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Donna   Snyder-Smith,   world   renowned   endurance   trainer,   author,   and   coach   to current World Champion Valerie Kanavy, has written, "Halynov   is   one   of   the   most   beautifully   balanced Arabian   athletes   I   have   ever   seen   in   my   life.   I   was impressed   when   I   saw   his   body...   but   when   I   saw him move... he took my breath away!

Sport Horse Stallion Halynov Offspring

   Pico   Nightrider   (16.1   h),   who   was   the   first   offspring   of   this Arabian   sport   horse stallion   to   enter   racing,   broke   his   maiden   race   at   Los   Alamitos   by   seven   and one-half   lengths   and   was   subsequently   purchased   by   Valerie   Kanavy,   the   World   Endurance   Champion.   He   was   being   ridden   for her   by   Kristen   Snook   who   did   an   excellent   job   of   rebuilding   his   trust   from   a   very   unpleasant   experience   at   the   racetrack.   They finished   FIFTH   in   point   standings   for   the AERC   Northeast   Region   Featherweight   Division   for   1999!   Valerie   wrote   Bev   Scott   (well respected   race   trainer)   after   one   of   Pico's   grueling   events,   that   he   looked   as   though   he   had   not   even   been   in   a   race.   Although Val   took   his   training   very   slow   (due   to   his   "less-than-wonderful"   experience   at   the   racetrack),   in   1999   (his   first   year   of   competition with   Kristen)   he   finished   7th   in   the   very   challenging   Biltmore   100.   He   finished   6th   in   the   FEI   Division   and   7th   in   the   AERC Division   of   the   highly   competitive   Cosequin   Challenge.   He   received   the   competition's   high   vet   score.   Over Thanksgiving   1999   he came in Third behind Jedi at the Carolina 100! Great job, Kristen! In   the   year   2000,   Pico   (what   an   ironic   nickname,   huh?)   and   Kristen   burned   up   the   trails   with   a   fourth   place   at   the   Hallelujah Benefit   National   Championship   Qualifying   Ride,   75   miler!   A   dressage   trainer   located   near   Val   recognized   Pico   Nightrider's extraordinary   athletic   ability   and   purchased   him   from   Valerie   for   dressage   competition.   Valerie   had   also   purchased   Halynov's daughter Halynova for breeding. Becky   Hart   was   so   impressed   by   the   Halynov   daughter   Halyva   Filly   whom   she   had   been   training   for   a   syndicate   that   she   went out   and   found   one   of   her   own,   WOA   Maria!   You   certainly   cannot   get   higher   praise   of   a   bloodline   than   having   two   world champions   both   training   and   owning   his   offspring!   She   trained   Halyva   Filly   for   a   syndicate   and   reportedly   sold   the   gorgeous   and talented mare to a Princess in the Arab Emirate. Ernie   Lohman   took   Halynov's   son   WOA   Don   Juan    to   Second   Place   Pacific   SW   Region   AERC   2000   Heavyweight   Division   after finishing   fifth   in   the   Pacific   Region   Best   Condition   standings   for   1999!   In   his   first   year   of   competition   he   was   THIRD   in   1998   and FOURTH   in   1999   in   the   Heavyweight   Division   for AERC's   Pacific   Southwest   Region!   In   1999,   he   took   third   in   the   Malibu   50,   and 2nd in the Charleston 75 as well as Best Condition in that race. In   2000   Ernie   started   out   the   year   with   Don   Juan's   6th   place   in   the   20   Mule   Team   National   Championship   100   Qualifying   Ride, moving   up   to   5th   place   in   the   Fire   Mountain   50   miler,   and   snatching   FIRST   place   AND   BEST   CONDITION   in   the   heavyweight division   of   the   65   mile   Gambler's   Special!   Way   to   go,   Ernie!   I   guess   Ernie's   not   a   sports   medicine   therapist   for   nothing!   Ernie   told me that Don Juan's P&R's were phenomenal which has certainly been borne out with all of his BEST CONDITIONS! Two   of   Halynov's   sons,   WOA   Russian   Silk,and   WOA   Halyva   Guy,   were   in   training   with   Red   Shield   Equestrian,   home   of   Tevis Cup   winner,   On A   High.   Red   Shield   prepares   their   racing   stock   for   lease   to   world   competitors   for   international   competition.   Frank was devastated when Halyva Guy met with a tragic and fatal accident on his first endurance ride. Another   Hal   son   placed   Third   in   point   standing   for   AERC's   Northwest   Region   in   1999!   I   hadn't   seen   WOA   Centurian   since   he was   left   our   place   as   a   yearling!   We   congratulate   Rick   Kozol   on   his   success!   He   moved   from   29th   in   the   Prineville   50   to   14th   in the   Limestone   Challenge   50   to   7th   in   the   Stookey   Stampede   50.   He   then   went   on   to   take   3rd   in   the   Bandit   Springs   50,   3rd   in   the Santiam   Cascade   50   and   4th   in   Headwaters   of   the   Rogue,   4th   in   the   Oregon   75   miler,   and   2nd   in   the   Kahnecta   50!   Watch   your backs! Claude   Brewer   purchased   a   Halynov   son   Hal   Bentfr   Leathr    and   reported   that   Ben's   babies   have   been   winning   in   endurance rides   --   not   only   winning,   but   also   selected   consistently   as   Best   Condition   at   the   end   of   the   meets.   Although   Ben   tragically   died all   too   young   in   an   accident,   his   three   daughters   are   burning   up   the   endurance   trail!   One   completed   a   50   miler   in   5   hrs   and   28 minutes   with   a   48   heart   rate   on   her   first   time   in   competition!   The   second   daughter   was   2nd   for   heavyweight   division   (for   non- endurance   riders   --   heavyweight   refers   to   the   rider/gear   weight)   in   the   National   Championships,   and   she   had   the   second   lowest heart   rate.   The   third   daughter   has   such   a   low   heart   rate   --   32   --   that   Claude   feels   that   she   will   make   a   terrific   100   mile   horse. Claude has the distinction of being the only one from the East Coast who has successfully completed the Tevis TWICE!  As Donnis Thran once said of Halynov, "If you aren't riding one of his offspring, you'll be chasing them!" Donnis,   who   has   helped   many   endurance   and   sport   horses   with   her   laser   therapy   techniques   bought   Halpaso,   full   brother   to Valerie's Halynova. Because   of   Halynov's   physical   prowess   and   Donna   Snyder-Smith's   high   praise   of   Halynov,   this   Arabian   stallion's   get   and   now grand-get   are   in   constant   demand   in   endurance   circles.   Halynov’s   son   Riverdance   demonstrates   the   same   heart   and   athletic ability   as   his   sire.   Like   his   sire,   he   has   the   talent   to   achieve   the   highest   levels   in   Dressage,   according   to   Dressage   instructor, Irene   Murphy.   A   wonderful   testament   to   Halynov’s   ability   to   pass   on   his   excellence   to   his   offspring.   Riverdance   and   Halyva Dame, his last daughter were Halynov’s last gifts to us. Halynov   in   Gold    was   Halynov’s   last   son   and   brother   to   Hal   Bentfr   Leather .   I   dug   up   my   old   video   of   Hal   Bentfr   Leathr   when Claude   called   me   about   all   his   offspring’s   endurance   ride   achievements.   The   true   greatness   of   a   stallion   is   the   ability   to   pass   his traits   on   to   his   offspring   and   grand   offspring   --   and   that   Halynov   has   done.   Please   look   at   the   News   and   Hal   Bentfr   Leathr   and Riverdance video pages to get a glimpse of what excellence Halynov passed on to his offspring.
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Donna        Snyder-Smith,        world        renowned endurance   trainer,   author,   and   coach   to   current World Champion Valerie Kanavy, has written, "Halynov   is   one   of   the   most   beautifully balanced    Arabian    athletes    I    have    ever seen   in   my   life.   I   was   impressed   when   I saw    his    body...    but    when    I    saw    him move... he took my breath away!

Sport Horse Stallion Halynov Offspring

    Pico    Nightrider    (16.1    h),    who    was    the    first offspring   of   this   Arabian   sport   horse   stallion   to enter    racing,    broke    his    maiden    race    at    Los Alamitos   by   seven   and   one-half   lengths   and   was subsequently   purchased   by   Valerie   Kanavy,   the World    Endurance    Champion.    He    was    being ridden    for    her    by    Kristen    Snook    who    did    an excellent   job   of   rebuilding   his   trust   from   a   very unpleasant    experience    at    the    racetrack.    They finished   FIFTH   in   point   standings   for   the   AERC Northeast     Region     Featherweight     Division     for 1999!    Valerie    wrote    Bev    Scott    (well    respected race   trainer)   after   one   of   Pico's   grueling   events, that   he   looked   as   though   he   had   not   even   been in   a   race. Although   Val   took   his   training   very   slow (due   to   his   "less-than-wonderful"   experience   at the     racetrack),     in     1999     (his     first     year     of competition   with   Kristen)   he   finished   7th   in   the very   challenging   Biltmore   100.   He   finished   6th   in the   FEI   Division   and   7th   in   the   AERC   Division   of the   highly   competitive   Cosequin   Challenge.   He received   the   competition's   high   vet   score.   Over Thanksgiving   1999   he   came   in   Third   behind   Jedi at the Carolina 100! Great job, Kristen! In   the   year   2000,   Pico   (what   an   ironic   nickname, huh?)    and    Kristen    burned    up    the    trails    with    a fourth    place    at    the    Hallelujah    Benefit    National Championship     Qualifying     Ride,     75     miler!     A dressage    trainer    located    near    Val    recognized Pico   Nightrider's   extraordinary   athletic   ability   and purchased     him     from     Valerie     for     dressage competition.      Valerie      had      also      purchased Halynov's daughter Halynova for breeding. Becky   Hart   was   so   impressed   by   the   Halynov daughter    Halyva    Filly    whom    she    had    been training   for   a   syndicate   that   she   went   out   and found   one   of   her   own,   WOA   Maria!   You   certainly cannot    get    higher    praise    of    a    bloodline    than having   two   world   champions   both   training   and owning   his   offspring!   She   trained   Halyva   Filly   for a    syndicate    and    reportedly    sold    the    gorgeous and    talented    mare    to    a    Princess    in    the    Arab Emirate. Ernie    Lohman    took    Halynov's    son    WOA    Don Juan    to   Second   Place   Pacific   SW   Region   AERC 2000   Heavyweight   Division   after   finishing   fifth   in the   Pacific   Region   Best   Condition   standings   for 1999!    In    his    first    year    of    competition    he    was THIRD    in    1998    and    FOURTH    in    1999    in    the Heavyweight      Division      for      AERC's      Pacific Southwest   Region!   In   1999,   he   took   third   in   the Malibu   50,   and   2nd   in   the   Charleston   75   as   well as Best Condition in that race. In    2000    Ernie    started    out    the    year    with    Don Juan's   6th   place   in   the   20   Mule   Team   National Championship   100   Qualifying   Ride,   moving   up   to 5th    place    in    the    Fire    Mountain    50    miler,    and snatching   FIRST   place   AND   BEST   CONDITION in    the    heavyweight    division    of    the    65    mile Gambler's    Special!    Way    to    go,    Ernie!    I    guess Ernie's     not     a     sports     medicine     therapist     for nothing!   Ernie   told   me   that   Don   Juan's   P&R's were    phenomenal    which    has    certainly    been borne out with all of his BEST CONDITIONS! Two   of   Halynov's   sons,   WOA   Russian   Silk,and WOA    Halyva    Guy,    were    in    training    with    Red Shield   Equestrian,   home   of   Tevis   Cup   winner,   On A   High.   Red   Shield   prepares   their   racing   stock for   lease   to   world   competitors   for   international competition.   Frank   was   devastated   when   Halyva Guy   met   with   a   tragic   and   fatal   accident   on   his first endurance ride. Another   Hal   son   placed   Third   in   point   standing for   AERC's   Northwest   Region   in   1999!   I   hadn't seen   WOA   Centurian   since   he   was   left   our   place as   a   yearling!   We   congratulate   Rick   Kozol   on   his success!   He   moved   from   29th   in   the   Prineville   50 to   14th   in   the   Limestone   Challenge   50   to   7th   in the   Stookey   Stampede   50.   He   then   went   on   to take    3rd    in    the    Bandit    Springs    50,    3rd    in    the Santiam   Cascade   50   and   4th   in   Headwaters   of the   Rogue,   4th   in   the   Oregon   75   miler,   and   2nd in the Kahnecta 50! Watch your backs! Claude    Brewer    purchased    a    Halynov    son    Hal Bentfr    Leathr     and    reported    that    Ben's    babies have   been   winning   in   endurance   rides   --   not   only winning,   but   also   selected   consistently   as   Best Condition   at   the   end   of   the   meets.   Although   Ben tragically   died   all   too   young   in   an   accident,   his three   daughters   are   burning   up   the   endurance trail!   One   completed   a   50   miler   in   5   hrs   and   28 minutes   with   a   48   heart   rate   on   her   first   time   in competition!   The   second   daughter   was   2nd   for heavyweight   division   (for   non-endurance   riders   -- heavyweight   refers   to   the   rider/gear   weight)   in the   National   Championships,   and   she   had   the second   lowest   heart   rate.   The   third   daughter   has such   a   low   heart   rate   --   32   --   that   Claude   feels that    she    will    make    a    terrific    100    mile    horse. Claude   has   the   distinction   of   being   the   only   one from     the     East     Coast     who     has     successfully completed the Tevis TWICE!  As   Donnis   Thran   once   said   of   Halynov,   "If   you aren't   riding   one   of   his   offspring,   you'll   be   chasing them!" Donnis,   who   has   helped   many   endurance   and sport   horses   with   her   laser   therapy   techniques bought      Halpaso,      full      brother      to      Valerie's Halynova. Because    of    Halynov's    physical    prowess    and Donna    Snyder-Smith's    high    praise    of    Halynov, this   Arabian   stallion's   get   and   now   grand-get   are in     constant     demand     in     endurance     circles. Halynov’s     son     Riverdance     demonstrates     the same   heart   and   athletic   ability   as   his   sire.   Like his   sire,   he   has   the   talent   to   achieve   the   highest levels     in     Dressage,     according     to     Dressage instructor,   Irene   Murphy.   A   wonderful   testament to   Halynov’s   ability   to   pass   on   his   excellence   to his   offspring.   Riverdance   and   Halyva   Dame,   his last daughter were Halynov’s last gifts to us. Halynov    in    Gold     was    Halynov’s    last    son    and brother   to   Hal   Bentfr   Leather .   I   dug   up   my   old video   of   Hal   Bentfr   Leathr   when   Claude   called me    about    all    his    offspring’s    endurance    ride achievements.   The   true   greatness   of   a   stallion   is the   ability   to   pass   his   traits   on   to   his   offspring   and grand   offspring   --   and   that   Halynov   has   done. Please   look   at   the   News   and   Hal   Bentfr   Leathr and   Riverdance   video   pages   to   get   a   glimpse   of what    excellence    Halynov    passed    on    to    his offspring.
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Whispering Oaks Arabians Arabian Sport Horse Network TLA Halynov 16.2h Russian Arabian stallion
Standing   at   16.2   hands,   purebred Arabian   stallion TLA    Halynov    brought    size,    tremendous    power and   correctness   to   his   foals.   With   four   crosses   to Priboj   and   the   golden   Arax/Aswan/Salon   cross, Halynov    could    not    help    but    produce    athletic ability.    The    Tersk    breeding    program    in    Russia combined     the     best     of     the     Polish,     Crabbet, Egyptian,   and   French   programs   to   produce   big athletic   Arabian   racing   stock.   Visit   our   Russian Arabian    History    page    to    learn    more    about    the exceptional breeding program at Tersk, Russia.
Visit   Halynov’s   Tribute   and    Show   Pages   to   learn more   about   this   tremendous   Russian   stallion,   as well    as    view    his    athletic    pedigree     by    clicking here    or    on    the    names    to    links    underneath images above.