Harris Park Warmbloods' Stallions | Outside Stallions

 

 

Harris Park Warmbloods' Stallions

HPW Emmett RW (ET)At present, Harris Park Warmbloods do not stand any Warmblood stallions. I currently have one stallion prospect, HPW Emmett RW (ET), by the KWPN stallion Everdale (IFS) (Lord Leatherdale x Negro x El Corona) out of the imported Oldenburger mare V.Pr.St. Karmelita (Imp) (Donnerschwee x Sandro Hit x Karon). He will be presented for Colt Selection with the Australian Warmblood Horse Association Limited (AWHA Ltd) in 2018/19, pending maturity and preparedness for selection. Pictured left: HPW Emmett RW (ET) on 24 July 2017, aged 2 years, 8 months and 28 days old. Photo: Harris Park Warmbloods ©

 

Emphasis will be placed on Emmett's ridden career first; therefore I will not look at breeding with him until the 2018, possibly 2019 breeding season, when he will be 4-5 years old. Once he has commenced breeding duties, he may be available to a small book of outside mares. By this time he will have hopefully passed AWHA Ltd Colt Selection and will have an active breeding permit with the Association.

 

Please note: Harris Park Warmbloods will be limiting semen sales to owners of AWHA Ltd classified Warmblood Studbook and Warmblood, Thoroughbred or Anglo Arabian Foundation Mares, along with mares that have been registered and classified with recognised overseas Warmblood breed societies. AWHA Ltd Elite Mares will receive a discount on the advertised service fee.

 

ALL STALLION SERVICES SOLD BY HARRIS PARK WARMBLOODS WILL COME WITH THE FOLLOWING:

 

  • Australian Warmblood Horse Association Limited (AWHA Ltd) service certificate;
  • AWHA Ltd Ordinary Membership*;
  • Horse Force semen supply contract;
  • AWHA Ltd foal registration; and
  • AWHA Ltd DNA typing for resultant foal.

 

* Excludes current AWHA Ltd members.        

 

All other mares will be considered on a case by case basis, noting that mares must be registered and classified with their respective breed society in order to be considered. If your mare is not yet registered and you have questions regarding the registration process, please contact me and I will be more than happy to assist you with any enquiries you may have.

 

MARES THAT FALL OUTSIDE OF THESE CATEGORIES

WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES!

 

 

Please note: a service certificate will not be issued without a completed Mare Insemination and Identification Form (mandatory), and Embryo Transfer Mare Identification Form (where applicable), completed and signed by the inseminating Veterinarian or Accredited AI Technician, forward to Harris Park Warmbloods.

 


 

 

Outside Stallions

 

The stallions listed below have been or are going to be used in my breeding program and the stud details have been added for your information and convenience. For further information regarding the below stallions, please contact the stud or frozen semen distributor directly.

 

Arko III | Blickpunkt | Cera Charisma | Contendro I | Couleur Rubin | Damsey FRH | D'Dur | Diamond Hit | Diarado

Don Martillo | Dornkaart | Earl | Edward | Emerald van't Ruytershof | Estobar NRW | Everdale | Fidertanz | Floriscount

Fugato SW | Graçieux | Great Blue | Gymnastik Star | Higgins | Kannan | Lancado | Leprince des Bois | Lucky Lionell

Magritte 780 | Pref Keur OO Seven | Quando-Quando | Riverside | Rock Springs | Romanov II | Sandro Hit

Scolari | Smash Hit | Stanley | Tornesch | Van Gogh

 

All stallions utilised in my breeding program have either been licensed and performance tested with recognised overseas Warmblood breed societies or classified within Australia with the Australian Warmblood Horse Association Limited (AWHA Ltd). All stallions are used over registered broodmares that have been classified with the AWHA Ltd, Hanoverian Horse Society of Australia (HHSA) or recognised overseas Warmblood breed societies. All resultant progeny are DNA typed, freeze branded, microchipped and come with AWHA Ltd Stud Book registration papers.

 

Although not all of the below mentioned imported frozen semen (IFS) stallions have been utilised to date, I have them stored, ready to use with the right mare at the right time in the future. I am extremely excited with the progeny prospects from the below mentioned stallions. To view my progeny from these stallions, please view my foal and youngstock pages.

 

 

Blickpunkt IV (IFS)

 

Blickpunkt IV (IFS) (Belissimo M NRW x Fidermark x Worldchamp). DE 441-41-12373-05 (Westfalen).

Liver chestnut stallion, born 2005, 16.3 hh - 170 cms.

Breeder: Margret Grigoleit.

Winner of his thirty day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) at Radegast, Germany in 2009.

 

Blickpunkt IV (IFS)Blickpunkt IV (IFS), a Belissimo M NRW son with a magnificent liver chestnut coat, is once more proof of the outstanding hereditary qualities of his sire. Blickpunkt was the winner of the 30 Day Stallion Performance Test at Radegast, Germany in 2008, with an overall score of 8.58 points (1/15). His dressage index was 8.55 points (?/15) and his jumping index was 8.38 (?/15). Pictured left: Blickpunkt. Photo: Kiki Beelitz ©

 

The preliminary notes saw Blickpunkt receive 10.0 points for character, 9.0 points for temperament, motivation and constitution, 8.50 points for each of his gates (walk, trot and canter), 9.0 points for rideability and 8.0 points for jumping ability. During the performance test, he received 9.0 points for his trot, 8.25 points for his walk and canter, and 8.50 points for his jumping ability. He received a score of 8.50 points for rideability from the test rider. In 2008, Blickpunkt qualified for the Bundeschampionat in Warendorf, Germany.

 

Blickpunkt impressively reconfirmed this talent becoming Vice Champion of the 70 Day Stallion Performance Test in Radegast, Germany, in September, 2009, with a general index of 121.81 points (2/24). His dressage index was 127.59 points (2/24) and his jumping index was 110.29 (7/24).

 

Blickpunkt's sire, Belissimo M NRW (Beltain x Romadour II x Lucius xx), has outstanding qualities being a top auction horse, record breaking stallion performance test winner, Bundeschampion and a finalist at the World Championship for young dressage horses. After a longer sport break he started in 2011 directly at the advanced (S) level and achieved straight away victories and placings in Grand-Prix classes under Hayley Beresford. He finished the Olympic qualification for London 2012 as best horse of the Australian team.

 

Belissimo M NRW set records including nine Stallion Performance Test winners and four Vice Performance Test winners among 46 Licensed Stallions are probably world record! 85 state premium mares, among them, champion mares in Hanover, Bavaria and Westphalia as well as the 2012' Rhineland Champion Mare speak for his stability in inheritance. In addition, there are five Bundeschampions and, with Blickpunkt, there is a double bronze medal winner of the World Championship for young dressage horses in Verden. Callaho' Benicio became with fantastic scores Bundeschampion of six-year old dressage horses in Warendorf in 2011. Further winners of championships and many high-priced auction horses worldwide – with 572,000 Euro (Denmark) his daughter Belandra was one of the top horses at the PSI in Ankum – are caused by Belissimo M NRW's resounding inheritance of riding quality. In 2011, his oldest offspring could compete in the advanced (S) class for the first time – already 15 of them were successful at this stage in 2012, several times even as winners. Meanwhile, there is even a Grand Prix winner, named Bella Rose under Isabell Werth, among them!

 

According to FN's estimated breeding value statistics he is positioned, for years, nationwide among the top sires as dressage sire (153 index points in 2012) – and this also with a positive breeding value for the inheritance of jumping (106 points). The Hanoverian estimated breeding value statistics place him with 147 points for the dressage quality of his performance tested daughters with the very best – and that with impressive evaluations also for the inheritance of riding horses (142 points) as well as the fundament (159 points!).

 

This resounding inheritance is the result of systematic performance breeding. The sire Beltain was himself successful in the dressage arena up to advanced (S) class and originates from one of the most successful mare lines of Hanover: His dam is full sister of the Celle State Stud sires Garibaldi I and II and granddam of Wolkenstein I and II as well as of the Grand Prix dressage horse Little Big Man; also the Celle State Stud sires Brentano I and II as well as Beauvalais (e.g. 2002' vice world champion in Jerez, Olympic bronze medal in Athens 2004) belong to them. Belissimo's dam Roxa produced, when bred to Boss, three in dressage up to advanced (S) level successful full siblings: Bonnie Bianco, Baccarole and Boutique.

 

As recognition of his breeder's significance Belissimo M NRW has been honoured in a way that only a few top stallions has been given to: He now is allowed to perform as representative of his homeland, as Belissimo M NRW! Also the Holsteiner Verband honoured his extraordinary breeding qualities already in 2010 and granted him exceptionally the approval to breed Holsteiner mares as a sire of a foreign bloodline.

 

Belissimo M NRW's sire Beltain (Bolero x Grande x Marcio xx) fulfilled his breeding requirements through his successes in Advanced dressage classes and very effectively revitalised the Bolero bloodline. He was bred from one of the most valuable mare lines of the Hanoverian breed. His dam, St.Pr.St. Gänseliesel (Grande x Marcio xx x Duellant), is a full sister to Garibaldi I and II and the Grand Prix dressage horse Little Big Man/Falk Rosenbauer, and is moreover the granddam of the approved trio of brothers Wolkenstein I, II and III.

 

Belissimo's dam St.Pr.St. Roxa won a district show and gave birth to the full siblings Bonnie Bianco, Baccarole and Boutique (Boss x ? x ?) as well as to Belissimo M's full sister St.Pr.St. Belissima. Her sire, the DLG Champion Romadour II (Romulus I x Grunfink x Dorn), ushered in a new era in the breeding of dressage horses through his progeny. The grandam Lady also produced St.Pr.St. Roxa's full brother Royal Dancer, who won Intermediate level dressage competitions. Lucius xx (Antonio Canale xx x Ticino xx x Tourbillon xx) on the dam's side of the pedigree also introduced valuable Thoroughbred blood. Apart from Belissimo NRW, the maternal bloodline of Welfe (Welfenprinz x Föhnzauber x Fliegersport) brought forth successful sports horses for all disciplines, including the stallions Cash and Fly (? x ? x ?) private stallion in Holstein, Cinamant K (Carte D'Or x Amant I x Romadour II) private stallion in Westphalia, and Pluco (Pilot x Frühlingstraum II x Lucius xx) private stallion in Oldenburg, Rhineland and Saxony.

 

At his 30 day test in Zweibrücken, Belissimo NRW set a new record with 9.63 (?/11) points for dressage and 8.77 points (X/11) for for jumping with an overall score of 9.25 points (X/11). This was the highest result which has ever been achieved in this test. The maximum score of 10.0 points appears four times in his test report. Belissimo NRW had earlier been celebrated as the top horse of the NRW Autumn Auction in Münster-Handorf, Germany, in 2002. In 2003 he became Federal Champion of four year old stallion in Warendorf, Germany. In the following year he was nominated for the World Championship for five year old dressage horses in Verden, where he won one part of the qualification test with 9.38 points. In the World Championship final Belissimo NRW came fifth. Several of Belissimo NRW's progeny have sold for top prices at auctions in Münster-Handorf and Verden in Germany.

 

Despite the early retirement of Blickpunkt's dam sire Fidermark I (Florestan I x Wether x Einblick), he belongs to the very best dressage sires of his generation according to performance and breeding record (FN's dressage breeding value of 150 points). Fidermark I is beyond doubt the most successful son of the legendary trademark stallion Florestan I. Through Worldchamp the important blood of the famous Hanoverian star sires World Cup I (Wörmann x Sender x Lugano I) and Argentan I (Absatz x Wohlan x Lateran) come into the pedigree; along with the Rheinländer Champion Stallion Pasternak (Patron x Wortschwall x Dekan) who is typed by proven noble Trakehner blood.

 

Sport successes highlight the influence of the performance sires Frühlingsball (Frühling x Radetzky x Drall) and Perseus (Pluchino xx x Ramzes x x Oxyd) and point to their value as ancestors of this successful dam line. Three State Premium Mares in the direct maternal line also give emphatic proof of the top class conformation qualities of this well bred dam line. Several dressage (Rashaan Badu, Fiona) and jumping horses (Dennoch, Lido) with achievements up to Advanced class give further proof of the high sport value of this line.

 

His sire Fidermark had an exemplary career. He was Reserve Champion of the North Rhine-Westphalian approval in 1994, winner of the Stallion Performance test in Warendorf in 1995, winner of the "Optimum", a prize for Westphalian riding horses in Münster in 1996, and also won the German Federal Championship of four-year-old stallions that year. In 2000 he was finalist in the Nuremberg Cup ("Burg-Pokal") with Marlies van Baalen/NED, and was victorious up to Grand Prix level in the following time. Fidermark, who died far too early in 2003, presented more than 30 approved sons, including the champion stallion Fidertanz, the stallion performance test winner Fiano, the federal vice-champion Farewell III, and Feinsinn NRW/Caroline van der Linde, who is part of the German young riders' squad. His daughter Falbala was chosen as the winner of the 2004 Westphalian Elite Mare Show in Münster-Handorf. In 2002, his daughter Fantastica took first place at the same location, and then also became runner-up at the Federal Mare Show in Neustadt-Dosse in the category of show-oriented mares. The Fidermark son Fürst Fabio won the German Federal Championship of three-year-old riding horses in 2002. His son Fidergold became the highest-priced horse at the auction in Münster-Handorf in 2004. A full-sister of Falsterbo was awarded state premium mare, and a half-sister of his is the most successful young dressage horse competing at advanced level in Canada. Falsterbo.

 

His sire Fidermark was reserve champion of the 1994 North Rhine-Westphalian approval, and the unchallenged winner in the performance test of the Warendorf state stallions in 1995. In 1996 he won the "Optimum", a prize for Westphalian riding horses, in Münster, and was also victorious at the German Federal Championship of four-year-old stallions. Moreover, he was victorious at the LVM Stallion Championships in Münster-Handorf, and qualified for the final of the Nuremberg Cup ("Burg- Pokal") in the Frankfurt Festival Hall with Marlies van Baalen/NED in 2000. After that he attained wins up to Grand Prix class until his untimely demise in 2003. In 2004 Fidermark's son Fidertanz became the winner of the NRW approval. His daughter Falbala was champion mare of the Westphalian Elite Mare Show. The Fidermark daughter Fantastica, North Rhine- Westphalian champion mare in 2002, became runner-up at the Federal Mare Show in Neustadt-Dosse in the category of showoriented mares in the same year. Fidermarks son Feinsinn NRW and his rider Caroline van der Linde are part of the German young riders' squad. The dam Riga presented four approved stallion sons in four successive years – Farewell I, Farewell II, Farewell III and Farewell IV. The grandam, state premium mare Anastasia, also gave birth to the successful advanced dressage horse Wenezia (by Worldchamp) and to Dolega (by Democraat), who won intermediate dressage tests. Anastasia's full-sister Alexa is the dam of the Warendorf state stallion Rosenquarz.

 

In August, 2011, as a six year old, Blickpunkt suffered from a colic attack and underwent colic surgery. Unfortunately he had contracted one of his testicles up into his abdomen and it was necessary for him to have an emergency castration. Prior to his castration, Blickpunkt had an outstanding crop of foals on the ground. He competed successfully with Australian rider Hayley Beresford in Germany. In June, 2013, Hayley Beresford placed fifth on Blickpunkt in their first Prix St Georges class at Silverthof in Erkenschwick, Germany, scoring 67.10 % in strong competition. "Blickpunkt is one of my most impressive upcoming stars," Hayley said.

 

Blickpunkt is now soley owned by Eduardo, Gabrielle and Rory Fischer and is ridden by Dr Cesar Parra. Pan American Games Dressage Gold medalist Dr Parra said, "Blickpunkt is a high quality horse that is really starting to come into his own. He has super gaits and conformation for the sport, and is really an eye catcher. He has a lot of talent for piaffe and passage so we're working toward Grand Prix."

 

Learn more about Blickpunkt IV (IFS) (Belissimo M NRW x Fidermark x Worldchamp).

 

YouTubeView Blickpunkt's stallion video by Zucht und Sportpferde Schmidt.

 

 

Cera Charisma

 

Cera Charisma (Casall Ask x Carinjo HDC x Calypso I). Reg # 61 02 201 757 12 (Australian Warmblood).

Bay stallion, born 2013, 16.2 hh - 168 cms.

Breeder: Kerri Parker, Cera Performance Horses.

 

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Learn more about Cera Charisma (Casall Ask x Carinjo HDC x Calypso I).

 

YouTubeView Cera Charisma.

 

 

Contendro I (IFS)

 

Contendro I (IFS) (Contender x Reichsgraf x Rasputin). DE 321-21-01498-97 (Holsteiner - Stamm 104A).

Dark brown stallion, born 1997, 16.1 ½ hh - 166 cms.

Breeder: Manfred Birchler.

Licensing Champion at the Holsteiner Stallion Licensing in Neumünster, Germany, in 1999.

 

Contendro I (IFS)Contendro I was the Premium Stallion at the Holsteiner Stallion Licensing in Neumünster, Germany, in 1999. The following year he confirmed the high expectations that were placed on him when he won the 100 Day Stallion Performance Test held in Adelheidsdorf, Germany, with top scores in all parts of the index. In the partial index for jumping he became the outright winner on 147.29 points (1/39). Pictured left: Contendro I under saddle at Gestüt Famos. Photo: Kiki Beelitz ©

 

In 2001, Contendro I was highly placed at the Holsteiner Riding Horse Championships and was nominated for the Federal Championships (Bundeschampionate), held in Warendorf, Germany. Since this time, he has had successes in show jumping tests up to Intermediate level. Due to a heavy breeding load there was not much time for competitions in sport but wherever he did compete, he was extremely successful.

 

Bred by Manfred Birchler and owned by Gestüt Famos, Contendro I is definitely one of the best Contender (Calypso II x Ramiro Z x Ladykiller xx) sons in breeding. His offspring has amassed almost one million € with more than 945,000 € in competition winnings. Numerous Contendro I progeny are successful in 1.50 m classes, including internationally. Numerous foals were premium and have sold at well above average prices at the Verden foal auctions. In 2004, eleven of his sons were approved in Verden, Neumünster, Münster-Handorf and Kreuth.

 

As of 31 Oct 11, Contendro I had fifty five approved sons. Some of his successful offspring include the licensed stallions Codex One (Contendro I x Glückspilz x Egerländer), Contendros (Contendro I x Drosselklang II x Glückspilz), Contendros Bube (Contendro I x Pik Bube I x Moltke I) and Count Grannus (Contendro I x Graf Grannus x Picard). The state studs in Celle, Neustadt-Dosse and Schwaiganger as well as some private stallion keepers each secured at least one Contendro I son for themselves. Contendro I has been included in the Hanoverian Showjumper Breeding Program.

 

Contendro I progeny: Harris Park Copyright (Contendro I x Filante xx x Sillery xx).

Learn more about Contendro I (IFS) (Contender x Reichsgraf x Rasputin).

 

YouTubeView Contendro I in hand and under saddle.

 

 

Couleur-Rubin (IFS)

 

Couleur-Rubin (IFS) (Cordalmé Z x Grannus x Ramino). Reg # 333-33-06553-96 (Oldenburger).

Chestnut stallion, born 1996, 16.2 hh - 168 cms.

Breeder: Harli Seifert, Löningen, Germany.

 

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Learn more about Couleur-Rubin (IFS) (Cordalmé Z x Grannus x Ramino).

 

YouTubeView Couleur-Rubin (IFS) under rider Ludger Beerbaum.

 

 

Damsey FRH (IFS)

 

Damsey FRH (IFS) (Dressage Royal x Ritual x Grande). DE 431-31-68868-02 (Hannoveraner).

Dark brown stallion, born 2002, 16.3 ½ hh - 171 cms.

Breeder: Gut Buschhof.

Licensing Champion at the Holsteiner Stallion Licensing in Neumünster, Germany, in 1999.

 

Damsey FRH (IFS)After winning a series of tests with very high scores for young dressage horses in elementary (L) level and taking third place at the Bundeschampionat, Damsey is now being prepared for the next higher level dressage ring. Pictured left: Damsey FRH. Photo: Kiki Beelitz ©

 

Damsey's first crop was impressive. Many of his strong moving, substantial type foals placed among the best at foal shows. Damsey started his career as the only stallion to receive a premium at the Hanoverian saddle licensing. At his 30 day test in Adelheidsdorf he received a score of 9.25 for rideability – the highest score of all. In 2006, his first show season, Damsey took first or other places in eleven tests for young riding and dressage horses. At the Danish licensing in Herning he became the undisputed Champion Stallion of four year old dressage stallions.

 

2005 Adelheidsdorf 30 Day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) Dressage 8.85 points, jumping 7.68 points, total 8.45 (X/21).

2007 Turnier BC 5j. Dt. Dressurpferde Qualification

 

Damsey was the only Premium Stallion of the Hanoverian under saddle licensing in 2005 and went through his 70 Day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) until the final week of the testing when he came down with a fever. His owner decided to withdraw him from the stallion performance testing, not wanting him to continue when sick or take the average mark due to his magnificnet score obtained throughout the testing to that date. At his 30 Day Stallion Performance Test in Adelheidsdorf in 2005, he received the highest rideability score (9.25 points) among all 21 contestants. In his first tournament season in 2006, Damsey had a series of wins in tests for young riding and young dressage horses under Inga von Helldorff. At the Danish licensing in Herning, he became the unchallenged winner of four year old dressage stallions.

 

After a winning series in young horses dressage classes and two time finalist of the Bundeschampionat he was nominated for the World breeding dressage championships in Verden 2008 and then was successfull in Prix St. Georges and advanced level classes in 2009. The year 2010 started for Damsey with the win of the Prix St. Georges in Redefin. In 2011 Damsey qualified in Verden for the highly competitive final of the Nürnberger Burg Pokal under his rider Steffen Frahm.

 

In 2012 Damsey was able to win three Grand Prix classes and come in 2nd in a Grand Prix Special. Out of Damsey's first foal crop was the winning mare of the Herwart-von-der Decken-Show, Diana (Damsey x Brentano II x Weltmeyer). In 2011, his daughter Darling (Damsey x Londonderry x Weltmeyer), was a class winning mare. In 2012 Damsey's daughter Dalia (dam by Lauris Crusador xx, Breeder: Walter Wöhlke, Flögeln) was even more successful by winning the mare show in Elmlohe. Dalia called even more attention to herself with a score of 10,0 for rideability in her mare performance test. Damsey already has three licensed sons, Da Dalto (Damsey x His Highness x Rubinstein I), Dreamer (Damsey x Rubin Royal x Rodgau) and Dream Maker (Damsey x Worldly I x Laptop).

 

In 2012, Damsey confirmed that he belongs in the top 1% of German dressage sires. For he has 160 points in the latest FN estimated breeding evaluation and is therefore ranked fifth in his group.

 

Damsey's sire, Dressage Royal (Donnerhall x Rubinstein I x Futuro), stems from the famous Oldenburger performance line of the mare Fanne III (Ergo x Asmar x ?) and combines the top dressage horses Rubinstein I (Rosenkavalier x Angelo xx x Donar) and Donnerhall (Donnerwetter x Markus x Carnot) in his pedigree. Following successes in tests for young riding and young dressage horses, he placed at the Bundeschampionat for five year old dressage horses in 2003. Damsey was produced from Dressage Royal's first crop of foals. His second crop brought forth the Premium Stallion Doringcourt (Dressage Royal x Glückspilz x Diadem), who is being trained for the advanced level by Leonie Brammall.

 

Damsey's dam, Ria Grande (Ritual x Grande x Ladykiller xx), also produced Damsey's half sister Daianira van de Helle (Dream of Glory x Ritual x Grande), who placed in the World Championship finals for young dressage horses in 2004 and 2005 under Vicky Smits, and took first places in the short international circuit in 2007. The damsire, Ritual (Ramiro x Der Löwe xx x Amselkönig II), produced first class horses for all equestrian disciplines. The prize money won by his offspring, such as the World Championship jumper Resonanz (Ritual x Pilot x Salut), Rainy Day (Ritual x Landadel x Poseidon), Ramadan Z (Ritual x Ramiro x Almé Z) and Rubia (Ritual x Calypso II x Servus), amounted to more than 390,00 euros in 2006. Ritual produced 14 Approved sons, among them Rudelsburg (Ritual x Goya x Sudan xx), the sire of the mare Rulanda (Rudelsburg x Kolibri x Dulder I), who became the German Show Jumping Champion in 2005.

 

Damsey's maternal granddam, St.Pr.St. Grandizza (Grande x Ladykiller xx x Anblick xx), also gave birth to the Advanced level driving horse Rosewood (Ritual x Grande x Ladykiller xx) and to the two State Premium Mares Rituals Praline (Ritual x Grande x Ladykiller xx) and Dea (De Niro x Grande x Ladykiller xx). The granddam's half sister Tiffany (Tannenberg x Wenzel I x Valentino xx) was successful in M level dressage tests. The pedigree is rounded off by Grande (Graf x Duellant x Förster) and Ladykiller xx (Sailing Light xx x Loaningdale xx x Apron xx). The home of performance Holstein stamm line 1333 is the isle of Fehmarn. It produced a number of well known sires such as Alibi (Aldato x Heidekrug x Dorilas), Antonio (Anblick xx x Loretto x Frisko), Caletto's Son (Caletto I x Farnese x Tumbled xx), Coralecho (Corofino I x Landgraf I x Calando I), Corvinius (Cor de la Bryère x Amboss x Alabaster xx), Plesman (Ritter x Ladykiller xx x Fangball), Rhode Island (Raimondo x Merlin x Anblick xx) and the internationally successful jumpers Casanova 76 (Camaro x Maestose xx x Amboss) and Colino 8 (Contago x Farnese x Ladykiller xx) respectively.

 

Learn more about Damsey FRH (IFS) (Dressage Royal x Ritual x Grande).

 

YouTubeView Damsey FRH under saddle in Verden, Germany. View Damsey FRH at a Private Stallion Show in the Niedersachsenhalle in Verden, Germany.

 

 

D'Dur (Imp)

 

D'Dur (Imp) (Donnerhall x Landadel x Zeus). DE 333-33-08071-98 (Oldenburger).

Bay stallion, born 1998, 16.1 hh - 165 cms.

Breeder: Paul Wendeln, Gestüt Wendeln.

Second Reserve Champion at the Oldenburg Stallion Licensing in Vechta, Germany, in 2000.

 

D'Dur (Imp)The premium licensed Oldenburg stallion D'Dur was imported to Australia in 2010 by Amanda and David Shoobridge of Revelwood Warmblood Stud from Karin Rehbein's Gestüt Grönwohldhof in Grönwohld, Germany. D'Dur, born 1998, was bred by Paul and Hilde Wendeln of Gestüt Wendeln. Pictured left: D'Dur under saddle with David Shoobridge in March, 2011. Photo: Photo Finish Photography ©

 

D'Dur was second Reserve Champion at the Oldenburg Stallion Licensing in Vechta, Germany, in 2000. "This bay stallion has a strong uphill tendency, his lift off in trot is ideal and he develops the greatest possible impulsion. This stallion was also pleasing in a canter and in free jumping" reported the press enthusiastically. D'Dur's general index for his 70 Day Stallion Performance Test held at Adelheidsdorf, Germany, in 2001 was 99.61 points (HR), with a dressage index of 109.76 points (HR) and 88.25 for jumping (HR)*.

 

To date D'Dur has not bred a lot of offspring but what he has produced has been successful in dressage. Most of the time he has been competing rather than being used as a breeding stallion, with his brilliant character and trainability. He has had two starts at Grand Prix dressage in Germany and commenced his dressage career in Australia at Advanced level under David Shoobridge. D'Dur and David were competing Prix St George level together until 2012.

 

D'Dur is out of Gestüt Wendeln's Bundeschampion mare St. Pr. St. C'Dur (Landadel x Zeus x Armand). In 1998 C'Dur became the German Elite Mare Champion. She produced four licensed offspring, one of which was D'Dur. C'Dur is the mother of the licensed stallion Ashby (Argentinus x Landadel x Zeus) bred by Paul Wendeln from Garrel, Germany, who stood at Zuchthof Klatte and also the up and coming PSI Prodigy Donneradel (Donnerhall x Landadel x Zeus), a full brother to D'Dur. At the 70th anniversary auction in Vechta, Germany, in April 2009, a D'Dur son was sold for 20,000 € to the United States.

 

Landadel (Landgraf I x Farnese x Ladykiller xx) is known throughout the world as being one of the great dual purpose sires. His Holsteiner heritage combines a double cross of the Thoroughbred stallion Ladykiller xx (Sailing Light xx x Loaningdale xx x Apron xx) with the great Holstein stallion Farnese (Faehnrich x Loretto x First). Landadel has produced a vast number of international show jumpers and dressage horses.

 

In August, 2012, D'Dur was sold to Meredyth Hughes and now stands at Lisheen in Bundanoon, New South Wales.

 

D'Dur progeny: Harris Park Digby (D'Dur x Smash Hit x Stirling Luther).

Learn more about D'Dur (Imp) (Donnerhall x Landadel x Zeus).

 

YouTubeView D'Dur under saddle with David Shoobridge at Il Cadore, 2011.

 

* HR - extrapolation.

 

 

Diamond Hit (IFS)

 

Diamond Hit (IFS) (Don Schufro x Ramino x Welt As). DE 333-33-02844-97 (Oldenburger).

Dark brown stallion, born 1997, 16.2 ½ hh - 169 cms.

Breeder: Rheinhold Harder.

Premium Stallion at the Oldenburg Stallion Licensing in Vechta, Germany, in 2000.

 

Diamond Hit (IFS)Bred by Reinhold Harder of Bramsche, Germany, Diamond Hit was born in 1997. He was licensed in Oldenburg, Germany, in November 1999, completing his 30 Day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) in Vechta, Germany, in November 2000. He placed third overall with 8.73 points (3/27). His dressage index was 8.73 points (?/27) and his jumping index was 8.3 (?/27). Pictured left: Diamond Hit under saddle with Emma Hindle (GBR). Arnd Bronkhorst Horse Photography ©

 

In 2002, Diamond Hit became the Vice World Champion as well as Vice Bundeschampion of five year old dressage horses. A year earlier he had taken the Vice State Champion and Vice Bundeschampion title for four year old stallions. At the 2001 Bundeschampionat he received an award from the German Department of Agriculture as the best licensed and performance tested stallion. Meanwhile, he has been successful up to Advanced class of international level with Emma Hindle (GBR). Under Emma Hindle he placed in the Grand Prix of Aachen, Wiesbaden and Stadl Paura in Austria. Also in Austria, at a show in Fritzens, he took second and third place in the Small Tour and also placed up front in Wiesbaden. In 2007, he finished second in the Grand Prix tour of Stadl Paura.

 

Diamond Hit's son Donavan (Diamond Hit x Consul x Anduc) became the 2005 Bundeschampion of four year old stallions in Warendorf and in 2006 he took the Vice Bundeschampion title in the class for five year old dressage horses. Diamond Hit's daughter Loxana (Diamond Hit x Argentinus x Larinero) won the Oldenburg Verband's Elite Broodmare show in Rastede, in which ten of his daughters alone were awarded State Premium candidate status. Diamantenbörse (Diamond Hit x Rubinstein I x Furioso II) took the State Champion title in the class for three year old riding horses at the same venue. Both of them enhanced the Vechta Elite Auction in the autumn of 2005 and sold for high prices. The number of his sons that have been licensed has meanwhile increased to forty two (as of 31 Oct 11). In 2005 he received the coveted VTV Dressage Stallion of the Year award at the Oldenburger Stallion Performance Test. According to his own performance record and the achievements of his offspring, Diamond Hit ranks in eleventh place among all sires throughout Germany in the FN's estimated breeding values statistics in 2008.

 

Diamond Hit's origin already predetermines him as a top sire. His father Don Schufro (Donnerhall x Pik Bube I x Unkenruf) now ranks second in the breeding evaluation (index 171) according to the national breeding value assessment. Don Schufro comes from the highly esteemed Vornholz Kebandina line, making his debut in breeding in Oldenburg where his son Diamond Hit, a Premium Stallion and Vice Bundeschampion, was a sensation. Don Schufro then moved to Denmark where he was ridden first by Lars Pedersen and then with Andreas Helgstrand, taking the hurdle to the international dressage stage.

 

Above all, Diamond Hit's mother Loretta, who he shares with Sandro Hit, added special recommendations to the pedigree. She first produced Sandro Hit (Sandro Song x Ramino x Welt As), then Diamond Hit (Don Schufro x Ramino x Welt As) and finally Royal Hit (Imp) (Royal Dance x Ramino x Welt As), making her probably the most influential Oldenburg mare of her generation. She also produced Sandro Hit's full sister St. Pr. St. La Traviata, who presented a top foal at the elite auction in Vechta in the autumn of 1999 called Really Hitlike (? x Sandro Song x Ramino). This line produced various auction horses and foals. Loretta's sire Ramino (Ramiro Z x Dominik x Gospodin) who was the Italian show jumping champion five times as well as Welt As (Weltmeister x Furioso II x Miracolo xx), the next link in the pedigree, have become performance makers of world renown. Diamond Hit's dam sire Ramino (Ramiro x Dominik x Gospodin) was the five time Italian Show Jumping Champion, with Diamond Hit's dam dam sire Welt As (Weltmeister x Furioso II x Miracolo xx) completing his pedigree and genetically secured his performance potential.

 

After being successful with Emma Hindle up to Grand Prix level, Diamond Hit should still have some sport highlights to come. He qualified for the Olympic Games in 2008 and has 16 wins and placings at Grand Prix. As of 31 Oct 11, he has forty two Approved son and fifteen State Premium daughters. His current dressage index of 156 (FN breeding value assessment 2010) underlines his worth as a breeder in an impressive way.

 

In November, 2012, Emma Hindle retired Diamond Hit from competition. At the annual Oldenburg Stallion Licensing, Emma Hindle presented Diamond Hit in a special retirement ceremony during the Oldenburger Stallion Parade in Vechta, Germany. In January, 2013, Diamond Hit was sold by Emma Hindle of Brookhouse Stud to Gestüt Sprehe in Loningen, Germany.

 

Diamond Hit progeny: HPW Dunham RW (ET) (Diamond Hit x Donnerschwee x Sandro Hit).

Learn more about Diamond Hit (IFS) (Don Schufo x Ramino x Welt As).

 

YouTubeView Diamond Hit under saddle. View Diamond Hit at his retirement ceremony during the 2012 Oldenburg Althengst Parade.

 

 

Diarado (IFS)

 

Diarado (IFS) (Diamant de Semilly x Corrado I x Contender). DE 421-00-03394-05 (Holsteiner - Stamm 318d2).

Black stallion, born 2005, 16.3 hh - 170 cms.

Breeder: Klaus Thingholm Kristensen.

Champion Stallion at the Holsteiner Stallion Licensing in Neumünster, Germany, in 2007.

 

Diarado (IFS)Diarado is a masterpiece of modern jumping horse breeding. The sport and breeding world has always been waiting for such an extremely modern and athletic show jumping stallion. He stands out due to his exemplary lightness, sensational scope and his intelligence which is demanded for today's technical jumping courses. Pictured left: Diarado jumping under saddle. Photo: Kiki Beelitz ©

 

Diarado was licensed at Neumünster, Germany, in 2007, where he was proclaimed the Holsteiner Champion Stallion. He went on to complete his 70 Day Stallion Performance Test at Schliekau, Germany, in November, 2008, placing first overall with 150.57 points (1/39). His dressage index was 138.42 points (2/39) and his jumping index was 144.01 (1/39). He received a perfect 10.0 points for free jumping, 9.5 points for scope in canter and rideability, 9.75 points for jumping around a jumping course as well as 9.3 for jumping ability. In 2010 he won several tests for young show jumping horses including the final Bundeschampionat qualifier scoring 9.3 points. He received the bronze medal in the final for five year old show jumping horses with rider Bastian Fresse scoring 9.0 points twice.

 

Diarado's sire Diamant de Semilly (Le Tot de Semilly x Elf III x Amarpour xx), who presented the 2011 Champion Stallion at the OS-Licensing, belongs to the best jumping sires worldwide. With Eric Levallois he won team gold at the 2002 World Championships and also the team silver medal at the 2003 European Championships. Furthermore, he was repeatedly named Best Sire of Young Horses in France. Corrado I (Cor de la Bryère x Captiol I x Maestose xx), Contender (Calypso II x Ramiro x Ladykiller xx), Lord (Ladykiller xx x Cottage Son xx x Lohgerber) and Ramiro (Raimond x Cottage Son xx x Logenschliesser), all exceptional sires, feature in Diarado's Holsteiner dam line. The progeny of Corrado I, who was internationally successful with Franke Sloothaak, amassed up to 2.74 million € in prize money with Contender's progeny earning up to 6.57 million €. Diarado descends from the Holsteiner dam line 318d2. This same line also produced the licensed stallions Corofino I and II (Corrado I x Fernando I x Lord), Coriano (Corrado I x Lord x Ramiro), Crawford (Corrado I x Contender x Lord), Chello I (Contender x Sandro x Cor de la Bryère), licensing winner Camiros (Contender x Fernando I x Lord) as well as the sport horses Cabrio (Corrado I x Marmor x Lord) (with Toni Hassmann) and Morales (? x ? x ?) (with Dr Michael Rüping).

 

In 2011, Diarado's first foal crop was presented at the licensings with an impressive result with two NRW Premium Stallions of which one was sold to France for 165.000 €. At the OS-International auction he also had two licensed sons along with Diarado's Boy (Diarado x Argentinus x Landadel) fetching the top price of 450.000 € at the AOS auction. As of 31 October, 2012, Diarado had eight approved and recognised sons. Diarado is co-owned by Paul Schockemöhle, Holsteiner Verband and Van Uytert.

 

Learn more about Diarado (IFS) (Diamant de Semilly x Corrado I x Contender).

 

YouTubeView Diarado free jumping and under saddle.

 

 

Dornkaart (Imp)

 

Dornkaart (Imp) (Don Primero x Pik Bube I x Lanthan). DE 431-31-03508-06 (Hannoveraner).

Bay stallion, born 2006, 16.2 ½ hh - 169 cms.

Breeder: TBA.

Premium Stallion at his AWHA Ltd colt classification in Sydney, Australia, in 2011.

 

Dornkaart (Imp)Born in February, 2006, Dornkaart was purchased from the Elite Auction in Verden, Germany, and imported to Australia in the same year. In 2009, at his first two competitions, he qualified for the 4 Year Old Young Horse Class for Dressage with the Stars. Although he did not make the trip to Victoria, Karingal Equestrian were thrilled with his efforts scoring upwards of 68.4%. Pictured left: Dornkaart under Mel Van Den Berge at the 2013 Queensland Festival of Dressage. Photo: Karingal Equestrian ©

 

In 2010 Dornkaart had one outing at the AWHA NSW Branch Gala Day and Hawkesbury Dressage day due to other commitments by Karingal Equestrian. He won both his dressage tests with 65.455% in the prelim and 67.188% in the novice, also winning prizes at the Gala Day. In 2011 he quickly moved up the ranks by teaming up with Mel Van Den Berge. This new combination came with lots of exciting achievements scoring in the 70's in both novice and elementary tests. He finished his first serious competition year at the Nationals coming seventh overall in Elementary with some fantastic comments. In 2011 Dornkaart also gained Approved status with the AWHA Ltd at his colt classification taking out Premium Stallion of the classification. To top off an excellent year, he was named on the Australian Futures Squad with Mel Van Den Berge.

 

2012 also proved to be a successful year for Dornkaart and Mel, being named the Reserve Medium Champions at the Queensland State Dressage Championships in October, 2012. He has proven to be incredibly trainable and talented with very forward movement that is uphill with lovely cadence. He has been very competitive, winning or placing at most competitions he attended in 2012, also competing at the New South Wales State and National Championships.

 

Dornkaart's sire, Don Primero (Donnerhall x Pik Bube I x Unkenruf), has little left to prove in the world of international dressage, nor as a sire of top quality dressage competitors. Don Primero descends from the first crop of foals by Donnerhall (Donnerwetter x Markus x Carnot) and is considered to be an excellent example of the Donnerhall x Pik Bube I (Pik Konig x Frustra II x Domspatz) breeding combination. In 1990, Don Primero won the Bundeschampionate with rider Heiko Munzmaier.

 

In 1987 he became a premium stallion at the Oldenburg licensing and was proclaimed elite sire in 2006. The 161 cm standing Don Primero was Donnerhall's first licensed son.

 

He was the world's leading dressage sire for four consecutive years and earned an incredible 194 index in 2003. Don Primero illustrates the positive nick of Donnerhall on Pik Bube mares to the "nth" degree, and is also following in his sire's footsteps as a top level dressage star. Three of his male descendants already received a breeding licence: the 1999 Bundeschampion Don Larino, Don Duriello and Don Bravio.

 

Don Primero has sired many successful offspring such as Cherie (Don Primero x Lanthan x ?), Dynamico (Don Primero x Weltmeyer x Novize) and Devil's Bride (Don Primero x Castro x Ramiro As).

 

Dornkaart's dam Piroschka is by the famous Pik Bube I who was a genius on the international dressage scene with a series of overwhelming successes. He is also well known as the sire of many licensed and proven young stallions, and it is through him that the grandiose Thoroughbred blood of Pik As xx exerts much of its influence.

 

Dornkaart progeny: Harris Park Duhamel (ET) (Dornkaart x Smash Hit x Stirling Luther).

Learn more about Dornkaart (Imp) (Don Primero x Pik Bube I x Lanthan).

 

YouTubeView Dornkaart under saddle and at the 2011 Queensland Young Horse Championships with rider Mel Van Den Berge.

 

 

Earl (IFS)

 

Earl (IFS) (Escudo I x Lanthan x Aragon). DE 331-31-23155-99 (Hannoveraner).

Black stallion, born 1999, 17.0 hh - 173 cms.

Breeder: Elke von Beyme.

Winner of his seventy day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) at Adelheidsdorf, Germany in 2002.

 

Earl (IFS)Earl, born in 1999 and bred by Elke von Beyme of Dorfmark, Germany. He was licensed at the Hanoverian stallion approvals in 2001 in Verden, Germany. Earl completed his 70 Day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) in Adelheidsdorf in October, 2002, placing first overall with 143.93 points (1/50). His dressage index was 139.93 points (2/50) and his jumping index was 127.55 (3/50). Earl received excellent scores in all parts of the index, gaining 8's for character, temperament and conformation and 9's for willingness to perform, trot and walk and rideability. He received 8's for his canter as well as 8's for natural jumping ability and free jumping. Pictured left: Earl. Bernd Eylers ©

 

Earl gained second place in the dressage criteria and third in the jumping criteria which made him first overall out of fifty stallions in his year. He is a dual purpose sire for both disciplines (dressage and jumping) which is reflected in his outstanding pedigree and breeding value scores. Meanwhile, Earl has won multiple showjumping tests up to medium level.

 

Earl has been included in the Hanoverian Showjumper Breeding Program and due to his above average movements, he will also be shown in dressage in the future. Since 2003, he has been in service at the insemination station Stader Geest in Bargstedt, where he presented first foal crop in 2004 which received a lot of attention. Several of his progeny have been admitted to the Verden foal auctions.

 

Earl has to date sired one licensed son in Hanover, twenty four auction horses and sixteen state premium mares. In 1999, Earl was proclaimed the best stallion of all breeding stallions born in 1999 in the Niedersachsenhalle in Verden, Germany. On the occasion of the delegates' conference of the Hanoverian Society, his breeder Elke von Beyme was awarded the Burchard Müller Prize.

 

Learn more about Earl (IFS) (Escudo I x Lanthan x Aragon).

 

YouTubeView video footage of Earl at Landgestüt Celle.

 

 

Edward (IFS)

 

Edward (IFS) (Embassy I x Fabriano x Singular Joter I). 431-31-1406305 (Hannoveraner).

Chestnut stallion, born 2005, 16.3 hh - 169 cms.

Breeder: Hans- Heinrich Dittmer.

Highest general index of his 300 Day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) at Adelheidsdorf, Germany, in 2008.

 

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Here is the youngest representative from the Espri line that has just come into the picture. He has brilliant basic paces and fantastic free-jumping qualities and outstanding rideability according to the extraneous rider at his performance test who gave him 3 times 10 points. This resulted in the highest total index of 140.08 overall. Edward is a stallion with outstanding type and he has a special magic and all round potential. He has inherited his jumping ability through his sire Embassy I (Escudo I x Silvio I x Calypso II) and it is also manifested through the great grandsire's Singlular Joter-Gotthard-Servus-Steinpilz xx on the damline. On top of this there is the high inherited dressage ability which gave him an overall score of 142.93 at his performance test.

 

Edward has inherited the rideability and the talent for both disciplines that the E-bloodline is renown for. His canter is hard to beat in particular. He maintains an active back over the fences and he takes off with a lot of scope. He is true to type with well-shaped conformation and a harmonious tripartite division. His personality as regards eagerness to perform, ability to learn and rideability are beyond compare. Individual scores at performance test: 8 character, 9 temperament, 8.04 trot, 8.68 canter, 7.23 walk, 9 rideability, free jumping 8.03, show jumping 8.25 and cross country 8.33. HLP 2008: 140.08/ H/38 ; DI 142.93/ H ; SI 120.72/ H. Breeding Index Scores: Dressage (139) Jumping (146). Riding Type (113) Conformation (101). Dressage (106) Jumping (135).

 

Edward progeny: Harris Park Escala (Edward x Floriscount x Stirling Luther).

Learn more about Edward (IFS) (Embassy I x Fabriano x Singular Joter I).

 

 

Estobar NRW (IFS)

 

Estobar NRW (IFS) (Ehrentusch x Ferragamo x Florestan I). DE 441-41-08016-04 (Westfalen).

Bay stallion, born 2004, 16.2 ½ hh - 169 cms.

Breeder: Norbert Borgmann.

Licensing Champion and winner of the dressage phase on 154.74 points at his 70 Day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) at Adelheidsdorf, Germany, in 2009.

 

Estobar NRW (IFS)Estobar NRW was the undisputed Champion Stallion of the 16th NRW Main Licensing in Münster-Handorf, Germany, in 2006. He was sold at the subsequent stallion auction for the record price of 550.000 € by Equus Invest AG. Pictured left: Estobar NRW under Hubertus Schmidt at the K+K Cup tournament in Münster, Germany, in January of 2012. Photo: Dr Tanja Becker (Equitaris) ©

 

Estobar NRW completed his 30 Day Stallion Performance Test in Münster-Handorf, Germany, in 2007, achieving top marks. He was awarded "very good" three times scoring 9.38 points for rideability, 9.06 points for trot and 9.0 points for character. He was given 8.94 points for his canter, 8.31 points for his walk and 7.63 for jumping ability. In addition to this, he won the prestigious "Westfalen-Wappen" at the "Turnier der Sieger" in Münster with merit and a score of 8.80 points. In 2008, Estobar NRW continued his successful career in an impressive manner under Ingrid Klimke, winning and placing in novice (A) and elementary (L) level tests for young dressage horses.

 

At the conclusion of the 2009 breeding season, Estobar NRW completed his 70 Day Stallion Performance Test in Adelheidsdorf, Germany. In the partial index for dressage he finished in first place by a clear margin scoring a sensational dressage index of 154.74 points (1/31) with 70.97 points for jumping (27/31). After a deduction of nearly 5 points for age he finished with a general index of 119.15 (6/31). In 2010, Estobar NRW was ridden by Wolfhard Witte winning several dressage competitions for young horses at M level and qualified effortlessly for the prestigious national championship for young horses in Warendorf.

 

In 2011, Estobar NRW found easy success winning at S level. Towards the end of 2011, Hubertus Schmidt became his trainer and without doubt, this son of the talented Ehrentusch will be a promising addition to Hubertus Schmidt's stable. Dressage experts agree that he is a promising talent destined for the highest honours thanks to his extraordinary movements, great collection, willingness and extreme rideability.

 

Estobar NRW's first foal crop more than met all expectations. His foals are exceedingly modern type, with good conformation and excellent movements and several of them were sold for high prices through the NRW pedigree auction. "This first crop of foals is looked upon as being particularly highly talented dressage prospects." Quotation by Dr F. Marahrens, CEO and Head of Breeding of the Westfälischen Pferdestammbuch. 2010 saw Estobar NRW's debut as a sire with his first crop to be licensed at the 20th NRW main licensing. Four of his sons were presented, the largest lot by one sire in the group of young stallions. Of the two sons that were licensed, one was a Premium Stallion who was sold for 80.000 € to a dressage stable in Hesse, Germany. As of 31 October, 2011, he has two approved and recognised sons and one state premium daughter.

 

Victorious debut for Estobar NRW (Ehrentusch x Ferragamo x Florestan I)! At the K+K Cup tournament in Münster Estobar NRW and team Olympic gold medalist Hubertus Schmidt won the second division of the Prix St Georges for seven to ten year olds. This was the eight year old bay stallion's first start under his new rider for which he received 72.105 %. Previously, he was presented by his trainer Wolfhard Witte.

 

 

Estobar NRW progeny: Harris Park Enigma (Dec) (Estobar NRW x Winterkönig x Daktylus).

Learn more about Estobar NRW (IFS) (Ehrentusch x Ferragamo x Florestan I).

 

YouTubeView Estobar NRW | Estobar NRW at his 70 Day Stallion Performance Test in 2009. View Estobar NRW at the State Stud Celle presentation on 27 Jan 11 in Verden, Germany. View Estobar NRW with Hubertus Schmidt at the K+K Cup tournament in Münster in 2012.

 

 

Everdale (IFS)

 

Everdale (IFS) (Lord Leatherdale x Negro x El Corona). NLD 528003200903336 (Niederländisches Warmblut (KWPN)).

Black stallion, born 2009, 17.0 hh - 172 cms.

Breeder: Piet Kluytmans.

Winner of the 2012 KWPN Stallion Performance Test and the 2013 4YO Pavo Cup Finals.

 

Everdale (IFS)Everdale (IFS) (Lord Leatherdale x Negro x El Corona), a son of the Rheinländer stallion Lord Leatherdale (Lord Loxley x Ferragamo x Anmarsch) who is making his mark with his progeny in the Young Horse tests. He presented three offspring that finished in the Top 10 at the 2011 PAVO Cup Finals and his Approved son Chippendale was the winner of the KWPN Stallion Show in early 2012. Pictured left: Everdale under British Olympic team gold medallist Carl Hester at the 2014 KWPN Stallion Competition Finals in 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands. Photo: DigiShots Photography ©

 

Everdale's damline is exceptionally strong. Aliska K (Negro x El Corona x Clavecimbel), is an Elite daughter by Negro (Ferro x Variant x Gondelier), who had a very successful FEI career and has had numerous offspring competing internationally, most noteably the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Individual Gold Medalist, Valegro. Due to the quality of his offspring, Negro has been awarded the coveted Preferent status by the KWPN.

 

Everdale's grandmother is the Keur Preferent mare Lisenka (El Corona x Clavecimbel x Farn). His great grandmother Ilya (Clavecimbel x Farn x Acer xx) is a full sister to the KWPN Approved Stallion Havidoff and holds the Ster, Preferent and Prestatie predicates. She has been very successful in breeding, having produced horses such as the Grand Prix dressage horse Huvema Tigro by Negro and the International show jumper Manouk by Hugo. The dam line continues with the Ster Preferent Prestatie mare Zabien (Farn x Acer xx x Utopia). Zabien's mother, Tenriejet, is also a Ster mare.

 

Another stunning example of the Lord Leatherdale x Negro combination, Everdale has been making his own mark over the years. He finished his 70 Day Stallion Performance Test with excellent scores including 9.0 points for walk, canter, rideability and attitude; and 8.5 points for trot, carriage and balance, and suitability as a dressage horse, with no score below 8.0 points. Everdale is a well developed stallion that exhibits a beautiful dressage type. He has a strong topline with a well connected loin and good muscling. His gaits are scopey and powerful with abundant elasticity and in his KWPN report he was particularily praised for his canter. Everdale is honest and diligent in his work and gives his rider a very positive feeling. These traits contributed to Everdale being named Champion of his Stallion Performance Test in 2012. In 2013, Everdale became the 4YO Grand Champion of the Pavo Cup Finals under Spanish rider Severo Jurado Lopez in Ermelo, The Netherlands. During the finals, Everdale scored a perfect 10 under German guest rider Anna Sophie Fiebelkorn.

 

Everdale is currently competing in the Small Tour and Young Riders division with UK dressage rider Charlotte Fry. He was the winner of his debut at Prix St George level on 71.12%. From his first year at stud Everdale boasts three Approved sons - the 2016 KWPN Performance Test Winner Inclusive, Inspire and Inverness, and multiple daughters which have scored well in their IBOP and EPTM (Mare Peformance Test) ability tests. He also has the NRPS Licensed sons Especial (Everdale x Vivaldi x San Remo), Evegro (Everdale x Negro x Monaco), Excellent (Everdale x Donnerhall x Akzent II) and Extra (Everdale x Havidoff x Recruut). Foals from his first season have been in high demand. In 2013, Ice King Texel (Everdale x Farmer x Caritas) was named KWPN Top Dressage Colt. He was also the top priced foal at the Elite Auction in Borculo, The Netherlands, selling to Blue Hors Stud for €36,000. In Time (Everdale x Goodtimes x Burggraaf) was also the top selling colt at the SELL Auction in Deurne, The Netherlands, selling for €56,000 to Bermuda Investments.

 

Everdale progeny: HPW Emmett RW (ET) (Everdale x Donnerschwee x Sandro Hit).

Learn more about Everdale (IFS) (Lord Leatherdale x Negro x El Corona).

 

YouTubeView Everdale during his 2012 Stallion Performance Test. View Everdale during a mid-term review at the stallion spring 2012 test dressage stallions Stegeren.

 

 

Fidertanz (IFS)

 

Fidertanz (IFS) (Fidermark x Ravallo x Fruhlingstraum II). DE 443-43-06132-02 (Rheinländer).

Dark brown stallion, born 2002, 16.2 ¾ hh - 169.5 cms.

Breeder: Hermann Schult.

Winner of his thirty day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) at Neustadt-Dösse, Germany in 2005.

 

Fidertanz (IFS)Fidertanz (IFS), born 23 May, 2002, and bred by Hermann Schult of Hengststation Schult, Hünxe, Germany. He was the Champion Stallion at the 14th Nordrhein-Westfalen (NRW) main Stallion Licensing (Westfalen Hengstkörung) from 29 November - 01 December, 2004, in Münster-Handorf, Germany. One year later he dominated his thirty day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) (15 November, 2005) at Neustadt-Dösse, Germany, scoring 8.38 for walk, 9.0 for trot and 8.5 for canter with 9.25 for rideability! Pictured left: Fidertanz. Photo: Kiki Beelitz ©

 

In 2005, Fidertanz was the Vice Federal Champion at the Bundeschampionate in Warendorf, Germany, with a score of 9.5 from the guest rider. His first crop of foals was sensational, bringing top prices at all of the Verband auctions and in Oldenburg his foals received scores of 9.0. On the basis of this result, he was awarded the I-a Main Premium at the 2006 Oldenburg licensing in Vechta, Germany, for stallions with emphasis on dressage. In 2007, Fidertanz received a score of 8.8 in a qualifier for the Bundeschampionate and thus fulfilled the performance requirements for licensing. He meanwhile collects ribbons in dressage up to St. Georges.

 

Fidertanz's offspring are highly coveted and bring top prices, proven by high priced foals in Verden, Vechta, Münster-Handorf in Germany as well as in Switzerland. In 2008, a Fidertanz colt bred by Elisabeth Albers in Löningen won the German Foal Championships in Lienen.

 

Six of Fidertanz's sons from his first crop were licensed, including the NRW Champion Stallion Flanagan (Fidertanz x Rubiloh x Ehrentusch), who later participated in the Bundeschampionate. The number of licensed sons has meanwhile increased to sixteen. Among these was a price highlight at the stallion market in Verden named Feuerspiel (Fidertanz x De Niro x Jet Stream xx) who came with a price tag of 220,000 € and a son named Fürstentanz (Fidertanz x Riccione x Weltmeyer) who took sixth place at the 2010 Bundeschampionate.

 

Fidertanz's daughters are of no less significance. For example, the Oldenburg Champion Mare, Fifty-Fifty (Fidertanz x De Niro x ?), who had already taken the Champion Filly title at the German Foal Championships in Lienen and has now been sold to the Sven Rothenberger for further training. Florencia (Fidertanz x ? x ?) became the ZfdP Champion Mare, Fider's Tanzmarie (Fidertanz x ? x ?) was the Second Reserve Champion Mare in Münster-Handorf, Germany. Seventy offspring just from his first two crops are now winning ribbons in tests for young riding horses and dressage horses which, according to the FN's predicted breeding value statistics, catapulted their sire to a top place among the best sires in Germany for rideability.

 

Fidertanz is by Fidermark (Dec) (Florestan I x Werther x Einblick), who was the winner of his Stallion Performance Test, Bundeschampion and Grand Prix winner who left the breeding stage early. His dam, grand dam and great grand dam are from the performance line of Astfläche (Assign II x Jucker x Alsterkönig) who all received a State Premium.

 

Learn more about Fidertanz (IFS) (Fidermark x Ravallo x Fruhlingstraum II).

 

YouTubeView Fidertanz at a stallion show in Germany. Ridden by Theresa Wahler, commented by Isabell Werth. View excerpts of Fidertanz's performance at the NRW Stallion Show on 25 November, 2009.

 

 

Floriscount (IFS)

 

Floriscount (IFS) (Florencio I x Donnerhall x Walldorf I). DE 433-33-04633-05 (Oldenburger).

Chestnut stallion, born 2005, 17.0 hh - 173 cms.

Breeder: Clemens von Merveldt, Gut Füchtel.

Winner of the dressage section of his stallion licensing at Schlieckau, Germany on 147.49 points in 2008.

 

Floriscount (IFS)

Sire: Floriscount (IFS) (Florencio I x Donnerhall x Walldorf I), born on the 25 April 2005, bred by Andrea and Clemens Merveldt (Graf von Merfeldt) of Gut Füchtel, Vechta, Germany. He is currently standing at Hengststation Böckmann in Lastrup, Germany, and is also available through the Celle State Stud. He is licensed for Oldenburg, Hanover, Rhineland, Westphalia and all southern German breeding associations. Pictured left: Floriscount under X at Stall Böckmann. Photo: Kiki Beelitz ©

 

Floriscount was the winner of the dressage section of his seventy day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) at Schlieckau, Germany, from September to November in 2008 on 147.49 points and second overall with 128.80 points (2/39). He received a score of 10.0 from both test riders also scoring 8.38 for walk, 9.0 for trot and 10.0 for canter. Floriscount unites type, size and presence with outstanding rideability and temperament as well as excellent gaits and he passes on all of these traits to his offspring. Right from the beginning, Floriscount was one of the most popular young stallions during his first breeding season in 2009 for Hannover and Oldenburg.

 

In April, 2010, Gut Füchtel held a successful open day where they presented more than twenty five foals from Floriscount's first foal crop to more than eighteen hundred visitors and interested breeders. The judges Uwe Heckmann, Hans Heinrich Brüning and Jens Meyer were impressed by the quality and type of his offspring and selected four foals for the Oldenburg and Hanoverian Elite auctions. During 2011, Floriscount produced the champion foal (Floriscount x Sunny Boy x ?) at the Hagen Foal Selection Show as well as being a stand out sire during the 2011 German Foal Selection Shows. In August of 2011, auction foals and show winners all over the country made Floriscount more famous and therefore he had the second largest crop of foals in the Verden Elite auction.

 

At the Verden Elite Foal Auction during August, 2011, Firework (Floriscount x Lauries Crusador xx x Wolkentanz I), bred by Erika Lütjen from Grasberg, Germany, fetched the highest price with 24,000 €. Floriscount had the largest crop of foals in this Elite auction with twenty one offspring in the catalogue. Future Ace (Floriscount x Dormello x Silvio I), bred by Ann Kitchel, was selected for the Elite auction in Vechta during October, 2011. Future Ace is the full brother to Future Star who was the highest priced colt at the 48th Summer Mixed Sales of Oldenburg sport horses in Vechta, Germany, in 2010. Future Star was sold to Ann Kathrin Linsenhoff.

 

Floriscount's dam El. St. Arkona (Donnerhall x Walldorf I x Tin Rocco) has produced six colts. To date, four of these colts are licensed including Floriscount's full brothers Florimax (sold to Tony and Sarah Pidgley of Kilbees Farm Stud in Great Britain for 45,000 € at the 2007 Vechta Foal Auction) and Floriscount II (who became licensed and received the Premium Award at the Mecklenburg stallion day at Redefin in 2009), as well as the Premium Stallion Sandakan (Sandro Hit x Donnerhall x Walldorf I) who has already produced outstanding offspring at Flyinge, the National Stud of Sweden.

 

In July, 2010, Floriscount qualified for the Bundeschampionate in Warendorf, Germany, in September, 2010, at the Vlotho-Exter show. He finished in third place (3/22) with owner-rider Clemens von Merveldt on 8.0 points in the five year old division. Source: Euro Dressage. Due to his intense breeding season, Floriscount did not attend the finals in September although he did place in numerous elementary (L) level tests for young dressage horses throughout the year. On 14 May, 2011, Floriscount qualified for the Bundeschampionate in Warendorf, Germany, for a second time. It was his second show during 2011 where he won the warm up with a breathtaking round with 81.00%. On the Saturday he received 82.00% and was third overall, qualifying with Markus Gribbe.

 

Since October, 2010, Grand Prix trainer and rider Markus Gribbe has continued with Floriscount's training along with his breeder-owner Clemens von Merveldt. In January, 2011, Floriscount had his first start in the six year old FEI classes with Markus Gribbe with an overall score of 79.00%.

 

Floriscount progeny: Harris Park Florence (Floriscount x Smash Hit x Stirling Luther) and Harris Park Freestyler (Floriscount x Winterkönig x Daktylus).

Learn more about Floriscount (IFS) (Florencio I x Donnerhall x Walldorf I).

 

YouTubeView Floriscount in HV Celle in Rulle, 21 February, 2009. View Gut Füchtel presenting Floriscount. Stallion Show in Luhmühlen, 03 March, 2011.

 

 

Great Blue (IFS)

 

Fugato SW (IFS) (Foundation x Fürst Heinrich x Rohdiamant). Reg # DE 433-33-09853-13 (Oldenburger).

Black/brown stallion, born 2013, 16.2 hh - 168 cms.

Breeder: Sharon Downes, Wellington, United States of America (USA).

 

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Learn more about Fugato SW (IFS) (Foundation x Fürst Heinrich x Rohdiamant).

 

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Graçieux (IFS/Dec)

 

Graçieux (IFS/Dec) (Grannus x Akzent II x Frohnherr). DE 333-33-06635-93 (Oldenburger).

Black stallion, born 1993, 16.3 hh - 170 cms.

Breeder: Astrid Schmitz.

Reserve Champion of his Stallion Performance Test at Neustadt-Dosse, Germany on 125.46 points (2/41) in 1996.

 

Graçieux (IFS/Dec)Graçieux, born on the 05 February 1993, was bred by Astrid Schmitz of Essen, Germany. He was licensed at the Oldenburg stallion approvals in 1995 in Oldenburg, Germany and completed his 100 Day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) in Neustadt-Dosse, Germany, in October, 1996, placing second overall with 125.46 points (2/41). His dressage index was 121.02 points (5/41) and his jumping index was 124.72 (6/41). Pictured left: Graçieux under Alina Klatte. Photo: Zuchthof Klatte ©

 

After success in basic tests for youngsters in 2004, Graçieux took second place in the Vienna Indoor Derby under Gilbert Böckmann and became the Weser-Ems Champion. In 2005, this time with Alina Klatte, Graçieux came second at the Weser-Ems Championships. In 2006, Graçieux and Alina took fifth place at the Preis der Besten, which qualified them for a place on the young rider show jumping C-team in 2007. They also placed at the CHIO in Utrecht, Netherlands, in the competition for junior riders and took second place with the Weser-Ems team at the Salut Festival in Aachen, Germany.

 

Graçieux has always proved that his most important characteristics are his willingness to perform and his good character. He not only demonstrates an ideal technique and an exemplary bascule himself, his offspring also have a perfect jumping technique with a willingness to perform. His first crops have continuously produced horses that win ribbons up to Advanced (S) level. In spite of small first crops, several of these horses from his debut years have been successful all the way to Advanced (S) level. Another outstanding characteristic that Graçieux possesses and passes on is a pronounced type which can be explained by the ancestors on his dam's side through Akzent II (Absatz x Waidmannsdank xx x Ferdinand), Fronherr (Furioso II x Jonkherr xx x Athener) and the Vice World Champion in eventing, Volturno (Vollkorn xx x Monolete xx x Erbe).

 

The number of direct Grannus sons that are active in breeding is slowly but surely dwindling; the reason it is all the more important that this bloodline, which was just as important for Zuchthof Klatte in Klein Roscharden, Germany, as it was for international show jumping, remains available. The call for the "G" bloodline is justified. Grannus is also the dam sire of many famous horses such as Sandro Boy (Sandro x Grannus x Argentinus), For Pleasure (Furioso II x Grannus x Goya) and Couleur Rubin (Cordalmé Z x Grannus x Ramino). Graçieux is very much like his sire Grannus (Graphit x Ozean x Gotthard) in many ways, passing on that special Grannus flair to his children.

 

With great sadness on the 17 March, 2010, Zuchthof Klatte announced that Graçieux had to be put down.

 

Learn more about Graicuex (IFS) (Grannus x Akzent II x Frohnherr).

 

YouTubeView Graçieux jumping. Gracieux Text Gracieux jumping under Alina Klatte

 

 

Great Blue (IFS)

 

Great Blue (IFS) (Plot Blue x Libero H x Concorde). Reg # TBA (Niederländisches Warmblut (KWPN)).

Bay stallion, born 2011, 17.0 hh - 172 cms.

Breeder: G. Kouwen.

 

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Learn more about Great Blue (IFS) (Plot Blue x Libero H x Concorde).

 

YouTubeView Great Blue (IFS) in the jump-off at Ermelo, The Netherlands.

 

 

Gymnastik Star (Imp/Dec)

 

Gymnastik Star (Imp/Dec) (Glückspilz x Calypso II x Werther). DE 331-31-13508-93 (Hannoveraner).

Brown stallion, born 1993, 16.2 hh - 168 cms.

Breeder: Franz Bormann Senior.

Fourth place in the jumping section of his stallion licensing at Medingen, Germany on 124.23 points in 1997.

 

Gymnastik Star (Imp/Dec)Gymnastik Star (Imp/Dec), born 1993. He is a licensed Hanoverian stallion having completed his 100 Day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) in Medingen, Germany in 1997, placing fourth overall (4/33) with a score of 123.23 points. His breathtaking movement and rideability combined with his huge jump resulted in scores of 8s and 9s in the major criteria which gave him Performance Class 1 status. His dressage index was 115.28 points (7/33) and his jumping index was 124.30 (4/33). Pictured left: Gymnastik Star (Imp/Dec). Photo: Sue Crockett Photography ©

 

Gymnastik Star's pedigree features the fourth generation double cross of the famous Gotthard (Goldfisch II x Amateur I x Altlobitz) and Wendekreis (Ferdinand x Domspatz x Faschist II), the refinement and elasticity enhancing abilities of the great Cor de la Bryère (Rantzau xx x Lurioso x Landau) and the reliability of the highly regarded Werther (Wendekreis x Marcio xx x Dolman) (Hanoverian of the year 1992). Gymnastik Star's progeny are easy to recognise, all with super faces, elastic movement and a captivating personality.

 

Gymnastik Star's first progeny were born in 1999 and are winners in Australia and New Zealand and include Galanthus (Gymnastik Star x Graf Landau x Silky Baby xx) Advanced Level Dressage, Gymstar One (Gymnastik Star x Daktylus x Exiled xx) Grand Prix Dressage, Kinnordy Galera (Gymnastik Star x Pride of Kellina xx x Wronsky xx) CCI** Eventer, Kinnordy Godehard (Gymnastik Star x Winterkönig x Silky Baby xx) CCI** Eventer, and Revelwood Monstar (Gymnastik Star x Monopol x Nobel Indian) Advanced Level Dressage.

 

Gymnastik Star passed away in February 2016.

 

Gymnastik Star progeny: Kinnordy Geronimo (Gymnastik Star x Winterkönig x Daktylus).

Learn more about Gymnastik Star (Imp) (Glückspilz x Calypso II x Werther).

 

YouTubeView Gymnastik Star under saddle.

 

 

Higgins (Imp)

 

Higgins (Burme) (Imp) (Heraldik xx x For Pleasure x Grundstein I). DE 431-31-96023-01 (Hannoveraner).

Black stallion, born 2001, 16.0 ½ hh - 164 cms.

Breeder: Heinrich Burmester.

Licensed by German Classifier Hartmut Wilking and the HHSA Stallion Commission during the 2015 HHSA Tour March, 2015, in New South Wales.

 

Higgins (Imp)Bred by Heinrich Burmester of Brüninghorstedt, Germany, Higgins was born in 2001. Prior to being imported to Australia, Higgins successfully competed in Germany with rider Jacek Tarka. In Australia, he competed with rider Jess Brown successfully up to Grand Prix level showjumping. In 2010, Higgins and Jess were part of the NSW team for the Australian Championships and in 2011, were named on the National Emerging Talent Squad. Unfortunately injury forced an early retirement for Higgins, cutting short his promising competition career. Pictured left: Higgins under rider Jess Brown in the Wentworth Saddles Mini Prix. Photo: Furdography ©

 

Higgins was Licensed by German Classifier Hartmut Wilking and the Hanoverian Horse Society of Australia (HHSA) Stallion Commission during the 2015 National Tour in New South Wales. His Licensing was achieved through his performance in sport as well as presentation with the HHSA Stallion Commission, scoring 9 for jumping with an overall score of 8 on the day. Higgins has a beautiful disposition and has been popular in both eventing and showjumping breeding programs, increasing jumping scope, power and movement in Thoroughbred mares and adding blood and refinement to Warmblood mares without weakening the jump and canter. Higgins carries throughout his pedigree the bloodlines of horses that have not only reached the top of their given sport but some of which have gone on to be World No 1 Sires in all three disciplines.

 

Higgins' sire Heraldik xx (Caramel xx x Cale xx x Marcel xx) is without doubt one of the most influential Thoroughbred stallions in modern day Warmblood breeding having progeny that has competed at the highest levels in all three Olympic disciplines. A showjumper himself, the Czech bred stallion has held the WBFSH Eventing Sire Ranking top position for five consecutive years from 2009 to 2013. He was ranked second in the WBFSH Eventing Sire Rankings in 2008 and 2014, and ranked third in 2015. Heraldik xx sired 2008 Bejing Olympics German team gold medalist Butts Leon (Heraldik xx x Star Regent xx x Papi's Boy xx) ridden by Andreas Dibowski. He was well represented at the 2012 London Olympics as the dam sire of German individual and team gold medalist La Biothesque Sam (Stan the Man xx x Heraldik xx x Godehard) ridden my Michael Jung and German team gold medalist Butts Abraxxas (Heraldik xx x Kronenkranich xx x Wiesenbaum xx) with rider Ingrid Klimke. Furthermore, Heraldik xx sired other London representative such as Happy Times (Heraldik xx x Maraschino x Gracchus) ridden by Australia's Sam Griffiths and the grey stallion Ekwador (Heraldik xx x Corofino I x Landgraf I) ridden by Polish dressage rider Katarzyna Milczarek. The showjumping stallion Herald III (Heraldik xx x Lorenz x Midas) has been very successful under several riders such as Pilar Lucrecia Cordon Muro, Markus Beerbaum, Eric Lamaze and Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum.

 

Higgins' dam St.Pr.St. Felicitas (For Pleasure x Grundstein I x Arsenik) descends from producers of International competition horses which are known for their exceptional showjumping success. For Pleasure (Furioso II x Grannus x Goya) dual gold medalist in jumping and the dressage legend Grundstein I (Graphit x Sermon x Gotthard). For Pleasure is currently the most sought after sire of International showjumpers and Grundstein I and Arsenik are both producers of International competition horses.

 

Higgins' progeny exhibit the quality, athleticism and temperament, characteristic of Higgins himself. His progeny will soon be seen ridden by the growing list of elite riders breeding to Higgins. Progeny show good temperament and conformation. With over 50 foals on the ground. We have had nothing but positive feedback from the owners of his progeny. impressed by the way our four year olds have stepped out into the competition ring. Plenty of horsepower, jump and movement with a great disposition for work. His progeny exhibit the quality, athleticism and his outstanding temperament. His progeny are now being ridden by the growing list of elite riders. Higgins is a beautiful horse with an outstanding temperament, a pleasure to ride and handle in every way.

 

Learn more about Higgins (Imp) (Heraldik xx x For Pleasure x Grundstein I).

 

YouTubeView Higgins at the Australian Championships ridden by Jessica Brown.

 

 

Kannan (IFS)

 

Kannan (IFS) (Voltaire x Nimmerdor x Le Mexico). Reg # (Niederländisches Warmblut (KWPN)).

Bay stallion, born 1992, 17.1 hh - 175 cms.

Breeder: M. G. Kramer van de Meer.

Performance

 

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Kannan is one of the leading sires in modern showjumping. Daughter Vilotte is out of Ilotte, dam of top progenitor Oklund, with whom Eric van der Vleuten won de Grand Prix of Eindhoven. Also Oklund is known as a sire of a lot of international jumpers. Ilotte is also the mother of the famous stallion Plot Blue (v. Mr. Blue), with whom Marcus Ehning won the world cup finals in Geneva in 2010. Ilotte is a daughter of the well-known Westphalian stallion Pilot out of the mare Santa Fee. She is the full sister to the international jumper Sotheby from Heinrich Hermann Engemann. Both descend from the international stallion San Fernando (Arthy), with whom Franke Sloothaak made his international fame. Santa Fee is also the granddam of the international jumpers Paramo K (Franke Sloothaak) and Parbleu (Sören Pederen), as well as Pershing (Peter Charles).

 

VOLTAIRE - KWPN keur preferent - Oldenburg -Selle Francais -Hannover -Unire Bay - birth: 1979 - size: 168 cm Offspring VOLTAIRE Voltaire is the result of crossing two outstanding bloodlines: Furioso II and Gotthard. Furioso II produced 200 state premium mares and at least 70 approved stallions of which several are standing at stud in other continents. One can easily say that Furioso II has influenced the breeding industry worldwide. The full brother of Furioso II is the French stallion Mexico. His son Le Mexico is a familiar name in Dutch breeding and frequently appears in the pedigrees of successful showjumpers. The dam's sire Gotthard is, now more than fifteen years after his death, almost a legend in German sports horse breeding. Gotthard's strength is continued in his sons and grandsons. Vital in Voltaire's pedigree is the connection in the third generation to the thoroughbreds More Magic xx on one side and on the other side Furioso xx.

 

As an 8 year old Voltaire jumped 1.50 m. courses with a great deal of success. He showed his strength in international jumping in 1988 in Calgary, Stockholm, Lanaken, Helsinki, Wiesbaden and Wembley and in 1989 he brought his showjumping career to a successful ending by winning the Grand Prix of Berlin with Jos Lansink and 2nd in the Grand Prix of Leeuwarden. Voltaire was the sire with the most offspring at the Olympic Games of Atlanta in 1996. Moreover the worldfamous Voltaire is second on the World Breeding Ranking of Showjumping Sires. Voltaire has over 50 approved sons. Many of his offspring jump at Grand Prix level, i.e. Finesse, Altaire, Kahlua, Play it Again, Helios, Electro, Kannan, Especial etc. etc. Foltaire, ridden by G?nther Seidel is a famous offspring of Voltaire in the international dressage ring. Voltaire has been awarded ?Huntersire of the Year 2001, 2002 and 2003? in the USA! At the moment Voltaire is one of the top sires in the KWPN Jumping Index with 151 points.

 

Kannan progeny: Harris Park Kokomo (Kannan x Filante xx x Sillery xx).

Learn more about Kannan (IFS) (Voltaire x Nimmerdor x Le Mexico).

 

 

Lancado (IFS)

 

Lancado (IFS) (Landadel x Contender x Wedekind). DE 333-33-91512-95 (Oldenburger).

Brown stallion, born 1995, 16.3 hh - 170 cms.

Breeder: Heinz Buschmann.

Licensing Champion at the Holsteiner Stallion Licensing in Neumünster, Germany, in 1999.

 

Lancado (IFS)

Not only his sire Landadel but also his dam's sire Contender won their stallion performance tests and both of these stallions wrote history in breeding early on in their careers. The gallery of ancestors is also marked by the Hanoverian stallions Wedekind, Eger I and Aller. At the Oldenburg licensing in 1997 this typical Landadel son ranked in the premium ring. He did an excellent job at his stallion performance test in Neustadt/Dosse and finished in Performance Class I for jumping. Pictured left: Lancado. Photo: TBA ©

 

In 2000 he became the Oldenburg State Champion of four-year old show jumpers. Under Markus Meeschformann he successfully participated in the Bundeschampionat in Warendorf. With Sören Pedersen and Kristian Johannesson, Lancado collected countless ribbons in advanced (S) level. Several of his offspring have qualified for the Bundeschampionat. His son Lecko funny became the 2006 Oldenburg State Champion in the class for six-year olds in Rastede under Joachim Heyer and was a finalist in Warendorf. At present, Lancado is stationed in Mecklenburg.

 

Lancado himself was in the premium lot of the stallion approval of young Oldenburg stallions in 1997 and was able to convince everybody by his athletic ability by gaining the title of Champion of Oldenburg jumping horses in 2000 and by his participation in the finals of the Federal championships. He passed his stallion approval test in 1998 in Neustadt/Dosse and in accordance with his pedigree, his jumping index ranked in performance class I. With numerous successes in competitions up to medium class and another participation in the Federal Championships in 2001, Lancado successfully mastered the advanced class already as a seven-year-old. Lancado’s descendants inherit not only his impressive type and the bay colour, but also great jumping qualities and excellent manners. Many of his offspring are premium-awarded. His first descedants make their debut in sports. With the up-and-coming Linux 3 (dam by Campari M) under Kati Lekander, Lecko Funny (dam by Landsdown) under René Tebbel and particularly Lifestyle 23 (dam by Cor de la Bryère) under Nicole Wenz a powerful generation of Lancado offspring conquer the sports arenas.

 

Lancado's pedigree is clearly determined by two of the most important sires in Holstein breeding, Landadel and Contender, both of which were Stallion Performance Test winners. They made breeding history early on in their careers and continued to produce top talents non-stop. Unfortunately, Landadel died much too early. It would be hard to find another stallion more deserving of the title of "trademark" stallion than he. The dam's sire, Contender, who began his career in Oldenburg, is one of the best-known and most popular sires in Holstein breeding today. The valuable Hanoverian performance sires Wedekind, Eiger I and Aller, form his background and the linebreeding component to Amatuer I is obvious. This mare line, which is based on the mare Neuhaus (by Neding-Naber), also produced the licensed stallion Domenicus (private stallion Hesse), Granni, Plutos (private stallion Westphalia) and the painted horses Rainmaker Z I and II (by Rainbow-Markus-Florentiner II), who breed in Baden Württemberg and Saxony-Anhalt respectively.

 

Lancado belonged to the Premium lot at his Licensing in Oldenburg in 1997. At his Stallion Performance Test in Neustadt/Dosse in 1998, his genetic aptitude for jumping in particularly became very apparent. In the index for willingness to perform, he received the maximum score of 10.0. Following his numerous first and high placings in tests for young jumpers at novice (A), elementary (L) and medium (M) level, he placed under Markus Merschformann at the 2000 Bundeschampionat in Warendorf. As of 2001, he continued to be successful under Sören Pedersen (Denmark) and Kristian Johannesson in Medium (M/A) Advanced (S) level show jumping.

 

Numerous foals from Lancado's first, relatively small crops were awarded Premiums. They have meanwhile made their debut in sport, winning and placing in tests for young jumpers which earned Lancado a high ranking in the FN's estimated breeding value statistics. In 2005, a Lancado offspring became the Reserve Champion of the Oldenburg Free Jumping Day in the class for three year olds. Many offsping have qualified for the Bundeschampionat; his son Lecko Funny was the 2006 Oldenburg State Champion of six year old jumpers. Also stationed at Mecklenburg, Lancado has sired numerous foals that have received Premiums from the various Verbands.

 

Lancado combines the two-century stallions Landadel and Contender excellently in an athletic pedigree of the special class on a solid Hanoverian base. A jumping sire of the extra class. Tyrolese for Lancado is his father Landadel who, in addition to numerous licensed sons, can refer to top performance breeding in the Springsport such as Feincera (P. Wylde). But also Grand Prix-successful dressage horses have landadel to the father. Contender is also a top jumper maker, father of over 50 licensed sons and numerous high-class jumping horses such as Montender and Conterno Grande (M. Kutscher). The Hanoverian performance figures Wedekind, Eger I and Aller form the background of the ancestral gallery Lancados, whereby the inbreeding on the formative amateur I is conspicuous. Mutterstamm From this mother line, the licensed stallions Domenicus (PB Hess.), Granni, Plutos (PB Westf.) And the Scheckhengste Rainmaker ZI and II (PB Bd.-Wrttmbg. respectively Sachs.-Anh.). In-house performance Lancado himself was in the premiere lot of the Oldenburger Junghengstkörung 1997 and knew then by the title of the Landeschampion of the Oldenburg Springpferde in the year 2000 as well as the final participation in the Bundeschampionat convincingly convincing. He spent his HLP in Neustadt / Dosse in 1998 with a jump index of performance class I. With numerous successes in construction tests up to class M and a further Bundschampionats participation in 2001, Lancado had already been successful for seven years in the heavy class. In the meantime, he is only used in decking because of injuries. Descendants To his descendants, Lancado, along with the impressive type-embossing and the brown color, gives great jumping ability with excellent manners. It shows harmonious grades and revealed the highest inheritance security. Lancos had two licensed sons so far: Le Legolas (mother of Campari M) from the breeding of Christiane Petersen, Arensdorf was waiting with a clearly above-average 30-day result of 8.83 spring-loaded (total: 8.26). Another Lancado son from a mother of Werther-Waldhorn and the breeding of Hartmut Pesch, Bastorf received the positive part of the breed during the Redefiner Junghengstkörung 2008. From his breeding campaign in Westphalia and Oldenburg, Lancado already brought some highly successful horses in spite of the small number of horses, of which the former Vechta auction horse Lovely 36 (mother of Corlando) by his international S-placements particularly stands out. In addition, Lancado supplied Oldenburg Freispring and Landeschampions. His sire debut in Mecklenburg's lands gave Lancado in a most impressive way: Since 2005 his descendants dominate the Kempke Hof Fohlenchampionat for spring-foisted foals in an inimitable way. The first products from Lancados Kempke Hof-Zeit are showing up this season in the tournament.

 

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Leprince des Bois (IFS)

 

Leprince des Bois (IFS) (Yarlands Summersong x Quandy du Mayne x Funny Hobby xx). Reg # FRA00199395550H (Selle Français).

Bay stallion, born 1999, 16.3 ½ hh - 171 cms.

Breeder: Didier Couton, Bois-de-Céné, France.

 

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Great Blue (IFS)

 

Lucky Lionell (IFS) (Lantaan x Landgraf I x Fra Diavolo). Reg # DE 321-21-00825-88 (Holsteiner - Stamm 3030).

Bay stallion, born 1988, 16.3 hh - 170 cms.

Breeder: Ernst Daufeldt.

Licensing Champion at the Holsteiner Stallion Licensing in Neumünster, Germany, in 1990.

 

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Lucky Lionell won the Holsteiner Licensing in 1990. In the meantime he has had many wins and placings in dressage classes up to Intermédiare I level. His offspring made promising debuts in competition sports, and Lucky Lionell has become a top sire with markedly versatile offspring. This is impressively underlined by his rating in the FN breeding value statistics. In 1998, he presented the most expensive colt at the Alsfeld auction in Hesse. In 1999, Lucky Lionell's son Lucky Dream was Licensed, and became the top lot at the stallion auction in Alsfeld, where he was knocked down to a U.S. American bidder. His sons Lucky Dane (private stallion Hesse) and Lucky Touch (LUX) received a lot of attention as well.

 

There is a high proportion of Thoroughbred blood in Lucky Lionell's pedigree partly due to the fact that he is three times inbred to the Thoroughbred stallion Lady Killer xx.

 

His son Lucky Champ successfully passed his Stallion Performance Test and placed among the high achievers in tests for young riding horses. As at 2008, ninety percent of Lucky's Champs foals had been awarded Premiums. Two of his sons have been approved for breeding - Lucky Match was the Reserve Champion of the approval in Mecklenburg in 1998, and in the same year, Lucky Star likewise became Reserve Champion of the ZfdP approval in Kreuth. A relatively high share of Lucky Champ's daughters are State Premium Mares. In Holstein, he has distinguished himself as a produced of versatile offspring, most of which are talented in dressage.

 

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Magritte 780 (Imp)

 

Kleber Magritte 780 (Imp) (Magini x Cicerdon x Sweet Mahrhu xx). 04-86-3011 SWB (Swedish Warmblood).

Bay stallion, born 1986, 16.2 hh - 168 cms.

Breeder: Margareta och Hagert Andersson.

Winner of both Dressage and Show Jumping sections of his licensing at Flyinge, Sweden.

 

Magritte (Imp)Magritte (Imp) was bred by Margareta och Hagert Andersson and imported from Sweden to Australia in November, 1999 by Emma Youngman. Picture (left): Magritte under Emma Youngman at the Sydney CDI 3 Star Performance Horse Stallion Show, 2006. Photo: Berni Saunders (Cyberhorse) ©

 

Magritte's stallion licensing was conducted at Flyinge, the National Stud of Sweden. He won both his dressage and show jumping testing. He was originally trained by Jan Brink, who competed Björsells Briar 899, Magritte's ½ brother. Both stallions are now retired.

 

In 1996, Magritte was the most successful FEI horse in Sweden. Upon arrival to Australia, under owner-rider Emma Youngman, he placed third in the Australian Dressage Championships, qualifying him for the European Championships.

 

Kleber Magritte 780 progeny: Harris Park Malmö (Dec) (Magritte x Stirling Luther x Valuta).

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Pref Keur OO Seven (Imp)

 

Pref Keur OO Seven (Imp) (Rubinstein x Doruto x Amor). NLD003199609740 (Niederländisches Warmblut (KWPN)).

Black stallion, born 1996, 16.3 hh - 170 cms.

Breeder: Isabel van Gisbergen-Sponselee, Stal Bria.

Stallion Performance Test at Ermelo, The Netherlands, on 61.50 points (3/12) in 1999.

 

OO Seven (Imp)In 1999, OO Seven was selected for the KWPN Stallion Performance Test at the KWPN stallion show in Den Bosch, The Netherlands. He completed his stallion performance test at Ermelo, the Netherlands, coming third overall (3/12) on 61.50 points. He is said to be an honest, reliable stallion, with a brilliant work ethic.

 

Pictured left: OO Seven under David Shoobridge at the 2012 Sydney CDI. Photo: Peter Stoop Photography ©

 

"The walk is sufficiently big and has a great deal of power and tact. OO Seven has adequate scope at the trot and is light on his feet with good balance and tact. He bends the hindleg well, but he should lower the croup during transitions. The canter has good scope and a great deal of balance. It is easy to close him at the canter. His foreleg remains a little flat while moving. OO Seven has a great deal of talent for dressage and gives his rider a very good feeling." KWPN. OO Seven scored 8.0 points for walk, 9.0 points for trot, canter and dressage ability, giving him a dressage subtotal of 35.0 points (1/12). OO Seven's dressage breeding value as of 2008 was 137 points with a reliability breeding value for dressage of 88 points.

 

OO Seven was trained and competed by Imke Schellekens-Bartels and Joyce Lenaerts. Under Imke Schellekens-Bartels he was the 2000 and 2001 Pavo Cup Reserve Champion as a four and five year old. He competed at the 2001 World Young Horse Championships in Verden, Germany, won the AMEV cup finals at the CDI-W Maastricht in 2002 and won the title of best young stallion with a score of 69.66% in Zwolle, The Netherlands, in 2003. In Rotterdam 1st Intermediair I he scored 72.50%. He was winner in Haugue of the Pikeur Trophy Intermediaire I with 74.20%. At Maastrict in the Int Light Tour debut Intermediaire he scored 72.00%. He went on to win the stallion competition in Den Bosch, of the VHO Trophy competition at light tour-level. In 2005 he was National Champion in Nijmegen and Res Champion in Eindhoven. He won in Mechelen in Int and first in Prix St George Int. CDI Hamsbeke 2006 and 2nd in the ight tour. Imke Schellekens-Bartels trained and competed OO Seven up to Prix St Georges level competing with him for the last time in 2006. Prior to coming to Australia, in May, 2011, OO Seven made his Grand Prix debut at national level.

 

In 2003 and 2004, three of OO Seven's sons were selected to go to the second selection in Den Bosch, The Netherlands, because of their very good movement. At the Central Show in Veghel, The Netherlands, seven of his progeny were declared 'ster' daughters and went on to become preliminary 'keur'. At CK Heerjansdam, The Netherlands, Unique (OO Seven x Indoctro x Aktion) was Reserve Champion 3 Year Old Mare at the National Mare Show. In Ermelo NMK, Zharamaria placed fourth and was the auction highlight at Borrulo selling for 16,000 €. In the Ermelo final, VSN for 3 Year Old Sporthorses, Seven Up (Upseven?) (OO Seven x Jazz x ?) placed fourth in the dressage with Upon BH (OO Seven x Wolfgang x Aktion) finishing in eighth place. At the first inspection at the Stallion Selection in 2004 and 2005 at Ermelo, The Netherlands, three of his sons were appointed for the second inspection at Den Bosch and two were declared 'ster'. In 2006 and 2007 two of his sons were selected to go to the Stallion Selection in Den Bosch, The Netherlands. To date OO Seven has two licensed sons, the KWPN stallion Zuidenwind (OO Seven x Jazz x Ulft) and the ISR stallion Valentino (OO Seven x Houston x Tolbert) (International Sporthorse Registry). He also sired the small tour horse Winston (Stephanie Kooijman), rising FEI horse Upseven (Florentine Rootveld), Semi-finalist Pavo Cup 2006 U2 (), 2006 Pavo Cup semi-finalist Update ().

 

OO Seven is a unique combination of top class pedigrees including Rubinstein I (Rosenkavalier x Angelo xx x Donar) and Doruto (Komet x Pindar xx x Hirtensang), the world's best dressage producers ever. His dam Gelbria (Doruto x Amor x Pasha) is a full sister to Olympic Barbria. Expectations are high for OO Seven because of his outstanding pedigree. Sire Rubinstein I was active on the highest level in dressage, and his dam Gelbria also competes at Grand Prix level. Almost 70 sons of the legendary Rubinstein I are approved and several of his youngstock are winners in the show ring and are successful in competitions. Rubinstein I offspring also guarantees good prices at auctions. Dam Gelbria is by Doruto out of the Amor-mare Ilbira (Amor x Pasha x Karolus van Wittenstein). Ilbria is also dam of Vobria, who is dam of the Grand Prix dressage horse Celiton. Both Barbria and Celiton had a significant input for the KWPN, being the best studbook according to the World Breeding Championships for Sport Horses (WBCSH) in 1999. A son of Gelbria, Kadans competes at Prix St George level. Other full sisters to Gelbria and Barbria are Ezabria, National 1989 UTV champion mare as a 3 year old. Also Columbria was the fifth placed mare at the 1987 National UTV Championships for 3 year old mares.

 

Arriving in Australia in October, 2011, OO Seven has won the PSG CDN class at the Boneo CDI in January, 2012, with over 71.00%. He was also selected by Rudlof Zeilinger to be his ride in the Boneo Park Masterclass. OO Seven has followed this success winning on 71.00% at the Orange CDI at Bradgate Park in Febraury, 2012. Dressage with Stars in March, 2012, saw OO Seven winning the PSG and Intermediate I Freestyle to be the uncontested winner of the PSG Cup. The Sydney CDI in May, 2012, saw OO Seven place third in the CDI Prix St George, second in the Intermediate I and third in the Intermediate I Freestyle.

 

OO Seven and David were the proud winners of their first ever Grand Prix with a score of 66% at the Hawkesbury Dressage Champs in June, 2012, followed by 66.00% at the August DNSW competition. July saw David head north with OO Seven for the QLD Festival of Dressage and Prydes Easifeed Brisbane CDI. After the stallion show, many people remarked what an exceptional character OO Seven has and how well he performed for the crowd. At their first big CDI Grand Prix show, David and OO Seven were third in the Grand Prix and performed an almost faultless freestyle to finish first on 70.425%.

 

The NSW State Dressage Championships in August, 2012, were a huge success for OO Seven. He was second in the Grand Prix with a personal best of 67.00% and had another win in the freestyle, scoring 72.58%. This ranked OO Seven as the number one horse for the Equestrian Grand Final at Equitana in November. In 2013, David and OO Seven ranked third highest for an Australian combination in the FEI dressage world rankings. In October, 2013, at seventeen years of age, OO Seven was officially retired from competition to concentrate on his breeding commitments.

 

OO Seven progeny: Harris Park Odette (ET) (OO Seven x Winterkönig x Daktylus).

Learn more about OO Seven (Imp) (Rubinstein x Doruto x Amor).

 

Euro Dressage View eurodressage articles: Imke Schellekens and OO Seven win 2002 AMEV Hippo Cup, Imke Schellekens and OO Seven win 2004 Pikeur Trophy and Imke Schellekens and OO Seven win 2005 VHO Cup.

 

YouTubeView OO Seven under saddle at the 2012 Boneo Park Stallion Show. View OO Seven at the 2012 Canberra Classic. View OO Seven at the 2012 Boneo Park CDI. View OO Seven at the 2012 Sydney CDI in the Intermediate Freestyle. View OO Seven at the 2012 NSW State Dressage Championships in the Grand Prix Freestyle.

 

 

Quando-Quando (Imp)

 

Quando-Quando (Imp) (Quattro B x Akzent II x Matador). DE 333-33-07356-95 (Oldenburger).

Chestnut stallion, born 1995, 16.3 hh - 170 cms.

Breeder: Peter Wreesmann.

Winner of his one hundred day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) at Neustadt-Dosse, Germany, in 1998.

 

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 was later 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.

 

Quando-Quando progeny: HPW Quaser RW (ET) (Quando-Quando x His Highness x Grunstein I).

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.

 

 

Riverside (Imp)

 

Riverside (Imp) (Regazzoni x Donnerhall x Pik König). DE 431-31-67467-00 (Hannoveraner).

Chestnut stallion, born 2000, 16.3 hh - 170 cms.

Breeder: Ingo Pape, Hengststation Pape.

Premium Hanoverian stallion and performance test winner with a dressage index of 138.5 points.

 

Riverside (Imp)Riverside (Imp) (along with his sire Regazzoni (Rubinstein x Werther x Dagobert), his dam St. Pr. St. Desiree (Donnerhall x Pik König x Frusta II) and his grand dam Pirola (Pik König x Frustra II x Domspatz)) was born in Hemmoor, Germany at Hengststation Pape. Riverside is closely related to the licensed Oldenburg stallion Rendezvous (Regazzoni x Donnerhall x Pik König) whose dam is out of Paola (a full sister to Pirola).

 

Pictured left: Riverside under Susan Paper in the finals for six year old dressage horses at the World Championships for Young Horses in Verden, Germany, in 2006. Photo: Sportfotos Stefan Lafrentz ©

 

Riverside was awarded premium at his Hanoverian Stallion Licensing in October, 2002 (4/?). Riverside completed his 70 Day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) in Münster-Handorf in August, 2003, placing first overall with 133.8 points (1/21). His dressage index was 138.53 points (1/21) and his jumping index was 101.4 (9/21).

 

Riverside was a finalist of the World Championships for young dressage horses in Verden, 2006. He scored 9.0, the most highly qualified six year old horse for the Federal Championships (Bundeschampionate) in Warendorf. Riverside has produced premium foals and top quality riding horses in Germany, such as his son Rodrigo (Riverside x Hohenstein x Davignon I) who sold at the Elite Auction in Verden for 200.000 € and is sure to produce more of the same quality horses here in Australia.

 

Riverside was imported to Australia by Amanda and David Shoobridge of Revelwood Warmblood Stud. He was purchased by Amanda and David from Hengststation Pape in Hemmoor, Germany in July, 2008 and began his first breeding season in Australia during the 2008/2009 breeding season. Harris Park Répertoire is from Riverside's first Australian crop of foals. Riverside is a licensed stallion with the Australian Warmblood Horse Association Limited (AWHA Ltd) and is a Premium Licensed Stallion with the Hannoveraner Verband. Riverside is currently in training with Nina Boyd of Canberra Performance Horses (CPH) and will be campaigned in Australia in the near future.

 

Riverside progeny: Harris Park Répertoire (Dec) (Riverside x Stirling Luther x Valuta) and Harris Park Riordan (ET) (Riderside x Winterkönig x Daktylus).

Learn more about Riverside (Imp) (Regazzoni x Donnerhall x Pik König).

 

YouTubeView Riverside at his stallion licensing. View Riverside at Hengststation Pape. View Riverside competing at the World Young Horse Championships in the five year old class with Susan Pape. View Riverside jumping with Sam Lyle at Revelwood Warmblood Stud, in August, 2009.

 

Riverside (Imp)

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Rock Springs (IFS)

 

Rock Springs (IFS) (Rock Forever I x Fidertanz x De Niro). Reg # 441-41-12794-12 (Westfalen).

Bay stallion, born 2012, 16.2 ½ hh - 169 cms.

Breeder: Ralf Grachtrup.

 

Rock Springs (IFS) Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Cras quis nulla libero. Sed nibh velit, sollicitudin eget ultricies vitae, tincidunt ac libero. Ut ac mi odio. Maecenas vitae nisi pellentesque, tempor sem in, vestibulum orci. Donec in eros sapien. Suspendisse malesuada urna in egestas bibendum. Integer laoreet scelerisque lorem sed tempus. Nam consectetur egestas blandit. Pictured left: Rock Springs (IFS). Photo: Kiki Beelitz ©

 

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Mauris iaculis erat eget eros fringilla pellentesque. Integer nec augue mauris. Aliquam ac lobortis magna. Etiam vel dolor ac velit venenatis tempor. Morbi blandit ullamcorper dolor, eu imperdiet nunc euismod sed. Morbi eget felis ligula. Praesent sagittis eleifend elementum. Ut pharetra tortor sed mi elementum, quis mattis metus lobortis. Etiam sed interdum orci. In nulla ex, placerat sit amet feugiat vel, imperdiet vitae ante. Quisque ornare, nunc quis dictum iaculis, magna risus lacinia tortor, in volutpat ligula ligula sed ipsum. Nullam commodo convallis mi quis maximus. Etiam viverra porttitor turpis non fringilla.

 

Learn more about Rock Springs (IFS) (Rock Forever I x Fidertanz x De Niro).

 

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Romanov II (IFS)

 

Romanov II (IFS) (Heartbreaker x Fedor x Ahorn Z). Reg # TBA (Niederländisches Warmblut (KWPN)).

Chestnut stallion, born 1998, 16.2 hh - 168 cms.

Breeder: X.

 

Romanov II (IFS) Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Cras quis nulla libero. Sed nibh velit, sollicitudin eget ultricies vitae, tincidunt ac libero. Ut ac mi odio. Maecenas vitae nisi pellentesque, tempor sem in, vestibulum orci. Donec in eros sapien. Suspendisse malesuada urna in egestas bibendum. Integer laoreet scelerisque lorem sed tempus. Nam consectetur egestas blandit. Pictured left: Romanov II (IFS) under Bertram Allen. Photo: TBA ©

 

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Mauris iaculis erat eget eros fringilla pellentesque. Integer nec augue mauris. Aliquam ac lobortis magna. Etiam vel dolor ac velit venenatis tempor. Morbi blandit ullamcorper dolor, eu imperdiet nunc euismod sed. Morbi eget felis ligula. Praesent sagittis eleifend elementum. Ut pharetra tortor sed mi elementum, quis mattis metus lobortis. Etiam sed interdum orci. In nulla ex, placerat sit amet feugiat vel, imperdiet vitae ante. Quisque ornare, nunc quis dictum iaculis, magna risus lacinia tortor, in volutpat ligula ligula sed ipsum. Nullam commodo convallis mi quis maximus. Etiam viverra porttitor turpis non fringilla.

 

Learn more about Romanov II (IFS) (Heartbreaker x Fedor x Ahorn Z).

 

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Sandro Hit (IFS)

 

Sandro Hit (IFS) (Sandro Song x Ramino x Welt As). Reg # TBA (Oldenburger).

Black stallion, born 1993, 17.0 hh - 172 cms.

Breeder: X.

 

Sandro Hit (IFS) Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Cras quis nulla libero. Sed nibh velit, sollicitudin eget ultricies vitae, tincidunt ac libero. Ut ac mi odio. Maecenas vitae nisi pellentesque, tempor sem in, vestibulum orci. Donec in eros sapien. Suspendisse malesuada urna in egestas bibendum. Integer laoreet scelerisque lorem sed tempus. Nam consectetur egestas blandit. Pictured left: Sandro Hit (IFS) under Ulf Möller. Photo: Kiki Beelitz ©

 

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Mauris iaculis erat eget eros fringilla pellentesque. Integer nec augue mauris. Aliquam ac lobortis magna. Etiam vel dolor ac velit venenatis tempor. Morbi blandit ullamcorper dolor, eu imperdiet nunc euismod sed. Morbi eget felis ligula. Praesent sagittis eleifend elementum. Ut pharetra tortor sed mi elementum, quis mattis metus lobortis. Etiam sed interdum orci. In nulla ex, placerat sit amet feugiat vel, imperdiet vitae ante. Quisque ornare, nunc quis dictum iaculis, magna risus lacinia tortor, in volutpat ligula ligula sed ipsum. Nullam commodo convallis mi quis maximus. Etiam viverra porttitor turpis non fringilla.

 

Learn more about Sandro Hit (IFS) (Sandro Song x Ramino x Welt As).

 

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Scolari (IFS)

 

Scolari (IFS) (Sandro Hit x De Niro x Weltmeyer). DE 431-31-01085-04 (Hanoveraner).

Brown stallion, born 2004, 17.0 ½ hh - 174 cms.

Breeder: Wilhelm Klausing.

Winner of the dressage section of his Stallion Licensing at Münster-Handorf, Germany.

 

Scolari (IFS)Scolari (IFS) has the breath taking expression of a coming champion. With his stunning quality movements he is an absolute eye catcher. His trot and canter work is uphill, ground covering with superb self carriage whilst his walk is clear in rhythm and engaged. His mother, grandmother and family are highly decorated premium mares at German and Hanoverian elite mare shows. His foals are marked by his shining type and can convince with ground covering basic gaits and an enormous energetic thrust out of the hind legs.

 

Pictured left: Scolari under saddle at a private stallion presentation in Verden, Germany, on 05 Feb 11. Photo: Tammo Ernst © Scolari's pedigree includes Sandro Hit (Sandro Song x Ramino x Welt As), De Niro (Donnerhall x Akzent II x Wiesenbaum), Weltmeyer (World Cup I x Absatz x Adorno) and Grenadier (Grunewald x Valentino xx x Athos) - pure dressage capabilities that stamp stallions over generations. His dam line is one of the most successful lines in Hanoverian horse breeding. His mother St. Pr. St. Dynastie (De Niro x Weltmeyer x Grenadier) and his grandmother St. Pr. St. Wicke (Weltmeyer x Grenadier x Arsenik) were awarded many times a 1a Premium Mare at national shows like the Ratje-Nieuhr-Schau and the Bundeschampionate. In 2008, Scolari's dam line celebrated exceptional successes and was marked by outstanding highlights.

 

Scolari was the proud winner of the dressage section of his 70 Day Stallion Performance Test with 140.77 points (1/21), clear ahead with 23 points over the reserve winner. He transmits his long legs and shape to his offspring with his impressive front. These qualities and also his exceptional high fertility make him very popular to breeders.

 

Learn more about Scolari (IFS) (Sandro Hit x De Niro x Weltmeyer).

 

YouTubeView Scolari in hand and under saddle with Ingo Pape.

 

 

Smash Hit (Imp)

 

Smash Hit (Imp) (Sandro Hit x Rosenkavalier x Angelo xx). DE 433-33-01908-04 (Oldenburger).

Black stallion, born 2004, 16.2 hh - 168 cms.

Breeder: Gudula Vorwerk-Happ.

 

Smash Hit (Imp)Smash Hit (Imp) is a 16.2hh, black Oldenburg stallion standing at Revelwood Warmblood Stud. Smash Hit was purchased by Amanda and David Shoobridge as a foal from Gestüt Vorwerk in Germany and left to grow up under the watchful eye of Kristy Oatley-Nist at Gestüt Grönwohldhof. Pictured left: Smash Hit under Gina Montgomery at the Boneo Park stallion dislay, 2010. Photo: Berni Saunders (Cyberhorse) ©

 

Smash Hit was imported to Australia as a two year old in December of 2006. Smash Hit was broken in May of 2007 and commenced his dressage training before a busy first breeding season.

 

Smash Hit began training with Amanda Shoobridge under Carolyn Lieutenant. Due to family and stud commitments, he is now being campaigned by Gina Montgomery of Amberwood Park. Smash Hit combines the extravagance of Sandro Hit with the highly regarded trainability of the Rubinstein line.

 

In 2007, Smash Hit scored 80.75% overall (79.0% for conformation and 82.5% for movement) by ACE Group tour assessor, Mr Gerd Küst. Smash Hit was the highest score for ACE Group assessed stallions by Mr Küst in 2007. In January 2010, Smash Hit was reassessed by Mr Küst and as a result is now fully licensed in the ACE Group Stallion Stud Book. Smash Hit scored 80.00% overall, with individual scores of 81.5% for conformation, 83.5% for movement, 80.0% for rideability and 75.0% for jumping.

 

Smash Hit's first foals were born in 2008. Smash Hit had eighteen foals assessed at the 2009 Annual ACE Group Tour. Mr Küst awarded seven of Smash Hit's foals premium awards (foals scoring over 78.0%), one of which was Harris Park Salienta, scoring 80.5% overall.

 

On Saturday the 29th August, 2009, Smash Hit participated in the 2009 AWHA Gala Day (annual New South Wales (NSW) branch and Agnes Banks Equine Clinic Open Warmblood Show) at the Sydney International Equestrian Centre (SIEC). Smash Hit won Supreme Led Warmblood Exhibit judged by Blas Lago and Mary Triggs and Reserve Champion Ridden Warmblood judged by Mary Triggs. On Sunday the 30th August, 2009, Smash Hit passed Colt Classification and is now an approved stallion in the AWHA studbook.

 

Smash Hit progeny: Harris Park Salienta (Smash Hit x Stirling Luther x Valuta).

Learn more about Smash Hit (Imp) (Sandro Hit x Rosenkavalier x Angelo xx).

 

YouTubeView Smash Hit at NSW AWHA Open Warmblood Show in August, 2009. View Smash Hit at Princess Nathalie Clinic held at North Kaluda Stud in September, 2009. View Smash Hit progeny (2008 - from first foal crop). View Smash Hit under saddle with Gina Montgomery at Boneo Park, 2010.

 

Smash Hit (Imp)

Images 1 - 2 : Photo Finish Photography © :: Image 3 : Danna Lingard © :: Image 4 : Revelwood Warmblood Stud ©

 

 

Stanley (IFS)

 

Stanley (IFS) (Stakkato x Loredo x Graphit). DE 431-31-23052-06 (Hannoveraner).

Chestnut stallion, born 2006, 16.2 ½ hh - 169 cms.

Breeder: Wilfried Berg.

Winner of his one hundred day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) at Neustadt-Dosse, Germany, in 1998.

 

Stanley (IFS)Stanley (IFS) (Stakkato x Loredo x Graphit), bred by Wilfried Berg of Burgdorf, Germany, Stanley was born in 2006. He was Licensed for Hanover in Adelheidsdorf, Germany, in October 2009, completing his 300 Day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) also in Adelheidsdorf, Germany, in October 2009. He placed third overall with 129.43 points (3/48). His dressage index was 119.55 points (8/48) and his jumping index was 129.36 points (3/48). Pictured left: Stanley. Photo: Kiki Beelitz ©

 

Individual scores for Stanley's Stallion Performance Test were: 8.0 character, 8.0 temperament, 8.0 willingness, 8.0 conformation, 8.0 trot, 7.5 canter, 7.0 walk, 8.0 rideability, 9.0 jumping, with perfect 10s for cross country.

 

Eva Bitter aboard Stanley (IFS) (Stakkato x Loredo x Graphit), Hanoverian Champion of Five Year Old Jumping Horses, in early August 2011, at Verden, Germany. Stanley scored the highest rating (9.5) in this class and was unbeatable in the final of the eight best horses with the marks 9.5 - 9.8 - 9.8!

 

At the Federal Championship in Warendorf, Germany, Stanley won the first Qualification with a score of 9.1 and the Small Final with a score of 9.5 and was therefore able to secure his participation in the Final.

 

Learn more about Stanley (IFS) (Stakkato x Loredo x Graphit).

 

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Tornesch (IFS)

 

Tornesch (IFS) (Lux Z x Libero H x Caletto I). NLD003200000530 (Niederländisches Warmblut (KWPN)).

Bay stallion, born 2000, 16.2 hh - 167 cms.

Breeder: Anneke Noordhof-Nieborg.

Winner of his one hundred day Stallion Performance Test (HLP) at Neustadt-Dosse, Germany, in 1998.

 

Tornesch (IFS)This son of Lux Z has been one of the anchors of the Swedish equestrian team for many years. Piloted by Swedish showjumping rider Malin Bayard, this spectacular bay stallion placed at Grand Prix and World Cup shows of Barcelona, Stuttgart, Helsinki, Falsterbo, London and Verona. Tornesch’s excellent pedigree goes back to three of the world’s best stallions in a row: Lux Z, Libero H and Caletto I. Pictured left: Tornesch under saddle with Malin Baryard-Johnsson (SWE). Arnd Bronkhorst Horse Photography ©

 

In Tornesch's dam line we find among others the international showjumping horses Lennox and Pinkfloyd de Maibelle. From his early years of breeding in Sweden many horses compete at 1.50m international levels. Tornesch his first crop of offspring born in Holland looks to be very promising. The 5 years old Hanley (Tornesch x Cornet Obolensky), who combines an interesting pedigree with a fantastic modern bloodtype was the reserve champion of the 2016/2017 stallion competition series and is developing into a very promising future showjumper.

 

Learn more about Tornesch (IFS) (Lux Z x Libero H x Caletto I).

 

YouTubeView De Wiemselbach's promotional video of Tornesch (IFS).

 

 

Van Gogh (IFS)

 

Van Gogh (IFS) (Numero Uno x Berstein x Burggraaf). Reg # TBA (Niederländisches Warmblut (KWPN)).

Bay stallion, born 2002, 16.3 ½ hh - 171 cms.

Breeder: MTS. Stultiens.

 

Van Gogh (IFS) Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Cras quis nulla libero. Sed nibh velit, sollicitudin eget ultricies vitae, tincidunt ac libero. Ut ac mi odio. Maecenas vitae nisi pellentesque, tempor sem in, vestibulum orci. Donec in eros sapien. Suspendisse malesuada urna in egestas bibendum. Integer laoreet scelerisque lorem sed tempus. Nam consectetur egestas blandit. Pictured left: Van Gogh (IFS). Photo: TBA ©

 

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Mauris iaculis erat eget eros fringilla pellentesque. Integer nec augue mauris. Aliquam ac lobortis magna. Etiam vel dolor ac velit venenatis tempor. Morbi blandit ullamcorper dolor, eu imperdiet nunc euismod sed. Morbi eget felis ligula. Praesent sagittis eleifend elementum. Ut pharetra tortor sed mi elementum, quis mattis metus lobortis. Etiam sed interdum orci. In nulla ex, placerat sit amet feugiat vel, imperdiet vitae ante. Quisque ornare, nunc quis dictum iaculis, magna risus lacinia tortor, in volutpat ligula ligula sed ipsum. Nullam commodo convallis mi quis maximus. Etiam viverra porttitor turpis non fringilla.

 

Learn more about Van Gogh (IFS) (Numero Uno x Berstein x Burggraaf).

 

YouTubeView Van Gogh (IFS) and rider Marco Kutscher's winning round at the 2016 Hong Kong Grand Prix.

 

 


 

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