WB Corre Con El Viento, our stallion
WB Corre Con El Viento (aka "Vinnie") June 22, 2006, by the Trakehner stallion, Windfall*Pg* out of the Arabian mare, Huadoresya+ Vinnie is available at stud to approved mares, contact Gwen for more information.
Vinnie's sire, Windfall was on the bronze winning US Olympic Eventing Team that competed at the Athens Olympics in 2004. He was also a winner of Rolex. Now retired from eventing, Windfall is being shown in upper level dressage by his adult amateur owner, Cheryl Holkamp of New Spring Farm . Dam, Huadoresya+ competed to the Intermediate level in Eventing, and carried a junior rider to the North American Junior and Young Rider Championships in Lexington, KY. At the time she was competing, at the intermediate level, she was the highest ranked FEI Level purebred Arabian in Eventing.
Vinnie inherited his parents "jumping genes" along with the balance, strength and flexibility for upper level dressage. Vinnie is a kind and sensible fellow who began his competitive career under saddle at the age of four with a sixteen year-old girl in the irons. He competed in the Young Event Horse at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell, Montana where he finished 7th in a large group, winning the dressage phase of the event. In 2018 Vinnie added yet another discipline to his athletic repertoire, placing in the top ten in Western Dressage at Arabian Sport Horse Nationals. Athletic, sound, steady, bold and trainable, it's these qualities and more that Vinnie is passing on to his progeny.
Vinnie's offspring, (2010) First Legacy GM +++/ and (2012) Kendric Wind GM+// have proven themselves as performance horses in eventing, half Arabian sport horse and open dressage competitions on the national level. He has two youngsters on the ground that also show great promise as athletes; (2015 f.) Karolina Wind GM and (2017) Kan You Imagine GM, both out of our Arabian mare Kalana Magniffica. Kenny, Karrie and Kevin are all offered for sale by Westbrook Sport Horses, see more about our sales horses here.
Vinnie is EVA and SCID negative. He is available at stud to approved mares. Please contact Gwen with inquiries.
Demonstrating his versatility, Vinnie made his Western Dressage debut this spring (April 2018) by winning his very first class with the respectable score of 70%. Vinnie went on to a top 10 win at Arabian Sport Horse Nationals 2018. (Lauren Webb in the irons)