Wilga Park Chambourcin - black Filly - (Sire: RanchBoss Cortez)
Born 22 January 2008
This filly is exquisite. She is very correct, very pretty and has personality plus - just what we had hoped for.
Chambourcin is named after a grape vine that provides wine that has been described as 'zestful in flavour, deeply coloured, strong on it's own and versatile.' A fitting description indeed.
Chambourcin is so athletic and so bright and alive with enthusiasm for life, with her beauty, you can’t take your eyes off her.
Her colour genetics have been completed, and Chambourcin is Ee aa nn ... hetrozygous black with no cream gene.
This beautiful filly has been snapped up by a very discerning lady in Victoria, to be one of her Foundation Mares of her newly formed Stud, Shibui Morgan Stud.
Wilga Park Chambourcin at 7 weeks of age - SOLD
Wilga Park Chancellor - buckskin Gelding - (Sire: RanchBoss Cortez)
Born on 14 November 2009
This buckskin boy is superb. He is an old soul, who has been here before, seen it all, and nothing is new or scarey. He is as serene as they come. He is also very correct in his conformation and has a head that will have people turning to stare, he is so gorgeous.
Chancellor is named after a grape that provides wine that has been described as 'of spicy/earthy character, with a smooth finish; rich bodied, with a gentle flavour.' The grape is described as " A Leader with an unassuming voice" ... A fitting description indeed for this beautifully natured foal.
Chancellor is one in a million.
This stunning gelding has been snapped up by a very talented lady in New South Wales, who has waited patiently for this particular cross as her riding horse.
Nila and Chancellor will do superb things in the Dressage arena, together.
Wilga Park Chancellor - SOLD
Wilga Park Conquistador - buckskin colt - (Sire: RanchBoss Cortez)
Born on 04 December 2010
Conquistador is going to be tall and he has the most gentle nature. He loves people, and is the first to walk up for a scratch. Conquistador is a delight and unfazed by anything. His Mum often leaves him lying asleep in the grass. When he wakes up and is looking for her, he simply wanders along calling for her (she ignores him!!). There is no panic in him at all ... he is full of trust in his surroundings.
Conquistador is also named after a grape that has been described as - 'The Conquistador grape is a multi purpose, disease resistant grape that makes a beautiful, red wine that is quite unique. The grape has quite a 'foxy' flavour.
'Conquistador', also being spanish for Conqueror, certainly suits him. His gentle spirit has conquered many hearts and will continue to do so, over time.
This stunning boy is a joy to have in our paddock and his build leads us to believe he will be a performance horse to contend with, if that is the choice made for him.
Conquistador was to be retained by us as a Junior stallion to follow in his Sire's footsteps, but when Rachel approached us to let him be her foundation stallion for Hodgson Park Morgans & Equestrian in Western Australia, we knew, in our hearts, that Conquistador's future lay with her.
Conquistador will be Rachel's riding horse and her breeding stallion.
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Wilga Park Conquistador - 3 years- with Rachel up for the first time- SOLD