Chateau Vista's Baroness
An exceptional powerhouse sport mare with a diverse lineage of greatness...
Baroness CVL, "Tahlia"
A Westfalen North American Registry Mare
An exceptional powerhouse sport mare with diverse lineage versatility throughout her pedigree
ES Black Tie X Dollar de la Pierre X Diamant Rouge II X Tanlas X Fury de la Cense
Chateau Vista Farm's is excited to present Baroness CVL. "Tahlia" has a loaded pedigree favorable for multiple disciplines and will be an exceptional three ring horse. She is also bred in the purple for dressage and has talent where she could also excel as an eventer as well with her sire being ES Black Tie.
ES Black Tie PF ~ Baroncelli / Raphael / Gardestern. 16.3 hand, Black, Hanoverian Stallion. Descending from the Bolero line. Black Tie shares a pedigree with greats such as Beauvalais, Brentina and Bonaparte to name a few. Sire Baroncelli was the performance test winner in Munster-Handorf, 2002 best stallion of the year and fourth at the 2004 World Championships. Dam, SPS Regina by Raphael was a successful jumper and is a member of the German Jumping Program. Raphael is also seen in some top hunter pedigrees, as well in dam lines of approved stallions. The influence of Ramiro contributes greatly to Raphael’s prepotency for siring top horses of diverse abilities, including Ramina, Rockefeller, Raphaelo, Ravallo and Radiator. Raphael is also seen in some top hunter pedigrees as well as in the damlines of approved stallions. Raphael, one of the most successful stallions by the legendary Ramino Z, is himself one of the top 20 jumping sires of all time (World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses data). Raphael is the sire of: World Cup qualifiers and German Masters winner, Radiator (Rene Tebbel), Ralph (Olympic bronze medallist Sydney); FRH Robinson (World cup finalist in USA); Ramina (Ludger Beerbaum); Rosina (Eric Lamaze, USA), winner, Toronto indoor CSIO; Ricci (Dirk Ahlmann) among many others. He has also sired several international dressage horses. Successful offspring based in Britain include Brookend Raphaella, Raphaels Boy and 2000 Ladies champion, It`s Cool (who is also out of an Argentan mare). Raphael’s progeny are also noted for their excellent temperaments, good movement , soundness and rideability.
Black Tie had a very successful career in the hunter ring, earning many championships, and notable wins. Showing though the Pre Green hunters primarily in Ocala where he has based in training. Black Tie is a very notable sire of many accomplished sons, and daughters who have captured top scoring mare titles, jumper breeding program approvals, multiple wins to championships in performance thru-out many disciplines, to top scoring foals at their inspections. Although bred in the purple for Dressage, ES Black Tie PF had a very successful hunter career, and now stands at Avalon Equine. Baroness CVL's dam has lineage that is full of elite show jumping blood.
Baroness CVL's 1st Dam Ulania Tournerie, Chateau Vista Farm's Ulania Tournerie, or “Lania” is a Selle Francais 17.2hh bay mare imported from France. Ulania is a large bay mare (1m70), in the blood, with a beautiful head (like many products of Dollar de la Pierre). Lania is currently showing and will be a fantastic mount for the upper levels having a long start due to being in the breeding shed. Ulania competed in the young horse series in France. She started the classic 4-year CSO course in 2012. Both uterine sisters, Romance Tournerie and Saphir Tournerie, did excellent at the 4-year finals Normandy. She was campaigned in the Young Horse Series in France under the French breeding farm of Catherine Porier at Elevage de la Tournerie de Chevaux in Normandy before she was imported by Chateau Vista Show Jumpers as a five year old to the USA. Being one of our top mares by far, Ulania is not mare-ish, is incredibly easy to ride, and is very willing over fences. Ulania is the ideal sporthorse. She is well-behaved on the ground and under saddle and has had automatic lead changes from the start under saddle. She is an incredibly well-balanced mare. Lania is currently in full training and has a future in all three rings. She is equipped with good locomotion and a very good mind applied to work. She has blood and strength. Ulania is a sport and embryo donor mare in our embryo transfer program
Ulania is by the sire, Dollar de la Pierre (alias Tlaloc M) who is the son of the famous SF stallion Quidam de Revel. Dollar de la Pierre was one of the best show jumping horses in France during his career. At 9, he was part of the Mexican team at the Sydney Olympics. From 10 to 15 years old, back in France he was World Champion stallions in Lanaken, Jerez World Champion (by team) He was on the winning team at the WEG in Jerez in 2002, Vice champion of France, Vice European team champion and 7th individual at the European Championships in Donaueschingen, Winner of the European Championship final, the CSI *** Liège GP, the La Baule Nations Cup, the British GP of the CSIO ***** of Hickstead. Classified in the CSI or CSIO GPs of Vichy, Deauville, Royan, Dinard, Gijon, Madrid, Aix La Chapellle, Hickstead, Verona, Vittel, La Baule, Lyon, Caen, Geneva, Paris, Calgary, Bordeaux, Hardelot, Lucerne. In 2003 he got European silver with the French team in Donaueschingen.
As her sire, he has left several great offspring. Dollar is a real gentleman. He is an expressive horse with a very current sport model. He is undoubtedly the true successor of his father. It conveys the balance, intelligence and strength that he himself has inherited from his famous parents. His production is chic, with a lot of presence and a very strong back. With him, there is no mistake. Her father Tlaloc La Silla (ex Dollar de la Pierre) was a great competitor and also produced many great horses like Oasis (ex Incas de L’Oasis) and HH Rebozo alias Rebozo La Silla who is ridden by Rodrigo Pessoa and currently available at stud by Hyperion Stud in Virginia.
Uania's grandsire is the great Quidam de Revel, phenomenal international performer, ISO 185, 4th of the J.O. of Barcelona, is recognized as a race leader. He is the father of numerous stallion performers as well as many great performers in CSIO and CSI-W. At the end of 2014, he has at least 300 winning products in CSI and CSIO, 10th best world father in the Stallions Ranking WBFSH.
Having passed away in early 2014, Quidam de Revel will be remembered not only as a world class Nations Cup and Olympic jumper, but as a prolific elite sire as well.
Under Herve Godignon, Quidam de Revel won the 1990 Nations Cup in New York as well as the Grand Prixs in New York and Dortmund. The eight year old stallion won over one million Francs that year. In 1991, Quidam and Herve not only were team fourth and individually sixth at the European Championships in La Baule, they also won the Nations Cup in Hickstead, were second in Rotterdam, seventh in Calgary, and were fifth in the World Cup finals in Gothenburg, Sweden. Representing France, Herve and Quidam de Revel helped secure the team bronze at the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games and were fourth individually. That same year, they won the Nation Cups of Rome and Dinard as well as the Grand Prix of Rome.
In 1993, Quidam was sold to the Velin family of Denmark. Under Charlotte Velin, he won the Scandanavian Young Riders championships, and after her brother Thomas took over the reins, Quidam was 4th in the 1993 Grand Prix of Oslo, seventh in the Millstreet World Cup qualification, and 3rd in the stallion class in Mechelen as well as the Danish derby. In 1995, Quidam and Thomas went on to 3rd in the Grand Prix of Neumuenster and placed in the Volvo World Cup, the Masters in Zurich, the Munich Grand Prix, the Swedish derby in Falsterbo, as well as the CSI-As in Spangenberg and Valkenswaard. After more placings at Grand Prix, Thomas and Quidam were fourth at the 1996 Young Rider European championships, and in 1997, they went on to win the Grand Prix of Hanover and were fifth in the Helskinki World Cup qualification. They also placed in the World Cup qualification in Paris and the Volvo World Cup finals in Gothenburg. In 2001, Quidam de Revel was retired from his illustrious competitive career at the amazing age of 19 and was able to focus on being a legendary sire.
Quidam de Revel's ability to produce top class talent was noticed as soon as his foals started hitting the ground in 1988. He has produced more than 30 approved sons in Germany, and in 2012, eleven of his offspring competed at the London Olympic Games. The success of his offspring has kept Quidam at the top of the WBFSH jumper sire rankings for years. In 2014 he was ranked 10th. His best known offspring are Dollar de la Pierre (aka Tlaloc la Silla, 2000 Olympic finals, 2002 WEG team gold medalist under Reynald Angot), Nabab de Reve (2002 WEG team bronze under Philippe Le Jeune, approved sire with internationally successful offspring), Giudam (aka Adagio IV, approved KWPN sire with internationally successful offspring), Kador du Valn, Le Prestige St. Lois de Hus, Queen Liesa, Quite Capitol, Bianca D'Amaury (Rodrigo Pessoa), Quel Homme (2005 German national champion under Rene Tebbel), Circa Z, Coco Chancel and Etoupe. Quidam de Revel stems from the outstandingly successful Alme-Jalisco B line. Jalisco B represented Portugal at the 1998 Seoul Olympic Games before retiring to stud and producing horses such as Quito de Baussy (World and European champion in 1990 and 1991 under Eric Navet) and Dollar du Murier (2002 WEG team gold and individual silver). Quidam de Revel's dam, Dirka was also an international winner under Nelson Pessoa and was a ¾ sister to the French stallion Uriel.
Baroness CVL's dam lines continues to impress as her 2nd Dam Jalania Roc is by the great influential stallion Diamant Rouge II by Papillion Rouge. Papillon Rouge’s story is linked with that of Fernand and Xavier Leredde of the legendary horse breeding family in the heart of France’s horse country, Normandy. The French legend Papillon Rouge is a stallion who has become one of the leading progenitors of upper level competition horses. He appears regularly in the top level of sport horse sires in all studbooks and through his sire, Jalisco B, carries some of the most influential jumping bloodlines in the world.
Sire ES Black Tie
Dam CVL Ulania Tournerie
ES Black Tie
Dollar de la Pierre
Quidam de Revel
CVL Ulania Tournerie
Diamant Rouge II
Straight from the breeder's mouth...
“We are so very pleased to be able to produce such a fine mare as we have in Tahlia. We have no doubt this mare will do great things as she is such an exceptional all-around powerhouse type of a horse. We are thrilled to be able to produce such a strong diverse mare and cannot wait for the future with her!"
-Team Monserrate Proud Breeders, Chateau Vista Farm, LLC