Three Wishes Farm is proud to welcome Miss January to the broodmare line up. I am honored to be given the opportunity to produce foals from this mare and thank everyone who helped her to arrive at Three Wishes.
Performance: Miss January (Cinook M)
After showing promise in the 5 yr old classes in Europe, Cinook M was imported to the United States to begin her hunter career. Liz earned an unparalleled show record in the Amateur Owner hunters, finishing Top 10 in the nation in 2016 and 2017. Miss January boasts over 20 championships at AA competitions in the 3’3 Amateur Owner Hunters demonstrating her quality and consistency.
Sire: For Pleasure
Performance – For Pleasure’s international career was exceptional. He was on four gold-medal-winning teams for Germany; two Olympic Games (Atlanta 1996 & Sydney 2000, where they finished 4th individually), and two European Championships, including an individual bronze at Hickstead. , the first ever individual medal for Marcus Ehning.
Progeny – For Pleasure’s offspring speak for themselves. He has produced more than 80 grand prix jumpers, with 18 of these being licensed stallions; a total of 70 sons of For Pleasure have been approved by various studbooks. His offspring include Flora De Mariposa, Derly Chin De Muze, Fit For Fun, Firth Of Lorne, Forsyth, For Sale 6, Another Pleasure, Hello Forever, and Epleaser van’t Heike.
The dam of Miss January, Minook, is a full sister to the legendary Holsteiner stallion Cheenok who was known for producing progeny in the top of sport in both dressage and showjumping. In addition to Miss January, Minook also produced 1.60 jumper Zaretino, who ended his long career in hunter ring in the USA, and the approved KWPN stallion A Quidam M. Minook’s full sister is the dam of Maclain Ward’s HH Cannavaro. Grand-Dam, Trika, is the dam of Mario Deslaurier’s Cocu.
Approved stallions and international jumpers produced by this dam line include: Cabachon, Consul, C-Chap, Quintino, Cruise Missile, and most recently the Emerald son, LOL.