare Fife and Drums by the legend Roemer. Roemer was the first breeding stallion to be inducted into the USDF Hall of Fame, and also holds the PREFERENT predicate.Principia was a first premium foal and was a top ten foal for the KWPN-NA in 1997.

As her pedigree indicates, Win Some is a lovely mover as well as a excellent jumper. She is a very refined modern mare who looks a lot like her sire.  Her very versatile pedigree gives us a lot of options for stallion choices in the future.  
Win Some at the ISR Oldenburg-NA inspection 2010
She was entered into the premium mare book and was the highest scoring mare of the day!

Win Some in Dressage training July 2010


Jus De Pomme

Primo De Bruyeres

Opaline Des Pins                          

Goedele KEUR

Armstrong (by Ramiro Z)



Olympic Idocus CROWN

Equador (by Voltaire)


Fife and Drums STER

Roemer PREF

Drums Fancy xx

Emmelie 2009 filly by Vallado, bred by Chapel Hill Farm
*Scored 71.7% first in-hand dressage show
*Qualified for USDF regional championships in Texas 2010
Iliana 2013 filly by Farrington Keur, bred by Chapel Hill Farm
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