AHHA Holsteiner approvals, 2009

Please join us on September 29 at Riverside Equestrian Center on Foggy Bottom Road for the 2009 Virginia site AHHA (Holsteiner) breeding approvals. There will be an Equine Art show during the approvals.

AHHA Virginia site information and list of entries are available. Breeders will be sending photos to be posted in this list of enrties. Please check back often.


Cloverlone Broodmare Farm - spotted Holsteiner collection appaloosa sport horse

Captain American and Gail Guirrer-Maslyk

Cloverlone Broodmare Farm is home to many new exciting equine adventures. Cloverlone's first and longest endeavor, the collection of Spotted Holsteiners has made it to down to 4% appaloosa in the new Holsteiner sport stud colt, Captain America. He has his sire's fluid movement and his dam's balance, steadiness and strong hind leg. Cappy shows strong dressage talent as well as the confidence of a hunter or jumper. He will start showing in hand in 2009 at Upperville.

Another important spotted Holsteiner is VicTaurus. She's a few spot (white with black spots) v. Livingstone (v. Landgraf) - White Shoulders v. Locksley Spotlight (Churchill). She's a tall mare with large shoulder and three strong gaits. Her under saddle training begins this spring. She will be bred via embryo transfer in the future once the ideal stallion has been picked.

View pictures of Cloverlone's spotted Holsteiners and Holsteiner sport horses >>



Saluut II - '1989 Horse of the Year' and 'Most Money Won in a Year' (twice)

R-Saluut II and Margie Engle

Elder statesman, R Saluut II (b. 1981) comes to stand at Cloverlone in 2009. He has stall #1 in the new barn and enjoys a paddock of green grass. He has gained weight well this season and catching his mares on a single cycle! Dr. Ley manages his mares on sight in order to keep the collections to a minimum. Semen will not be shipped. He is bred to three excellent Holsteiner mares for 2010 foals.

R Saluut II pedigree and list of progeny >>

Click here for pedigree and pictures of 2009 filly Byacinthe (out of Nyacinthe II v. Indorado, stam 242) born April 17 >>


Gail Guirreri-Maslyk's Equine and Sporting Fine Art

This painting is being raffled to benefit the Blue Ridge Hospice. Tickets are $20.00 at the event June 6.

June is one of Gail's busiest months for non-profits. A hospice benefit, The Belmont Party at Foxcote, is the evening of June 6th. Members of VEAA (Virginia Equine Artist Association) show and sell their art with 30% donated to Blue Ridge Hospice.

Gail has been show artist for the Roanoke Valley Horse Show since 1999. The show proceeds benefit the Bradley Free Clinic, equine reasearch and other charities and scholarships. Show dates are June 15 - 20 at the Salem Civic Center. This is only a 3 hour drive from Loudoun/Fauquier. If you have not been, it's the show known for 'Southern Virginia Hospitality'!


Hunt Landscape in progress for the Middleburg Humane Foundation Benefit Auction June 20

une 20 was the Middleburg Humane Foundation Benefit at Peace and Plenty. Gail had a 48" x 60" Hunt Scene Landscape painting auctioned to benefit the Middleburg Humane Foundation.

For more information and to view other paintings by Gail please visit:

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only 4% appaloosa blood!

AHHA approvals 2009

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Original Equestrian Oil Paintings by Gail Guirreri-Maslyk