Catherston Stud is pleased to announce that the Champion SHB Stallion & Champion BEF Futurity Stallion TIMOLIIN is to remain in Great Britain. The family Loriston-Clarke and friends have managed to purchase this horse from his breeder and are very excited about producing him next year as a stallion and dressage horse. He has fantastic paces, a lovely temperament and loves jumping so is an ideal sire to breed quality dressage horses and eventers. His Sire, Totilas was World and European Dressage Champion, the first horse to win all three available gold medals at a World Equestrian Games in 2010. His name is legendary and was the first dressage horse to top 90% at Grand Prix level and at that time held 3 world record scores. His dam, the International Small Tour Dressage mare Samira, was ridden by Jane Gregory and is by the Dutch stallion Sion. Timolin was presented at the BEF Futurity as a yearling in 2012 where he was awarded the Overall highest score of all Dressage Yearlings with a score of 9.38. A very good Elite score. In 2013, as a two year old he was shown at both The Royal Bath & West Show and Devon County where he won his classes and was Sports Horse Champion at both shows. He also did the Futurity in 2013 where he was Reserve Overall Dressage Champion two year old with a score of 9.34. He was also graded as BWBS stallion this year. Last year, as a three year old he again was presented at the BEF Futurity where he was the Overall highest score of all dressage three year olds with a score of 9.43. This score of 9.43 is the highest score recorded so far ever for a three year old dressage horse and he has the highest scoring average of any horse or pony ever, presented at the Futurities three times. He also attended the Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain Stallion Grading where he was Graded and Champion. Timolin has 9 foals eagerly awaited in 2015 and some will probably be shown in Sport Horse Classes as foals.
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