Nuit is a beautiful young mare, both correct and attractive. She hasn't had her own performance career, because she was bred and owned by an amateur, who then sold her to us. She has had one foal, who is exceptional. She passes on her sire's big fancy movement and lovable temperament.
Her sire, Sir Sinclair is the perfect combination of temperament, talent and bloodlines. An impressive athlete, he competed through Prix St. Georges with scores in the ‘70s. As a young horse, he was named the 2005 Markel/USEF National FEI 6-Year-Old Champion and the USDF FEI 6-Year-Old Horse of the Year. In 2006, Sir Sinclair won the Prix St. Georges Challenge at Dressage at Lexington, with a score of 72.5%. As a sire he’s equally remarkable. He won the Get of Sire class at the prestigious Dressage at Devon Breed Show an unprecedented four consecutive times from 2006-2009. He is the sire of an Approved stallion, as well as winning FEI horses, breed show champions and Star and Keur mares. In 2011, four Sir offspring were named KWPN-NA North American Champions in both dressage and hunter divisions, showing his impressive versatility as a sire.
Nuit's dam, is a Canadian bred thoroughbred, named Talkin Express. We were told she raced, but we only knew her in her older years. She did compete in the 1.30m-1.40m under a tough grand prix rider, so she did have the scope and the edge to compete at that level.