Main Book Friesian Sporthorse (FSA) gelding
15.3 hands * foaled July 4, 2015
Sire: Lexington (Elite Grand Prix Friesian Sporthorse stallion)
Dam: imported Ster Dutch Warmblood mare by Inspekteur
Liberty ROF is a talented FEI dressage prospect in a smaller package.
Liberty ROF's sire is the Elite Grand Prix Friesian Sporthorse stallion Lexington -- one of the best known and most successful Friesian Sporthorse stallions in the country. Lexington was the USDF All Breeds Friesian Sporthorse National Champion at Grand Prix in 2014, 2015, 2017, and 2018. He was also the FSA High Performance National Champion a record five times. He has been featured in numerous magazine articles and was featured on the cover of Warmbloods Today magazine. In 2013 Lexington was ranked #10 on the USEF Leading Dressage Breeding Sires list. His offspring have excelled at both dressage and eventing, with national and regional champions.
Liberty ROF's dam is an imported Ster Dutch Warmblood mare by the Dutch Warmblood stallion Inspekteur (a Roemer grandson) and out of a Ster mare by Meridiaan. She excelled in collection and long-lining and was once featured in Dressage Today magazine in a series on long-lining.
Liberty ROF is a sweet horse with a good temperament. He was started late and brought along slowly and is still green, but he has the basics of walk, trot, and canter and is learning his leads. He trailers, stands for the farrier, ties, bathes, etc.
Liberty was foaled on the 4th of July, 2015. He is 15.3 hands.
Liberty ROF is registered with the Friesian Sporthorse Association in the Main Book, with sire and dam DNA verification. He is also already registered with both the USDF and USEF (a $115 and $300 value, respectively.)
Located in Central Florida.
Asking $18,000. (Reasonable offers considered.)
(386) 717-0852 (text or call) or
Liberty ROF's sire "Lexington".
(Click on the photo to go to Lexington's webpage.)
Liberty ROF's dam, as featured in Dressage Today magazine in a series about long-lining.
Susan J. Stickle photo.