We sadly lost Phantom of Noble in September of 2020.
Friesian Sport Horses Dam Thoroughbred Beauty Times
Noble Warrior 2015
Phantom Warrior “Victor” won his class (3 yr old in hand) at the USDF Breeder’s Show in September 2018 and was 4th in the Final. At the Young Horse Show he took 2nd in free jumping and was 1st in the In-Hand & at Liberty class!
Noble Time 2016
FSA Bronze Elite Noble Time, 2016 gelding, highest scoring colt at 2016 FSA Inspection. 16.2 currently (17.3 mature) Sire is Phantom of Noble, Dam is Beauty Times (TB).
Noble Beauty 2017
Highest scoring filly in 2017 FSA standings.
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Friesian Sport Horses Dam Thoroughbred Lyric Lake
Bella Vita 2016 Friesian
Champion 2016 FSA
Bred by PaHa Ridge Friesians
Dam Giavanni – Friesian
Noble Anthem 2016
FSA Bronze Elite 2016 gelding, Sire is Phantom of Noble, Dam is Beauty Times (TB).
Noble Paladin 2017
2017 FSA Reserve Champ at his inspection, 2018 USDF Breeder Show 3rd Place in Finals and High Point Friesian.
Phantom Warrior 2013
Phantom Princess 2014
Moresian/Friesian Sport Horses Dam Morgan Selene's Royal Lady
Phantom Paladin 2015
Our Breeding Program
A well managed horse breeding program should begin with the desired result in mind, and then select the best individuals of the breeds to attain that result. Deb’s goal was to breed Friesian Sporthorses that would be easy and fun to work with and having the qualities to be successful as sport horses, with a tendency toward Dressage.
Deb DeVries draws on more than 30 years of experience as a professional equestrian in establishing her breeding program. Deb has ridden with some of the top dressage instructors in the United States. She works with horses in the art of dressage and has an extensive show history. Deb successfully completed the Dressage L judge program and is available to judge dressage schooling shows. Deb works with Pony Club and other horse groups, instructing groups and individuals. Through these experiences, she is highly qualified to evaluate the conformation, temperament and athleticism required for a horse to be successful in competition.
It happens when you breed for a specific type of horse with a specific use for it’s future. We made a decision long ago that we would never own or breed a horse that couldn’t be ridden or driven. A serious injury to an otherwise well-bred horse does not mean it couldn’t be bred but there needs to be a purpose for that foal in life, other than making more horses.
With that purpose in mind we have bred horses from top performance bloodlines with proven trainability and temperaments to produce (what we believe) are the best looking, most trainable horses in the country. We bred for size that is competitive in the sport horse arenas and conformation to keep them sound for a long, successful life. These are not the horses that you sell when you are done with them, Friesian personalities are so loving and committed that selling one is not an option. By crossing the Friesian we have been able to dilute inbreeding and virtually erase the inherited sensitivities of the breed while retaining the wonderful conformation and personalities that make us love them.
BUYERS need to demand more than pretty color and extra hair. Athletic ability, train-ability and temperament are more important than looks. Check out conformation; look past the hair coat!
If a horse has been proven to be a good rideable/trainable horse and has a pedigree of successful horses, more than likely the resulting foal will match or even exceed the parents.
Registration papers are important; they tell the history of that horse. Besides a permanent record of age, it lists the lineage, giving insight into what the horse may have originally been bred to do. If you breed with the horse’s inherited tendencies and abilities in mind, you will more likely get the result you expect.
Phantom of Noble
Deb DeVries selected the Friesian Ster Stallion Phantom of Noble (Pedigree) as the basis of her breeding program. Phantom was approved for provisional breeding following the FSA inspection in August 2014. He has the bloodlines to produce champions. Well-bred Friesian Sporthorses are lovely horses, combining the beauty, temperament, and expressive gaits of the Friesian.