Richard's View Stable
Brian Cole and Chris Scharff-Cole (613) 401-1339

 

     Brian and Chris Cole began their breeding operation in 1993. After thoroughly researching the sport horse industry, they found that the German Hanoverian Breed topped the world in performance and success in all Olympic disciplines. The Coles decided to pursue these bloodlines, traveled to the famous Celle State of Germany to select their foundation stock and feel truly blessed by this decision. One of their ‘States Premium’ mares recently received top North American ranking in the new ‘Show Jumper Breeders Program’. A program developed to promote the breeding of our countries future Olympic mounts. There rankings are published worldwide and are based on pedigree, World Cup/ Olympic ancestry, success of offspring as well as international performance scores. The Coles breeding program has established a reputation for producing exceptionally athletic competition horses, capable of excelling in any and all disciplines, from pleasure to nationals. Offspring sold in Canada, United States and Europe, remain consistently Winning Champions within their divisions. One stallion sold in Canada, won ‘North American, Champion, Stallion of the Year’ 2005 with an unheard of overall 9.9 score.  

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Champion Offspring

 


 

 

Our Goal from the beginning, to produce one mount that does it all. Selective breeding of only olympic pedigree and performance of both jumping and dressage parantage, has successfully achieved this dream. Each and every beautiful baby has grown into dream partner equally capable of excelling to the top in jumper ring; dressage circuit with the heart of  cross country eventer. 

 

 

Chris studied Breeding; Insemination and Embryo Transplant with Guelph University in 2001. Utilizing fresh and frozen seamen of mostly Cell State Stud of Germany but also some magnificent Canadian Bred Hanoverian Stallions producing our amazing progency.

 

 

Richard View improted from Germany only states premium (outstanding preformance scores) Hanoverian Mares; our goal ~ to produce a noble horse with a cooperative temperment, elastic gaits, correct conformation, and outstanding ability in all Olympic disciplines