Competition Horses

Below we invite you to meet the horses that make it all possible:

Claus 63

2012 | Holsteiner Gelding
Sire: Catoo | Dam: Tina II
Owner: Sharon White

“Claus” was imported from Germany after being sourced by Dirk Schrade in the fall of 2018. He has a lovely presence, floats across the ground and loves to jump! In 2023, Claus 63 was named to the U.S. Eventing Team for the Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile (October), earning Sharon her first senior team designation and a team silver medal.

Recent Highlights:

  • 5th best American pair – Defender Kentucky Three-Day Event – 4/2024
  • Team Silver, 2023 Pan American Games – 10/2023
  • 1st Place, Millbrook Advanced – 8/2023
  • 1st Place, Ocala International CCI4*-S 4/2023
  • Top 20, Lexington CCI4*-S 4/2022
  • 2nd Place, Tryon International CCI4*-L 11/2021

Jaguar Duende (Jag)

2016 | Holsteiner Mare

Sire: Jaguar Mail | Dam: Latina

Owner: Sharon White

Jaguar Duende is the newest member of the team and came over from Germany after being sourced and started by Dirk Schrade. “Jag” is very expressive and authentic, tries unbelievably hard to the point of making a cute little noise, she talks a lot, has very good female (mare) intuition, lots of energy and is totally genuine in her expressions. Jaguar Duende was recently crowned Preliminary Horse champion at the 2023 USEA American Eventing Championships and successfully moved up to the Intermediate/3* level to cap off her year.

Recent Highlights:

  • 1st Place, USEA Preliminary Horse Championship – 8/2023

Arden Augustus

2018 | Warmblood – Thoroughbred gelding

Sire: Jaguar Mail | Dam: Juneau

Owner: Anita Antenucci

Namara CFF

2018 | Dutch Warmblood mare

Sire: Everdale | Dam: Damara

Owner: Sharon White


2017 | Hanoverian mare

Sire: Quantensprung | Dam: Seraphina

Owner: Sharon White

Vintage Chanel

2017 | Warmblood Mare

Sire: Valentino | Dam: Count Your Pennies

Owner: Anita Antenucci

Many thanks to Joan Davis and Flatlandsfoto for always grabbing such great shots of our team! 

In Loving Memory of Sheri Weber:

SheriOn August 2nd 2014, Sheri Weber, Patch’s (Wundermaske) owner and a longtime friend and supporter of LFF passed away suddenly. Sheri will forever be riding alongside Sharon, and everyone at LFF misses her kind spirit, and remember everything that she has done for LFF and the eventing community.