1988 Grey Stallion exemplifies the finest in Polish breeding.
*Bandos x Garnet (X*Bask)
Bred by Ventura Farms, this beautiful 1988 grey stallion exemplifies the finest in Polish breeding. He is sired by *Bandos, one of the most influential sires of the post-war era. *Bandos left an incomparable legacy in Poland and the United States through his highly prized daughters and sons. He is out of the lovely *Bask daughter, Garnet, who was a full sister to the great Cognac and Gdansk. Legion VF is the ultimate combination of exceptional beauty, substance and outstanding athleticism. His gentle nature and tractable temperament are hallmarks of the *Bandos horses.
Video is available on this Stallion upon request, please email .
Transported semen (no frozen) and he is SCID clear. We use Puget Sound Equine Repro Center for all collection and shipping services.
Breeding fee for 2004 $1200 LFG
(please mention Elk Run Farm)
Legion has been approved by both the American
Warmblood Society and the Rheinland-Pfalz-Saar Int'l.
Otto Schalter, breeding director for the RPSI, gave Legion all 7's and
8's, with an overall impression score of 8.
September, 2002: Approved by the German registry, Rheinland Pfalz-Saar.
- Scored all 7's and 8's, with an "8" for overall impression.
September, 2002: Approved by The American Warmblood Society. Awarded the Gold Medal.
June, 2002: IAHA Region IV Champion Sporthorse Stallion
April, 2002: AIM Show, Oregon, Champion Sporthorse Stallion. Victor Hugo-Vidal, Judge.
April, 2002: Reserve Champion Stallion, USDF/Cosequin Qualifier.
- First in Individual Breed Class, with combined in-hand scores earning him the IAHA Region IV sponsored Dressage High Score Award for Arabians, Half-Arabians, and Anglos. Ulrich Schmitz, Judge
September, 2001: USDF Sporthorse Breeders and Judges Seminar; Legion
attended as a "model" for inspection classes. Was given an overall score of 7.8%
by Dr Hanfried Haring, Germany.