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At Crestline Farm we don't sell horses we create teams.

The success of any relationship is dependent upon the needs and personalities of each partner. Our goal is to match clients with horses that will respond to their methods and thrive in their care.

We are proud to offer our talented, well mannered, performance prospects for your careful consideration.

 

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Bombay, 2000 filly
by Benvolio out of Aunt Lois
Sold to Sharon and Kaitlyn
of Mercer Island, WA


Bombay recieved the first Premium Oldenburg Verband Award. Bombay has a gorgeous head, sweet temprament and super light movement - we look forward to seeing her in the show ring.

Galena, 1999 filly
by Galypso out of Allegra
sold to Mich Green

"Galena is doing very well, I think she grew a couple of inches...and I think she really likes me. She comes running to me and she knows her name. She is really something else. Can' wait till next spring to start working with her!"

High Profile 1999
by Highroller out of Reba Jean
sold to Melinda Ryan
now known at Stevie






"Hi! I'm Stevie. I was born April 23, 1999 in Kent Washington at Crestline Farms. My Mom was real good to me and taught me how to eat hay and oats. The people that own Crestline Farms, Andrea Clibborn and David Anderson taught me how to wear a halter and how to follow on a lead rope. They also taught me how to behave and how to play with other kids. They loved me all the time. My Mom and I were very happy.

One sunny day a lady came to see me. I was lying in the sun and I didn't want to stand up. The lady said it was ok and rubbed my tummy. Well, that lady became my Mom.

Almost three years later, I am over 17 hands and I guess I'm quite handsome. That's what I keep hearing anyway. I just love to jump things, one time I jumped square over the hood of a car. My Mom was thinking of changing my name from Stevie to Evil Knevil Steevil. I'm glad that didn't happen. I heard my Mom say that Cam Reeves is going to train me for dressage, what ever that is. I'm trying to prepare myself for training so I practice flexing at my poll and I practice my lateral movements all by myself!! It's kinda fun.

I'll write more about my adventures growing up as I get older and get trained for this dressage thing although I'd rather jump. For now, life is good. You can visit me at Jones & Jones Farm in Renton, WA. By the way, bring carrots!"


Reggae 1999 Oldenburg Colt
by Rainbow out of Boardwalk
sold to Charlie Purnell
of
Ocean City MD



Cancun, 1999
TB/Arab/Paint Cold
by MJD Cuervo Gold out of Aja
sold
to Kathy Williams of Reval, VA





"Finally here are photos of a now 3yo "Cancun". We broke him about a month ago (very easy) and he walk, trots, canters, and trots ground poles. He is almost 16.2hh and still growing. "Cancun" has a wonderful disposition and is an excellent mover. Should be successful in most
diciplines"


Flurtatious 1998 Oldenburg Filly
by Flambou out of Allegra

sold to Steve & Andy Treichel

"Flirtations (Flurry) has exceeded our wildest dreams. I bought her as a jumper for my self - once my husband (a dressage rider) saw her he declared her as his own. What impresses me most is Flurry's desire to learn. I have started countless babies and without question the training that Flurry receive from birth has made my job allot easier. I plan to buy my replacement jumper from Crestline Farm."
Thank you for the effort that you put into your foals.

Andy Treichel

Genuine, 1998 filly
by Gonzo I out of Aunt Lois
sold to Vicki Von Arx.





"Well, I just have to tell you that Genuine (Gen)is the star baby at the barn. My trainer started riding her this week and just loves her. She said Gen feels like she's been under saddle for 6 months not just two, her balance and mind are great. She's settled in out in her paddock/stall and seems quite content with her new surroundings. Lots of horses to socialize with so she's happy. I'm going to start trail riding her a bit to give her some out and about time for her mind….

.... just a quick update...Gen is doing beautifully. She settled in and is so quiet no one can believe she's a three year old. She's very bonded to her paddock buddies so has a nice social life. Her training is coming along really nicely. She's the trainers "favorite" ride and the groom loves her so she gets allot of special attention. We went on a trail ride and she just blazed away in the lead - no fears at all. Squirrels run through her feet and she just ignores them! It's amazing. We're all really having fun with her, even Elise, my 6 year old daughter can brush her and help lead her around the farm. She's a true gem. Elise has named her Angel Bunny since she's so sweet and has big ears. We'll have to see if that one sticks. Hope all is well with you guys and the babies are doing great. Best, Vick"

Glyphs, 1997 filly
by Rainbow out of Aunt Lois
sold to
Kit Thomas of British Columbia,Canada.


Hi Andrea:
Glyphs has developed into a truly exquisite mare. I've given her another year before starting her seriously over fences--she's just not ready with her flat work. So she's in dressage training with Christine Jacobson (Howes) and showing tremendous potential as a dressage prospect. I know nothing about dressage, but I'm told she has the kind of talent that allows her to do passage and piaffe naturally. Where other horses spend years learning these movements, Glyphs has a way of going that lends itself to these kinds of movements naturally.

Cheers from Kit.

Beach Boy (Sunny), 1997 Gelding
sold to Judy and Adriana
of Santa Rosa, CA


Adorable 1997 pony, super flashy, NOW UNDER SADDLE and wonderful to ride!!, will be exceptional hunter pony, very beautiful and friendly, extremely large mover. Breeding is small Qtr Horse on sire side and POA cross on damside. Stands about 14.1+hh at 4 years old.

"Sunny is the best friend any 8 year old could have! He has the potential to teach me a whole lot. I love him and I don't know what I would do without him.

Sunny Lover,
Adriana"

Artistic Legacy , 1997 APHA Filly
In foal to Palladio for 2002
sold to Laura Kemp of Poulsbo WA


March 2002, Laura Kemp is proud to announce the arrival of a perfect pinto foal.

Mousse 1991 Holsteiner Gelding
by Lemgo I out of Satin's Rullah
sold to Paul and Lindsay Turnquist
of Ligonier, PA

 

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