NIMBUS

Nimbus

Brahm

Addiction -

Updated Video 3.17.11


 

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Brahm and Addiction

Brahm (Nimbus X Felicity), 2006 Dutch Warlmblood gelding for sale
 

 


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Nor'ee -- Nimbus' first filly, now four

   

            

 

Brahm - 4 yr old gelding by Nimbus

   


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Nimbus is a 1995, 16 Hand, Chestnut Dutch Warmblood Stallion by Ulft (Keur), and
out of Karona (Keur), by Flemmingh (Preferent)

Nimbus has his lifetime approval from Oldenburg NA , International
Sporthorse Registry (ISR) and American Warmblood Society (AWS).

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tud fee: $1500(includes $300 booking fee)
Discounts available for: Quality/performance mares & Pony Club/ 4-H members
Breeding Contract
Mare Veterinary Health Certificate

LIVE FOAL GUARANTEE (LFG): The breeding is guaranteed for a foal that is born alive and stands and nurses for 24 hours. Return privileges are guaranteed for the next breeding season if the mare fails to produce a live foal or the mare owner may request to substitute an acceptable mare during the next breeding season.

Performance - In addition to to winning many regional championships, Nimbus has also been awarded USDF Horse of the Year and All Breed (NA/WPN and AWS) Awards. He has successfully competed through Intermediare I and received his lifetime approval for the Oldenburg NA based on his performance records at the FEI Levels (scores to 66%). He shows great talent for piaffe, passage, and pirouettes.

Here are a few of Nimbus' achievements:


Pedigree: Nimbus is by the Keur stallion "ULFT," who is considered one of the top breeding stallions in Holland. Ulft is the sire of the Olympic stallion "Ferro" as well as  other Grand Prix dressage horses including Caesar and Disney. He also has sired six sons that have been licensed: Boston, Conveyer, Dublin, Dukaat, Fair Play and Ferro. 
Nimbus' dam "KARONA," who received her Keur status in 2004 , is by the famous Preferent stallion "FLEMMINGH." Flemmingh already has 4 approved stallions: Kelvin, Krack C, Mooiman & Mount Everest (Sweden).His sons Lingh and Krack C have won in the Grand Prix and Krack C was the best KWPN Dressage horse during the World Championship in Jerez.

Nimbus is also a half-brother to the famous Grand Prix dressage horses: Olympic Ferro (2000 Olympics, 2002 World Championships), Gullilt (2000 Olympics), and Caesar (1997 North American Championships) He is also closely related (on the dam line) to Gestion Lingh ( 2004 World Cup) and  Krack C (2002 World Championships).
 
Conformation: Nimbus is a "modern type" stallion who is extremely elegant and athletic with a beautiful head, neck and topline. He is a correct and elastic mover with great aptitude for both collection and extension. At the only breed show I competed him in, Nimbus won the 4yr old & older stallions class both in hand and under saddle, won the suitable to become a dressage horse class, and was named champion stallion.
 
Temperament: Nimbus is extremely intelligent and learns the difficult movements quickly. He is very "ride
-able," accepts contact well and is comfortable to sit. He is also extremely willing and well focused when he works, even in the presence of mares. Nimbus is a pleasure to ride as he is energetic, yet incredibly sensible and not spooky. Around the barn, Nimbus is playful and inquisitive -- he loves to "play ball" and watch over the farm from his turnout. He has no vices.

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