Stallion, born April 20, 2006. Sam is 16 HH, 1400 pounds, well broke single and double. Drives with his half brother Sarge. He has very soft eyes and a great disposition. He was performance tested at Spur Acres in November of 2010. His first foal will be on the ground the spring of 2012 out of Netieva.
Reminds us of Necho very much. We hope his foal this spring will be just as good.
Registry # BC 01 018 06, registered in the Oberlander Breeding Stud Book
Sarge (Sold to Adrian Roberg)
Stallion born April 17, 2006. Sarge is 15.3 HH 1300 pounds and is a dark sorrel. Very clean in the hock and moves very freely. Borke to drive single and double. Has been driven with his half brother Sam many times. Both have been driven by Jennifer and her nieces. Was also performance tested in the fall of 2010 @ Spur Acres. Very gentle breeder. Will be breeding two mares the spring of 2012.
Registry # BC 01 017 06
Jennifer Driving The Boys
Necho - In fond memory - 4/3/1988 - 12/10/2008
Registry # 82 4000688, registered for breeding
Dear Dear Necho
You were one of a kind.
We loved everything about you,
Your soft gentle eyes,
The way your lower lip quivered when you were just standing around,
And the way you called for your girls
The minute they were out of sight.
And didn't stop till they came back out of the barn.
You were proud to be a stallion
But not at all haughty.
I hate to tell you, but
You were just a big Teddy bear
I'm sorry you won't see your babies this spring
Maybe one will be a little stud colt
Like you were so many years ago.
We'll try not to spoil him too much.
Can there ever be another like you?
We pray so.
By: Jennifer Kaffenbarger
Stallion, born in April 13, 1988 in Germany, 16.2 HH, 1650 lbs. of weight, well broke single and double. He was originally owned by the Bavarian Government. He was the first stallion imported to North America in 1993 to Cherry Creek Ranch in British Columbia. Has been driven in 6, 4. 2 and single hitch and has done some logging. He has a quiet disposition and can be put anywhere in the hitch with mares in front and beside him. He has excellent feet and is clean boned. He has sired the majority of Oberlander colts existing today in North America and has definitely left his mark on the breed. Can hand breed or pasture breed.