Imported from Europe as a six year-old by Redfield Farm in 2001, GG Valentine was named for her owner Barbara Kearney's grandmother, Gramma Gail, who was born on Valentine's Day. Under the training of Susie Schoellkopf and Jennifer Alfano of SBS Farms, GG started her dream career with an unbelievable winning streak in the First Year Green Working Hunters where she won championships at Devon, Washington International and the National, which earned her USEF National First Year Green Horse of the Year Honors. From there until her retirement at Devon in 2007, GG won major championships at all the top shows. Now, she is breeding future champions like her colt, Heartbreaker, born January 14, 2010. A light bay with two hind socks, his sire is the chestnut Belgian Warmblood stallion, Oh Star, owned by 2000 US Olympics' show jumping team alternate Todd Minikus. With parents like that, it sounds like Heartbreaker's show career has already been jumped-started. Legendary Hunter Mare GG Valentine, trained by Susie Schoelkopf and ridden by Jennifer Alfano, won it all - Devon, The National, Washington International and Pennsylvania National, as well as claiming the USEF National First Year Green Hunter National Championship. After being retired at Devon, she became a broodmare and here she is with her Oh Star son, Heartbreaker.
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