Thoroughbred Stallion Power Blade, by Fine Blade, stands for The Harthill Stud.
Harthill Stud focus their breeding on top Sports Horse using the Thoroughbred and traditional Irish breeding lines. Their thoroughbred stallion Power Blade is an Approved Irish Sport Horse Stallion and is Approved with Sport Horse Breeding GB. He is the sire to progeny currently advertised on Horse Scout.
Profiled on Horse Scout’s Stallions At Stud: About Power Blade
His Sire is Fine Blade, also sire of 4 star ‘The Wexford Lady’ who was a top show jumper. Fine Blade also sired ‘The Demon Barber’, winner of 10 National Hunt races. Speed, endurance and power are exemplified through his successful progeny. Power Blade’s dam’s sire, Forties Field, is also an influential competition stallion. Power Blade’s full sister, Fine Fields, evented internationally in the USA. Power Blade show jumped up to 1.30m before he retired to stud. In 2005 he was crowned Croker Cup Champion at the Royal Dublin Horse Show- a prestigious class for stallions.
Power Blade has a profile on Horse Scout’s Stallions at Stud page which can be visited using this click through.
His progeny showcase Power Blade’s quality and versatility. They are proven in eventing, show jumping internationally and winning in the show ring. One example is Powerline, campaigned by Antoinette McKeowen on the international 2* event circuit and now ridden by Martyn Johnson at Advanced. Oliver Townsend rides Power Drive, also out of Power Blade, who has several top 10 placing at International 2 Star level. These are just two of his successful progeny.
Power Blade has progeny for sale on Horse Scout in North Yorkshire, produced by Steve Pauline in Knaresborough
Top class sports horse potential for sale on Horse Scout
Aredis Power Beam is a striking bright bay gelding, who will make either a showing or eventing superstar. He has been successfully shown in hand, taking ribbons countless times at Hunter Breeding Championships and young event horse classes in the UK. This gelding took the British Equestrian Federation Futurity Awards as the Top Scoring Three Year Old!
This gelding has been started under saddle and has qualified for the BEF Equine Bridge training scheme for 2016. He has a quiet and mature approach to his work and a confident attitude to fences.