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       OLIVIER R.S.
2012 FPS FRIESIAN STALLION

      5 years old 16hh 1,919lbs (current weight)       

We proudly stand the 2012 16hh FPS Friesian Stallion Olivier R.S. This Majestic son of Mintse 384 is an outstanding example of the Friesian breed as he is sired by one of the most noted and accomplished Friesian Stallions in North America. Olivier produced his first foal crop in 2016 that quickly sold across the U.S. ranging in Flashy Trail Mounts to Dressage prospects. Olivier is only beginning his journey in our program at just coming 5. He is a heavy built stallion that will have the Majestic mane nearing his knees. He tops off his Dreamy looks with his incredible temperament. Olivier has booked full and has kept a short waiting list for breeding's since 2015...


$850.00 breed fee

$7.00 a day mare care

All foals are register-able!


BOOKED FULL-2016 -2017

*Olivier's mane has grown back exponentially but we anxiously anticipate it's full bountiful length*




Our Friesian Stallion Trainer Jim Hicks of Sage Creek Equestrian
Jim put a wonderful foundation on Olivier R.S. spring of 2015

Oliviers Majestic Friesian Sire- Minste 384 Sport

Tribute to Mintse 384 Sport an Incrediable Legacy~

Mintse 384 Sport
Leffert 306 Sport + Preferent x Lammert 260 Preferent
March 2, 1996 August 5, 2015



While we grieve at his loss, we can truly say that this stallion brought so much joy and excitement into our lives and it has been an honor to have been his caretakers for the past 9 years. He was the “king” in our barn and he will be greatly missed.

Mintse was born in the Netherlands at the farm of R. Algra. Several years later he was purchased by Tilly Lont who owned him during the 6 years he stood at stud in the Netherlands. His trainer/rider there was Ingeborg Klooster.

In 2007 Mintse was purchased by Bob and Arlene DeBoer (Michigan) in partnership with Jim and Sally Bedeker and began his North American breeding career. He was the first approved breeding stallion to ever hold the “Sport” predicate in North American. Mintse set the record for the highest number of breedings for a KFPS stallion in one breeding season with 153 mares covered in the year 2008 (U.S.). That record has held firm until just this year when his own stable mate surpassed it.

In addition to his work in the breeding shed, Mintse traveled throughout the United States to many FHANA sponsored events including the Friesian Extravaganza and being part of the 10 stallion Friesian Train at the World Equestrian Games.
Mintse was the 2005 KFPS World Grand Champion Stallion. His legacy lives on in his 2 approved sons Tsjalle 454 (3 time KFPS Reserve Champion Stallion) and Date 477 and also his grandson Jehannes 484 (2015 KFPS World Grand Champion Stallion).

We ask that you join us in celebrating his life and the huge impact he had on the Friesian breed.

The Friesian Connection Family
Amy Kroll and Janice VerMerris (Stallion Station)
Bob and Arlene DeBoer
Jim and Sally Bedeker
And Ellisa Kroll – who rode Mintse this spring and summer, earning some of her scores for her USDF Bronze Medal with Mintse as her mount. She loved Mintse so much. They both shared a beautiful “mane”. Being part of Ellisa’s high school senior pictures was the very last thing he ever did and we will cherish these pictures forever.


**Biograhpy of the Historic Minste 384 Sport**
 
Licensed by the KFPS as a breeding Friesian stallion, Mintse is fully approved on
offspring and will never lose his breeding privileges. Mintse is a son of
the preferent stallion Leffert 306 and the star mare Jieldou (Lammert
Preferent) and was born in 1996.
 
Mintse has the Sport predicate behind his name. The Sport predicate is
earned when a horse has proven himself as a superior horse in competition.
Not only must the horse achieve a high level in sport, he must also win at
a high level consistently. Mintse has earned this predicate in dressage,
competing and winning at Z2 dressage in the Netherlands. Mintse has also
been the winner of the Silver Whip, a special award given for success in
the dressage arena. In addition to all that Mintse has been a multiple
time winner of the “Zilveren Klomp”, an award given to the crowd favorite
as the horse with the best trot. 
 
In the Netherlands Mintse was very successful as a show driving horse, wowing both the judges and the audience with his amazing trot.
 
Mintse is one of the highest rated stallion in North America for improving the trot on his offspring. The FPS (Dutch registry) gives a score to evaluate the stallion's influence on many factors. A score of 100 is neutral...meaning the stallion did not influence the offspring in either a positive or negative way in a specific area. Mintse's score on the trot of his offspring is 106. (FPS breeding index 2007)
 
Mintse Facts:
 
Born: March 2, 1996
Height: 16.1 hands
Sire: Leffert Sport + Preferent
Dam: Jieldou Star + Preferent
Dam's sire: Lammert Preferent
Stam: 25
Fully approved on offspring
2005 KFPS World Grand Champion
2006 KFPS World Reserve Champion
Winner of the Zilveren Klomp 2003, 2004, 2005
"Sport" predicate
One of the highest rated stallions in North America for improving the trot
on his offspring
One of the highest rated stallions in North America on "sport-ability" of
offspring
Winner of the Silver Whip in dressage
Luxurious, long mane and forelock
Over 100 breedings in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
Stud fee: $2000
Multiple mare incentive: Buy 3 breedings to Mintse, get one free
 
Mintse’s offspring have beautiful heads, well developed necks, good
conformation and demonstrate the same impressive movement as their sire.
 
Mintse is the proud sire of the KFPS stallion Tsjalle 454 (Mintse x
Brandus). Tsjalle is the 2011 KFPS World Reserve Champion and reigning
Dutch Sjees Champion.