Harris Park Odette (ET)

Harris Park Odette (ET) (Pref Keur OO Seven x Winterkönig x Daktylus). 61 07 702 303 13SB (AWHA Ltd).

Black mare, born 23 September 2013, 16.0 hh - 163 cms.

Breeder: Shanna Antrim - Harris Park Warmbloods.


Harris Park Odette (ET)

Harris Park Odette (ET) (Pref Keur OO Seven x Winterkönig x Daktylus) is an Australian Warmblood mare bred by Shanna Antrim of Harris Park Warmbloods. Odette, affectionately known as Odie, was named after Odette, the most beautiful of the maidens, from Swan Lake.


Pictured left: Harris Park Odette's (ET) fifth ride under saddle, being lightly started by Fred Watkins of Watkins Horse Handlers, rising four years old. Photo: courtesy of Rachel Watkins ©


A black mare with unusual white markings, Odette was born mid afternoon on 23 September 2013. A daughter of the imported KWPN stallion Pref Keur OO Seven (Imp) (Rubinstein I x Doruto x Amor) out of my Hanoverian Main Stud Book mare Kinnordy Winona (Dec) (Winterkönig x Daktylus x Goldstein).


In February 2014, Odette participated in the AWHA Ltd National Assessment Tour. With an overall score of 81.25% with individual scores of 8.75 for type, 8.5 for body and 8.25 for foundation and overall impression. Comments by assessors Joanne Verikios (AUS) and Lynne Crowden (UK) included, "Harmonious and modern type, very good hind quarters. Quite charismatic filly with nice dry limbs." She was later classified as a three year old by classifiers Silvia Ahamer (NSW) and Joanne Verikios (QLD) during the AWHA Ltd 2017 National Championship and Classification Tour and is now designated Main Stud Book. Odette will begin breeding duties at the commencement of the 2018 breeding season as a five year old mare.


Odette was lightly started by Fred Watkins of Watkins Horse Handlers in August-September 2017 as a four year old and has returned home to rest and further mature.


Harris Park Odette (ET) is a ½ sister to a number of Kinnordy Winona's progeny bred by Kinnordy Stud as well as Harris Park Riordan (ET) (by Riverside (Imp)), Harris Park Freestyler (by Floriscount (IFS)) and Harris Park Enigma (Dec) (by Estobar NRW (IFS)). She is being retained for future breeding and competition purposes.


YouTubeView Harris Park Odette (ET) on 12 November 2013. View Harris Park Odette (ET) with her half brother Harris Park Freestyler (Floriscount x Winterkönig x Daktylus) on 10 December 2013.

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Harris Park Odette (ET)

Image 1 : 5 Months Old :: Image 2 : 2 ½ Years Old:: Image 3 : 4 Years Old :: Image 4 : 5 Months Old


PEDIGREE: Harris Park Odette (ET) (Pref Keur OO Seven x Winterkönig x Daktylus). (DNA full parentage verification).

Registered: Australian Warmblood Horse Association Limited (AWHA Ltd) Main Stud Book.


Harris Park Odette (ET)

61 07 702 303 13SB



AWHA Ltd Registration Papers

Pref Keur OO Seven (Imp)

Rubinstein I



Gelbria (Ster Pref) Doruto (Pref)
Ilbria (Keur Pref)

Kinnordy Winona (Dec)

Winterkönig (Imp)

Pik Dame

Pr.M. Kinnordy Dianadorata

Daktylus (Imp)
Gina (Imp)


(Willkür, Hannover Stutenstamm 1188308 (Schridde 693))


View expanded pedigree of Harris Park Odette (ET).



Pref Keur OO Seven (Imp)


Pref Keur OO Seven (Imp)In 1999, OO Seven was selected for the KWPN Stallion Performance Test at the KWPN stallion show in Den Bosch, The Netherlands. He completed his stallion performance test at Ermelo, the Netherlands, coming third overall (3/12) on 61.50 points. He is said to be an honest, reliable stallion, with a brilliant work ethic.


Pictured left: OO Seven under David Shoobridge at the 2012 Sydney CDI. Photo: Peter Stoop Photography ©.


"The walk is sufficiently big and has a great deal of power and tact. OO Seven has adequate scope at the trot and is light on his feet with good balance and tact. He bends the hindleg well, but he should lower the croup during transitions. The canter has good scope and a great deal of balance. It is easy to close him at the canter. His foreleg remains a little flat while moving. OO Seven has a great deal of talent for dressage and gives his rider a very good feeling." KWPN. OO Seven scored 8.0 points for walk, 9.0 points for trot, canter and dressage ability, giving him a dressage subtotal of 35.0 points (1/12). OO Seven's dressage breeding value as of 2008 was 137 points with a reliability breeding value for dressage of 88 points.


OO Seven was trained and competed by Imke Schellekens-Bartels and Joyce Lenaerts. Under Imke Schellekens-Bartels he was the 2000 and 2001 Pavo Cup Reserve Champion as a four and five year old. He competed at the 2001 World Young Horse Championships in Verden, Germany, won the AMEV cup finals at the CDI-W Maastricht in 2002 and won the title of best young stallion with a score of 69.66% in Zwolle, The Netherlands, in 2003. In Rotterdam 1st Intermediair I he scored 72.50%. He was winner in Haugue of the Pikeur Trophy Intermediaire I with 74.20%. At Maastrict in the Int Light Tour debut Intermediaire he scored 72.00%. He went on to win the stallion competition in Den Bosch, of the VHO Trophy competition at light tour-level. In 2005 he was National Champion in Nijmegen and Res Champion in Eindhoven. He won in Mechelen in Int and first in Prix St George Int. CDI Hamsbeke 2006 and 2nd in the ight tour. Imke Schellekens-Bartels trained and competed OO Seven up to Prix St Georges level competing with him for the last time in 2006. Prior to coming to Australia, in May, 2011, OO Seven made his Grand Prix debut at national level.


In 2003 and 2004, three of OO Seven's sons were selected to go to the second selection in Den Bosch, The Netherlands, because of their very good movement. At the Central Show in Veghel, The Netherlands, seven of his progeny were declared 'ster' daughters and went on to become preliminary 'keur'. At CK Heerjansdam, The Netherlands, Unique (OO Seven x Indoctro x Aktion) was Reserve Champion 3 Year Old Mare at the National Mare Show. In Ermelo NMK, Zharamaria placed fourth and was the auction highlight at Borrulo selling for 16,000 €. In the Ermelo final, VSN for 3 Year Old Sporthorses, Seven Up (Upseven?) (OO Seven x Jazz x ?) placed fourth in the dressage with Upon BH (OO Seven x Wolfgang x Aktion) finishing in eighth place. At the first inspection at the Stallion Selection in 2004 and 2005 at Ermelo, The Netherlands, three of his sons were appointed for the second inspection at Den Bosch and two were declared 'ster'. In 2006 and 2007 two of his sons were selected to go to the Stallion Selection in Den Bosch, The Netherlands. To date OO Seven has two licensed sons, the KWPN stallion Zuidenwind (OO Seven x Jazz x Ulft) and the ISR stallion Valentino (OO Seven x Houston x Tolbert) (International Sporthorse Registry). He also sired the small tour horse Winston (Stephanie Kooijman), rising FEI horse Upseven (Florentine Rootveld), Semi-finalist Pavo Cup 2006 U2 (), 2006 Pavo Cup semi-finalist Update ().


OO Seven is a unique combination of top class pedigrees including Rubinstein I (Rosenkavalier x Angelo xx x Donar) and Doruto (Komet x Pindar xx x Hirtensang), the world's best dressage producers ever. His dam Gelbria (Doruto x Amor x Pasha) is a full sister to Olympic Barbria. Expectations are high for OO Seven because of his outstanding pedigree. Sire Rubinstein I was active on the highest level in dressage, and his dam Gelbria also competes at Grand Prix level. Almost 70 sons of the legendary Rubinstein I are approved and several of his youngstock are winners in the show ring and are successful in competitions. Rubinstein I offspring also guarantees good prices at auctions. Dam Gelbria is by Doruto out of the Amor-mare Ilbira (Amor x Pasha x Karolus van Wittenstein). Ilbria is also dam of Vobria, who is dam of the Grand Prix dressage horse Celiton. Both Barbria and Celiton had a significant input for the KWPN, being the best studbook according to the World Breeding Championships for Sport Horses (WBCSH) in 1999. A son of Gelbria, Kadans competes at Prix St George level. Other full sisters to Gelbria and Barbria are Ezabria, National 1989 UTV champion mare as a 3 year old. Also Columbria was the fifth placed mare at the 1987 National UTV Championships for 3 year old mares.


Arriving in Australia in October, 2011, OO Seven has won the PSG CDN class at the Boneo CDI in January, 2012, with over 71.00%. He was also selected by Rudlof Zeilinger to be his ride in the Boneo Park Masterclass. OO Seven has followed this success winning on 71.00% at the Orange CDI at Bradgate Park in Febraury, 2012. Dressage with Stars in March, 2012, saw OO Seven winning the PSG and Intermediate I Freestyle to be the uncontested winner of the PSG Cup. The Sydney CDI in May, 2012, saw OO Seven place third in the CDI Prix St George, second in the Intermediate I and third in the Intermediate I Freestyle.


OO Seven and David were the proud winners of their first ever Grand Prix with a score of 66% at the Hawkesbury Dressage Champs in June, 2012, followed by 66.00% at the August DNSW competition. July saw David head north with OO Seven for the QLD Festival of Dressage and Prydes Easifeed Brisbane CDI. After the stallion show, many people remarked what an exceptional character OO Seven has and how well he performed for the crowd. At their first big CDI Grand Prix show, David and OO Seven were third in the Grand Prix and performed an almost faultless freestyle to finish first on 70.425%.


The NSW State Dressage Championships in August, 2012, were a huge success for OO Seven. He was second in the Grand Prix with a personal best of 67.00% and had another win in the freestyle, scoring 72.58%. This ranked OO Seven as the number one horse for the Equestrian Grand Final at Equitana in November. In 2013, David and OO Seven ranked third highest for an Australian combination in the FEI dressage world rankings. In October, 2013, at seventeen years of age, OO Seven was officially retired from competition to concentrate on his breeding commitments.


Learn more about OO Seven (Imp) (Rubinstein I x Doruto x Amor).


Euro Dressage View eurodressage articles: Imke Schellekens and OO Seven win 2002 AMEV Hippo Cup, Imke Schellekens and OO Seven win 2004 Pikeur Trophy and Imke Schellekens and OO Seven win 2005 VHO Cup.


YouTubeView OO Seven under saddle at the 2012 Boneo Park Stallion Show. View OO Seven at the 2012 Canberra Classic. View OO Seven at the 2012 Boneo Park CDI. View OO Seven at the 2012 Sydney CDI in the Intermediate Freestyle. View OO Seven at the 2012 NSW State Dressage Championships in the Grand Prix Freestyle.




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