February 2019 - Pomponio Ranch
Written by CRM
Friday, 01 February 2019 05:05
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Rideability and athletic ability come to the States through top, proven show jumping lines from Europe.

At Pomponio Ranch Stallions, we believe champions breed champions, which is why we have brought some of the best breeding lines in Europe to the United States.

Both our stallions and our mares are highly competitive and exceptionally well bred. Most notable of our stallions is ASB Conquistador (Bush vd Heffnick). His breeding is Clinton by Heartbreaker, he competed in World Cup Qualifiers and CSI5*, earning top results. In 2019, he was named a BWP Ambassador stallion, following the impressive results of his progeny. Fourteen of his 20 recorded offspring have competed at the CSI level. Oaks Redwood and Constellation were campaigned in both the World Cup Finals and the World Equestrian Games. ASB Conquistador was the only stallion with two offspring in the top 30 at the World Equestrian Games.

Ovation PR (Uno de Laubry x Darco)

Uno de Laubry is another of our top stallions, a Galoubet by Laudanum xx, is a champion show jumper with top finishes in World Cup qualifiers and Grand Prix on the West Coast. The offspring of Uno de Laubry are just getting started in the sport but showing a lot of promise. Many have received top honors in the BWP-NAD Keuring, including Ovation PR being first place as both a 2 and 3 year old. Uno de Laubry’s progeny have shown exemplary characteristics of being kind, level headed, work minded horses that will excel at the top levels and also be extremely rideable and trainable for all levels of show jumping.

ASB Conquistador

Joining our elite stallion line-up we also have some young up and coming stallions including Menelik (Monte Bellini by Stakkato). Menelik has had top placings in the Youngster Bowls and 10 & under classes. He has a promising career ahead of him, and in 2018 his first foals arrived. Also joining our young stallions is Cyrano VDV (Boeve’s Colemander by Nimmerador) who is placing in the 10 and under Grand Prixs, and DJ 32 (Diarado by Loran), who is expecting his first crop of foals in this year.

With these champion stallions and strong European bloodlines, Pomponio Ranch is looking to help bring American bred horses to the top of the show jumping sport.  

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