Silver Trophy

Middleburg HT
Birth Year: 1996 Gender: Mare
Color: Bay Height:  17.2 h. 
Breed: ISR - Oldenburg x Thoroughbred
Breeding: Robber Baron x Key Romance > Keelo

News Flash *** (Sept. 2012) - Trophy was inspected along with her daughter, G-FORCE, and grandson, COSMIC FORCE, to the International Sporthorse Registry and both were entered into their Mare Book.  Grand son, Cosmic Force, received a 7.9 and was branded ISR.

Trophy Show Jumping AEC

2000 - current - She has hunted TWELVE seasons all over the East coast. She qualified for the finals of the North American Field Hunter Championships every year she has competed.

TVH Trophy

2009 - Continued competing Preliminary with  Nicolette.  She also produced three foals through Embryo Transfer that were born in 2009.

       CASTOR and POLLUX, geldings by Disconto (Westphalian)

       G-FORCE, a filly by Graf Top II (Hannovarian)

2007 - Trophy had a successful season at Preliminary with Nicolette, qualifying and then competing in the 2007 American Eventing Championships. She went on to an eighth place at the Morven Park CCI* in 2007, their first time running in an FEI event.

2007 - Trophy and Rosemarie Merle-Smith were the Novice Champions in the Aiken Eventing Series.

2004 - foaled son, L'amoureux, by the Holsteiner, Love Affair, a 1st flight field hunter in Virginia and Tennessee.

2002 - Reserve Champion of the Junior Field Hunter Championships with Nicolette.

Trophy Pine Top

Trophy and Rosemarie at the 2007 Pine Top Farm Winter Horse Trials where they were second.

Jr. Field Hunter Res. Ch.
Keelo was a great sporthorse sire who stood at the famous Hill Top Show Stable owned by Rodney Jenkins.  Keelo, the popular sire of show horses, won classes at Devon and Upperville as a yearling. Next, he spent three seasons on the racetrack, winning at places like Aqueduct  and Laurel. Later in life, Keelo returned to the show ring, and he was pinned at major shows, including Devon and Upperville, in the green conformation hunter division.

Keelo was sired by Hill Prince who was Horse of the Year in 1950, winner of the Preakness, set a track record at Aqueduct, and was elected in to the Hall of Fame in 1991.)