The Canadian Warmblood Breeders Association has recently licensed nine new stallions following an inspection tour through three provinces: Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan and Alberta. The national high-score stallion was the black three-year-old Jethro Tull (I’m Special de Muze x Utah x Voltaire) owned by Klondike Victory Farm in Alberta, reported as being “a very attractive young horse with cat-like and elastic movements,” with a ground-covering canter and good technique in the chute. The reserve high score was the Westfalian Larghetto (Like A Diamond NRW - Famina x Fidermark). Bred and owned by Nicolas Rorhbach of Switzerland and Alberta, Larghetto scored the highest jumping marks of the whole tour, “was very well prepared and showed good rhythm and balance in his movements."