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Renske fan e Olde Hoek, handled to Ster by Wendy Keller of Eskdale Arabians. 2000 Keuring.

 

Django of Cacharel - 8weeks old

 

Django of Cacharel (Ster) 5 years later.

 

Ynskje B, handled to Ster by Wendy Keller of Eskdale Arabians. 2006 Keuring

 

Nikkitta of Cacharel, handled to 1st Premie and Queensland Champion by Tracey Keller of Eskdale Arabians. 2006 Keuring (also handled to Ster in 2009 by Tracey Keller)

 

Django of Cacharel - also on the right

 

Idole-Renske of Cacharel

 

Django and Sam the Camel

 

 

 

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KIORA of CACHAREL

2e Main Studbook Friesian Filly

 

 

This is Kiora at 4 weeks of age.

OUR MAGNIFICENT STER MARE YNSKJE B PRESENTED US WITH A LOVELY FOALBOOK FILLY ON 12TH FEBRUARY 2011, KIORA of CACHAREL.

THIS IS A REPEAT BREEDING OF NIKKITTA OF CACHAREL (STER) & WENDY OF CACHAREL.

 

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The high percentage of Preferent (preferential) Mares and Stallions in Kiora's pedigree is an excellent indication of the quality of this filly's breeding. Preferent status is only awarded to a very small number of Friesians throughout the world who have demonstrated a consistent superior quality of offspring. Whilst Cacharel Friesians is quite a small Stud we have consistently shown the quality of our breeding and the ability to select only the best imported mares for our foundation stock. Success at the tri-annual and now bi-annual Australian Keurings are arguably the most credible indicator of the quality of the Friesian. Your Friesian horse is evaluated and assessed by some of the most knowledgeable people in the Dutch Studbook (KFPS) flown to Australia specifically for the task. Cacharel Keuring results are confirmation of the quality and correctness of our Friesians, putting Cacharel at the forefront of Friesian Breeders nationally since the inaugural Keuring in 2000.

2000 - Cacharel Friesians win Champion Friesian at the combined New South Wales and  Queensland Keuring

Australia's inaugural Keuring

2003 - Cacharel Friesians win Champion Friesian at the Queensland Tri-Annual Keuring

2006 - Cacharel Friesians win Champion Friesian at the Queensland Tri-Annual Keuring

At the NSW Keuring, Django of Cacharel, owned by Tashkent Friesians becomes the first Australian bred Ster Stallion

Nikkitta of Cacharel, retained by Cacharel becomes first Australian bred 1st premie filly (Main Studbook)

2009 - Cacharel Friesians win Champion Friesian at the Queensland Tri-Annual Keuring

2011 - Kiora of Cacharel awarded 2nd premie at 5 weeks of age at the Queensland Bi-Annual Keuring

Due to our upcoming relocation to Victoria Kiora was the sole entry by Cacharel in 2011. The next Keuring for Cacharel will be the 2013 Victorian Keuring where we expect to have a number of horses entered.

 

Cacharel Friesians are located near Toowoomba on the Darling Downs in South East Queensland, Australia. We bought our first Friesian in late 1997, a lovely filly named Renske fan e Olde Hoek, from Old Corner Stables in the Netherlands. Renske arrived at her new home early in 1998 and went on to become our first Ster mare . Renske produced two lovely foals before we lost her. Whilst she may no longer be with us in body she will always be with us in spirit. She was a lovely girl and an absolute pleasure to be around. A very good friend and artist has immortalised Renske in the Cacharel logo (top left).

Renske's first foal was a very cute little colt we named Django. Django was sold to Tashkent Friesians and in May 2006 became Australia's first home grown Ster Stallion. Renske's second foal, Idole-Renske, was a lovely filly now residing at Hunt Farm in New Zealand.

Django is also an accomplished dressage performer, often scoring in the 70ís and also qualifying for the National Dressage Championships, for the last two years. He is the only Australian bred Friesian to achieve this level of success and is a magnificent ambassador for his breed. He is currently one of only two Friesians competing at Prix St George Level in Australia.

In 2002 we imported the Foalbook mare, Ynskje B who we put in foal to Abel 304 prior to leaving the Netherlands. This breeding was designed to produce a top quality foal with an exceptional pedigree and Ynskje did not disappoint. Jaeger was born early 2003, and at an age of 9 weeks gained a second premie at the 2003 Keurings. Some months later he went on to live with his new owners at Ridgellea Friesians in New Zealand. I traveled with him (as I did with Idole-Renske) all the way to his new home and made sure he settled in and had a familiar face at all times during his trip. 

 

 

The 2006 Keuring was a high point for Cacharel Friesians. We presented two horses ourselves, Ynskje B was elevated to Ster mare and Nikkitta of Cacharel (Ynskje's second foal) was awarded first premie and Queensland Champion. Django of Cacharel was presented in New South Wales by his owners Lynn and Richard Jenkin of Tashkent Friesians and he became the first Australian bred Main Studbook Friesian to become Ster, making him the first and only Australian bred Ster Stallion.

 

 

 

 

LEFT - Django of Cacharel

Born in 2001 Django is Cacharel's first foal and Australia's first locally bred (via AI) Ster Stallion. An accomplished  competitor in the dressage arena, Django has twice qualified for the Australia Championships and the Dressage with the Stars competition and currently competes at Prix St George level. Thanks must go to his owners, Lynn and Richard Jenkin of Tashkent Friesians and his trainer and rider, Jeremy Janjic of North Kaludah Stud and Training Facility in Maitland NSW.

* Django photos from Tashkent Friesians

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RIGHT - Nikkitta of Cacharel

 

Born late December 2004, Nikki is Australia's first home bred  1st Premie Main Studbook Friesian. Nikki is a superb quality Filly with a very bright future. Nikki was also Queensland Champion at the 2006 and 2009 Keurings and made Ster in 2009.

 

 

 

 

LEFT - Django of Cacharel

 

 

 

 

 

 

RIGHT - Jaeger of Cacharel

Born in early 2003, Jaeger is an exceptionally well bred boy who is developing into a lovely horse. He is a slow maturing boy and is not expected to reach his potential until at least 5 to 6 years of age. Jaeger now lives in New Zealand with Ridgellea Friesians. Jaeger has also had a starring role in the latest Chronicals of Narnia movie (Caspian Prince).

* Jaeger photo from Ridgellea Friesians (NZ)

 

 

 

 

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