10. Goody Goody



A horse to fall in love with.

Goody Goody is an incredibly consistent mare with an impressive number of placings at affiliated shows. The five most recent placings to be registered with the German Equestrian Federation are wins in classes up to 1.40m, and all the other placings reflect her solid basic training. After winning numerous rosettes in young horse classes from 1.10m to 1.30m, Goody Goody was competed and placed in regular 1.30m classes as a six year old. Now seven, her wins at advanced level prove that she has what it takes to be a sport horse. She’s already been placed in Youngster Tour classes and is ready to go international right now.

This fantastic mare isn’t just a serial rosette winner, she’s also a lovely ride with a positive attitude and unbelievably kind nature. She’s also very agile over jumps, with a powerful take-off and a careful technique. A unique personality and a fighting spirit make Goody Goody the type of horse that riders adore and she never fails to give her best, however challenging the course is.

Her pedigree is the product of international performance horse bloodlines. Belgian-bred sire Toulon has international placings with Hubert Bourdy and Jonella Ligresti and, with so many successful offspring, he is one the world’s top jumping horse sires.  Toulon is sire to Living The Dream (Pius Schwizer), Toulago (Daniel Deusser), PSG Final (Cian O’Connor), Vancouver de Lanlore (Penelope Leprevost), F-One USA (Ben Maher), Just a Gamble (Adrienne Sternlicht), Edesa S Banjan (Geir Gulliksen) and  Elky van het Indihof (Kevin Staut). The dam’s sire Canturo represented Brazil at the Athens Olympic Games with Bernando Alves, won the Valkenswaard Grand Prix in 2006 and came second in the Dubai, Wiesbaden and Rotterdam Grand Prixs. Canturo sired Good Luck (Cian O’Connor), Cristy (Marcus Ehning) and Venturo (Lorcan Gallager). Goody Goody’s pedigree is rounded off with Acorado I, an influential Holstein stallion with an impressive breeding track record.

This horse’s motto could be ‘Get on. Ride. Win.’