Though he was not shown extensively in dressage, Domino is a lovely mover and has been schooled through Prix St. George. He has many offspring who are successfully showing in the dressage arena. Two of our favorites are pictured below.  If you have a baby and would like to see him/her here, email me a photo!



Adelante is a 1998 Domino/TB Dark Brown Gelding, bred by Steele Away Farm, and purchased as a 2 year old by Jan Tindle of Lewisville, Texas. Jan, an amateur rider, started "Dante" under saddle and has trained him herself with help from several clinicians. He has an outstanding show record and has been highly praised by all professionals who have worked with him. Dante typifies the wonderful Domino disposition and athletic movement required for dressage. A few of his accomplishments are listed below:

5th Nationally in the 2003 USDF Training LevelYear End Awards in the Adult Amateur Division

2nd Nationally in the 2003 USDF Vintage Cup Awards for professional and nonprofessional riders

Placed in the USDF Regional Championships

In 2005 he will be showing 2nd Level

Received scores of 66.5 to 75.7% in first year of showing at Training Level and was high point horse at his first 2 shows 



Marquee is a 1996 Domino Pinto mare, bred by Honeybrook Farm and now owned by Stephanie Dwyer of Austin, Texas.  She was started and trained through the years by her amateur owner and has an amazing list of accomplishmnets. A few of which are listed below:

Accepted Auxiliary Studbook NA/WPN

Qualified 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th levels USDF/ABIC and  SWDC Championships in Region 9 1998-2001 in Open and A/A Divisions

4th in 1999 for NA/WPN Adult Awards for 2nd Level

2001 Reserve Champion A/A 3rd Level USDF Region 9

2001 Grand Champion A/A 4th Level USDF Region 9

Qualified for her Sport Predicate with NA/WPN

Won both the USDF Bronze and Silver Medals for rider