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Wynton

Keur

Registered Name Wynton
Registration # 03.03376
Birthdate April 24, 2003
Color and Markings Black
Height 17h, 171cm
Breeding Fee $2200 CAN
Specific Terms, Fees, and Conditions Booking fee of $500 and first collection included. Contact farm for shipping and container fees. Discounts available.
Semen Available Fresh: Yes; Frozen: Yes
EVA Test contact stallion owner
WFFS N/N (non-carrier)
Breeder J.M. Jansen, Netherlands

Profile Updated: 2021

OWNER OF RECORD

Canadream Farm

STANDING AT

CONTACT

Marie Josee Proulx, Canadream Farm
19380 County Road 24
Dunvegan, ON K0C 1J0 Canada

514-293-3483

info@canadreamfarm.com
www.canadreamfarm.com
Wynton profile

KWPN Breeding Designation

Approved

  • Late 2018: Imported to Canada.
  • Early 2018: Awarded keur predicate
  • 2007: Winner of the Stallion Performance Test

Breeding Advice

Wynton can improve self-carriage and leg technique. Mares must have an uncomplicated character and length in the forehand.

Sports Results

No Results.

  • 2006: Wynton was named Champion of the KWPN Stallion licensing at the 70 day testing for three year olds in 2006. He earned nines for his trot and canter, an 8.5 for his walk and a 9 for overall capability as a dressage horse.
  • 2008: winner Pavo Cup Finals. Winner KWPN Stallion Competition. 4th World Young Horse Championships.
  • 2009: Winner KWPN Stallion Competition. 7th World Young Horse Championships.
  • 2010: Winner KWPN Stallion Competition.
  • 2017: 6th Grand Prix 71.920%, 8th GP Freestyle 76.420%., FEI World Cup ‘s-Hertogenbosch CDI-W 2018: 5th Grand Prix 72.957%, 6th Freestyle 77.655%, Neumünster CDI-W.

No Results.

Offspring Sports Results

  • Derk Showing Int II with Patricia Becker, scoring high 60’s.
  • Mango Eastwood Outstanding debut CDI Grand Prix debut February 2020 with Ashley Holzer, four-time Olympian for Canada, who now rides for the USA; Have so far won five of six starts.
  • Wynston 2017 USDF Finals, 10th in the large FEI Int I Open Division Championship class, High Score GOV Breed Award for FEI Levels; Moved up to GP January 2018.

Wynton’s offspring record is so extensive that a summary cannot do it justice.  For example, from his first foal crop in 2008 alone, at least 14 of his offspring have reached the FEI levels.  Wynton has already sired five KWPN approved sons, whom, like their sire and grandsire, are excelling in competition and not just breeding.

  • Imposantos (Wynton x Krack C) Winner of the VSN Trophy, a dressage talent spotting competition for 3-year-olds. Two-time Champion of the KWPN Anemone Stallion competition. Winner of his stallion performance test with 89 points. Bronze medalist in the 2017 Pavo Cup final. Winner of the KWPN Stallion Division at the Pavo Cup Finals, in 2018 and 2019, scoring a remarkable 94 points and with several scores of 9.5. 2019 Pavo Cup Champion, 6 year old division.
  • Four Legend KS (Wynton x Ferro) Bronze medalist at the 2015 Pavo Cup Finals. 6th place at the 2015 World Young Horse Championships in Verden, Germany. 4th place at the 2016 World Young Horse Championships in Ermelo, The Netherlands, with a big score of 87.0 points. He is currently competing successfully at Intermediare I with rider Dominique Filion and they will soon move up to Grand Prix.
  • Dark President D&R (Wynton x G. Ramiro Z) Currently competing at Intermediare I
  • Hitmaker (Wynton x Cabochon) Currently competing at dressage at the ZZZ level
  • Ibsen B (Wynton x Cabochon) Currently competing at dressage at the Z2 level
  • Etanga Elite, sport mare 2019 Pan Am Games Lima, Peru representing Guatemala with rider Alex Dominguez, GP debut in 2019.
  • Dark Knight Texel (Wynton x Caritas) Showing Grand Prix with Eva Van der Linde
  • Davidoff Ter Kwincke (Wynton x Flemmingh) Showing international Grand Prix by Joana Peterka of Germany
  • Eaton Unitechno (registered as Eaton H) (Wynton x San Remo) Showing international Grand Prix with Masanao Takahashi. In August 2017 the Japanese company Unitechno acquired the dark bay gelding as a Toyko Olympics hopeful for Masanao. They competed at the CDI Grand Prix level in Wellington, FLA in 2019 & 2020