Vermouth, Valence’s and Ceylonna’s sire, is the winner of Sweden’s Stallion Test

Vermouth is an imported Swedish Warmblood Stallion and is a masculine, but very light, black-bay stallion, standing 16.3 hands. Vermouth won the Swedish Stallion Test at Flyinge’s stallion approvals. He was the gaits winner, best on the cross-country course, 2cnd best jumper, and had the best riding points. Three stallions were approved in the 4 year old test. Vermouth was announced as the winner, with Opius, a jumping stallion, second, and Kyra Kyrklund’s stallion, Master, also approved.

Vermouth’s first N.A. crop resulted in 100% Class 1 scores by the Swedish inspectors or First Premium by the German Oldenburger. His offspring are from several different warmblood registries, Thoroughbred, and Arabain mares. Vermouth continues to have a very high percentage of Class 1 and top ratings from his offspring, read more at

Trainer/ Breeder Meg Brown’s Swedish line of Warmbloods, sure of her founding stallion Valence and mare Ceylonna.

Valence (see the picture) will be open for breeding in 2015 to approved mares. 


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