Test Foal

Gender: Gelding
Date of Birth: 13/10/2016
Registration number: pending


A 16.2 hand (maturity height) strawberry roan with striking white markings and very solid sport horse breeding! He is by the imported French appaloosa stallion, Peyres Executive Rock (known for work able riding horses) out of a homebred appaloosa sport horse mare, Painted Heisse Marroni (competing in jumping and only produced this one foal for our stud) sired by the imported Hanoverian stallion_Welt Eiger (by WeltMeyer dressage stallion of the decade out of a Eiger I_showjumper delux breeding mare). We all know in sport horse breeding the dam sire is everything, well here you go! He is very correct and very athletic with super bone quality. Bold, expressive with a huge personality. Grown slowly with good quality food in a herd environment on hard ground. Easy to work with and happy with just about anything he is presented with. Granite is a perfect candidate for professional sport riding. The person who snatches this one will only realise his or her luck afterwards! Quality like this does not come along often.


Peyers Executive Rock (French IMP); Rocky, a 15.3 hand sorrel few spot appaloosa stallion, produced several ridden and in-hand champions for our stud before being sold. He is a strong proven sire of consistent type that produces exceptional quality mares. The foals produced by this stallion are expressive with loads of presence, but very work and trainable. This line goes directly to the leading sire of medallion winners and point earners multiple world and national champion producer, ROCK STAR. Rocky has only been selectively bred in South Africa with very few of his offspring ever to be found on the open market. His progeny are sought after and sells in the higher price range.


Painted Heisse Marroni; A 16.1hand chestnut homebred appaloosa sport horse mare with very good work ethic. She was bred and raised at stud to produce one foal whereafter she perused a working career in professional jumping at the age of 4.5 years of age. She is by Welt Eiger (HNN Imp Germany), a 16.2hand black Hanoverian stallion with white markings. A direct son of WeltMeyer (dressage stallion of the decade) out of an Eiger I (A grade showjumping sire) mare.

Future plans:

Painted Red Granite will continue to be raised at stud with the correct environmental attributes to mature him into a sport horse of note. He will be backed when of age (January 2020) and continue further schooling until sold to a selective rider whom can produce him for the stud.