Approved for: Westfalen, Rheinland, Oldenburg, Hanover, all Southern German Verbände
The son of Lord Sinclair, Lord Loxley won the silver medal at the World Young Dressage Horse Championships in Verden. He earned the Champion’s title in the 5-year old Dressage Horse division at the 2004 Bundeschampionate in Warendorf, Germany. At the Bundeschampionate no other horse in Lord Loxley’s division came close to his power, suppleness and ground coverage. Lord Loxley danced to victory after a virtually immaculate ride with great transitions and balance in every gait, for which they received a brilliant 9.5 score. “This was top class.
The reaction of the crowd came like a thunderstruck after the silence ! The public was waiting for a horse like him : that day, Lord Loxley was invincible.” (Zuchterstammtisch)
« A spectacular trot with an energetic moving anterior and an engaging backhand, a splendid loose step, an uphill gallop…. a true top horse…. a world class horse” (Christoph Hess – German championship)
« Top horse with a super mental » (de Hoefslag NL)
« Well deserved victory for Lord Loxley » (Eurodressage)
« The most wining NRW horse» « (FN)
« The most winning young dressage horse in Germany » (FN)
« Lord Loxley was the strongest and most rhythmic moving stallion of the group, who went trough the ring with a lot of expression »(Dressage Daily)
« On top of all that, Lord Loxley gives his spectacular gaits to his children. He has already two excellent breeding seasons » (M Spoo, breeding director Rheinland)
« What a wonderful horse » (comment of FEI jury member Hilda Gurney at the World championships)
In 2005 :
Serial winner of dressage competitions at M level.
He was convincing at his first breeding season with two stallions that were presented and approved. One of them left the ring as premium stallion.
In 2006 :
Lord Loxley is convincing in sports as well as for breeding : very spectacular at dressage competitions at M level and a fourth place at his first S level competition.
His son, Lord Leatherdale, was approved for KWPN and obtained the title of reserve champion at his stallion tests.