Contucci News

Contucci Offspring At Dressage At Devon

cha ching-webA proven producer of dressage horses, we continue to enjoy watching the young Contucci offspring develop.  We were excited to have three offspring join Team Hilltop for Devon.  The youngest of the group were Cheap Trick (Contucci-Wonner) and Coach (Contucci-Benneton Dream).  The charming Cheap Trick, owned and bred by Nancy Musser, earned a 9th place finish in both the 2014 Colts and the USDF/GAIG Foal Final.  Coach made owner/breeder Michelle Ryan proud with a 2nd place finish in the 2014 Colts and a 3rd place finish in the Devon Foal Championship.  Coach also earned a 4th place finish in the USDF/GAIG Foal Final.  Hilltop Farm’s handsome Cha Ching HTF (Contucci-Cordoba) finished 4th in the 3-Year Old Colts and Geldings and went on to handily win the USDF/GAIG Colts and Geldings Championship.  Later in the week, Cha Ching joined Coach to represent Contucci in the Get of Sire class for a 3rd place finish.  Last but not least, Renee Hall’s Contucci mare Concertina (Contucci-Cor Noir), bred by Hilltop Farm, earned a 10th place finish in the USDF/GAIG Mare Final.


Contucci News

Contucci Foal Announcements: 07-06-17: Congratulations to Kim Davidson of Auburn, CA on the arrival of her Contucci filly! Born on June 8th to her Hanoverian mare Point Of Grace, Kim has decided that Covert Affair is the perfect name for this lovely new arrival. >>>

Cyrus (Contucci-Cor Noir) and Ribot (Reno-Cor Noir): We received a wonderful update from Carla Bahr of Ontario earlier this week. Carla owns Cyrus (Contucci x Corthena/Cor Noir) and Ribot (Reno x Corthena/Cor Noir), both bred by Hilltop Farm. >>>

USEF Sire Rankings: The United States Equestrian Federation compiles annual Sire Rankings based on competition results of recorded offspring. With the results finalized the end of December, we’re excited to share the achievements for the current, and a few former, stallions at Hilltop Farm. >>>