E. Starlight

2009 KWPN Mare 16.1 hh

Sir Donnerhall I x R. Johnson x Second Career

Starlight is a beautiful seal brown 16.1-hand, long-legged mare with incredible conformation. She embodies everything about what we think a Dynamite Sport Horse should be, with her natural athleticism, work ethic, and rideability. She is elegant, with a beautiful head and soft eyes and extraordinary presence. She has only been shown a few times, including as a US Eventing Association Future Event Horse competition as a yearling, where she received a score of 87.7!

Sir Donnerhall I
Regal Dutchess
Sandro Hit
Contenance D
R. Johnson
Swan Creek Brownie
Sandro Song
Contenance II
G. Ramiro Z
Second Career
Kitty Gordo

Sire: Sir Donnerhall I

(Sandro Hit x Donnerhall)

Sir Donnerhall I is an honored progenitor. He has been on the minds of breeders for many generations. He was the crowd’s favorite at the Oldenburger Approvals 2003 and awarded a 1c premium. Following in his sire Sandro Hit’s footsteps, this stunningly beautiful sire has proven his worth ever since.

Sir Donnerhall I, the third-highest-placed young stallion at the 2003 Oldenburg Licensing in Vechta, won the 30-day Stallion Performance Test in Schlickau. He achieved the highest overall results of 8.95. For dressage he got a score of 9.26, for show jumping he got an impressive 8.73.

Sir Donnerhall I is ranked no. 4 in the WBFSH rankings for 2021.

Dam: Regal Dutchess

NRPS (Nederlands Rijpaarden- en Ponystamboek – Netherlands Riding Horse and Pony Studbook)

(R. Johnson x Swan Creek Brownie)

Regal Dutchess was bred to be an eventer and she was exactly what every eventer wanted, she could jump, she moved quite nicely for dressage, and she had a great brain. More importantly she became my daughter Kristy’s – and several of our grandkids’ – horse. She especially loved the kids and the attention she received from them. Not only did she teach several of our grandkids how to ride, she gave pony rides to underprivileged children from the House of Hope and to missionary families’ children that were back in the States on furlough. Many of these children had never been up close to or ridden a horse before.