HPW Quaser RW (ET)

HPW Quaser RW (ET) (Quando-Quando x His Highness x Grundstein I). 61 07 702 258 12 (AWHA Ltd).

Stable name: Quaser / Mr Q / Q

Black gelding, born 21 October 2012, mature approximately 16.2 hh - 167.64 cms.

Breeder: Shanna Antrim - Harris Park Warmbloods.


HPW Quaser RW (ET)

HPW Quaser RW (ET) (Quando-Quando x His Highness x Grundstein I) is an Australian Warmblood gelding bred by Shanna Antrim of Harris Park Warmbloods via Revelwood Warmblood Stud's 'Designer Foal' program.


HPW Quaser RW (ET) is by the imported Licensed and Performance Tested Oldenburger stallion Quando-Quando (Imp) (Quattro B x Akzent II x Matador) from the imported Hanoverian mare Pr.M. Revelwood Highlite (Imp) (His Highness x Grundstein I x Black Sky xx). Pictured left: Fred Watkins of Watkins Horse Handlers riding HPW Quaser RW (ET) at his Bellara Park clinic. Photo: Rachel Watkins ©


HPW Quaser RW (ET) was lightly started by David Perkins of Tamrookum Lodge in September-October 2015 and was turned out to further mature. Quaser returned to David for seven weeks after a year off since starting for a refresher and to continue his training in October 2016. Quaser left David's for Lismore, New South Wales, where he undertook dressage specific training with Mikala Thomas, returning to Harris Park Warmbloods for a spell at the beginning of May 2017. In January 2018 Quaser was sent to Fred Watkins of Watkins Horse Handlers to continue his training. He spent one month with Fred, including attending one of his clinics at Bellara Park, before coming home for another break.


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HPW Quaser RW (ET)

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PEDIGREE: HPW Quaser RW (ET) (Quando-Quando x His Highness x Grundstein I).

DNA: Full Parentage Verification.

Registered: AWHA Ltd Stud Book Appendix.


HPW Quaser RW (ET)

61 07 702 258 12

EA No: 60004662 (6278)



Quando-Quando (Imp)

DE 333 33 07356 95

Quattro B (Dec) Qredo de Paulstra
Une Americaine
St.Pr./El.St. Schickeria Akzent II
St.Pr.St. Schirokko

Pr.M. Revelwood Highlite (Imp)

DE 431 31 98043 04

His Highness (Dec) Hohenstein
St.Pr.St. Daireen
Gröhnloh Grundstein I

St.Pr.St. Black Beauty



(Kleopatra, Hannover Stutenstamm 1187802 (Schridde 840))


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Quando-Quando (Imp)


Quando-Quando (Imp)Quando-Quando's career in sport and breeding could not have been more remarkable. Not only was he the highest priced youngster at the Vechta Foal Auction in 1995, two years later he was awarded Ic Premium Stallion at the Oldenburger licensing in 1997. Pictured left: Kristy Oatley riding Quando-Quando for Australia at the 2006 WEG. Photo: Berni Saunders (Cyberhorse) ©.


Quando-Quando went on to complete his 100 Day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) in Neustadt-Dosse in October, 1998, placing first overall with 140.86 points (1/43). His dressage index was 147.83 points (2/43) and his jumping index was 112.02 (11/43). He received the highest score possible of 10 for character and willingness to perform. He also received scores of 9.5 for his rideability and straight 9s for walk, trot and canter. He had his premiere in dressage sport in 2000, coming fifth in the German Federal Championships for five year old dressage horses, ridden by Falk Rosenbauer. In 2001 he was a finalist in the Federal Championships for six year old dressage horses and came fifth in the World Championship for Young Dressage Horses.


In 2002 Quando-Quando had wins up to Prix St Georges and Intermediate I under Australian rider Kristy Oatley. In 2003 the pair took fifth place in the Nuremberg Cup ("Burg-Pokal") and were ranked highly in Grand Prix tests. Furthermore, Quando-Quando received the title of VTV Dressage Stallion of the Year award. In 2004 this sequence of success was continued by him winning the World Cup B finals in Dortmund, Germany, and was nominated for the Athens Olympics. In 2006 he was the most successful Oldenburger at the World Championships. He went on to represent Australia at the 2009 Olympic Games in Beijing.


Quando-Quando initially covered at the Brandenburg State Stud of Neustadt-Dosse as a leased stallion. From this initial breeding period, his son, the First Reserve Champion Quaterman I (Quando-Quando x Roccodero B x Jura) was produced. Quaterman I later won his 70 Day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) in Neustadt-Dosse, Germany, and also participated in the Federal Championships of 2002, 2003 and 2004. Quaterman I went on to produce the Bundeschampion, Quaterback (Quaterman I x Brandenburger x Brentano II). Thirty one of Quando-Quando's daughters have been awarded State Premium at various mare shows along with championship winning foals, including the winning colt in Plaaz in 2007 with a final score 9.33 points. His eldest progeny are successful both in dressage and showjumping. From 2000 Quando-Quando stood at Gestüt Grönwohldhof and exported to Australia, arriving in September of 2011. Ninety percent of his Oldenburg foals were awarded a premium in 2002. In 2004 he presented his third approved son, the Oldenburg stallion Quiroga (Quando-Quando x Donnerhall x Disput). As of 31 October, 2011, Quando-Quando has eight approved and recognised sons and thirty one state premium daughters.


Learn more about Quando-Quando (Imp) (Quattro B x Akzent II x Matador).


YouTubeView Quattoleur, the top price foal at the 36th Elite Auction of Foals and Broodmares in August 2010 in Verden, Germany, who sold for 55.000 €. View Quattoleur, who sold for 200.000 € at the October 2012 Hanoverian stallion sales to Klosterhof Medingen. View Quesado (Quando-Quando x Sandro Hit x Pik Noir), at the 11th Oldenburger Elite Foal Auction in August 2012 in Samstag, Germany, who sold for XX.XXX €. View Quando-Quando under saddle with Kristy Oatley. View Quando-Quando's son Quaterman I (Quando-Quando x Roccodero B x Jura) and grandson Quaterback (Quaterman x Brandenburger x Brentano II) at the Stallion Gala at Neustadt-Dosse on 08 Jan 12 at the CSI*** show jumping competition.



E. M. Revelwood Highlite (Imp)


E. M. Revelwood Highlite (Imp)

Dam: Pr.M. Revelwood Highlite (Imp) (His Highness x Grundstein I x Black Sky xx), a Premium Mare with the Hanoverian Verband. She is a truly stunning mare with outstanding conformation, movement and temperament.


Pr.M. Revelwood Highlite (Imp) was imported to Australia from Germany in 2007, was lightly started as a three year old, then had a spell to further develop. She has shown three correct paces with an outstanding, elevated trot. She has competed at Preliminary and Novice level dressage with many wins and Championships to her credit.


Pr.M. Revelwood Highlite (Imp) was assessed by the Hanoverian Horse Society of Australia (HHSA) as a 'Premium' mare, scoring 8.0 points for walk, trot, canter and rideability in her Mare Performance Test. This award is the equivalent to a State Premium Mare in Germany. She has produced numerous quality siblings with two half brothers selling to riders Kate Taylor-Wheat (Revelwood Stagelite by Stedinger) and Jenny Bray (Revelwood Cambridge by Charmeur).


Read more about Revelwood Highlite (Imp).


YouTubeView Pr.M. Revelwood Highlite (Imp) under saddle.


Revelwood Highlite (Imp)



His Highness (Dec)


His Highness (Dec)Dam's Sire: His Highness was the unchallenged winner of the Hanoverian licensing in 2002 and was sold for the price record of 515,000 € to Leatherdale Farms/USA. Since that time, he has confirmed his reputation as an exceptional stallion. Despite his high demand as breeding stallion, he started his career as show dressage horse under the training of Klaus Balkenhol. In 2005, His Highness won several riding horse performance tests and later dressage performance tests up to elementary level and was placed ninth in the final of the Federal Championships of five- year old dressage horses. At the Danish licensing in 2005, he was proclaimed champion of the five-year-old dressage stallions. He was champion at his stallion performance test in Prussendorf in 2003, receiving a total score of 149.24. His outstanding quality was rewarded with the dressage index of 155.04, the highest score in this class. His Highness also knows how to please with his progeny: many offspring from his first two foal crops were chosen for the Verden auction program and were awarded champions at many breeding shows.


His Highness' sire, Hohenstein, Hohenstein is a gorgeous black stallion who has an incredible breeding and competition record. He became premium at the licensing in Neumünster in 1993. In 1994 he was Reserve Champion at his stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf with a total index of 134.05, winning the dressage section and became rideability champion with 148.29 points. In 1997 Hohenstein presented the champion of the stallion licensing. In 1999 he was proclaimed an Elite Stallion and in 2002 he became stallion of the year and his son, His Highness, became champion of the stallion licensing in Verden. Hohenstein ranks #7 in the dressage index breeding value of his Hanoverian daughters in the Hanoverian Yearbook of Stallions 2005. Hohenstein produces horses of superb type, beauty, conformation and dressage ability. Source: RW.


St. Pr. St. Daireen' sire is Donnerhall, is the most successful dressage horse in the world and looks back on an exemplary career. He managed like no other sire of his generation to combine success in breeding and in sport alike. In 1986 Donnerhall was the German DLG Champion in Hanover. After many wins in Grand Prix, Grand Prix Special and freestyle classes at International level he became German champion in Mannheim with his constant rider Karin Rehbein in 1994, team world champion and individual bronze medal winner in The Hague. This was followed by another climax in 1997: Team gold and individual bronze at the European Dressage Championships in Verden. In 1998 he was once more included in the German world championship team and with Karin Rehbein was a member of the gold medal team in Rome, where he attained fourth place in the individual results. Donnerhall won the World Cup European League, as well as being the Oldenburg dressage stallion of the year in 1997 and 1998 respectively.



Grundstein I


Grundstein IIDam's Dam Sire: 11 MAY 1979. Grundstein I (DE ) was the top 10 German Stallion 1994. Sire of Gemenei, winner 1993 German Professional Championships. Sire of many top showjumpers. Grundstein I (full brother) was the top all breeds sire of dressage horses in Germany 1978. Grundstein II sire Graphit was the sire of Germany's leading stallion 1992 Grandsire of Grand Slam (World Cup team) Grandsire of Top Gun (International showjumper) Grandsire of Visa Pilot Z who sired Gottard Grandsire of Propilot (studbook Zangersheide).


Grundstein II's dam sire, Sermon's sire Senator was grandsire of Olympic dressage horse Slibovitz. Grundstein II completed his HLP in Medingen, Germany, in 1982.


Grundstein II is the dam sire of five approved full brothers Blue Hors Romanov (Rohdiamant/Grundstein II/Akzent II), Rubin Action (Rohdiamant/Grundstein II/Akzent II), Rubino Vincente (Rohdiamant/Grundstein II/Akzent II), Rubin Royal (Rohdiamant/Grundstein II/Akzent II) and Rumicello (Rohdiamant/Grundstein II/Akzent II). He is also the sire of the imported and now deceased stallion Grand Kavalier (Grundstein II/Rosenkavalier/Angelo xx).


Ethnicity: Graphite is considered in retrospect probably the most important breeding Grandes son. He left 17 approved stallions, 244 registered mares and about Ledger. 500 competition horses, which earned him a prize money of offspring in the meantime (1990) over 900,000 DM. Even if it its outstanding sport horse in its balance sheet is missing, perhaps, his Beschälersöhne are among the best in Germany: eg Graf Spee, general, and of course Grannus foundations I and II are highly successful foundation sire. Cornerstone mother is a daughter of Sissy Sermon I, who runs the blood of the great Hanoverian jumping stallion and stallion line founder Senator. Sissy also brought the foundation sires I, which acts today as a Grand Prix dressage horse and sire in the U.S., and the full sister Gotenfrau, which provided the stallion Ramiro As. The grandmother St.Pr.St.Gotengold was probably one of the best daughters of the legendary Gotthard, the other in 1990, twelve years after his death, with a progeny winnings of over 2 million DM is still undisputedly the most successful Hanoverian stallion since the war. A full brother is the Gotengold Goldberg, nor from the first, came largely ignored years of the Gotthard and only four years covered in Westphalia, before he even entered 1969th Among his descendants were few with Gaylord and Golden Gate two of the best jumping horses in the seventies; 445 000 DM lifetime earnings are for him and his children until 1990 making; etc. He is also father of the young mother Vererberstars Gold Rush II (Almox Gazelle).

Inheritance: The inheritance seems to be the cornerstone II focuses enforce than jumping horses (1990 rank 11 in his year group). In this division was in 1989 Germa 56 with several wins and placings M-(6-year), the most successful. The dance brought PSISpringpferd Deutsch Ankumer DM 170,000 in auction ring. But in other disciplines were the cornerstone II children in conversation, such as Gibraltar 17 as a seventh-road Horse Championships 1989 in Mannheim 181 as granite or nine times (!) Winner material. Gratian was 1986 premium stallion at the Oldenburg approval, basic and fundamental Gold I Gold II (1990 stallion performance test 125 points) are from the temporary deck used in Rhineland-Palatinate.


The G-Line is reknown as the most important and famous producer of international performance horses in the world both in dressage and jumping. In dressage, these horses are household names: Gifted, Grundstein, Grunox, Gigalo, Graf George, Girogione and Goldstern. Grand Prix and Olympic jumping champions include Gladstone, Everest, Gaylord, Genius, Grand Plaisir, Grandeur and Top Gun. Goldfisch II is the focus of the important horses of this line, primarily through his influential descendents Grande and Gotthard. The famous Grande, who was at stud for 25 years was noted for the performance success of his offspring. With Graf, by Goldfisch II from the jumping side and his Duellant mother, Grande combined the best in dressage and jumping bloodlines. Three Grande sons achieved great fame as sires. Galsritter developed into a producer of jumpers of international class. Garibaldi II sired the U.S. dressage champion Gifted as well as many show jumpers and Graphit sired the well known dressage sires Grundstein I & II. Grundstein I competed very successfully at Grand Prix level and was the leading sire in the FN rankings among stallions in the top ten percent of their age group in both jumping and dressage from 1988-2000. Graphit also produced Grannus, a top jumping stallion with lifetime earnings of well over five million DM, who in turn produced seven Olympic hoses and more than 60 approved stallions including Graf Grannus, the 2004 Hanoverian Stallion of the Year. Source for paragraph: RW.



St.Pr.St. Black Beauty


Dam's Dam Dam: St.Pr.St. Black Beauty. The elegant English Thoroughbred, Black Sky xx, was imported to Germany in 1972. Black Sky stood at the private stud of Schmidt-Ankum. Black Sky's progeny include the great Bolero (Black Sky xx x Bleep xx x Athos) who is the founding sire of the well regarded 'B' line.




Gerd Sosath

Hengststation Jens Meyer


Leatherdale Farms

Revelwood Warmblood Stud


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