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News from Warrawee - March 2011

Our Open Day was a huge success! Click here to read the report.

 


News from Warrawee - February 2011

 

Well our  Open Day Sunday 27th February is fast approaching and last minute arrangements in full swing.  Looking forward  to seeing  old and new friends and hope that you all enjoy your day with us.  Ali and Robbie Soster are endeavouring to arrange a Clinic at Warrawee commencing the Monday after our Open Day 28th February, and running through the 1st and 2nd March.  Should anyone be interested they should contact Ali or Robbie direct via the flyer attachment on our website.  We can possibly accommodate  riders and their horses here for the duration of the Clinic if this be of assistance should anyone wish to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity.


What wonderful results at the East Coast Championships for Warrawee horses as follows :

Warrawee Beyoncee was East Coast Champion 2/3 y.o. Arabian Warmblood filly and then went on to be overall Champion of Champions Arabian Warmblood at just 2 years old.   What a great thrill for her new owners The Bissett Family (and for us of course) - Congratulations to you all. 

Warrawee Beyoncee

Warrawee Reegal Hit was East Coast Champion Arabian Warmblood Gelding 2/3 years.  This fabulous youngster is an amazing gelding and has been unbeaten in his age group each time shown.   Photo shows him at the Classic a few weeks beforehand.

Warrawee Reegal Hit

Our Warrawee Shakeera was East Coast Champion Partbred Arabian Mare Ridden.

Warrawee Shakeera


Warrawee Mardee Gras was East Coast Champion Anglo Arabian Gelding Ridden and Top Ten in the East Coast Cup which he won last year (49 horses entered). 

Warrawee Mardee Gras

 

Warrawee Breez collected two Top Ten Awards - going so well in his first season out.

Warrawee Breez

Symarrons Darby by Warrawee Grandee was East Coast Champion Show Hunter.


We have our  last two foals are on the ground - Warrawee Katareenah who has recently been sold to Whitmere Riding Ponies has very happily for us foaled a beautiful filly by Warrawee Deecor which we will retain for the time being. Warrawee La Veeda foaled a "magic" colt by Jive Magic - one powerful little boy who will be a spectacular saddle horse - our first Arabian Warmblood out of a Bandomol Anglo daughter of Adronica (dec'd).


A long time ago we sold a lovely little purebred mare by Arabian Park Banner - Warrawee Jaliya and have not heard of her for a long time when we got an email from Carol Hancock who had purchased her in 2009 valuing her bloodlines and she joined her to the upcoming young Stock Horse Stallion Jindalee Casanova (multi-Royal broad sash winner & current 2010 Supreme Hack at ASH Nationals).  Carol says "well what a foal!! A stunning bay filly Gemsfield Cleopatra to be campaigned at the major shows and the Australian Arabian Championships when she is ready.  Carol goes on to say "Warrawee Jaliya is a very special mare who has found a home for life with us now."
So lovely to hear Carol. 

Warrawee Jaliya & foal Gemsfield Cleopatra


Megan Cheeseman who owns the wonderful Gleneagles Giorgio by Warrawee Grandee goes from success to success - from Supreme Show Hunter at Alexandra Agricultural Show to Champion Show Hunter Hack in the Saddlehorse Championships at the Summer Royal.  Stop Press:  Champion Show Hunter at Barastoc - congratulations to his connections.

Gleneagles Giorgio


Warrawee Naaziq - the purebred colt sold by us as a stud sire for Cromarty Park Arabians some years back is now gelded and in the ownership of Kim Noble and her family at Lancefield.  Naaziq will be racing at the thoroughbred Races at Caulfield in a feature race with
12 other arabians on the 9th April with Kim riding him.  We will keep your posted on his progress.  Good luck Kim.  Kim and her daughter are well known in the endurance riding scene and have enjoyed much success in that area.  They have a couple of Warrawee horses.

Warrawee Naaziq


Phillipa Jordan-Hill has sent an email after a long absence from contact giving news of Warrawee Show Mee (Mia) and the two Grandee Anglo geldings she bred from her mare Sally who she sadly lost due to old age some little time back.  Philippa has given me permission to tell her story.  Phillipa's husband Mark lost his sister and her husband last year leaving two children without any family except Phillipa and Mark.  Phillipa and Mark have welcomed these children to join the other children in their family unit - what truly wonderful people you are.  Needless to say Philippa's workload has been very great but she is now looking forward to spending more time with her GGs.   Good luck Philippa and hope to see you soon.  Philipps says " I love my Warrawee bloodlines - as does everyone who sees my horses.  They are fine ambassadors for your stud and for the Anglo breed. Thanks so much," Lovely to hear comments like that.


The Victorian Arabian Classic saw Warrawee Reegal Hit continuing on his winning ways with Champion Arabian Warmblood Gelding, Warrawee Intreeg Reserve Champion Arabian Warmblood , Warrawee Shakeera Champion Partbred Mare Ridden, and second in the Mike Cheeseman Award. Photo credit Derek O'Leary

Warrawee Shakeera


 

Symarron's Darby (by Warrawee Grandee) was Champion Led and Ridden Derivative at Barastoc - wow congratulations Meaghan and Jess.
Gleneagles Giorgio (by Warrawee Grandee) was Champion Show Hunter at Barastoc.

 


 

Don't forget our Open Day Sunday 27th February 2011! click here

 


 

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