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Next Inspection

October 29, 2010

We drove home from Ohio, we had Tuesday to recover and then it was our Inspection.
There were 4 foals, 4 brood mares and a young stallion being presented for judging. It wasn’t a very long day thankfully.

CCS Tinuvel (Sugar) trots out for the judges in the broodmare class.

All the horses get looked at initially walking and trotting on the hard surface. Then they are looked at in the indoor on the soft surface at walk, trot and canter. Plus they have a conformation judgment.
The young stallion, Leofric the Dane is also looked at free jumping in a chute.

CCS Lobelia trots in the indoor.

I am glad to say that Leo got another years breeding license.
Of the 4 foals that were shown, CCS Legolas got the highest score and went forward to the finals.

CCS Legolas trots in the indoor

There were 4 broodmares forward for inspection, 3 of these were warmblood mares for crossbreeding, so the winner of the broodmare class was the only Knabstrupper in the class (the warmbloods were not in contention since they were not Knabbies), and that was CCS Tinuvel.

CCS Tinuvel (Sugar) winner of the broodmare class and ultimately Best In Show

But Sugar went to the finals where she was judged to be the Best in Show and won the coveted neck ribbon.

For those of you who would like to see more pics of the hroses go to
Pam Talley Stoneburners website and take a look
All the pics in this blog were taken by Pam.

You can go to and click on the link to view photos. Once there, go to the KNN 10-20-10 gallery and choose your horse!



  1. Just got a fewspot Knabstrupper mare to cross to our Friesian Stallion. Hoping for a polka dot sport horse lol. Do you have inspections in TX?

    Comment by Claudia Perillo — October 30, 2010 @ 10:31 am

  2. HI Ciny, A Friesian is not a permitted outcross, so no point in having it inspected. I’m sure it will be a fun horse but it won’t get papers from KNN. Sounds like fun though. Might be a whole new breed, spotted Friesians.

    Comment by Melyni — October 30, 2010 @ 10:55 am

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