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Sinful Thyme

Beautiful Oldenburg/QH yearling gelding.


Elliot is an athletic Oldenburg/QH cross. At a 18 months old Elliot stands at 15.2hh at the withers. He has a beautiful head and long neck accomponied by long long legs that give him big powerful movement! This would make him a wonderful English mount later on in any discipline though El shows a partiality for jumping. To him buckets and poles in the arena are five-foot oxers! Elliot is also extremely well behaved for a yearling. He loves kids and stands to be groomed. El clips loads bathes etc. with ease and sheath cleaning is not a problem!

Elliot at 18 months

Elliot's sire is Spectrum. He is a premium rated Oldenburg stallion, by Rainbow who is by Rinaldo. The line is well known for their temperments and jumping ability. Last year Spectrum competed in the hundred-day test at Paxton Farms in Cincinnatti, Ohio. There he received life-time approval. Spectrum's dam Allouette also combines some of the great lines in Germany: Duft, Abatz, Cardinal xx, and Argentan to name a few. Argentinus has a contract agreement with Yancey-Farms, who is known for selecting superior stallions. He is also a transmitter of great dressage and jumping mounts as is his sire Argentan. Spectrum lives up to star-studded pedigree with excellent gaits and a willing attitude. His foals are beautiful and very correct, often receiving premium ratings at there inspections. Spectrum stands at 16.3+.

Elliot's dam, Cinnamon N' Scotch, I do not know too much about pedigree-wise. Her sire is Scotch Bar Time, and I know her dam is a World Champion overo. She has probably the most correct color pattern ever. However, she does not pass it on to her offspring as Cinnamon is a breeding stock. Cinnamon was shown a little as a weanling and won numerous futurities, but due to her incompetent owners that career was cut short. One the way to Pinto Nationals in Tulsa, OK, which is over a13hr trip for us, her owners wrapped her legs tightly and never stopped to walk her. As a result she damaged her tendons and is now a broodmare. She is a fairly good one, though, putting almost nothing of herself on her babies except for one thing (and the reason she is not a good broodmare in the pinto/paint world) her color. Every baby has been the same beautiful chestnut but no spots. Cinnamon has a wonderful temperment though and is very kind and willing giving children horse rides despite never having any formal training. Her hind-end is pretty free but due to the damged tendons in her front legs we will never know how she really moves.

Elliot lives up to his pedigree with wonderful movement and a great temperment. He was bred as a future dressage mount for me, but then I found another mare and realized my passion was in the warmblood breeding part of the industry. Which is a good thing because even though Elliot has the gaits for dressage and the working mind-set, it is very obvious that he prefers jumping to inhand work. He launches himself over poles in the arena. Elliot would make a good event mount as he is pretty fearless of everything. He likes to play in water not only in his bathes but in the arena as well. I think he likes the noise and how it goes flying when he charges in. Email me for additional pictures or any questions you might have. $5,500 Price very negotiable to a good home! Contact me at