Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Sea Lion: 90% Pregnancy Rate With First Breeding

Sea Lion could be the perfect choice for your mare!

  • An impressive and versatile stallion with successful eventing career plus a "retirement" show record in hunters. 
  • Offspring in five countries.
  • Oldest offspring starting to compete.
  • Available fresh and frozen.
  • Excellent motility.
  • 90% conception rate on first breeding.
  • Live Foal Guarantee.

Sea Lion is a versatile Thoroughbred stallion approved by most major warmblood registries. He competed at the highest levels of eventing, including at the Rolex 4* (now 5*), and retired sound to compete in Hunters and Jumpers. See below for breeding testimonials.

Below we are featuring a handful of Sea Lion's offspring, registered in several different registries. His oldest are six and are beginning to compete, and we'll be featuring more of them in the coming months.

Sea Lioness

Sea Lioness today. Mare by Sea Lion, born 2016. She is out of Princess Kabbalah, an Oldenburg mare by Kairo.
Sea Lioness, by Sea Lion, starting her eventing career at the Future Event Horse competition in 2018, where she qualified for Nationals (but owner was unable to take her). 

Felix Feliseas

Felix Feliseas, 2019 colt by Sea Lion. He may have inherited some of his dad's jumping talent! He is out of a Selle Luxembourgeois mare by Beaulieu's Conquest.
Photo: Lorraine Treacy

TGS Lion's Sunshine

TGS Lion's Sunshine, 2019 filly by Sea Lion. She will be registered in the Sport Horse Ireland Studbook when she’s three. Owner says, “She’s a keeper!”

Sea Wolf

Sea Wolf is a Hanoverian colt born in 2017, bred by Meredith C Michelfelder (USA). He is out of Fuerst Flight R, by Fuerst Gotthard.


Stowaway, 2016 filly by Sea Lion. She is 7/8 Thoroughbred and 1/8 Island Pony. She is out of Folie A Nevis, by Sea of Secrets.

Stowaway at 2 years old.


Sea Lion has excellent quality semen, and has been very successful at getting mares pregnant. Here is the report from the Alamo Pintado Equine clinic, one of the clinics where he is collected:

"We handle all the collections, processing, freezing, and shipping for Pam Fisher's stallion Sea Lion. The semen at collection looks amazing. I would say easily 90/85%. I can say with assurance that I have never received any complaints regarding the quality of his semen.  He is an extremely fertile stallion."


"Sea Lion’s semen at 24 hrs still looking amazing. At least 70% PM."

The comments from breeders have also been positive. "At [my mare]'s two week check ... she was pregnant so hopefully everything is coming along well! [My vet] said the quality of the semen was excellent. I'm very excited!"

To learn more about Sea Lion, click here.

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