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Rapazzini at Young Horse Championships
SOLD: Brienza (Bergamon-Davignon/Donnerhall) sold to Texas family

Photos on this page are some of Touchstone Farm's sales over the past few years, plus horses currently offered for sale. (See previous web site page, "Horses," for additional photos of the horses listed below. Check out YouTube for videos. Use this link or search TouchstoneFarmWI.)
No horses currently available for sale....unless the "right" offer comes along.  Cool


(SOLD) Wyndara at her first show. She hopes the next one has jumping.



 (SOLD)  Lively (Letkiss-Dirndl/Darius), a 1995 elite Hanoverian mare. Dam of Rapazzini.
Lively earned many regional and national awards, including 5th at 3rd Level, adult amateur,
Hanoverian breed in the year-end USDF awards in 2004. Not only has she proven herself
in the show ring, but she also is a joy on the trails and she enjoys jumping. 
(Photo by Don Conley)


 (SOLD)  Bandiera (Bordeaux-Lively/Letkiss), a 2000 Hanoverian gelding bred and trained by Caryn, earned numerous awards as a 3- and 4-year-old, including 5th place at Training Level Adult Amateur Region 2 championships. With his new owner, Pam Harting, Bandi was 3rd in the USDF Year-End Awards for Adult Amateur, Hanoverian division. Pictured is Bandiera with Pam's trainer, Orrie Decaster. (Photo by Pam Harting )



(SOLD)  Dove, a Hanoverian/Thoroughbred mare, was purchased as a
yearling, trained and shown through Third Level by Caryn before
being sold to Barb Wicklander (pictured with Dove). Now Dove
spends her summers in the Minneapolis area and is a "snowbird"
in Arizona in the winter. (Lucky horse!)


(SOLD)  Glissade (Guarantor/Palasades-Puritano) was approximately a First Level youngster when Amanda Johnson purchased him as a young rider. Amanda took Glissade through Young Riders and eventually Grand Prix, often beating imported, already trained FEI horses. Unforutnately, Glissade sustained an injury a few years ago and in spite of efforts by all, needed to be humanely put down. Through her partnership with Glissade and now her other horses, it has been a treat and a privilege to watch Amanda continue in her riding endeavors.

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