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News from Warrawee - October 2006 - April 2007

Well it has been an exciting period of time since our last update.

The A Class Goulburn Valley Show 14/15 October 2006 - I took three horses - my much loved purebred mare Warrawee Naadia (Arabian Park Banner/Warrawee Naadiq) to this show to endeavour to qualify her for the forthcoming Australian Championships in Victoria 2008. She won her class which was very gratifying as she had had limited preparation – thanks to Rebecca Lewin for showing her for me.

Also Warrawee La Veeda – yearling Anglo filly by Bandomol from Adronica ASB who won her Class and went Reserve Champion Anglo female – not bad for her first outing.

Warrawee La Veeda
Warrawee La Veeda

Congratulations must go to Al Kareeme on achieving Champion Anglo Female with Al Kareeme Enigma by Warrawee Versacee.

Warrawee Three Wishes won her Anglo Futurity for the second year in a row and also for the second year in a row won the High Point Award over all Futurity entrants – congratulations to proud owners Jenny and Louisa Giekie.

Warrawee Three Wishes
Warrawee Three Wishes

News of Warrawee Extreeme (Warrawee Grandee/Warrawee Nadra – West Australian State Champion Ridden Anglo 2006 – congratulations to owner Roz Wootten.

Warrawee Extreeme
Warrawee Extreeme

In November Sandra Baljeu and family – husband Andre and son Zac moved to Malaysia with Mt.William Perelin (Anglo gelding by Warrawee Dundee) and their current Victorian Champion Anglo female/filly Warrawee Adoree. (Warrawee Grandee/Mt.William Deena – full sister to Perelin in the Warrawee broodmare band). Perelin really flew the flag for the Arabian breed whilst in Australia achieving high honours in the dressage arena. Sandra is really looking forward to continuing the careers of both these wonderful horses in her new environment and we look forward to her news as time goes by. The horses will be accommodated at Putrajaya Equestrian Park where the Malaysian Government has spent many millions of dollars to build one of the biggest and finest Equestrian Centers in SEA. Photos underneath are of this magnificent centre and Perelin and Adoreee. See Pictorial for further photos.

Putrajaya Equestrian Park.Putrajaya Equestrian Park

Putrajaya Equestrian Park

Mt.William Perelin and Warrawee Adoree
Mt.William Perelin (by Warrawee Dundee) and Warrawee Adoree

Our Australian National Champion Anglo mare – Warrawee Ashantee is in foal to Heath and Rozzie Ryan's Jive Magic. We have been long time admirers of this wonderful stallion and eagerly await her foal. Our Arabian Warmblood mare by Arabian Park Banner – Warrawee Glory Bee – dam of the Australian National Champion yearling Arabian Warmblood Warrawee Veeana – is in foal to Byalee Romance by Heath and Rozzie Ryan's Regardez Moi. This foal is also eagerly awaited as Glory Bee's offspring are always of the highest quality.

See Photos of Veeana underneath with her happy owner Natasha Smith in the Pictorial section.

The Victorian Championships in November saw Warrawee Adoree (by Warrawee Grandee) go Champion Anglo female beautifully prepared and shown by Future Farms, with Al-Kareeme Enigma by Warrawee Versacee Reserve. Warrawee Rose of Salieree by Bandomol achieved a Top 5 placing – wonderful comments on all horses by the Canadian Judge.

Naaman Hallmark by Warrawee S'Preem went Champion Anglo Gelding.

Warrawee Adoree
Warrawee Adoree

An Italian couple Gian and Manuela Zazzeri arrived at Warrawee one afternoon whilst touring around Australia. We kept in contact and Manuela forwarded us photos of an important medieval event and antique horse race in Italy called the Pallio of Asti. Certainly looks spectacular you would agree.

Pallio of Asti.Pallio of Asti

Pallio of Asti

Jayde Porter reports that her partbred gelding Warrawee Audateeus is commencing his show career with success winning Champion Open Led Gelding at Albury Show and all of his ridden events in the open ring – what a great achievement. Jayde purchased Audateeus as a young gelding and has prepared and broken him to saddle herself – what a great job Jayde.

Warrawee Audateeus
Warrawee Audateeus

At the Classic in late February he was awarded –

6th in the dressage, 2nd 2 & 3 yo led partbred class, 2nd Newcomer, 2nd Novice Partbred, Reserve Champion Novice, 2nd Intermediate, 3rd Bridle Path Hack, 1st Show hunter, 1st Rider 18-24, Champion Adult rider.

Then Wodonga Show saw Jayde and Audateeus take out the Supreme Champion Derivative, Junior Champion, Champion Rider and Reserve Champion Ridden Derivative – with a lovely garland for the Supreme.

This combination is really outstanding. We look forward to more news of his achievements. He will be doing some dressage we understand during the winter months.

See more photos in the Pictorial Section.

News from Debra Brown in Western Australia who owns Warrawee Aveeance (Heini/Warrawee Malika) – 2nd in both her Preliminary and Novice Dressage Tests – great to see this lovely and talented filly out and about – congratulations Deb.

Warrawee Aveeance
Warrawee Aveeance

November, photos received from Kiss-K Arabians – Warrawee Regardez Moi and Warrawee A'Bandom with beautiful views from their new home– they have the life!!! A'Bandom has now been broken to saddle and progressing well and Regardez Moi is well under way.

Warrawee Regardez Moi and Warrawee A'Bandom
Warrawee Reegardez Moi and Warrawee A'Bandom

The Bendigo All Breeds Show in November was a successful day for Warrawee Three Wishes where she won her class and went on to be Champion Derivative Female. Naaman Galliano by Warrawee S'preem was Champion Derivative Male. and was also Supreme Exhibit in the Open ring – great day.

Galliano is proudly owned by Dreamtime Park .

Warrawee Shakeera was Grand Champion Derivative Female at the Yarra Valley “A” Class Show at Werribee Equestrian Centre in November 2006 – we look forward to her debut under saddle later this year.

News from Phillipa Jordan-Hill of her Grandee foal – Phillipa has waited many years since first sending a mare to Warrawee Grandee who didn't produce a foal after a couple of tries. Many years later she acquired a mare to send again to Grandee and she produced “Nelson” some weeks overdue. He had a a problem with his blood count and required plasma but she now has a healthy foal that she is overjoyed with. Good luck Phillipa.


Jenni Fairweather of Glenbruadair Arabians is very proud of the off-spring from her two Warrawee mares – an Arabian Warmblood by BGA Bagir from Warrawee Majestee, and a purebred colt from Warrawee Sahra by the Eagleridge stallion Afrikah (see photos) – two stunning youngsters. Congratulations Jenni. Photos by J Ogden

Arabian Warmblood by BGA Bagir from Warrawee Majestee.purebred colt from Warrawee Sahra

The S.E.A.H.A.C. "Ĕ Show at Toninbuk 20/1/2007 was a good day for Grandee stock with two reserve champions and the yearling Anglo filly Al-Kareeme Sugar ‘N'Spice by Warrawee Versacee (by Warrawee Grandee) from Warrawee Symphonee) won her class and went on to win Grand Champion Anglo Female. Congratulations Al-Kareeme Stud.

Bendigo All Breeds Show – Anne Hall the owner of the Arabian Warmblood mare Warrawee Amber-Lee (Heini/Warrawee Amoree) reports she took her along to the show for a look around as she had recently been broken to saddle. She had been entered her in halter classes and she came away with Champion Derivative mare, Champion Hack and Supreme Hack – 2 Champions and a Supreme – congratulations Anne. We look forward to seeing her out and about under saddle in Anne's very capable hands.

Jenny Beulke also owns a Warrawee Amoree offspring by Heini – seven year old Warrawee Peeter Pan (“Norbie”). Jenny purchased Norbie as a weanling and he has been carefully brought up to a now seven year old 17h horse – “so quiet we sometimes have to feel for a pulse”. He is being schooled by a lovely young rider Laura.

Warrawee Peeter Pan
Warrawee Peeter Pan

A good time was had by all on the trip to the United States of America in February. A group of 12 from Australia led by Annette Vickery who – thank goodness – had been before and led us very capably. The Scottsdale Show was a fabulous event and we saw some amazing horses and handlers – followed on by stud tours – most memorable to my mind Om El Arab and Jade Creek.

The group spent the first couple of days on arrival at Los Angeles where we visited Universal Studios and Santa Monica Pier, before heading off to the Scottsdale Show at Phoenix, Arizona. We spent 7 days there and then headed off to Las Vegas for a couple of days and nights (attending a Celine Dion show on the final night – she was absolutely fabulous). Some of the group headed off to the Grand Canyon during this time also.

Following the Celine Dion show which only 5 of the group attended, we headed off to Santa Barbara traveling all night to catch up with the rest of the group, arriving at 5 a.m. the next morning. After a couple of nights in Santa Barbara we headed up to San Francisco and all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves there – Alcatraz, China Town, Cable tram rides, Harbour tours and Markets.

On leaving San Francisco we headed off to Cambria for one night, then visited Intara Arabians,, where we saw some lovely horses including the stallions Dakar El Jamaal and his son Mazkarade, and some of their offspring.

Then we headed off down to San Diego where we visited Old Town San Diego and Tijuana in Mexico – lots of shopping done at this time. When we left there we headed back to Los Angeles and Disneyland which was very enjoyable with lots of photos taken for the grandchildren. Before heading off home again at the end of the three weeks holiday, cramming lots of purchases into extra cases for the trip home. We all arrived home very tired but having had a lovely time with new friends made on the trip.

We arrived back a couple of days before the commencement of the Australian Championships – would have loved to attend but much catching up to be done at the Stud.

Great news though of Warrawee Veeana, owned by Natasha Whiteman achieving Australian Champion Arabian Warmblood Yearling filly capably shown by Richard Sharman. The decision was unanimous, the filly scoring 10s on all three judges' cards.

Warrawee Veeana
Warrawee Veeana

The Australian Champion yearling Anglo class was won by the Warrawee S'preem filly Naaman Flaunt It. This incredibly beautiful filly was a credit to her owners/breeders Naaman Stud. Congratulations Naaman Stud.

Naaman Flaunt It
Naaman Flaunt It

The Warrawee Grandee son Gleaneagles Giorgio was Reserve Australian Champion Partbred gelding 2/3 years – fabulous achievement to this youngster in a large class of 12 entries whose dam is a clydesdale/thoroughbred cross mare. John Findlay was a very excited owner flying up from Melbourne to view the class for the day.

Gleaneagles Giorgio
Gleaneagles Giorgio

Late March saw us saying goodbye to the beautiful stallion Trystan Bobbi Dazzlah who is now settled into his new home at Macquarie Park Arabians at The Oaks, New South Wales. We wish Julie Curry all the best with him and we are sure she will have wonderful foals by him to be proud of. It was our wish that as we are getting older -Bobbi be settled into a new home where his bloodlines can be utilized and he can hopefully spend the rest of his career. We will be watching with much interest how he progresses. Warrawee retains some of his female offspring which we are very proud of.

News from Warrawee - August 2006

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