Fun, Friendly & Ready to Show 2/3 Level – National Champion Andalusian/Arabian Mare
Anastasia Daxtana+ is an elegant 2nd/3rd level dressage, 2004, 15.3 hand, double-registered Half Arabian & Half Andalusian mare who offers a talented mix of both breeds. In 2016 ”Tana” was National Champion 2nd Level Dressage and Top Ten 3rd Level Dressage at the Canadian Arabian Nationals. In 2015, she earned National Top Tens at both 1st and 2nd Level placing 3rd overall in both classes.
Tana is a great fit for an intermediate rider looking to compete or just enjoy the properly trained dressage mount. She has the right energy & is light to the aids. She displays natural uphill balance, good ability to collect & a real talent for lateral work. Her temperament is cheerful, fun & engaging while remaining safely ridable even after extended periods of time with no riding. She knows about pasture life, hauls well & is comfortable to live with. She also enjoys hacking out & cavaletti work.
Tana is in training with Gold Medal, Grand Prix dressage rider and FEI trainer Mimi Stanley. $17,500
Tana’s photo gallery:
2017 (Jan) Video of Tana Schooling 3rd Level. (Tana had her shoes pulled the day before this was videoed and snow was avalanching off the arena roof!)
2016 Video of Tana at Canadian Nationals where she earned National Champion at 2nd Level:
2016 Video of Tana giving lessons to a 12-year-old. Ridden by a young student learning about connection.
2016 Video of Tana Giving a Lesson. 12-year-old riding trot to canter transition.
2015 Video of Tana at the Canadian Nationals. This is 1st level test 3, where she earned a Top 10 and a 3rd in a large, tough class.
2015 Video of Tana Showing 2nd Level Test 3, where she earned a 68%:
2015 Video of Tana Schooling Walk, Trot and Half-Passes:
Photo of Tana’s sire, Andalusian Faraon De La Montana:
We bred Tana’s Arabian dam, Troikav, whose sire is the Russian import *Krakov (Aswan x Kiprida, by Pomeranets) AHR#222298. *Krakov is a 1980 chestnut stallion bred by Tersk Stud and imported to the US in 1980 by Robert David Stratmore. Photos of *Krakov: