- 2012 mare by Mylord Carthago out of Centina (Cento)
- Athletic, scopey, well-moving, careful, brave, and EASY to ride!
- Mother Centina produced 5 outstanding mares for us, by a variety of outstanding stallions.
- Mira’s sire Mylord Carthago was the mainstay of French national teams for many years with Penelope Leprevost and is now proving himself as a breeding stallion.
- Mira’s dam sire Cento, with Otto Becker, became a legend of German showjumping sport. Cento is a World Cup winner and Olympic gold medalist.
- Mira is a sweet, safe, laid-back horse who just happens to have a lot of physical ability.
- To see her in her stall around nap time, you would not suspect that she is all business when it comes to doing her job in the show ring!
- Mira is already a very easy horse to ride and should be ideal for a young rider with ambition to move up into bigger classes.
- Mira was started under saddle for 6 weeks in the summer of 2015, then returned to her friends in the field for the winter.
- Mira went back to work in April of 2016 and made such rapid progress that she was ready for her first competitions in July.
- Her first competition: July 2016, 1.00 m course, CLEAR ROUND!
- Her second competition: August 2016, 1.00 m course, CLEAR ROUND!
- Her third competition: August 2016, 0.95 m course, CLEAR ROUND!
- Mira has shown a fantastic attitude in the ring. She is brave but careful, easy to ride around the course.
- She began her 5-year-old season with a trip to the 2017 Spring Mediterranean Equestrian Tour II in Oliva, Spain, where she competed in 1.15 m courses for 5-year-old horses. She completed 5 out of 7 clear rounds, including placing 3rd and 6th in two of the Grand Prix classes in her division.