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Welcome to Knabstruppers for USA

Deep in the heart of the lovely Shenandoah Valley, lies Cedar Creek Stables, home of an unusual breed of horse.

The Knabstrupper horse is an old and rare breed, originally developed in Denmark the horses come from the same original stock as the Spanish horses that gave rise to the Appaloosa. The Knabstrupper and the Appaloosa share the same unusual color patterns, they are the ‘spotted’ horses. The color variations range from the whole body spots of the classical Leopard pattern (sometimes called “Tiger’ pattern), in bay, black and chestnut to the blanket spotting and to varnish roan and snowflake patterns.
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Latest Knabstrupper News

April 26th, 2014 08:09 PM
Welcome to the world CCS Alyar a gorgeous bay based peopard filly, by Halifax Middelsom out of BeeBe, (Briar), a stout powerful filly, super mover and just full of vim and vigour. Born April 15th we also want to welcome CCS Adanessa, By Ecuador Skrødstrup out of Demi (Dauphin), this is a super elegant filly, […]

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Two Fabulous weekends for Knabbies

April 26th, 2014 08:02 PM
First it was the Lucinda Green Cross-country clinic at Win Green. April rode Theo and Sophia rode Frej. Both horses were outstanding and jumped so well and were so honest. They are such tryers. Lucinda was impressed as were a number of the spectators. They were such a good shop window for Knabbies! Plus the […]

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CCS Legolas is Reserve Champion

December 5th, 2013 04:31 PM
Well done to CCS Legolas who was Reserve Champion in the 3 yr old Materiale class in the Dressage at Devon Breed show in 2013. CCS Legolas was bred here at Cedar Creek Stables and is currently owned by Maureane Hoffman.  

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2013 KNN Inspection

October 25th, 2013 07:33 PM
is finally over. It was a great inspection and all went well, but it was exhausting! A sudden cold snap, for which I was not ready, did not help. All the horses looked great. an especial big thank you to April Shultz for all her hard work both prepping horses and showing horses all day. […]

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