Arion Performance Horses

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Stallions Used


Markus V (imp) (dec)

Sire: Fabe 348

Dam: Tijarda

Markus V is a recently imported Friesian Ster + Sport stallion training Prix St George.  A superb stallion with looks, movement and temperament. 

(photo Edwina Colvin)

Grande Farnese (dec)

Sire: Grand Kavalier

Dam: RV Heike

Super eventing stallion combining the G and F lines giving great movement and jumping ability.  Crosses very well with the Australian thoroughbred mare, stamping his progeny with strong uphill movement, good temperament and ridability.

(Photo from Wendy McAuliffe)


Sire: Cassini I

Dam: Lambada

Cassiago is currently jumping and winning at World Cup level and will be making his debut on the European circuit in 2016.  He passes on type, temperament and ability to his offspring. (photo Chuggy equestrian)


Alegria Agraciado (dec)


Sire: Eco V

Dam: Hermosa Duende


A lovely Australian bred PRE stallion combining looks, movement and temperament.

Achieved AHAA Champion Roll of Merit for Open Halter, Andalusian Halter and Working ROM.

(Photo Cristogracia)


Killeter Park Caracas


Sire:  Cassal la Silla

Dam:  Colthaga


Caracas was the Australian 2013 Senior Show jumping Champion and left January 2014 to compete in Europe.  Caracas

has now been sold to the USA mid 2014.  Caracas is now back in Europe at Eurohorse Stables and being ridden by Jos Verlooy.

Finch Farm Chill (dec)


Sire: Converter

Dam: Boera


Super jumping stallion owned by Finch Farm.  Chill won the QLD State and Country Championships in 2011 and the Champion 6 year old and Champion of Champions at the Oaks Medallion. (photo Finch Farm)




Age B imp


Sire: Heinse 354

Dam: Femmy B


Age B was the top sire of the year for 2011 & 2013 and has two Provisional Crown award daughters in Australia.  Owned by Wildcroft Friesians.

(photo Wildcroft Friesians)


Galero XIV imp (dec)


Sire : Lastur

Dam: Judia VIX

"Apto" Approved for breeding by the Spanish Revision Team


Galero was imported by Black Horse Manor in 2002.  While Galero is unshown due to being seriously injured soon after arriving in Australia, his progeny have been extremely successful both in the breed ring and under saddle.

(photo BHM)