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Amberlea Equestrian Services

"Training for Pleasure"

Station Lane, Northfield Station, Ontario

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Pedigree        Show Record        Foals

Serinask by *Bask x Queen-B by *Buszmen
14.3 hand Black Stallion
Sweepstakes Nominated Sire - SCID Clear

"Charlie" was bred by Mr. & Mrs. Horace Gregory of Massena, NY. They owned many fine horses, legends of the breed - daughters of *Bask, *El Mudir, *Serafix and *Bajram. Their breeding program was a rich blend of the Polish classics and the American dream. They produced such greats as Serinask, Gwalifix, Mymudira and Bask Flame to name a few. Charlie was one of the last foals they bred.

Mary was visiting their farm and fell in love with Charlie and his dam. After some serious thought, she purchased Charlie in 1988 and his dam shortly after. Queen-B unfortunately died while in foal to Cerr Corte.  She was a beautiful 15.2 hand, big, black and bold mare and has a major influence on Charlie's foals.

Charlie is siring tall, leggy, athletic foals with loads of Arabian type. They all have his wonderful temperament and are easy to work with and train. He is the sire of winners in Show Hack, Country English Pleasure, Native Costume, Hunter Pleasure, Western Pleasure, Halter and Most Classic. 

Charlie got a later start on a show career and was only shown for 2 seasons in 1994 & 1995. He was undefeated in Most Classic Arabian, Grand Champion Stallion at the Royal Winter Fair, Reserve Champion Western Pleasure and a winner in Park, Pleasure Driving and English Pleasure. Now he spends his summers out with the mares and foals, breeding on average 6 or 7 mares a year.