DOB August 11th, 2021
Excentrik QTM is a stunning filly by the Knabstrupper stallion Lindegaards Elliot out of our Thoroughbred mare Bird in the Bush. She is registered Westfalen (would have been eligible for full KNN registrations) and received a global score of 7.7 from the judges. They described her as an elegant and athletic filly who shows balance in her movements and an uphill trot. We have already set a small crossrail for her, and she exhibited good technique and a willing attitude over the jump. Handled since birth, she enjoys human company and seeks attention. Excentrik was a good sized filly at birth, so we expect her to mature arounf 16h-16.1h.
She has been color tested and she possesses one copy of the LP gene as well as one copy of the W20 gene. She is showing white hairs all over her body. She should present more white spots and/or varnish in the following months.
Her sire, Lindegaards Elliot, is a 2013 Knabstrupper stallion bred in Denmark and imported in 2016. Elliot boasts beautiful, elegant gaits, and a phenomenal jump. Elliot is DNA tested few spot LP/LP PATN1/patn1. In October 2016, he attended his inspection in Virginia where he received a breeding license for 2016/2017, and won both Best Stallion and Best in Show at the Keuring. Elliot has been sold and gelded to pursue an eventer career.
Her dam, Bird in the Bush, is a confident, classy, and athletic Thoroughbred mare. She is approved for breeding in the Main Mare Book of the Westfalen and has received great comments and excellent marks regarding her type and conformation. Bird is a powerhouse who loves to show off her scope. She has passed on her good looks, lovely gaits, and stamina. Her pedigree is full of ancestors that are often seen in sport horse lineages, such as Pulpit (A.P. Indy), Buckpasser, Nijinsky (Northern Dancer), and Raise a Native.
This filly is a serious eventer prospect. She could also become an excellent partner in the hunter and the jumper ring.
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Warmbloods fillies playing in the grass field
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Handling the yearlings