Jeff, Wendy and Travis Staub 810 Dick's Dam Road, New Oxford, PA 17350
(717) 624-4812 (717) 891-4812

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Beste Gold Ranked 11th
2008 USEF Dressage Breeding Sires
2008 USDF Ranked #7 DSHB Breeder
2008 USEF Ranked #9 DSHB Owner

Beste Gold Ranked 6th
2007 USEF Dressage Breeding Sires
amongst the world's most noted stallions!!
2007 USDF Ranked #5 DSHB Breeder
2007 USEF Ranked #6 DSHB Owner

Beste Gold ranked #23 USEF 2006 Sires of Dressage Breeding

2006 USEF Rankings
#13 DSHB Breeder
#19 Hunter Breeder
#22 DSHB Owner
2005 USEF Rankings
#23 Dressage Breeder (of 349)
#29 Hunter Breeder

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" Staub loves Beste Gold for many reasons, among them for " his kind, intelligent temperament and fantastic movement." She feels that a great stallion must be able to "compliment a variety of mare types for the diverisfied disciplines we have here in the U.S." and "a stallion himself might be a great talent,but he must be able to produce above and beyond his 'mare base' to be invaluable as a sire." Beste Gold, in her opinion, has achieved these attributes. - USEF Equestrian Magazine ( The American Breeding Scene article by Hallie McEvoy) Dec./Jan. 006

" Beste Gold is the fourth generation and his foals, who were scampering around the field near the barn where their famous father stood,are the fifth generation bred by Staub." Front page of The Evening Sun, Hanover PA. (Mane Attraction- Stallion In New Oxford rated at top of his class article - by Nancy Poster with color photos by Jim Tullis) Dec. 3, 2005

“The best colt was by the Bolero son Bellucci out of a mare by Grusus. A very tall colt, also with lots of movement with especially good cadence.” – The American Hanoverian (Inspections Tour Highlights article).Winter 1999 Issue

“Under saddle Beste Gold by Belucci / Grusus ( breeder W. Staub from Pennsylvania) proved her qualities and won.” - Translated from Der Hannoveraner, Germany (International, Large-Scale Operation In Devon article) No.5 , 2002

“This 1998 colt, ,sired by Duellglanz and bred by Wendy Staub, evinces the presence that competitive riders look for.” - Re: inset photo of Dulcimer, also featured on cover, Hunter and Sport Horse (Praise and Criticism for American Breeders article) Jan/Feb 1999

Maryland State Fair Hunter Breeding….Grand Champion Non-Thoroughbred honors went to Davigna MRF, a yearling filly by Davignport - Alpenglow, owned and showed by Wendy Staub of New Oxford, PA.” -Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred, October 1999


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