2006 bay Dutch Warmblood gelding
Polytair X Nobelle, by Glennridge
Owned by the Naked Horse Eventing Syndicate – Kurt, Janet and Connor Giesselman
Dom and Boly started their partnership in 2015 and since then have been on an upward trajectory — winning Boly’s first Preliminary that year and then going on to win his first CCI2*-L at Bromont in 2016. Later that season Boly impressed with a 5th place finish in his first CCI3*-L at Fair Hill International. The following year in 2017, he proved what an exciting horse he is by finishing 3rd in his first CCI4*-L at Jersey Fresh. Following a comeback from an injury, Boly finished 8th in the Fair Hill International CCI4*-L to qualify for the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event. Dom and Boly became the first combination in the world to complete a CCI5*-L in 2019.
2013 bay German Sport Horse gelding
Casalito X Perle I, by Painters Row xx
Owned by The Casalto Syndicate – Anita Adams-Cook, Susan Anway and Sharon Shull
Klaus arrived from Germany in June 2018 and has turned heads ever since. He finished 11th in the 2018 USEA Young Event Horse East Coast 5-Year-Old Championships and is preparing for a move up to Training level in 2019.
2011 dark bay German Sport Horse mare
Furejev X Evita, by Young Daniel xx
Owned by Mark Bellissimo
Jimmie imported Eclaire from Germany in November 2015 as a 4-year-old and has methodically produced her through the levels with the future in mind. Eclaire easily stepped up to the two-star level in 2018 with back-to-back top 10 finishes. She also spent part of the season show jumping at the 1.20-meter level and shows all the pieces to compete at the highest level of the sport. Eclaire finished 14th in the Virginia CCI2-L* to conclude her 2018 season. She successfully moved up to the Intermediate level at the start of the 2019 season and most recently finished 9th in her CCI3*-S debut at Fair Hill.
2013 bay German Sport Horse mare
Quadrofino X Rocana II, by Ituango xx
Owned by The Quadrocana Syndicate – Manny and Dana Diemer, Christina Moutray and Tish Teeluck
Q is the barn favorite and she knows it. Dom adores this mare. She finished sixth in the 2018 USEA Young Event Horse East Coast 5-Year-Old Championships. In 2019, she successfully stepped up to Training and has yet to finish lower than 2nd at the level.