Warlord II 17hh Grey Stallion
5 Time World Cup Winner and 2002 Winner of Champion of Champion Jumpers at Jumping With The Stars. Ridden by Olympian
Gavin Chester, Warlord II jumped in the 2007 World Cup Final in Los Vegas USA!!
Warlord 11 has proven himself a good sire from limited mares!! Sire of World Cup placegetters Glenara Bollinger & Glenara
Also the sire if a Two Champion of Champion Jumpers at Jumpung With The Stars in 2008 Glenara Bollinger & 2010 Master Cognac!
sire of WA Showjumping Champion Oaks Zena and the sire
of other winners Yandoo Lady Gold, War Penny, War Folly, Moonwar,Moonlord, Glenara Vintage Rose, Glenara Moët and many more!
Good read below by Jenny Sheppard about a Warlord 11 and he's 5 in a row World Cup Wins!!
IN THE SADDLEJENNY SHEPPARD 20/11/2006
WODONGA SPECTACULAR SEES CHESTER
Former Australian Olympian Gavin Chester of Sale in Gippsland riding the athletic and extremely careful Warlord II, a 10 year old grey stallion proved he’s as good as the best when he equaled Vicki Roycroft’s world (not just Australian) record of five wins in consecutive jumping World Cup
qualifying rounds. Chester and Warlord had the capacity crowd at the Wodonga Exhibition Centre on the edge of their seats on Saturday night, when he went for broke in the jump-off against the clock, knowing he had to beat a masterful clear round produced by
Laurie Lever of Somerville riding Ashleigh Drossel Dan (also a grey). In winning, Warlord and Gavin have now completed 11 consecutive fault free World Cupjumping rounds, Chester was nearly three seconds faster than Lever in the final jump-off over a shortened and very challenging course.
Interestingly, six out of the final eight places were filled by grey horses.
The most influential line on the course
designed by international Leeson Sirrett of Colbinabbin was a 1.55m triple bar off a corner, four strides to a
very upright and unforgiving set of planks set at 1.50m, which seemed to hit the deck if the horse even breathed the wrong way. Leeson created a drought theme with his arena décor, the small areas
of dead trees and post and rail fences making the already tight course even more challenging.