Cherry Knoll Farm has produced many past champions, notably Cedric. A 1998 Holsteiner gelding (Chambertin 3-Cortina, Carolus LL), Cedric and Laura Kraut were one of the most dynamic and successful show jumping combinations in American history.
The 2006 Dutch Warmblood gelding, owned by Cherry Knoll Farm, Inc., took the Pre-Green Hunters by storm during 2013, and has continued to climb the ranks.
The talented chestnut had a very successful First Year Green Division in 2015 and moved up to claim many wins in the Second Year Green division in 2016, including two well deserved second place finishes at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show.
He finished second in the World Equestrian Center's $40,000 4' Hunter Derby in Ohio after winning the first round in a large class by earning scores of 88 and 90 without taking the high options. In the handy round, he was awarded scores of 88 and 87 with two high options.
Schroeter's Romani, a 2002 Danish Warmblood mare, was purchased with the help of Margaret Duprey and Cherry Knoll Farm, Hart's family, William and Sandy Kimmel, Barbara Summer and her many other supporters.
The mare is 16.2 hands, and arrived from Denmark in November 2013 to become Rebecca Hart's Paralympic and World Equestrian Games partner.
Under the tutelage of Todd Flettrich, Hart and Schroeter's Romani had an exciting career together with top finishes around the world. The pair are two-time United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) National High Performance Champions and have won more than 15 CPEDI3* classes in the United States.
In 2016, they won the Adequan Global Dressage Festival Winter Para-Series, as well as clinching both the Grade II individual championship and team gold at the CPEDI3* in January. The decorated pair have also had multiple CPEDI3* wins throughout Europe, including competitions in Hartpury, England, Mannheim, Germany, Deauville, France, and Moorsele, Belgium.