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VERON sire of Marie Louise's 2011 colt Geronimo

Veron (Quite Easy x Carentino) Click here: Majestic Gaits Dutch Warmbloods Frozen Semen VDL Veron (Quite Easy I x Caretino x Romino)

 

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VERON sire of Marie Louise's 2011 colt Geronimo

Veron (Quite Easy x Carentino) Click here: Majestic Gaits Dutch Warmbloods Frozen Semen VDL Veron (Quite Easy I x Caretino x Romino)

 

Veron is a beautiful, luxurious stallion with a lot of expression and a very nice head.

Father of Veron is the Son of Quidam de Revel: Quite Easy, who is jumping at international level and comes out of the lines of Capitol and Vermont.. His dam, the ‘Keur’ mare Rinderella, has done an excellent mare test and her first 2 foals are now both approved stallions. Rinderella’s sire is Caretino, who has already produced a lot of horses who jump at international level, like Calandro and Caresino and approved sons like Casall and Caretello. The dam line has produced several approved stallions and S-jumpers. The full brother of Veron, Quinta Real is approved as a premium stallion for the Westfalen Studbook.

Veron has done a good stallion test and he has proven that he is an honest and reliable stallion to work with. He has received an 8 for scope.

Veron won the stallion competition of Hengelo and was 5th in the total results. In all the qualification rounds he jumped with a lot of scope, elasticity and suppleness.

Expectationindex: 155.

Veron: Luxury, Expression and Quality combined in one!

Quite Easy (Holst)
Jumped 1.50m

Quidam de Revel (SF)
Jumped 1.60m

Jalisco B (SF)
Jumped 1.60m

Almez Z Jumped 1.60m
Tanagra

Dirka (SF)

Nankin
Ondine De Baugy

Birte II (Holst)

Landgraf I (Holst)

Ladykiller xx
Warthburg

SPS U-Capitola (Holst)

Capitano
Folia

Rinderella VDL
KEUR

Caretino (Holst)

Caletto II (Holst)

Cor de la Bryere
Deka

Isidor (Holst)

Metellus
Corbala

Finetta I (Holst)

Romino (Holst)

Ramiro
Ingeli

Verona (Holst)

Calypso IV
Laurena H
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    Event KWPN Stallionshow 2005
    Discipline Breeding
    Rider -
    Horse VDL Veron
    Father Quite Easy
    Sex sta
    Studbook KWPN
    Studbook no. 02.12612
    Description KWPN Stallionshow 2005, Ermelo. Veron (ex Vicaro), Quite Easy x Caretino.

 

Quite Easy sire of Veron

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  • Breed: Holsteiner
  • Discipline: Dressage, English Pleasure, Eventing, Hunter Jumper, Hunter Under Saddle, Jumping
  • Registry: American Holsteiner Horse Associatio, Hanoverian Verband, Holsteiner Verband, KWPN
  • Location: United States
  • Export qualified: no
  • Owner: Hilltop Farm, Inc.
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Overview

Quite Easy's sire, Quidam de Revel, is a very successful show jumping sire and his progeny are in high demand around the world. Quidam de Revel helped win the Team Bronze for France in the 1992 Olympics and placed 4th individually. He has been ranked as the number one show jumping stallion in the world for many years since them and has produced many internationally successfully offspring. Quite Easy's dam Birte II is by the legendary Landgraf and is out of the highly celebrated mare U-Capitola. U-Capitola is the full-sister to the stallions Capitol I-II and produced four approved sons, including Landcapitol.

Pedigree

Performance

Quite Easy was shown by Peter Eriksson, one of Sweden's top Grand Prix show jumping riders for a number of seasons. He has been successful in sport up to 1.60meters, or the Grand Prix level. He was 2nd in Sweden's outdoor championships and was the winner of Sweden's 7 & 8 Year Old Championships. His tremendous scope and careful technique are key factors in his success in sport and we see these traits passed on to his offspring. It is noteworthy that an injury as a foal left Quite Easy with only one eye, making his competitive success even more remarkable and showing the heart that this stallion offers. North American breeders are fortunate to have access to a stallion of Quite Easy's caliber through his excellent quality frozen semen and conception rates. His modern type and interesting bloodlines allows him to complement a variety of mares. Quite Easy's quick reactions, scope, and strong hindend transmit consistently to his offspring and he is a top choice for serious jumper breeders.

Offspring

While the jumping ability was clearly foretold with his pedigree, Quite Easy has also proven to produce very good movement in his foals and we see many competing in the dressage arena as well. In Quite Easy's early foal crops we saw Swedish National Champions such as Phillipa S and Quite Lovely earning multiple scores of 9 and even 10. As they entered the competition arena, the success continued including Quilamba's National Championships and QL's 3rd place finish at the World Championships for Young Horses in Jumping as a five year old. We now see these offspring moving up to the International level and Quite Easy is represented around the globe. In 2007, Quite Easy was leased to France and the response from breeders was immediate as he bred over 200 mares in one season. From that first season, 10 foals qualified for the French Foal Championships and one went on to become the Supreme Champion. Three Quite Easy sons, bred from frozen semen imported in earlier years, were also approved in France last year.

 

 

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Damsire Balou Du Rouet

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Modern up and coming producer heading for the top A picture perfect career: after winning one young horse class after another and gaining marks up to 10.0 in his 30-day test, Balou du Rouet successful at the 1.50m level. In 2005 he scored the highest mark of 9.2 at the national championships, making him one of Germany’s top 4 licensed stallions. He has enormous jumping talent, combined with great elastic gaits and fascinating charisma.

 

 

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Balou du Rouet

Baloubet du Rouet - Continue

*1999, bay, 171 cm, Oldenburg

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A top breeding stallion with an impressive track record

Already a successful competition horse at 1.50 m level, Balou du Rouet is now busy building a reputation as an outstanding breeding stallion. Although his oldest offspring were only six in 2009, they have already chalked up more than EUR 56,000 in competition winnings. Matched only by Cornet Obolenski, Balou du Rouet was the stallion with the most offspring competing at the Bundeschampionat in 2008 and, in 2009, three of the Bundeschampionat for Six Year-Old Show Jumping Horses competitors were Balou du Rouet progeny. Another of his offspring, Bacara, qualified for the World Championship in Lanaken and was subsequently sold at auction for EUR 140,000. Two of Balou du Rouet's sons were approved at the Southern German licensing, another top stallion sold at auction in Hanover for EUR 85,000 and another approved son and he now counts over 30 approved stallions among his offspring. Balous Bellini was champion stallion at the Munich 30-day test in 2009 with a score of 9.27 and a final jumping score of 9.54, and Bobby Brown was runner-up at his performance test in Adelsheidsdorf with an index of 143.23 points. There's no ignoring the popularity of Balou du Rouet's progeny. Baranus sold at auction for EUR 120,000 after winning a class at the World Championship in Zangersheide and, in 2007, Be Bravo sold for the record price of EUR 350,000 at the AOS Auction. His FN breeding index score of 141 puts him among the leading breeding stallions, despite his young age.
Balou du Rouet's sire is three-times World Cup winner and individual Olympic gold medal winner in 2004, Baloubet du Rouet. This Selle Francais stallion is one of the most successful show jumping stallions of all time and he consistently passes on his performance genes to his offspring. Baloubet du Rouet's sire, Galoubet, was competing at international level at the age of seven and won team gold at the World Championship in 1982. Balou du Rouet's maternal grandsire, Continue, collected lifetime earnings of over EUR 310,000 and his dam line has produced several approved stallions.
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Modern up and coming producer heading for the top A picture perfect career: after winning one young horse class after another and gaining marks up to 10.0 in his 30-day test, Balou du Rouet successfully “landed” at the 1.50m level. Already in 2005 he caught everyone’s attention by scoring the highest mark of 9.2 at the national championships, making him one of Germany’s top 4 licensed stallions. His enormous jumping talent, combined with great elastic gaits and a fascinating charisma make Balou du Rouet an exciting choice for the breeders of sports horses. Once again, Balou du Rouet emphasises his dominant quality as a producer in type, elegance and movement, with numerous foals at many different auctions. He continuously produces finalists for the German foal championships. Offspring of Balou du Rouet have been approved at almost every stallion licensing – most notably the licensed “BE BRAVO”, who sold for € 350.000 as the most expensive horse of the 2007 AOS auction. His number of approved sons has amounted to over ten stallions. As a descendant of Baloubet du Rouet - gold medallist at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens and an incredible three-times successive World Cup Champion – he has one of the most successful jumping stallions on the international scene in his pedigree. His grand sire Galoubet is a son of the great stallion Almé and was already an international success at the young age of seven. He won team gold in 1982 at the World Championships. On the dam’s side, Balou du Rouet is directly related to the founder of the bloodline, Cor de la Bryere, from Holstein through Rantzau xx. The offspring of the dam’s sire, Continue, achieved lifetime earnings of over € 230.000. Numerous licensed stallions are descendents from the dam line. Balue du Rouet – the future has begun with impressive achievements as a producer! General Information. Balou du Rouet is a favourite with the crowds at all of his appearances. He completed an excellent Stallion Performance Test and was awarded with the top marks of 9.5 and 10.0 for jumping by the 'foreign' judges. He was Oldenburg Silver Medallist 2005 and one of the best German horses in his age group. Balou du Rouet is the perfect sports type, equipped with maximum elasticity in the basic gaits and first-class jumping quality.

He has continued his sporting career in supreme style, winning several classes judged on style and ability up to "M level". He won the final qualification at the German Young Horse Championships with the top score of 9.2 and in the final was one of the 4 best approved stallions in Germany.

His sire Baloubet du Rouet, currently one of the most successful jumping stallions on the international stage (individual gold medallist at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, three-times consecutive World Cup Champion, winner of many Grand Prix's), has an exceptional pedigree. Balou's grand sire Galoubet is by the great stallion Almé.

On his dam's side, Balou du Rouet is directly related to the founder of the bloodline "Cor de la Bryere" from Holstein through Rantzau. The similarity can be seen in Balou du Rouet's jumping style and ability. His stunning dam Georgia is by the increasingly popular Contender son, Continue.

Balou du Rouet is a highly sought after breeding stallion. He emphasises his dominant quality as a producer in type, elegance and movement with numerous foals at many different auctions. His first crop of youngsters confirmed their quality at the approvals; one of his sons out of a Sandro mare was the most expensive premium stallion at the Oldenburg Approvals in Vechta.

Balou du Rouet is a highly sought after breeding stallion. He emphasises his dominant quality as a producer in type, elegance and movement with numerous foals at many different auctions. His first crop of youngsters confirmed their quality at the approvals; one of his sons out of a Sandro mare was the most expensive premium stallion at the Oldenburg Approvals in Vechta. Click photo for video of Balou Du Rouet

At Vechta in 2003, Balous first offspring are already showing their worth. At the foal elite auction one of his first foals fetched the highest price of 19,000 euros. Moreover his daughter Bonne Annee was auctioned for 8,000 euros and another son Ballyhoo for 7,000 euros.

Balou is the perfect sports type, equipped with maximum elasticity in the basic gaits and first class jumping quality. His impressive rideability is of great importance for future sporting and breeding career.

Breeding

His sire Baloubet du Rouet, is currently one of the most successful show jumping stallions at international level. No horse has ever achieved such a record in the World Cup series , 3 wins and 2 seconds in 5 consecutive years. To add to this magnificent record he has also been French 7 year old champion, team bronze at the Sydney Olympics and many Grand Prix and Nation Cup wins. Baloubets Sire Galoubet A has become a highly influential sire of such famous stallions as Touchdown, whose most prominent current mare is Liscalgot, Quickstar , Skippy II and Caloubet du Rouet. The dams pedigree is by Contendor and Georgette is modern and performance orientated and has already produced ' Sandrissimo' who is succesful in Championships and Grand Prix. Due to this depth of pedigree Balou is sought after as a breeding horse both in Germany and abroad.

Performance

Balou impressed the public at this first stallion parade and since then has gone from strength to strength. At Vechta in 2002 he achieved an excellent performance result with his jumping marks being scored at 9,5 and 10.0 by the test riders.

Progeny

At Vechta in 2003, Balous first offspring are already showing their worth. At the foal elite auction one of his first foals fetched the highest price of 19,000 euros. Moreover his daughter Bonne Annee was auctioned for 8,000 euros and another son Ballyhoo for 7,000 euros.

Pedigree

 

Baloubet du Rouet

Galoubet A

Alme

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Messange du Rouet

Starter

Badine

Georgia

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Contender

Felici

Georgette II

Domino

Georgette

Domino-Balou's Great Great Grandsire

 

Galoubet A

 

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Baloubet du Rouet - Continue

*1999, bay, 171 cm, Oldenburg

Approved for:
Hannover, Mecklenburg, Oldenburg, OS-International, Rhineland, South German Stud Books, Westphalia, Finland, France, IHB, Italy, Sweden, Zangersheide

Stud fee: € 1.000,00

 

A top breeding stallion with an impressive track record

Already a successful competition horse at 1.50 m level, Balou du Rouet is now busy building a reputation as an outstanding breeding stallion. Although his oldest offspring were only six in 2009, they have already chalked up more than EUR 56,000 in competition winnings. Matched only by Cornet Obolenski, Balou du Rouet was the stallion with the most offspring competing at the Bundeschampionat in 2008 and, in 2009, three of the Bundeschampionat for Six Year-Old Show Jumping Horses competitors were Balou du Rouet progeny. Another of his offspring, Bacara, qualified for the World Championship in Lanaken and was subsequently sold at auction for EUR 140,000. Two of Balou du Rouet's sons were approved at the Southern German licensing, another top stallion sold at auction in Hanover for EUR 85,000 and another approved son and he now counts over 30 approved stallions among his offspring. Balous Bellini was champion stallion at the Munich 30-day test in 2009 with a score of 9.27 and a final jumping score of 9.54, and Bobby Brown was runner-up at his performance test in Adelsheidsdorf with an index of 143.23 points. There's no ignoring the popularity of Balou du Rouet's progeny. Baranus sold at auction for EUR 120,000 after winning a class at the World Championship in Zangersheide and, in 2007, Be Bravo sold for the record price of EUR 350,000 at the AOS Auction. His FN breeding index score of 141 puts him among the leading breeding stallions, despite his young age.
Balou du Rouet's sire is three-times World Cup winner and individual Olympic gold medal winner in 2004, Baloubet du Rouet. This Selle Francais stallion is one of the most successful show jumping stallions of all time and he consistently passes on his performance genes to his offspring. Baloubet du Rouet's sire, Galoubet, was competing at international level at the age of seven and won team gold at the World Championship in 1982. Balou du Rouet's maternal grandsire, Continue, collected lifetime earnings of over EUR 310,000 and his dam line has produced several approved stallions.
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Continue-Damsire of Balou Du Rouet

 
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Domspatz :

DomspatzA large framed black horse Domspatz has been described by Claus Schridde ‘as the quintessence of loyal showjumper horses with a preparedness to perform.’
He was fortunate to begin his career at the Großenwörden showjumper station, where he managed to establish himself permanently in the mare base.

After this, he covered in Kehdingbruch in the Hadeln region, before he changed over to the Splietau showjumper station in the Hanoverian Wendland region. He was very popular with the Splietau breeders, where he remained until his death in 1978. Domspatz left behind a number of top quality horses for the international showjumping sport, including Dömitz (Gerd Wiltfang), Domspatz (Thomas Frühmann), Don Rudolpho (Franke Sloothaak and Michael Matz), Donath (Heinfried Simon), Dorillo (Hugo Simon) and many more.

His sons Domino, Domschatz and Don Rudolpho (also known as Dux Z), were privately owned and all competed successfully up to Advanced level. The bay Domino had great opportunities at the Paul Schockemöhle station and is found in a number of bloodlines. Dux Z was an active showjumper for a considerable time and covered in Uelzen, not far from his original home in the Wendland region, when he was older. He produced a surprisingly high number of top level showjumpers.

Another black stallion son, Diskus was the only Domspatz to go into the services of the Celle state stud. He also produced a number of first class showjumpers including Denizen (Tim Grubb), The Natural (a World Cup winner in 1987 with Katherine Burdsall) and Doreen (Tjark Nagel). Despite his time at Celle, Diskus did not really establish a male line. Two stallion sons, Diadem and Dupont were tried, and while Diadem produced a few nice dressage horses, no great showjumpers emerged.While Domspatz was unable to establish a male line, his blood is still highly regarded in the mare lines today, especially at the three stations at which he stood in his long career. As late at as 1981, on the official German FN figures of progeny winnings in the sport, Domspatz made it to 8th place in a very illustrious top ten (Gotthard, Ferdinand, Der Löwe xx, Furioso II, Grande, Ehrenschild, Sender, Domspatz, Perser xx, Ladykiller).

Wahnfried :

Wahnfried, was the winner of the German St. Leger, the popular Sacramento Song xx/Wahnfried cross produced numerous other dams of approved stallions, as well as Olympic showjumper, Sandro.

Sacramento Song xx :

sacremento SongServiced for 7 seasons as a private stallion in Holstein. He is viewed as one of the best sires of show jumpers in Holstein since the war. In spite of a very limited number of off-spring, 40 jumpers were successful up to the highest classes, among them exceptional horses such as Societe (D. Hafemeister, Nelson Pessoa), San Siro (G. Muller, winnings over 30,000 DM) and Sandro with Franke Sloothaak.

According to that great expert on Holstein breeding, Jasper Nissen in a fascinating article in Z Magazine (August 2004), “Sacramentro Song’s career in Holstein seriously suffered from the fact that he was not studbook owned but privately owned and was active precisely in the period in which the Thoroughbred had fallen into complete disgrace with the studbook. In addition, he was stationed in not the best breeding district. Nevertheless he soon proved himself a top class sire.He produced a large number of first class showjumping horses, several event horses, no dressage horses.

He often passed on his own type. He was a purebred bay, often with a dark shade, he produced tall horses, somewhat light in the bones, with an excellent character and eager workers with an energetic temperament, often a little hot. Geldings and stallions lasted longer in the sport than his daughters, who often needed ‘instructions for handling’. Many of his daughters however, proved quality broodmares. Unfortunately his only licensed son, Symphatico (licensed for his results in showjumping) died after one breeding season. Another son who proved himself in the sport was Sandro, stationed in Oldenburg.”
Certainly it is through Sandro that the line is becoming increasingly influential – both in jumping and in dressage most recently with the dressage phenomenon Sandro Hit

 

Sandro Z

 

Origins

In 1984 when Paul Schockemöhle re-imported the then ten-year-old Holsteiner Sandro from Denmark, he wasn't counting on the fact that he had brought back the founder of a dressage breeding line to Germany. It definitely did not seem that way in the beginning: Sandro was basically one of the only sons of the highly competitive Holsteiner Thoroughbred Sacramento Song xx, a rarity on the German horse scene but very convincing in the show jumping sport. His qualification to breed was acquired under Franke Sloothaak, through his own successes in the highest level of show jumping.

Almost exclusively the pure bred dark stallion was put into Schockemöhle's breeding program to refine the existing jumping stock. He produced a whole line of approved sons before moving on to the Kathmann Holtrup station and the Stud Wiechenhof where a wider opportunity was opened to the breeders.  After many attempts in pairing up Sandro and Gephard, besides Silvio I and Silvio II, the 1988 Sandro Song emerged.
Sandro Song (Sandro-Gephard) was bred and presented by Schockemöhle at the stallion approvals in Oldenburg, where he became Young Stallion Champion 1990. He was sold to the Bonhomme Stud where he still stands today.  Sandro Song's excellent jump is indeed in accordance with his bloodlines and at the same time he shows fantastic movement and first class ride ability for dressage.  In 1995, Sandro Song made his debut with his first two sons, one being Sandro Hit. It is worth noting that Sandro Hit and dressage star Diamond Hit (Don Schufro-Donnerhall-Pik Bube) both have the same dam, Loretta, a Ramino/Welt As mare.  Seemingly, the Schockemöhle recipe for successfully creating horses with movement, suspension, conformation and of yes, jump, is worthy of the attention being paid to the program.

Sandro's sire, Sacramento Song xx, serviced for 7 seasons as a private stallion in Holstein.  Prevailing thinking is that he was not used for breeding often enough and today it is obvious he is viewed as one of the best sires of show jumpers in Holstein since the war. In spite of a very limited number of off-spring, 40 jumpers were successful up to the highest classes, among them exceptional horses such as Societe
(D. Hafemeister, Nelson Pessoa), San Siro (G. Muller, winnings over 30,000 DM) or, of course, Sandro himself (F. Sloothaak, winnings over 50,000 DM to 1989).
The owner of the world record in jumping, Leonardo (1991 in Paris over 2.35 m) carries Sacramento Song xx as his dam's sire. Sandro's full brother, Salvador 51, was also a very good jumper. His dam's sire is the outstanding show jumper maker Wahnfried (Sir Caletto's great grand sire on the top side), whose most well known off-spring is without doubt the great puissance-specialist Wabbs (W. Mehlkopf, winnings over 350,000 DM) and Wabbs is a direct full brother of Sandro's dam Duerte.

Performance Record

Sandro went to Denmark as a young horse where he was put to stud. In 1985 he returned to
Germany and won over 50,000 DM in prize money in advanced level jumping under F. Sloothaak.
As a side job he supplied fresh semen for the Schockemöhle Stables in Calveslage.

Breeding Record

Sandro is one of the rising stallions of the last few years. To date he presented 15 approved stallions, including Sandro Song, the Champion Young Stallion of Oldenburg 1990 and Main-Premium Champion of 1992. A remarkable feature of his sons are their good results at the stallion performance tests. Sandro caused a stir at the Federal Championships in Verden in 1990 when his son, Subway 2, achieved a high placing in the conformation show class. Later on, Subway was sold through the 1990 Vechta Auction sales to the dressage stables of M. Otto-Crepin. In 1992, eight progeny qualified for the Federal Championships in Verden, several of whom were placed in the finals (Sandon, Sir Max, Sancerre,
Sadenio, Salido etc.). In the FN yearbook breeding of 1992 he is placed 3rd in his age-class as a sire of show jumpers. Sandro died in August 2005 at Zangersheide.
 

 

 

Purioso Keur (Furioso II x Martell x Abendglanz )
 

The chestnut stallion, named Purioso have taken a very special position. As an absolute all rounder he is the founder of specialized show jumping and dressage pedigree lines.
When he was accepted Purioso got the following description: ‘Good ride typical stallion with the height of 1.66 m. The space in movement is good, the hind leg is a bit long’. Purioso was placed 10th out of 32 stallions. Breeder is C. Beimforde, Hausstette Germany out of an Oldenburg mare Alinda. His sire is at that time the young (9 years old) Furioso II, who may be considered as one of the founders of the modern European sport horse breeding and who is still influencing many studbooks in Europe with his sons, grandsons and great-grandsons. You can off course think of Voltaire and Concorde in Holland and Fidelio and son Florestan 1 in Germany. Furioso II (v Furioso XX, damsire Talisman SF) became the symbol of the modern Oldenburg sport horse breeding. Furioso II descends, just as Alinda’s sire Martell from a Thorough Bred (Trebonius XX), Furioso II’s origin is French and Martell’s is Holsteiner. Furioso II produced 200 state premium mares and no less than 68 approved sons, many of them are rendering their services on other continents.
Furioso II has certainly influenced breeding on a world wide scale. His full brother is the French stallion Mexico, who’s son Le Mexico became famous in Holland as a real jumping horse producer.

Purioso descends also form Westphalian and Hannoverian stallions and mares. Could this mix explain the success for Purioso for the Dutch Breeding?

Thirty years later the combination of German and French blood is still good for success. That explains the success of the Dutch Breeding. The Groninger and Gelder base, modernized with Thoroughbred and improved with the best bloodlines what foreign countries offered us. Germany and France were years ahead concerning using Thoroughbreds in breeding horses.
 

Approved sons
Purioso got 5 sons approved with the KWPN, Bently, Cantor, Cocktail, Faldo and Prince Paradiso R. According to this little amount it is remarkable that Purioso’s role in breeding still is going on. His genes are still passing through by Faldo and Prince Paradiso R. From both aren’t yet sons approved but through Cocktail and his sons there is a strong pedigree in mainly dressage. As his versatile pedigree does suspect, Purioso has been successful in all kinds of breeding. Many of his daughters were placed high at Central Keuringen and his offspring distinguishes themselves in Jumping and Dressage at the highest levels. Because of his good inheritance he received the Keur predicate in 1988. In those days de chestnut belonged to the select group of stallions who got (if you counted the dressage index with the jumping index) more than 240 points. With a dressage index of 125 and a jumping index of 121 he distinguished himself from many other stallions) Besides, almost half of his daughters written in the studbook, received a ster predicate.
Four KWPN approved sons come out of a Purioso mother. One is Consul (sire Nimmerdor) and still active in the US at the Iron Spring Farm. Edwig (sire Zion), is now put on a watch list, but No Limit (sire Indoctro) and the young Tygo (sire Numero Uno) are still active in Holland and are all out of a Purioso mare.
 

 

Sporthorses

Most well-known offspring of Purioso in sport are Olympic Wedela, Olympic Ambush and Olympic Cocktail. Wendela and Cocktail are 2 very different horses in different disciplines, one at the highest level of Jumping the other of Dressage. A very young Jennie Zoer trained the grey mare Wendela (m. Sorhaya by Nimmerdor x El Gaucho XX) herself and became relatively very fast a member of the Dutch team. Highlights of their career were the 10th place at the individual class of the Winter equine games in Stockholm. Also Balderdash, Curioso, Deeply Impressed, Chanel, Krielens Consult, Harald II, Kijoy for Ever and Zero jumped at the highest levels.
It depended on the mare with Purioso was crossed what side it went; with dressage in the pedigree of the mare, he produced a nice dressage horse and with a pedigree with for instance Nimmerdor, Rigoletto and Makelaar at dam side he produced a good jumper.

Just like his sire Faldo is declared Keur, his strong inheritance in jumping is seen in the high score for the jumping index. Olympic Cocktail was Purioso’s much discussed son in International Dressage, were he got a ranking in the list of the 10 best dressage inheritors. Cocktail was bred out of the mare Ulissa keur, preferent, prestatie. (sire Le Val Blanc XX x Hessel x Antonio) and carried much blood. He was ridden very successful with Anky van Grunsven.


Source: IDS and Internet
 

Purioso

Furioso

 

 

 

Good Times (Nimmerdor x Caletto I x Wahnfried)

A stallion with excellent gaits. He was a show jumper himself at the Z level and was Champion at 3 years old at Ermelo for the stallion approvals. His offspring are jumping on National and International top levels. Good Times has more approved sons and is the sire of more Champion foals and Champion mares . Not only he has jumping genes to give through but also on the dressage level he certainly is a top producer. His son Lucky Times has won the Championship of the Pavo cup for 4 and 5 years old and is now successful at Prix St George. Good Times produces horses for Dressage, Jumping and Keuringen.

For more info: VDL Hengsten


Dressage index 2002: 128
Jumping index 2002: 129

 

 

Indoctro Preferent (Capitol I x Caletto II x Calypso I)
Click for more info on Indoctro:VDL Hengsten

He is ranked 8th of the WBFSH breeding guide in 2006

 

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Farrington Keur (Wellington x Doruto x Selim)

Click for more info on the following link to read more info on this great dressage stallion : VDL Hengsten

 

 

 

 

Veron (Quite Easy x Carentino)

 

Veron is a beautiful, luxurious stallion with a lot of expression and a very nice head.

Father of Veron is the Son of Quidam de Revel: Quite Easy, who is jumping at international level and comes out of the lines of Capitol and Vermont.. His dam, the ‘Keur’ mare Rinderella, has done an excellent mare test and her first 2 foals are now both approved stallions. Rinderella’s sire is Caretino, who has already produced a lot of horses who jump at international level, like Calandro and Caresino and approved sons like Casall and Caretello. The dam line has produced several approved stallions and S-jumpers. The full brother of Veron, Quinta Real is approved as a premium stallion for the Westfalen Studbook.

Veron has done a good stallion test and he has proven that he is an honest and reliable stallion to work with. He has received an 8 for scope.

Veron won the stallion competition of Hengelo and was 5th in the total results. In all the qualification rounds he jumped with a lot of scope, elasticity and suppleness.

Expectationindex: 155.

Veron: Luxury, Expression and Quality combined in one!

Quite Easy (Holst)
Jumped 1.50m

Quidam de Revel (SF)
Jumped 1.60m

Jalisco B (SF)
Jumped 1.60m

Almez Z Jumped 1.60m
Tanagra

Dirka (SF)

Nankin
Ondine De Baugy

Birte II (Holst)

Landgraf I (Holst)

Ladykiller xx
Warthburg

SPS U-Capitola (Holst)

Capitano
Folia

Rinderella VDL
KEUR

Caretino (Holst)

Caletto II (Holst)

Cor de la Bryere
Deka

Isidor (Holst)

Metellus
Corbala

Finetta I (Holst)

Romino (Holst)

Ramiro
Ingeli

Verona (Holst)

Calypso IV
Laurena H

 

Lucky Boy

 

Balou du Rouet

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Balou du Rouet

Baloubet du Rouet - Continue

*1999, bay, 171 cm, Oldenburg

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A top breeding stallion with an impressive track record

Already a successful competition horse at 1.50 m level, Balou du Rouet is now busy building a reputation as an outstanding breeding stallion. Although his oldest offspring were only six in 2009, they have already chalked up more than EUR 56,000 in competition winnings. Matched only by Cornet Obolenski, Balou du Rouet was the stallion with the most offspring competing at the Bundeschampionat in 2008 and, in 2009, three of the Bundeschampionat for Six Year-Old Show Jumping Horses competitors were Balou du Rouet progeny. Another of his offspring, Bacara, qualified for the World Championship in Lanaken and was subsequently sold at auction for EUR 140,000. Two of Balou du Rouet's sons were approved at the Southern German licensing, another top stallion sold at auction in Hanover for EUR 85,000 and another approved son and he now counts over 30 approved stallions among his offspring. Balous Bellini was champion stallion at the Munich 30-day test in 2009 with a score of 9.27 and a final jumping score of 9.54, and Bobby Brown was runner-up at his performance test in Adelsheidsdorf with an index of 143.23 points. There's no ignoring the popularity of Balou du Rouet's progeny. Baranus sold at auction for EUR 120,000 after winning a class at the World Championship in Zangersheide and, in 2007, Be Bravo sold for the record price of EUR 350,000 at the AOS Auction. His FN breeding index score of 141 puts him among the leading breeding stallions, despite his young age.
Balou du Rouet's sire is three-times World Cup winner and individual Olympic gold medal winner in 2004, Baloubet du Rouet. This Selle Francais stallion is one of the most successful show jumping stallions of all time and he consistently passes on his performance genes to his offspring. Baloubet du Rouet's sire, Galoubet, was competing at international level at the age of seven and won team gold at the World Championship in 1982. Balou du Rouet's maternal grandsire, Continue, collected lifetime earnings of over EUR 310,000 and his dam line has produced several approved stallions.
Balou du Rouet produces spectacular offspring.  
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Balou du Rouet Balou du Rouet

Modern up and coming producer heading for the top A picture perfect career: after winning one young horse class after another and gaining marks up to 10.0 in his 30-day test, Balou du Rouet successfully “landed” at the 1.50m level. Already in 2005 he caught everyone’s attention by scoring the highest mark of 9.2 at the national championships, making him one of Germany’s top 4 licensed stallions. His enormous jumping talent, combined with great elastic gaits and a fascinating charisma make Balou du Rouet an exciting choice for the breeders of sports horses. Once again, Balou du Rouet emphasises his dominant quality as a producer in type, elegance and movement, with numerous foals at many different auctions. He continuously produces finalists for the German foal championships. Offspring of Balou du Rouet have been approved at almost every stallion licensing – most notably the licensed “BE BRAVO”, who sold for € 350.000 as the most expensive horse of the 2007 AOS auction. His number of approved sons has amounted to over ten stallions. As a descendant of Baloubet du Rouet - gold medallist at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens and an incredible three-times successive World Cup Champion – he has one of the most successful jumping stallions on the international scene in his pedigree. His grand sire Galoubet is a son of the great stallion Almé and was already an international success at the young age of seven. He won team gold in 1982 at the World Championships. On the dam’s side, Balou du Rouet is directly related to the founder of the bloodline, Cor de la Bryere, from Holstein through Rantzau xx. The offspring of the dam’s sire, Continue, achieved lifetime earnings of over € 230.000. Numerous licensed stallions are descendents from the dam line. Balue du Rouet – the future has begun with impressive achievements as a producer! General Information. Balou du Rouet is a favourite with the crowds at all of his appearances. He completed an excellent Stallion Performance Test and was awarded with the top marks of 9.5 and 10.0 for jumping by the 'foreign' judges. He was Oldenburg Silver Medallist 2005 and one of the best German horses in his age group. Balou du Rouet is the perfect sports type, equipped with maximum elasticity in the basic gaits and first-class jumping quality.

He has continued his sporting career in supreme style, winning several classes judged on style and ability up to "M level". He won the final qualification at the German Young Horse Championships with the top score of 9.2 and in the final was one of the 4 best approved stallions in Germany.

His sire Baloubet du Rouet, currently one of the most successful jumping stallions on the international stage (individual gold medallist at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, three-times consecutive World Cup Champion, winner of many Grand Prix's), has an exceptional pedigree. Balou's grand sire Galoubet is by the great stallion Almé.

On his dam's side, Balou du Rouet is directly related to the founder of the bloodline "Cor de la Bryere" from Holstein through Rantzau. The similarity can be seen in Balou du Rouet's jumping style and ability. His stunning dam Georgia is by the increasingly popular Contender son, Continue.

Balou du Rouet is a highly sought after breeding stallion. He emphasises his dominant quality as a producer in type, elegance and movement with numerous foals at many different auctions. His first crop of youngsters confirmed their quality at the approvals; one of his sons out of a Sandro mare was the most expensive premium stallion at the Oldenburg Approvals in Vechta.

Balou du Rouet is a highly sought after breeding stallion. He emphasises his dominant quality as a producer in type, elegance and movement with numerous foals at many different auctions. His first crop of youngsters confirmed their quality at the approvals; one of his sons out of a Sandro mare was the most expensive premium stallion at the Oldenburg Approvals in Vechta.

At Vechta in 2003, Balous first offspring are already showing their worth. At the foal elite auction one of his first foals fetched the highest price of 19,000 euros. Moreover his daughter Bonne Annee was auctioned for 8,000 euros and another son Ballyhoo for 7,000 euros.

Balou is the perfect sports type, equipped with maximum elasticity in the basic gaits and first class jumping quality. His impressive rideability is of great importance for future sporting and breeding career.

Breeding

His sire Baloubet du Rouet, is currently one of the most successful show jumping stallions at international level. No horse has ever achieved such a record in the World Cup series , 3 wins and 2 seconds in 5 consecutive years. To add to this magnificent record he has also been French 7 year old champion, team bronze at the Sydney Olympics and many Grand Prix and Nation Cup wins. Baloubets Sire Galoubet A has become a highly influential sire of such famous stallions as Touchdown, whose most prominent current mare is Liscalgot, Quickstar , Skippy II and Caloubet du Rouet. The dams pedigree is by Contendor and Georgette is modern and performance orientated and has already produced ' Sandrissimo' who is succesful in Championships and Grand Prix. Due to this depth of pedigree Balou is sought after as a breeding horse both in Germany and abroad.

Performance

Balou impressed the public at this first stallion parade and since then has gone from strength to strength. At Vechta in 2002 he achieved an excellent performance result with his jumping marks being scored at 9,5 and 10.0 by the test riders.

Progeny

At Vechta in 2003, Balous first offspring are already showing their worth. At the foal elite auction one of his first foals fetched the highest price of 19,000 euros. Moreover his daughter Bonne Annee was auctioned for 8,000 euros and another son Ballyhoo for 7,000 euros.

Pedigree

 

Baloubet du Rouet

Galoubet A

Alme

Viti

Messange du Rouet

Starter

Badine

Georgia

Continue

Contender

Felici

Georgette II

Domino

Georgette

Domino-Balou's Great Great Grandsire

ULFTUlft Ulft

Ulft was an extraordinary KWPN “Keur” sire. Other than Olympic Ferro, he produced such international stars as Caesar, Disney, and Uthopia to name a few.  Ulft has produced 7 approved stallions including Boston, Dublin, Dukaat, Fair Play and again Olympic Ferro.  He also has numerous Keur and Star daughters. The KWPN authorities have always had the greatest confidence in this lineage. Ulft has a high breeding reliability in jumping (91%) and a high dressage reliability as well.  Ulft's offspring are recognized for their great temperament, athleticism, and their impressing gaits, especially the trot. 

Ulft was sired by the legendary chestnut Selle Francais stallion Le Mexico.  Born in Normandy, France, Le Mexico was the grandson of the legendary Irish Thoroughbred foundation sire Furioso.   Le Mexico’s sire – Mexico was the full brother of the famous Furioso ll.   Le Mexico, who also possessed phenomenal jumping ability was Champion in his performance test in HLP Sleen in 1974 with a total of 174.86 points.  As a resident of Holland, Le Mexico sired 10 approved sons including Silvano, Zonneglans, Beau Le Mexico, C Diamond, Le Mexico II, Lester, Astronaut, Expert, Zelhem and of course Ulft.  He also had 23 offspring in International Show Jumping including Olympic Briljant, Olympic Pride, Olympic Rad Boy, Comex, and Notorius.  Le Mexico died in 1987, only a few months after his upgrading to the rare “Keur” predicate with the Dutch registry. The year he died, Le Mexico had a phenomenal jumping index of 146, and in the ranking of dressage sires he

 was 21st among over 200 stallions.  Even eight years after his death his jumping index was still above average with a reliability of 96%.  

        Ulft was out of the Keur Preferent Dutch mare Pia, who was sired by the legendary stallion Pericles (TB) - the sire of the renowned pinto KWPN stallion Samber.

KWPN Breeding News

Keur Stallion Ulft Passed Away

January 24, 2005

UlftThe KWPN Keur stallion Ulft has passed away at age 26. The bay stallion by Le Mexico out of Pia (Pericles xx x Waldo) died at Agnes Dalemans' farm in The Netherlands.

Bred by Mr. Huirne from Groenlo, Ulft produced numerous licensed offspring, such as Fairplay, Dublin, Boston, Conveyer, Dukaat and of course Ferro, but also fathered several international dressage horses including Argentile Gullit and 1998 European junior rider champion Habibi.

Ulft was a very successful show horse himself. Dutch Grand Prix rider Coby van Baalen presented him in the show ring. "He was the first licensed stallion I got to ride," Van Baalen said. "Ulft was then owned by Mr van Tuyl from Gameren and he put him in training with me to be shown. At that time, there were still special classes for stallions called "bestgaand rijpaard" (best performing riding horse). It was always a battle between Ulft and Uniform."

Ulft lived with Agnes Dalemans the final 11 years of his life. Last year he was officially retired and enjoyed a very happy life. "The final years, Ulft was allowed to do whatever he wanted. If he wanted to go outside to enjoy the sun, he could go outside. If it was too cold, he could stay in," Dalemans said.

Related Links
KWPN news at the official KWPN website
Horse Magazine: Great Stallions: Ulft

 

Judgement ISF, Crown

Dutch Warmblood
by Consul  out of Faletta
Foaled: June 01, 1991
Dark Bay, 17H Approved by Dutch Warmblood Assoc.
Disciplines: Jumping

 


Highlights 

  • Awarded Crown Predicate by KWPN

  • First American born and bred NA/WPN Approved stallion

  • Winnings over $1,000,000

  • Winner 2005 CN International $1,000,000 Grand Prix

  • Winner of 5 Grand Prixs in 2004

  • NA/WPN 2003 FEI Horse of the Year

  • Download Printable Stat Sheet

LUPICOR

                        Lupicor H

                                  

 

 

Lupicor H During the second half of 2003 Lupicor has made his debut at the biggest international showjumping levels, successfully competing at shows in La Bagnaia (Italy), Münster (Ger.) and Frankfurt (Ger.). Nowadays Lupicor is competing worldwide with Olympic gold medal winner Marco Kutscher. His sire, Lux Z participated in the Sydney Olympics and won the Pulsar Crown competitions of both Valkenswaard and Cannes. Lupicor is bred out of the 'keur' awarded Jourdette S, a daughter of the Westphalian showjumping horse progenitor Pilot. Jourdette S made a worthy career for herself in showjumping, competing at national and international levels. The mare has an excellent technique and is very careful as well. The KWPN approved stallion Pitcher S, who jumps the national competitions, is a full brother to Jourdette S. The same dam line also produced the international showjumper El Padrino (Jasper) ridden by Hansueli Sprunger and the KWPN stallion Lester (Lancer II). Lupicor' s first offspring in Westfalen already includes his approved sons Lenardo (reserve champion Westfalen), Lacco Ameno (Oldenburg) and Lamy (Bayern). In addition, Lupicor showed a collection of above average offspring which, without exception, possess excellent movements and very convincing jumping manners. Lupicor is one of the highest ranked stallions in both the German and Dutch breeding rankings.

1995 bay 17.0-hand KWPN Approved for: KWPN

UB 40    

Dutch Warmblood by Olivi out of Kilucienne (Keur Sport) x Michelangelo
Foaled: April 10, 2001 Chestnut, 16.2H Approved by KWPN

Before being imported in 2005, UB40 was one of the most popular young stallions in Holland . In 2004, he placed third in the Champions' Ring at the KWPN stallion licensing. His first foals received excellent scores and remarks from the judges.

In 2006 UB40 was the Winner of the DG Bar Cup at his keuring with a score of 81.5%. In 2007 he was #1 KWPN-NA FEI 6 year old. Son Cinco de Mayo ISF was named winner of Weanling Colts at Dressage at Devon and Centerline HF was named USDF Horse of the Year, Dressage Sport Horse Breeding for Colts and Geldings. Learn more about UB40 offspring.

UB40 is nominated to the International Jumper and Dressage Futurity.

KWPN Breeding News

UB40 Price Highlight at 2004 KWPN Select Sale

February 7, 2004

UB40The chestnut dressage colt UB40 has become the price highlight of the fourth KWPN Select Sale, an auction of licensed and non-licensed stallions immediately following the KWPN stallion licensing. Wim Zegwaard purchased UB40 (by Olivi x Michelangelo) for 145,000 €. The colt impressed many spectators with his large movements, muscled hindquarters and beautiful appearence. UB 40 is bred by Mr. Van Os and presented him at the licensing. UB 40 finished third in the Dressage Colts' ring.

The 2004 KWPN Select Sale Results are:

  • 1. Ultrafee (Hors la Loi II x Erdball xx) - € 12.000,-

  • 2. Umberto (Voltaire x Nimmerdor) - € 16.000,-

  • 3. Usefull (Polansky x Ferro)- € 15.000,-

  • 5. US Hero (Baloubet du Rouet x Fantastique)- € 20.000,-

  • 6. Uniek L (Diamond Hit x Orianta) - € 20.000,-

  • 7. Undercover (Elmshorn x Voltaire)- € 14.000,-

  • 8. Unistar (Voltaire x Notaris) - € 70.000,-

  • 9. UB40 (Olivi x Michelangelo) - € 145.000,-


Dressage at Heavenly Waters was the next outing, and it turned out great. After a minor injury kept Iron Spring Farm’s stallion UB40 out of competition in Florida last winter, we were very anxious to see how he would do. Alex did not let the fact that

 UB was also in the middle of a very busy breeding season deter him from bringing him out at 3rd Level to start the day, and then doing 4th Level for the first time that afternoon. UB was the 3rd Level Champion, and a very close second at 4th Level.

 

Contender
Born 1984, 1.70 metres

Contender
Born 1984, 1.70 metres

 

 

 

 

Rantzau xx

 

 

Cor de la Bryère

Quenotte

 

Calypso II

 

Heißsporn

 

 

Tabelle

Hyazinthe

Contender

 

 

 

 

 

 

Raimond

 

 

Ramiro

Valine (Cottage Son)

 

Gofine

 

Ladykiller xx

 

 

Cita

Romina


Breeder – Niko Detlef, Westfehmarn
Contender is proving to be one of the most influential sons of Calypso II – who was himself an important transmitter of the genetic heritage of Cor de la Bryère. Calypso II was an advanced level showjumper with Michael Rüping, before retiring to stud where he sired a number of good jumping horses, and also several top line dressage competitors.
Contender is out of the Ramiro daughter, Gofine who was in turn by the great Thoroughbred sire, Ladykiller (Her line goes: Ramiro x Ladykiller xx x Heidkrug x Loretto-First-Mirza-Rudolf-Defregger-Justinus-Achill-Fritz).
Gofine produced several top showjumpers including the international performer Ulina (by Chicago) who competed with Susanne Behring, as well as Largo, Frechdachs and Florenza.
Bred to Caletto I, Gofine produced Cornetto in 1989, who went on to be reserve champion of his stallion approval. A daughter of Gofine produced the stallions, Cassandro I & II. Cassandro I was a Danish Show champion, and as a gelding, was a successful jumper with Jerry Smit. Gofine's daughter, M-Loreen (by Leander) when bred to Caletto I, produced two international competitors: Fine Kiss (Michel Robert) and Caliskan (Candice King).
Contender won the 1987 Adelheidsdorf stallion performance test with a jumping index of 146.62. He went on to be the 1-b main premium vice-champion in Oldenburg on the basis of his excellent first crop of foals.He is now one of the most sought after stallions in Germany today. He has produced 80 approved sons, and 59 state premium mares including Riconda who won the Elite Mare Show at Rastede in 1993. As of 2006, in Holstein, Oldenburg, Hannover and Rhineland, Contender has produced 782 registered mares, 498 successful offspring in the sport.
Contender spent his first three years at stud in Oldenburg before moving to Holstein. An impressive number of his first foals went on to international careers: Niko (Geoff Billington). Copa d’Oro (Yves Houtackers) and Maria Callas (Ben Schröder) – there is also Herbert Blöcker’s eventer, Chicoletto.
Contender sons include: Cantos (KWPN, damsire, Goodtimes), Koriander (Moltke I), Canabis Z (Silvester), Chellano Z (Cor de la Bryère), and Oldenburg performance test champion, Contango (exported to the USA), Continue, Caius, Clinton, Calvador, Camiros (1994 approval winner), Concerto I and II, Coleo and Concetto.
Contender has dominated German breeding values for many years now and continues to produce exciting young stallions like Contendro (premium stallion in the approval of 1999, and winner of the performance test at Adelheidsdorf the following year).Marco Kutscher is successfully riding three approved Contender sons in international sport: Contreo, Conterno Grande and Montender (German Champion of 2003, bronze medallist at the Athens Games and European Champion 2005). Toni Hassmann won the German Showjumping Derby with Collin, whilst Checkmate won on the Rider's Tour with Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum and was her ride at the European Championships.The licensed Holsteiner, Controe (out of Amalva by Aloube Z) has twice been runner up in major classes at CSIs in Stockholm and Amsterdam. Another Contender, the 2004 world champion of sires, Con Spirito R (dam, Galaune by Caletto I) is based in Switzerland at the Ruetimann Stud, and has been successfully competed by Theo Muff - he too is proving a handy sire.

Contender’s influence spreads throughout Germany, with his two sons, Cordobes I & II acquired by the Westfalien stud stud at Warendorf. Cordobes I was the winner of his performance test in 1998 – scoring almost exactly the same jumping score as his celebrated sire, 146.29!

Contender was ranked third in the list of the world's best showjumping sires in 2004.

According to Thomas Mohr, the director of the Maas J. Hell stallion station, like all good stallions, Contender needs 'his' type of mare:
“He has proven what he has for the breed, he gives lots of power. He is the sire of many horses on the international showjumping scene. He is a great stallion, you either like him or you don’t like him, but he has set his footmark.He is comparable to Grannus in Oldenburg, or Pilot in Westphalia, but he needs a special mare, a blood type mare. Each stallion needs a special mare.”
“That’s the problem with the hobby breeders – if they have a good mare, they want to breed her to Contender, but everybody knows it doesn’t fit, because the mare is heavy. That’s the difference with the older breeders, you can say to them, ‘don’t do that’, and they take the advice.”

As one of the 'big three' stallions in Holstein, Contender is limited to a book of 350 mares a year - and last year over 700 applications were received

 

Indoctro

Indoctro #2 Stallion for Producing Jumpers in Germany!
The ranking list of best jumping horse producers of Germany is published. Indoctro is
high placed in this ranking. In the ranking of the Holsteiner studbook, Indoctro is the 2nd
best producer of jumping horses, close behind Carthago Z. Over all of Germany, Indoctro is
placed 5th in this ranking. Indoctro is the best Dutch approved stallion in the German list.

  • Indoctro is Holland's most promising stallion at this moment

  • He already has 2 approved sons, No Limit and Orame, stallion test champions and scored very high on jumping.

  • Extremely good looking and great jumping ability combined with the best Holstein bloodlines.

  • Capitol = capacity ,Caletto II = elasticity & careful, Calypso = movement

  • Indoctro was performance champion with top marks for his jumping. He was champion of the 4 year olds jumping Championship and champion of the Stallion Competition and placed in the final of the 5 year old jumping horses Championship.

  • Indoctro was 6th at the World Championships 6 year old horses.

  • Was placed in his first 1.30m competitions 6th, 3rd and 1st.

  • His foals were judged as being extremely good and one was sold in an auction for $25,000.

Indoctro Sire of Aurora, Zenith, and Bravo

INDOCTRO keur is the #1 producing sire of jumpers in the USA and in HOLLAND!

 

Breeder: G. Hansen (Germany)

 

 

 

Corporal

 

 

Capitano

Retina

 

Capitol I

 

Maximus

 

 

Folia

Vase

Indoctro

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cor de la Bryère

 

 

Caletto II

Deka

 

Vanessa VII

 

Calypso I

 

 

Orgesch

Iris 6 (Sherry Netherland xx)

Here is yet another successful cross of the two Holstein C lines – combining the power of Capitol I and the carefulness of Cor de la Bryère. Indoctro however is more than just an impressive pedigree, he was an international jumping star with Ulrich Kirchhoff before settling down to a stellar breeding career at the famed VDL stud of Weipke van der Lageweg.
To date, Indoctro has produced more than ten licensed sons, including international performers, No Limit, Nassau, Montreal and Maserati, as well as Oramé, Sheraton, Nothing to Lose and Nirvana.
Star competition horses include Meatloaf (Jeroen Dubbeldam), Hertel Nero (Sander Ubachs), Nobel (Maikel van der Vleuten), VDL Ocinthe (Gianni Giovani), Casadora (Lauren Hough), Youp (Lesley Howard), VDL Orestus (Peter Erikson) and Minka’s Diamond (Emile Tacken). His son, Run DMC won the 2003 World Young Jumping Horse 7 Year old championship before being sold at the PSI auction. In the United States, Indoctro is number 1 on the USET list of showjumping stallions, and in Germany he ranks second on the index.
Indoctro is a mix of the power C line – Capitol, and the careful C line of Cor de la Bryère, with the added influence of one Cottage Son’s most influential sons, Consul, and the refining influence of the Thoroughbred, Sherry Netherland. Sherry Netherland’s sire Montaval carries the blood of Bay Ronald through Teddy, as well as the influence of Nearco, and on his dam line, the enormously influential Phalaris. Indoctro’s dam sire, Caletto II is the sire of Olympic gold medallist, Classic Touch. Indoctro has two full brothers, National Guard (Fahad Al Geaid) and the French based licensed stallion, C-Indoctro II.

Orame Bay, born 1996, 1.70m
approved: KWPN.


P
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INDOCTRO

CAPITOL I

CAPITANO

FOLIA

VANESSA VII H

CALETTO II

ORGESCH H

IRAMEE ELITE

G.RAMIRO Z pref

RAIMOND

VALINE H

ALUETTE H

H.ALNE Z

FALKENEHRE H

 

  • Indoctro - Ramiro - Alme.

  • Sire and both grandsires jumped internationally.

  • Bred with the best performance blood with stallions like Cor de la Bryere, Capitol, Caletto II, Ramiro, Alme and the rising star Indoctro in his pedigree.

  • The story of his father, Indoctro, you already read in this brochure. Orame's mother, Iramee, is an Elite mare and received a good maternal report and is bred just like Ratina Z, Ramiro x Alme's daughter. Besides Ratina Z, the stallions Ramiro and Alme, combine to produce more top horses like Rinetou Z, Jalisco, Galoubet, Renate La Silla, Robin Z, etc.

  • Orame became Champion of the Stallion Selection in Den Bosch at the age of 3 and is a stallion with a lot of presence, quality and good gaits.

  • Orame became Champion of the Stallion Test with high marks for the basic gaits and the jumping sub-divisions. Orame seems to be a real all-round horse and received a very good test report, which says that he is very talented not only as a dressage horse but also as a showjumper and that he jumps with scope, good technique, a lot of power and is very careful.

  • Orame is the first stallion to become Champion in the Stallion Selection and in the Stallion Test!
    Orame performed very well in the Stallion Competition and placed very
    high several times.He ended as Vice Champion.

  • Orame, the Champion who has everything: best breeding, best exterior and the best Stallion Tests

 
   
Stud-book of birth
Verband D.Zuechter D Oldenburger Pferdes
Stud-book of reproduction Factor SF B
Color Bai
Born in 1999
Cut 1.71 m
Seed available in
Cooled and frozen
Tariff 1000 €

One of prefer of crowd, has all her appearances. With a maximum elasticity in its paces, it achieved an excellent test of performance of standard, rewarded with the excellent notes for 9,5 and 10 for the jump by the foreign judges. It continued its sporting career in a style supreme by gaining several tests considered on the style and abilitée up to the level “M”. It gained final qualificative young championship horses with a note of 9,2, and with final it was one of the four best standards approves in Germany.

His/her father, Baloubet of the Wheel, currently one of the best standards at the international level (gold medal to the 2004 Olympics has Athens, triples champion of the world, victorious of multiple GP), has an exceptional pedigree - large Galoubet father is the wire of famous Almé. Dimensioned maternal, Balou of the Wheel is directly attaches to the founder of the lines, Cor of Bryere, Holstein, through Rantzau. The similarity can be seen in the style and the aptitude for the jump of Balou de Rouet. His/her mother, Georgia, are by more in more popular son of Contender, Continue. Again, Balou of the Wheel, stresses its dominant quality of producer in the type, elegance and movement with many foalta in various auction sales. This year, we impatiently wait to see his offspring with their first approvals. Its first batch of products confirmed their quality with approvals. One as of its sons by a mare by Sandro, was the standard precedes expensive with Oldenburg approvals has Vechta.

Balou of the Wheel

Terms and conditions.


 



name: Balou du Rouet

born: 1999

colour: Bay

height: 170 cm

sire: Baloubet du Rouet
dam: Continue

breeding area: Oldenburg

approved in:
Oldenburg, OL-International, Hannover, Rheinland, Westfalia, South German association, Zangersheide, Sweden, Italy, France

stud fee: € 1.000,00




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Description:


Oldenburger Silver Medallist 2005
One of the best German horses in his age group


A favourite with the crowds at all of his appearances. Equipped with maximum elasticity in his gaits, he completed an excellent Stallion Performance Test awarded with the top marks of 9.5 and 10.0 for jumping by the ‘foreign’ judges. He has continued his sporting career in supreme style, winning several classes judged on style and ability up to “M level”. He won the final qualification at the German Young Horse Championships with the top score of 9.2 and in the final was one of the four best approved stallions in Germany. Sire Baloubet du Rouet, currently one of the most successful jumping stallions on the international stage (individual gold medallist at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, three-times World Cup Champion in a row, winner of many Grand Prix’s), has an exceptional pedigree. Grand sire Galoubet is son of the great stallion Almé. On the dam’s side, Balou du Rouet is directly related to the founder of the bloodline “Cor de la Bryere” from Holstein through Rantzau. The similarity can be seen in Balou du Rouet’s jumping style and ability. His stunning dam Georgia is by the increasingly popular Contender son, Continue. Once again, Balou du Rouet emphasises his dominant quality as a producer in type, elegance and movement with numerous foals at many different auctions. This year we look forward to seeing his offspring at their first approvals. His first crop of youngsters confirmed their quality at the approvals; one of his sons out of a Sandro mare was the most expensive premium stallion at the Oldenburg Approvals in Vechta.

 

 

 

 

Baloubet du Rouet

Baloubet de Rouet- Individual Olympic Gold Medallist, Triple World Cup Champion and winner of many International Grand Prix's.

Breeding

His sire Galoubet A, who is ranked 10th. in the WBFSH top sires of jumping of the last ten years 1992/2001, was a renowned French showjumper. He won the five year old Championship in France in 1977, The French Championships in 1979, the team World Championships in Dublin in 1982 and finishing either 1st. or 2nd. in 19 Grand Prix Championships. He has gone on to be a highly influential sire of sport horses with over 30 competing at international level. He is the sire of such as famous stallions as Touchdown, whose most prominent current competing mare is Liscalgot, member of Irish Nations Cup team, Quick Star, Skippy II and Caloubet du Rouet as well as the subject. His dam, Messange du Rouet, was jumped as a four year old winning eight times and as a five year old, winning five times. She went on to become a well known broodmare at the Du Rouet Stud, producing such as Unadore du Rouet. Baloubet’s dam sire, Starter, stood at the French National Stud and sired 14 approved stallion sons and is a noted sire of broodmares His Granddam, Badine, has produced such notable offspring as Globule, Hardi du Rouet and Quick du Rouet. His Great Grand Dam Pearl du Norval has also produced Aurore du Rouet HN, Milady du Rouet, dam of Quatoubet du Rouet, Guadin du Rouet and Asdor du Rouet, dam of Caloubet du Rouet, to name but a few.

Performance

His rise to fame began early at the age of seven when he became French Champion. An incredible competition record followed under the rides of Nelson and Rodrigo Pessoa. Baloubet du Rouet is the only horse ever to win three World Cup finals in a row: Helsinki 1998, Gothenberg 1999 and Las Vegas 2000. In the World Cup final held at Gothenberg 2001, he was runner-up, having tied for first place after three days jumping with Tinka’s Boy losing by just 4 faults in the jump off. No horse has achieved such a record in the World Cup series, 3 wins and two seconds in 5 consecutive years. To add to this magnificent record, he won team bronze medal at the 2001 Sydney Olympics and many Grand Prix and Nations Cups. In 2003 Baloubet won Grand Prix’s at Balve and S- Hertogenbosh . He was also successful in 1.50m and 1.55m classes at Verona, Bremen and Calgary.In 2004 Baloubet had another extremerly succesful year, winning Grand Prix’s at Bordeaux, Geneva and Paris Bercy. He also had another 12 top 3 placings on the international circuit including the gold medal at the 2004 Olympic Games.

Progeny

Baloubet produces big, strong, athletic stock who inherit their sire's great jumping ability, together with his unique, bold outlook. He is sure to produce offspring of world class, being from such a strong stallion line. He is great demand worldwide by the top breeders and his offspings are achieving substantial prices at sales.

Pedigree

Galoubet A

Alme

Ibrahim

Girondine

Viti

Nystag

Ida de Bourgoin

Messange du Rouet

Starter

Rantzau xx

Karionnaise

Badine

Bel Avenir

Perie de Norval

Balou Du Rouet

 

- Continue - Domino

 

Baloubet du Rouet, actually successful as jumping stallion at international level (3 times following world champion , winner of a lot of grand prices, lately winner of the world cup of Geneva, etc …) has an exceptional pedigree.
                                          

http://www.horsemagazine.com/BREEDINGBARN/GREAT_STALLIONS/baloubet/baloubet.html

 

Baloubet du Rouet

Galoubet A Alme
Viti
Mesange du Rouet Starter
bandine
Georgia Continue Contender
Felici
Georgette II Domino
Georgette

Baloubet du Rouet

 

 

Baloubet du Rouet Born 1989, 173 cm
Breeder - L. Fardin

Stallion of the stable Paul Schockemöhle presenting showing beautiful lines and a capacity to jump. Sportive typed stallion with perfect gaits and an excellent jump capacity. At his first presentation he was to be public’s favourite. He ended the tests with exceptional performances and received notes of 9,5 and 10,0 from the foreign juries. His father Baloubet du Rouet, actually successful as jumping stallion at international level (3 times following world champion , winner of a lot of grand prices, lately winner of the world cup of Geneva, etc …) has an exceptional pedigree. Galoubet is the son of the famous stallion ALME. At mother’s side he belongs to the “Cor de la Bryère” lineage.

Baloubet du Rouet, actually successful as jumping stallion at international level (3 times following world champion , winner of a lot of grand prices, lately winner of the world cup of Geneva, etc …) has an exceptional pedigree.

Description:
The crowds favourite at all his appearances. His gaits are equipped with maximum elasticity and completing an excellent Stallion Performance Test, he was awarded top marks for jumping, 9.5 and 10.0 by the ‘foreign judges'. He promptly won his first jumping competition with ease. His impressive rideability is of great importance for his future development in his sporting and breeding career. Sire Baloubet du Rouet, at the moment one of the most successful jumping stallions on the international stage (three-times World Cup Champion in a row, winner of many Grand Prix’s, recent winner of the Top-Ten-Finals in Geneva), has an exceptional pedigree. Grandsire Galoubet is son of the great stallion Almé. On the dam’s side, through Rantzau, he is directly related to the founder of the bloodline ”Cor de la Bryere” from Holstein, the likeness can be seen in Balou du Rouet’s jumping style and ability. His stunning dam, Georgia is by the increasingly popular Contender son, Continue. He emphasises his dominant quality as a producer in type, elegance and movement with numerous foals, who at various auctions have all been sold for above-average prices. Balou du Rouet, our promising prospect for this year’s National Young Horse Championships.

Approved in: Oldenburg, OL-International, Rheinland, Westfalia, Southern German associations, Zangersheide, Sweden

      Ibrahim
    Almé Girondine
  Galoubet A   Nystag
    Viti Ida de Bourgoin
Baloubet du Rouet      
      Rantzau xx
    Starter Kaironnaise
  Mesange du Rouet   Bel Avenir
    Badine Perle de Norval

Approved: Selle Français, Belgian Warmblood, Holstein and Hannover
Like his sire, Galoubet, Baloubet du Rouet was first and foremost a star in the competition ring. Galoubet ridden by Gilles-Bertran de Ballanda, was a member of the mighty French showjumping team for many years – while his son has been the mainstay of the Brazilian team, with Rodrigo Pessoa, in a career that has even out-shone that of his sire!
Baloubet was a finalist in the French Showjumping Championships as a six year old, and at the age of seven became French showjumping champion. At the age of nine, the chestnut stallion teamed up with young Rodrigo, and the pair of them proceeded to win three World Cup Finals in a row, 1998, 1999, 2000, and narrowly missed out of a fourth in 2001!
As a stallion, Baloubet’s influence extends right across Europe. Although he commenced his career in France, he is now very popular in Germany, Belgium and Holland as well, and his sons are represented in numerous breed societies.
Baloubet’s story begins in rural France, at Juilley, between Avanches and Rennes, when Louis Fardin senior, purchased his ‘Grand Rouet’ farm in 1920. Back then his horses were honest toilers in the field not sporthorses. It wasn’t until his son, Louis took over the farm that thoughts turned to performance horse breeding, and in the sixties, he purchased his first sporthorse broodmare, and with his first try, struck gold.
The mare was Perle de Norval, born in 1959, by the Thoroughbred, Rantzau out of Hautesse by Bouton d’Or out of Rigolette, a half Thoroughbred mare by Vingt Mai.
Rigolette produced 13 foals, including Jivaty (born 1953) by Ultimate xx, who was the dam of Quidam V (1960, by Rantzau) who competed in all three disciplines for Italy. Jivaty bred to Ibrahim produced another international competitor, Norvale (1957) and mated with Bel Avenir, produced the Belgian international, Venise de Brion. Jivaty’s son, Arabel (1966, by Bel Avenir) became a state stud stallion.
Another daughter of Rigolette, Fabienne (born in 1949 and by either Hedjaz or Vert Galant) bred to the famed Thoroughbred, Furioso, produced Futuro (1966) who stood at Ludwig Kathmann’s stallion station in Oldenburg. Futuro is best known as the sire of Liz Edgar’s star of the early 80’s – Forever, winner of the Grand Prix and Nations Cup at Aachen, and twice winner of the Hickstead Grand Prix.
Yet another daughter of Rigolette, Hautesse (1951, by Bouton d’Or) had two foals by the Thoroughbred, Rantzau (best known outside of France as the sire of Cor de la Bryère) Quolobet IV who was a serviceable competitor, and M. Fardin’s pearl, Perle de Norval.
When purchased, Perle de Norval was in foal to Rêveur, and produced the filly Aurore du Rouet, and the suffix was used for the first time.
Perle de Norval produced 13 foals, two became State Stallions, Gandin (1972, by Nankin) and Kiva du Rouet (1976, by Et Hop AA), although neither made much of an impact. She produced two competent performers in Hilda (1973, by Nankin) and Lutin (1977, by Quastor) however her two most important foals were Badine (the only one without the suffix) born in 1967 by Bel Avenir, and Milady du Rouet, born in 1978 and by Quastor.
It was Milady’s first foal, Quatoubet, who put ‘Grand Rouet’ on the European breeding map. Ridden by Roger-Yves Bost, Quatoubet was second in the Aachen Grand Prix, before being campaigned by Nelson Pessoa, and ending his career with the young Olivier Guillon. Quatoubet won over a million French francs before retiring to the life of a state stud stallion. Quatoubet with limited opportunities has produced two international performers, Flanagan, with Laurent Goffinet and Ivoire and François Mathy.
Louis Fardin had become a shareholder in the stallion, Galoubet A, and bred to him, Milady produced Caloubet du Rouet (1990) who was an international star with Jean-Marc Nicolas, before enlisting in the service of the state, and retiring to stud.
In all, Milady produced 18 foals before retiring in 2002.
Her full-sister, Bardine, produced 20 foals, eight at the studfarm of Philippe Dugué who purchased her in 1984. She produced some fine broodmares, and worthy competitors in all three disciplines, but her place in history rests with her daughter, Mésange de Rouet, the dam of Baloubet.
Mésange, born in 1978, is by the Rantzau, son, Starter, and is therefore linebred to Rantzau. Starter was out of Kaironnaise by Jus de Pomme. He is described by Jean Delannoy, in the Annuaire du Cheval de Sport et d’Elevage 2000 (for information on this invaluable French annual breeding guide, in French and English, contact river@magic.fr ) ‘slightly flat, his and hocks were curbed, but he was very chic, had an excellent pedigree, and possessed magnificent hindquarters with excellent thigh descent. He was not only a very good stallion, but was also a remarkable sire of dams (Ranked 3rd in 1986-87-95, 1st in 1988-89-93 and 4th in 1990-94).’
Mésange was herself a successful competitor in 4 and 5 year old competition. Her first foal, Unadore du Rouet, was by Eric Navet’s Olympic jumper, J’T’Adore. Unadore was a good sport horse with Jean-Marc Nicolas and Olivier Guillon.

 

Starter


Mésange had a foal every three years. The next one was Baloubet by Starter, followed by his full sister, El Ira du Rouet, Mésange’s only daughter, who became a brood mare.
(for this history of the maternal line of Baloubet, I am indebted to Marc Verrier, whose excellent article, A Miracle of line breeding, appeared in the December 04/January 05 edition of Z magazine. For info - www.zangersheide.com )


Nelson Pessoa and Baloubet in the 6 year old class at Fontainebleau in 1995


Nelson Pessoa carefully brought along Baloubet on the French stallion circuit for Young Horses, winning the 7 year old stallion test at Fontainebleau in 1997 before gently beginning international competition. He decided to give the horse to his son Rodrigo – not that the gift was much appreciated!
According to Rodrigo: “When I saw Baloubet getting out of the lorry I said to myself ‘what on earth is that thing?’ He was gangling and uncoordinated. We made him jump but no more, he was too green. The next day, just to clear our conscience we had another look at him. Well I did, because my father insisted. And I was stunned. All the mistakes he had been making the day before had vanished. He had been thinking things over in the night, and had found the answers. It was unbelievable. A really unusual intelligence which is still working well for me today in competition.”
(quoted in Galoubet A, The Cultural Revolution, by Pascal Renauldon, in Annuaire Monneron 2003 – for information on this French/English annual performance horse review, river@magic.fr ).
Just one year later, Rodrigo and Baloubet won in Göteborg, Paris Bercy, Falsterbo and Donnaueschingen, and a remarkable career was underway. Although the horse may have had his disappointments, notably at the Sydney Games and Jerez WEG, six years later, in 2004, they are still going strong winning in Geneva, Calgary, Aachen, Hardenberg, Paris Bercy and Bordeaux.
Baloubet is already the sire of two stallions bred by Paul Schockemöhle – Balou Grande Z and Balou du Rouet. Balou Grande Z was the winner of the 30-day stallion test at Neustadt/Dosse in 2002.

 

Goodtimes

Goodtimes has influenced the world of International Dressage. His son, Lucky Times, was Champion of the Pavo Cup twice and is now successfully competing and winning at Grand Prix. Kennet W was the 2006 Reserve Champion of the Dutch Young Riders and the winner of the Team Gold Medal at the European Championship for Young Riders. Goodtimes is also the damsire of the dressage stallion, VDL Prestige, and is listed in the USDF Dressage Sires via his Horse of the Year offspring. Goodtimes is known to produces offspring with good movement, lots of carrying power from behind, good jump, and beautiful types. Goodtimes has sired multiple approved sons, including Kalusha, Kenwood, Timeless, Londontimes and Sydney.

Name: GOODTIMES

Rijpaardtype

Performance

Performance 1991
Intelligent, friendly, attentive, playful, honest, good humored, and impertinent in a pleasant way. He was saddle broke at the start of the test. He has a great deal of power and suppleness with strong use of the hindleg. The walk is more than sufficient. The trot is more than sufficient and is sufficiently carried with a lot of knee action. The canter is well carried, elastic and big. He has a good take-off in jumping, good leg technique, good bascule, a lot of scope; he pays attention to the jump. He does very well in cross-country. He makes strong demands on his rider in order to get good results. He gives an average feeling in dressage and a very good feeling in jumping. Work is easy for him and he is very willing to work. He has sufficient talent for dressage and a great deal of talent for jumping. He was in good condition upon arrival and remained that way. Good stall behavior.

 

  Listed in the USDF Dressage Sires since he is producing Horse of the Year offspring!  This fabulous stallion produces offspring with good movement, lots of carrying power from behind, good jump and often the nice coloring of a pretty bay with socks.  If you like a shorter back in a stallion and a fun personality, this is the sire for you.  Goodtimes is one of the most bred stallions in Holland and also for frozen semen.  They are highly successful.

Goodtimes is an all around breeding stallion having sired many champion offspring who excel at dressage as well as jumping.

 

A stallion with excellent gaits. He was a show jumper himself at the Z level and was Champion at  3 years old at Ermelo for the stallion approvals. His offspring are jumping on National and International top levels. Goodtimes has more approved sons and is the sire of more Champion foals and Champion mares . Not only he has jumping genes to give through but also on the dressage level he certainly  is a top producer. His son Lucky Times has won the Championship of the Pavo cup for  4 and 5 years old and is now successful  at Prix St George. Goodtimes produces horses for Dressage, Jumping and Keuringen.
Dressage index 2002: 128
Jumping index   2002: 129    

 Goodtimes (Nimmerdor) belongs to one of the most successful suppliers of selection horses and is further remarkable for a number of products in the dressage and showjumping sport such as Lucky Times, Gabanta, Kris and Kalusha. Dam Sas, like the successful international showjumping horse Shutterfly (Meredith Beerbaum), is a product of Silvio I. The dam’s line goes back via the showjumping horse progenitors Libero H, Cavalier, Le Mexico and Pericles xx to the mare Elmi (Waldo) from NL mares line 046. Elmi has also formed the baisis for the international showjumping horses Florence (Voltaire), Jente (Damiro B) and Calgary’s T (Le Mexico) as well as the KWPN stallion Ulft.

KWPN
Nimmedor X Caletto I

Goodtimes is by the legendary Nimmerdor. His dam Zigeunerin(Hols) scored a high 90 in her IBOP. On her sire's side we find Caletto I a full brother to Caletto II ridden by the German team.

Goodtimes was Champion of his stallion testing and has several approved sons. He has also sired many Champion foals and mares and in 1996/97 he was the top sire of the UTV mares. His son Lucky times was the Champion of the Pavo cup at age 4 and 5. He also has many offspring successfully competing at international level jumping like: Audi Mr Lopez, Luwanda Lowlands, Lavendel, Kluivert, Tilders Gabanta, London times, and Kenwood. VDL Kalusha placed in several Grand prix's and came in 2nd in the Derby of Eindhoven. Kris Kentaur won the Europen young riders championship and his son Lorenzo won the Pan Am Championship for 7 yr old horses.

Goodtimes was champion colt at the Benelux Championship in Lanaken.

He scored 9 for jumping under saddle, crosscountry, and temperament.


Gootimes scores....
Walk 7.5 Trot 7.5 Canter 8.5 Free jumping 8.5 show jumping 9, cross country 9 character 9 stable behaviour 9

 training report 9. He was 1st place out of 24 stallions at the testing. He is a favorite to work with at VDL. Just really nice.

Goodtimes is an impressive stallion, who became champion of the performance test of his year. He is an allround breeding stallion, who produces show-worthy horses for jumping and dressage.
The progeny of Goodtimes jump at national and international competitions at the highest levels, like Audi´s MR. Lopez, Lowanda, Lavendel, Kluivert and Paljas.
Obelix became with Antonio Maurer champion of the 7 year olds of Mexico, and 3rd of the championship of all America. Also progeny like Lancer, Tilders Gabanta, London Times, Kenwood and Hildons Cacharel are placed in multiple Grand Prix'. VDL Kalusha became 2nd at the Derby of Eindhoven and Kris Kentauer won the European Championship Young Riders. 

Kris Kentauer was placed multiple times at Grand Prix with Piet Raymakers. Lorenzo won the Pan Am championship for 7 year olds and is also placed for Grand Prix and Fabius with his young rider A. Bond were at the Olympic trials in de USA the youngest participating combination. His son Lifetime was three times ´Hunter of the Year´.

The fact that Goodtimes also breeds dressage horses, has been proven by Lucky Times. He won the PAVO cup as a 4 and as a 5 year old, and now starts at Grand Prix level with Anne van Uytert. Kennet W, winner of European Team Gold at the European Championship Young Riders is currently an emerging dressage talent in the Light Tour with Jenny Schreven.

Goodtimes produces many 'ster'- and 'keur' mares who compete at national and international level. In 2002, Goodtimes' offspring became champion of Noord - Holland. In 2003 the  champion of Noord - Brabant and in 2004 the champion of Limburg. In 2004, he had no less than 5 three year old daughters appointed for the national mare show. 

He has currently multiple approved sons, like Kalusha, Kenwood, Timeless, Londontimes en Sydney.

 

See Goodtimes jumping below!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxeK2lGrm90&feature=player_embedded

Wahnfried-Goodtimes maternal granddam 

The VDL stud owned KWPN stallion Good Times (Nimmerdor x Caletto) has gone into retirement in England. John Drake and Pat Ruck will put the stallion up at their stable in Coventry where he will go into the field there and will be used for breeding only limitedly. Due to his age, the amount of his semen has decreased though the quality is still good. The now 19-year old Good Times was the stallion performance test champion and was a true allround horse. His most famous dressage offspring are the Grand Prix horse and Pavo Cup winner Lucky Times and the young riders horse Kennet W. He has three licensed offspring with the KWPN: Kenwood, Kalusha and Londontimes. Good Times will be joined by another VDL stallion Hattrick (Ahorn x L Ronald) who also moves to Drake's stud in England.

Dutch stallion owner http://eurodressage.com/news/happen/2007/may2.html

Afstamming:
Nimmerdor Farn Fax I
Dorette H
Ramonaa Koridon xx
Friedhilde II
Zigeunerin
Caletto I Cor de la Bryère
Deka H
Krokus H
Wahnfried
Rugia H

Calletto II

The Holsteiner stallion Caletto II amazingly only stood for FOUR seasons prior to dying from an unfortunate accident.  Caletto II was acclaimed Champion of his stallion licensing in 1980. He was considered to be the perfect Holsteiner type. He also showed wonderful jumping technique, and later proved this in the show jumping ring with Herbert Bloeker, where the stallion won many tests for riding horses. At a regional show in September 1984, after being proclaimed best in the show, Caletto II was waiting to go into the arena, when he reared up, fell over and regrettably broke his neck at nearly 7 years of age! Just how great a loss the untimely death of Caletto II was , has been shown by the fact that he was ranked 16th in the standings for ten consecutive years, with his two megastar offspring, Operette La Silla and Jewel's Classic Touch contributing the bulk of the points. Calletto II's son Caretino jumped internationally with Bo Kristoffersen and later with Ludger Beerbaum.  The Holsteiner Stallion Caretino is also the dam sire of Candillo Junior as well as the sire of Cheenook who is the sire of the stamm 18B1 Holsteiner mare Meggie.

Caletto II left behind a number of stallion sons in only four years of covering. These include Cantus, Caretino, Corleone,Cascadeur, Calvin, Cadillac, Cellebrio, Calgary, Chamonix and Calwahn. Calletto II is also remarked to pass athletic prowness through his daughters. Classic Touch became Olympic champion under Ludger Beerbaum in 1992 in Barcelona.  He had 13 approved sons and 91 approved daughters.

Wahnfred, in Goodtimes Maternal Damline

 

LUPICOR H

Lux Z Lord Calando Lord
Perra
Apocalypte
Z H
Ahorn Z
Sanntona
Jourdette S keur Pilot Pilatus
Gratia H
Facordette ster pref prest Cor de la Bryere
Zadete ster

LUX Z x PILOT x COR DE LA BRYERE x GONDELIER
KWPN 95.596, 1.73 m, bay, 1995
Breeder: E.H. Schroembges, Swolgen

Lupicor H was approved as a two year´s old stallion at the Westfalan studbook where he was available for breeding before returning to Stal de Wiemselbach at the end of 2001. This talented son of Lux Z competed very successfully in the Dutch stallion competitions, and after his convincing performances in 's-Hertogenbosch and Ermelo, he was also accepted by the KWPN. His sire, Lux Z, was bred at Zangersheide Stud Farm and claimed many victories in his international sports career with Italian rider Jerry Smit. This combination also participated in the Sydney Olympics and won the Pulsar Crown competitions of both Valkenswaard and Cannes.

Lupicor H is a product of the successful breeding line of the Schroembges family where he was bred out of 'keur' awarded Jourdette S, a daughter of the Westphalian showjumping horse progenitor Pilot. Jourdette S made a worthy career for herself in showjumping, competing at national and international levels. The mare has an excellent technique and is very careful as well. The KWPN approved stallion Pitcher S, who jumps the national competitions, is a full brother to Jourdette S. The same female line also produced the international showjumper El Padrino (Jasper) ridden by Hansueli Sprunger and the KWPN stallion Lester (Lancer II).

Lupicor H's first offspring in Westfalen already includes his son Lenardo, who was the reserve champion at his performance test in Westfalen. In addition, Lupicor H showed a collection of above average offspring which, without exception, possess excellent movements and very convincing jumping manners. 

 

Lux Z SIRE OF LUPICOR

Lux Z has an amazing natural ability to jump, which is reflected in his remarkable approval by the KWPN, Zangersheide, Hanoverian and Holstein studbooks. His consistency as a showjumper is shown by his outstanding competition history to date.

Breeding

Lord Calando is the winner of different model and aptitude competitions and is the son and cousin of two of the best Holstein producers Lord and Calando respectively Lord has many progeny in high level competition including the famous Livius, winner of the Hamburg Derby and in the Olympic Games in 1984, L’Eperon, Lord Z, Lord Caletto and Aegon’s Lordon. Apocalypte Z is the daughter of Ahorn Z, the son of the famous Almé. Ahorn Z competed internationally as did his graded sons Acord I, Amaro, Antares and Aar. He also has a number of other progeny which have jumped with success such as Lord Arico, Acapulco and Dobel’s Gettina. Heureka was a Grand Prix winner in Aquisgrana and has been the founder of the family of the Breeding Zangersheide. She is also the grand dam of the famous Ratina Z, winner of the team Gold and individual Silver at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, winner of the World Cup in 1993, the team Gold at the World Championships in 1994 and the team Gold at the Atlanta Olympics in 1996.

Performance

Until 1998 he was ridden successfully at Grand Prix level by Jos Lansink and Ben Schröder, under which he was placed 2nd in the 1993 World Championships for young horses at Lanaken. He is currently being ridden by Jerry Smit he notched up several wins in 1999 including 3rd at the Hickstead Nations Cup, 1st at the Valkenswaard Grand Prix, 4th at the Calgary Grand Prix, and 2nd in the World Cup at Berlin. In 2000 Lux Z won an unprecedented £450,000 prize for winning two consecutive Grand Prix. And represented Italy with rider Jerry Smit at the Sydney Olympics. Lux Z is ranked 17th in the World Breeding Championships for Sporthorses based on his own winnings in 1998 and 1999.

Progeny

Lux Z not only produced foal class champions, mare class champions and FPP showjumping competition winners but also very promising sport horses. Products from his first season in Holstein are, amongst others, the international showjumpers Gazelle d 'Aubry (Thomas Voss), Lux Can Do It (Tobias Bachl) and Lagunas (Ben Schröder). From his first breeding season in the Netherlands, Lux Z supplied no less than five licensed sons, namely Lupicor-H (KWPN), Nobility (KWPN), Nagano (BWP), Niveau (KWPN) and Non Stop R (SZ). In addition to jumping ability, Lux Z also anchors his type and movements in his offspring.

Pedigree

Lord Calando

Lord

Ladykiller xx

Viota

Perra

Calando

Kerrin

Apocalypte Z

Ahorn Z

Alme Z

Heureka Z

Sanntona

Caletto I

Hedie


Birth Year: 1988
Colour:
Bay
Height:
16.2hh
Studbook:
Grade Approved:
KWPN, Holstein, Z, Hannovarian, Others on Request
Stud Fee:
£1100
Stud Terms: Oct 1st
Availability: Frozen
Printable Studcard

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Metall Pedigree

Sire: Ferro

Mother sire: Ramiro

color: black/brown

height: 1,70m (16-3 hands)

born: 1994

Approved: KWPN

 

Metall, is an extremely well shaped stallion, with his stunning conformation he belongs at the top in the Netherlands, which he passes on to his foals. Metall is a marvellous long necked stallion with a very beautiful head and very balanced movements. Metall is a stallion with a super character. The long lined foals of Metall show a lot of quality and refinement. They are built very uphill and have beautiful heads. Their movements are tactful and with much power in the hind legs. The front leg is very elevated and gracious. They have very supple backs. Metall has participated with a lot of success in the following stallion competitions:

  • first place at Groesbeek

  • second place at Hengelo

  • first place at Weert

  • reseve champion at the Finals in Den Bosch

At the Indoor Brabant Stallion with offspring examination Metall became champion. Metall is very interesting for breeders of both dressage and jumping horses because of his type, movements and his total breeding qualities.

 

 

 

Origins

Caletto I  is a son of the French sire Cor de la Bryere , who became a foundation sire in Holstein. His dam is the famous Deka, who produced 5 approved stallions: Gonzales (show jumping stallion with the highest winnings in 1980, very successful at stud), Caletto I, Caletto II (Champion Sire of 1980, very successful at stud), Lysander (as a 6-year-old successful in intermediate show jumping competitions, stallion approval in Switzerland) and Caletto III (the 1990 winner of intermediate show jumper competitions).
 

Performance Record

From 1981 to 1985 Caletto l was successfully competing in international show jumping competitions under his owner. In 1983
Caletto I was team bronze medalist at the European championships in Hickstead. In the same year he was the most successful German horse competing in Prix des Nations classes and the horse with the highest winnings at the CSIO in Geneva. In the same year he also won or was placed in the International Show Jumping Championships and the Grand Prix in Aachen, the Grand Prix of Switzerland, the Grand Prix of Calgary and the Grand Prix of Aachen again in 1984. In 1985 he won the first CSI in Stuttgart. In five years he won more than DM 100,000-more than any other German sire before him.
 

Breeding Record
 

From his first season at the Vornholz Stud in 1978 there is the approved stallion Cartusch. In 1979 and 1980 he stood in Dithmarschen, Holstein where he sired many premium- winning foals, several state premium mares and 3 approved stallions. One of them, Camaro, had a fatal accident at the age of 4, but he left outstanding sport horses in his only two crops. Only the younger one, Cantus, is still at the disposal of Holstein's breeders and very popular. Right from the start there has been a big demand for Caletto's progeny because of their extraordinary aptitude for jumping. (e.g.) state premium mare Carrara was sold through the Holstein auction for DM 75,000 to Brazil. Celio, Caletta and Cremona are further progeny who successfully compete abroad.

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Silvio

Dark bay, *Oldbg. 1987, tape measure 177 cm

**SIRE OF MARIE LOUISE ELITE AND SHUTTERFLY, ONE OF THE TOP JUMPERS IN THE WORLD!

SILVIO 1 has produced 13 licensed stallions 12 of them approved: Sergeant Pepper, Simba, Sir Landadel, Sterntänzer, Sesostris, Sinatra, Sir Lui, Sunday Boy, Silentio, Sir Holtrup, Sir Oliver H and Sunrise. There are 17 daughters who received an SP-award.

 

 

Silvio I was the winner of the Performance Test at Adelheidsdorf in 1990, with very high marks for his jumping ability. Silvio has been the sire of a number of impressive stallion sons including Sunrise, Sir Lui, Sir Holtrup, Sergeant Pepper and Spider Murphy.

Silvio is the most prominent representative of the "Sandro Dynasty" who is currently in great demand. He is known for passing on "type" qualities and natural performance abilities of a versatile nature.

His progeny are making headlines year on year: In 1996, Tettina became European Champion at the international mare show in Brussels. In 1998, Toviana became reserve Champion at the same event (in the individual rating and in the breed area rating).
Sir Louis was reserve champion in Oldenburg in 1995, in 1996 it was Sergeant Pepper, three times successful at German National Young Horse Championships and "Hauptprämien"-Champion (1998). Sterntänzer (alias Solo Player), a former top lot at the foal auction and award-winning stallion in 1998, was also twice successful at National Young Horse Championhips.

The biggest success in 1999 was achieved by Sternstunde: Reserve champion of 6-year-old jumping horses at the FEI World Breeding Championships in Zangersheide.
In 2001 it was Shutterfly who did credit to his sire. He took Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum to victory at the German Ladies Show Jumping Championship.

Silvio is recognised for lifetime for the Hanoverian Jumping Horse Breeding Programme.

SandroSicambre xx

Easter Gala xx



DuerteWahnfried
Velour

GelbkatzeGepardGotthard
Feretria


RhodedendronBallyboy xx
Rodenande IV
Approved for Oldenburg, Hanover, Hesse, Rhineland, Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Westphalia and Oldenburg-International.


Dark bay, *Oldbg. 1987, tape measure 177 cm

Super Shutterfly shines light on Meredith
There were standing ovations for native Californian Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum after her impressive win of the Budweiser World Cup aboard the best horse of the moment, the Hannoverian gelding Shutterfly. Meredith came to Vegas as the first leading lady of the FEI rankings. She has won major Grand Prix, gold medals with the German team at all the championships over the last eight years to secure her first individual title. Shutterfly (Silvio I x Forrest xx) knocked down only one rail over the four difficult courses in the small arena of the Thomas & Mack Center. What seemed to become a breathtaking jump-off between Shutterfly and Baloubet du Rouet ended in an anticlimax when the French stallion, ridden by Rodrigo Pessoa, dropped two rails in the final round on Sunday. Michael Whitaker and the 11-year old Dutch mare Portofino (Habsburg x Orthos) finished both rounds with only one time-penalty not allowing Shutterfly, as last starter, to drop one rail. But the very scopey jumping-bean jumped freely with his ears forward, attacking every fence like it was a fun game for him to clear the course and bring the title to Germany. Portofino was followed by the German mares Gitania (by Capitol I) and Lucie (by Landadel) tied for third. Kimberley Frey made the right choice not to start her mare Marlou at the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington. Frey saved her mare for the indoors to win the $150.000 GP in Charlotte as a warm up for Las Vegas. Frey became the highest placed rider for the home squad finishing fifth in the gambling capital of the world. Marlou, the 11 year old mare by 1996 gold medallist Jus de Pomme, is for sure one of the best jumper mares in the world at this time. The chestnut mare has the true type of a jumper, is quick, competitive, scopey with a beautiful technique. The crowd watching the jumping finals recognized her qualities and supported the mare and Kimberley every time they entered the ring. Illian, the 15-year old mount of Schuyler Riley, proved he belonged to the best by finishing in 12th position after the final round. The gelding by Zuidhorn was the world champion seven-year old in Lanaken, won the Invitational twice and jumped Vegas in his best form. This jumping final was maybe not the best represented by Dutch horses, but the results - finishing second, fifth and twelfth - were satisfying.

 


SANDRO

 

 

 

Prince Bio xx

 

 

Sicambre xx

Sif xx

 

Sacramento Song xx

 

Sayajirao xx

 

 

Easter Gala xx

Easter Day xx

Sandro

 

 

 

 

 

 

Waldenser xx

 

 

Wahnfried

Seglerin

 

Dürte

 

Duhnen

 

 

Velour

Falkenspitze

 

Born 1974, 171 cms - Breeder: Klaus Delef Harbeck

It is through Sandro that the blood of Sacramento Song lives on and daily grows more influential in both dressage and jumping breeding. Sacramento Song was a classically bred English Thoroughbred, who stood in Holstein from 1973 to his early death in 1979. He is described in Dr Dietrich Rossow’s Stallion Book of the Holsteiner Warmblood Breed as: "A classically bred, English Thoroughbred, with beautiful, smoothly harmonious topline. Beautiful head, rather low set on neck, impressive shoulder with good coupling to the croup. Well muscled, strong legs and feet, sufficient gaits. Tremendous jumping ability, very tight with front end and good with knees."
Dr Rossow was of the opinion that he bred: ‘Very good temperaments, keen, energetic dispositions, often rather hot. Stallions and geldings steadier in competition than mares, who were often ‘witchy’. Top jumper sire!’
Alas as a private stallion he was only sparingly used by the Holstein breeders to their later regret. By 1990 with progeny earnings of DM696,000 he was the 8th most successful post-war Thoroughbred sire in Germany! Sacramento Song had 31 competitors with placings, 29 of which were showjumpers. After his death three exceptional sons were licensed on the grounds of their competition results: Sympatico, Sacramento Son and Sandro.
Bent Neergaard is a very respected Danish breeder, he is also the man who ‘discovered’ Sandro.
"I first saw Sandro when he was two and an half years old. He was presented at the Holsteiner stallion selection and was not accepted. So with one of my friends we bought him and took him to Denmark. We presented him at the licensing and he was approved and then did a very good 100 days test. A couple of years later he went over to the famous eventing rider, Nils Haagensen. He did quite well with him, but he was probably better for showjumping, so he was handed over to my partner who took him jumping internationally."
"In Denmark, he was based at Fumen, but it wasn’t really the right place for him. There were a lot of old Oldenburger heavy horses – we thought it would be the right place for him but it wasn’t. Then he moved to the southern of Jutland, close to Germany, a Holsteiner area. He covered some Holsteiner mares and with them, he was really good. But still he wasn’t accepted all over Denmark – he only had a few progeny from the first years and it wasn’t easy to get him accepted by the breeding association or the breeders."
"He was sold to Paul Schockemöhle, and he understood the quality of the horse. There is quite a lot of Thoroughbred in this horse, and they can be a little bit loose in front, but it was a modern horse. I think he was ten years in advance of his time, even in Denmark. Schockemöhle could see exactly the potential of that horse, the modern type with long legs, good riding capability – and he mixed him with the right mares, the mares with the German ‘G’ blood. Now you can see Sandro blood in all the major breeding associations all over the world."
What caught your eye?
"I had been in the army for many years, and also worked with horses for many years. I liked lighter horses than most of the breeders in those days. I liked his eyes and his beautiful head, I liked this very fine looking horses – and I liked the blood also, I thought he could be a very good performance horse. In those days, the breeders didn’t look enough at performance, and I thought he would bring in some performance."
"In a stallion the most important thing is performance. But as a breeder you cannot sell horses unless you have good-looking horses. So you have to look for performance, for a good-looking horse, and you have to look for a horse that is very calm and good in the head as well. You cannot say ‘only performance’ or ‘only beautiful’ or ‘only temperament’ – you need all these things."
When he moved to Paul Schockemöhle’s stud, Sandro also met up with Franke Sloothaak who continued his jumping career for lifetime winnings of DM55,000.
As a sire, Sandro has also been a considerable success, with three of his progeny competing at the 1994 WEG in The Hague – Sandro Song (Ante Smlesa), Safari (Michael Abo) and Paradiso (Rolf-Göran Bengtsson). Sandro is the sire of more than 40 licensed sons, the most successful being Silvio 1 and II, Sandro Song, Sao Paulo, Sandro Boy and Salido Z.
Successful competitors include; Salido Z (Debbie Stepyhens), Sagrat (Guy Goosen), Sakrus (Debbie Winkler), Sympathico (Ersting-Engemann), Silas M (Yanix Elad), Sheila and Sundance Kid (Franke Sloothaak) and Santorin F (Fritz Fervers).
As a broodmare sire Sandro has also been exceptionally successful: Lasango (Kurt Reinacher), San Serai Funky Town (Björn Nagel), Lausano (René Tebbel), Risandro (Samantha McIntosh), Filias (Arnoldo Bologni), High Class (Royne Zettermann), Cappucino and Santa Fe (Marco Kutscher), Grand Soso (Markus Fuchs), Grand Soso II (Ulrik Kjaer) and High Stepper (Maria Gretzer) – all Grand Prix showjumpers, all out of daughters of Sandro.
Sandro Z is unique in that he is the only stallion son of the cross of Sacramento Song and Wahnfried – a cross that has also been very successful in producing dams of stallions. The stallions Lavell I and II, Atlantas Z and Campione, as well as international jumping horses, Cathleen (Meredith Beerbaum – then Michaels) and Zigeunerin (Rodrigo Pessoa) all came from that cross. Sandro’s dam, Dürte is the full sister of one of the most successful Puissance horses ever – Wabbs. Durte is also the dam of Harvey Smith’s Salvador.
Silvio I was the winner of the Performance Test at Adelheidsdorf in 1990, with very high marks for his jumping ability. Silvio has been the sire of a number of impressive stallion sons including Sunrise, Sir Lui, Sir Holtrup, Sergeant Pepper and Spider Murphy.
What is slightly more surprising is Sandro’s influence on dressage breeding. If we look at the stallions represented in the most recent (2004/5) Eylers’ German Stallion book, we find the jumping stallions, San Brasil (by Sao Paulo), Sandro Boy (out of a Grannus mare) and Santander H (out of a Contender mare) but there are more stallions promoted for dressage – all sons of World Young Horse Dressage Champion, Sandro Hit. There is Samba Hit (Reserve Champion at the 2002 Bundeschampionate in the 3 year old stallion class – and a full brother to World Six Year Old Young Dressage Champion, Poetin), Show Star (who was Champion in that 3 year old stallion class in 2002), the Westfalien state stud stallions, Sir Bedo and Sterling, the exciting young Danish stallion, Blue Hors Soprano, and Stedinger, a winner at the 2002 Oldenburg Stallion Days, and being out of a Landadel / Furioso bred mare, Stedinger might be that rare creature, an all-round stallion.
Of his dressage performers, Isabell Weth’s Satchmo by the Sandro son, Sao Paulo, is the most successful.
At the age of 29, Sandro – now re-christened Sandro Z – stands at the famous Zangersheide stud, where he is rightly regarded as one of the treasures of modern performance horse breeding.


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Wanroij Sire of Jolie

Approved Dutch Stallion 

  1980 (Symphonie - Makelaar keur x Nolda keur - Jagermeester) A leading North American sire of dressage horses and leading NA/WPN sire; competed through Prix St George.  DG Bar Ranch

1998  ~  #1 in the United States 
with his offspring receiving 
the highest average score.

Tallahassee, FL--January 12, 1998-- According to the 1998 Dressage Sires report published by the Sport Horse Owners and Breeders Association. 

Wanroij (Symphonie), posted the highest overall average median score of 69.098, leading the Westphalian, Puritano (Palisander) and the Georgia-based Hanoverian, Prefix (Pascha). The overall ranking is based on the average of the median scores for offspring competing at all levels for any stallion represented by 3 or more horses.

The Dressage Sires report catalogs over 1,500 dressage horses which competed and were ranked by USDF during 1997. These horses represent 1,139 sires of dressage horses of all breeds, from American Bashkir Curly to Welsh crosses.

The chestnut stallion was bred by A.A. v/d Koppel and born on June 4, 1980, in the Netherlands. He was approved in 1983, placing 10th out of 22 stallions at his performance test in Ermelo. He was imported to the US in 1984 by Tony and Betty de Groot and started his successful sport and breeding career in 1985.

He sired a total of 146 registered offspring (72 fillies and 74 colts). At the keuringen 32 offspring received one or more First Premiums under the age of three. Sixteen offspring made it into the Top Ten. Of his daughters 29 were accepted into the studbook, 13 received the star predicate, 6 are now keur and 2 are preferent. He also sired 22 studbook quality and 8 star quality geldings.

Wanroij showed through Intermedaire level himself and sired numerous offspring that are also successful in sport. On the USDF Sire list 1989-1999 Wanroij was tied for 11th place for Dutch stallions. He has offspring competing successfully at all levels in dressage.

 

Sandro

In 1984 when Paul Schockemohle re-imported the then ten-year-old Holsteiner Sandro from Denmark, he wasn't counting on the fact that he had brought back the founder of a dresssage breeding line to Germany.  Sandro was  one of the only sons of the highly competitive Holsteiner Thoroughbred Sacramento Song xx, a rarity on the German horse scene but very convincing in the show jumping sport. His qualification to breed was acquired under Franke Sloothaak, through successes in the highest level of show jumping. Almost exclusively the pure bred dark stallion was put into Schockemohle's breeding program to refine the existing jumping stock. He produced a whole line of approved sons before moving on to the Kathmann Holtrup station and the Stud Wiechenhof where a wider opportunity was opened to the breeders. After many attempts in pairing up Sandro and Gephard, besides Silvio I and Silvio II, the 1988 Sandro Song emerged.

Sandro Song (Sandro-Gephard) was bred and presented by Schockemohle at the stallion approvals in Oldenburg, where he became Young Stallion Champion 1990.  Sandro Song's excellent jump is in accordance with his bloodlines and at the same time he shows fantastic movement and first class rideability for dressage. In 1995, Sandro Song made his debut with his first two sons, one being Sandro Hit. It is worth noting that  Sandro Hit and dressage star Diamond HIt (Don Schufro- Donnerhall-Pik Bube) both have the same dam, Loretta, a Ramino/Welt As mare.  Seemingly, the Schockemohle recipe for successfully creating horses with movement, suspension, conformation and of yes, jump, is worthy of emulation.

Sandro's sire, Sacramento Song xx, serviced for 7 seasons as a private stallion in Holstein.  He is viewed as one of the best sires of show jumpers in Holstein since the war. In spite of a very limited number of off-spring, 40 jumpers were successful up to the highest classes, among them exceptional horses such as Societe (D. Hafemeister, Nelson Pessoa), San Siro (G. Muller, winnings over 30,000 DM) or, of course, Sandro himself with Franke Sloothaak.

The owner of the world record in jumping, Leonardo (1991 in Paris over 2.35 m) carries Sacramento Song xx as his dam's sire. Sandro's full brother, Salvador 51, was also a very good jumper. His dam's sire is the outstanding show jumper maker Wahnfried (Sir Caletto's great grand sire on the top side), whose most well known off-spring is without doubt the great puissance-specialist Wabbs (W. Mehlkopf, winnings over 350,000 DM) and Wabbs is a direct full brother of Sandro's dam Duerte.

Breeding Record

Sandro is one of the rising stallions of the last few years. To date he presented 15 approved stallions, including Sandro Song, the Champion Young Stallion of Oldenburg 1990 and Main-Premium Champion of 1992. A remarkable feature of his sons are their good results at the stallion performance tests. Sandro caused a stir at the Federal Championships in Verden in 1990 when his son, Subway 2, achieved a high placing in the conformation show class. Later on, Subway was sold through the 1990 Vechta Auction sales to the dressage stables of M. Otto-Crepin. In 1992, eight progeny qualified for the Federal Championships in Verden, several of whom were placed in the finals (Sandon, Sir Max, Sancerre, Sadenio, Salido etc.). In the FN yearbook breeding of 1992 he is placed 3rd in his age-class as a sire of show jumpers

In 1984 when Paul Schockemöhle re-imported the then ten-year-old Holsteiner Sandro from Denmark, he wasn't counting on the fact that he had brought back the founder of a dressage breeding line to Germany. It definitely did not seem that way in the beginning: Sandro was basically one of the only sons of the highly competitive Holsteiner Thoroughbred Sacramento Song xx, a rarity on the German horse scene but very convincing in the show jumping sport. His qualification to breed was acquired under Franke Sloothaak, through his own successes in the highest level of show jumping.

Almost exclusively the pure bred dark stallion was put into Schockemöhle's breeding program to refine the existing jumping stock. He produced a whole line of approved sons before moving on to the Kathmann Holtrup station and the Stud Wiechenhof where a wider opportunity was opened to the breeders.  After many attempts in pairing up Sandro and Gephard, besides Silvio I and Silvio II, the 1988 Sandro Song emerged.

Sandro Song (Sandro-Gephard) was bred and presented by Schockemöhle at the stallion approvals in Oldenburg, where he became Young Stallion Champion 1990. He was sold to the Bonhomme Stud where he still stands today.  Sandro Song's excellent jump is indeed in accordance with his bloodlines and at the same time he shows fantastic movement and first class rideability for dressage.  In 1995, Sandro Song made his debut with his first two sons, one being Sandro Hit. It is worth noting that Sandro Hit and dressage star Diamond Hit (Don Schufro-Donnerhall-Pik Bube) both have the same dam, Loretta, a Ramino/Welt As mare.  Seemingly, the Schockemöhle recipe for successfully creating horses with movement, suspension, conformation and of yes, jump, is worthy of the attention being paid to the program.

Sandro's sire, Sacramento Song xx, serviced for 7 seasons as a private stallion in Holstein.  Prevailing thinking is that he was not used for breeding often enough and today it is obvious he is viewed as one of the best sires of show jumpers in Holstein since the war. In spite of a very limited number of off-spring, 40 jumpers were successful up to the highest classes, among them exceptional horses such as Societe

(D. Hafemeister, Nelson Pessoa), San Siro (G. Muller, winnings over 30,000 DM) or, of course, Sandro himself (F. Sloothaak, winnings over 50,000 DM to 1989).

The owner of the world record in jumping, Leonardo (1991 in Paris over 2.35 m) carries Sacramento Song xx as his dam's sire. Sandro's full brother, Salvador 51, was also a very good jumper. His dam's sire is the outstanding show jumper maker Wahnfried (Sir Caletto's great grand sire on the top side), whose most well known off-spring is without doubt the great puissance-specialist Wabbs (W. Mehlkopf, winnings over 350,000 DM) and Wabbs is a direct full brother of Sandro's dam Duerte.

Performance Record  Sandro went to Denmark as a young horse where he was put to stud. In 1985 he returned to

Germany and won over 50,000 DM in prize money in advanced level jumping under F. Sloothaak.

As a side job he supplied fresh semen for the Schockemöhle Stables in Calveslage.

Breeding Record Sandro is one of the rising stallions of the last few years. To date he presented 15 approved stallions, including Sandro Song, the Champion Young Stallion of Oldenburg 1990 and Main-Premium Champion of 1992. A remarkable feature of his sons are their good results at the stallion performance tests. Sandro caused a stir at the Federal Championships in Verden in 1990 when his son, Subway 2, achieved a high placing in the conformation show class. Later on, Subway was sold through the 1990 Vechta Auction sales to the dressage stables of M. Otto-Crepin. In 1992, eight progeny qualified for the Federal Championships in Verden, several of whom were placed in the finals (Sandon, Sir Max, Sancerre, Sadenio, Salido etc.). In the FN yearbook breeding of 1992 he is placed 3rd in his age-class as a sire of show jumpers.

Krack C

Krack C




Colour

Bay

Height

16.3hh / 1.69m

Born

1992

Studbooks approved by

KWPN, Oldenburg

Flemmingh

Lacapo

Landgraf

Larsa

Texas

Carneval W

Ledusa

Gicara II

Beaujolais

Lucky Boy xx

Venice

Baccara

Ulrich

Lady Cara


General Information

Krack C is the gorgeous International Grand Prix stallion of Anky van Grunsven. He is considered by many to be the best dressage progenitor in Europe. Krack C is the ambassador of both Dutch dressage sport and Dutch dressage horse breeding.

Krack C became the double consecutive Pavo Cup winner in 1996 and 1997. Known for his flamboyant movement and 'rideability' Krack C impressed many KWPN breeders and became their main choice, placing him in the top ten of most used breeding stallions.

Krack C has recently returned to Grand Prix competition with Anky van Grunsven and is performing exceptionally well, winning many Grand Prix competitions. Krack C won the Best Stallion (Grand Prix) title at the 2006 Zwolle International Stallion Show, and is set to improve yet further with Anky this season.

Krack C's sire is the dressage phenomenon Flemmingh (who has also sired Edward Gal's fabulous International Grand Prix stallion Lingh) and his dam is a Keur Preferent Prestatie mare by the stallion legend Beaujolais.

Krack C continuously makes headlines due to his quality and high breeding success. He is the sire of numerous approved stallions and champion mares, and would be an exceptional choice for any breeder.

Sire of Champion Sport Horse Vittoria Krack C

 KWPN Breeding Designation: Approved
Registration Number: 92.5860
Date of Birth: 17 April 1992
Height: 169cm, 16.2 hh
Cannon: 20.5cm
Colour & Markings: Bay
Sport Index: 171 (46% reliability) Dressage
Performance Test, 1996 Ermelo:
W6.5, T9, C8, TD9 (2nd of 23 Dressage test)

A simply gorgeous stallion with a beautiful head and a well muscled topline of the neck.Honest, sensitive with a great deal of willingness to work, Krack C is a pleasure to ride. The trot is big and carried under with very good use of the foreleg. The canter is also well carried and again has very good use of the foreleg. He works very well in dressage. For his first year at Grand-Prix, Krack C already demonstrated his incredible talent by placing 11th overall at the World Equestrian Games in Jerez, Spain in September 2002.

 

European Results in Europe for 2001 and 2002
14th in the Grand Prix 69.52 %
12th in the Grand Prix Special 71.80 %
08th in the Kür to music 76.38 %

2002 : Moscow : Winner Grand-Prix : 72.00%
2002 : Moscow : Winner Grand-Prix Special : 72.03%
2002 : WEG Qualifiers : Team Member : 73.04%

 Krack C started his career under the American rider, Nick Wagman, who rode Krack C to victory in the Pavo Cup in both 1996 and 1997. Krack C then moved to the stables of Anky van Grunsven who promptly won the Dutch Prix St-George championships and took the first place at the CHIO in Rotterdam. He started his Grand-Prix career in May 2002 and was selected to represent Holland at the World Equestrian games in Jerez, Spain, with a qualifying score of 73.04%. In the words of Anky, "Krack C is a phenomenal mover, with great elastic and supple movement and a very sweet temperament."

 

Sire of Champion Sport Horse Vittoria Krack C
Sire of Champion Sport Horse Vittoria Krack C
Sire of Champion Sport Horse Vittoria Krack C

 

Orame

ORAME Bay, born 1996, 1.70 mtr.
  Approved KWPN.

 

INDOCTRO

CAPITOL I

CAPITANO

FOLIA

VANESSA VII H

CALETTO II

ORGESCH H

IRAMEE ELITE

G.RAMIRO Z pref

RAIMOND

VALINE H

ALUETTE H

H.ALNE Z

FALKENEHRE H

 

IDM: 050303-VrielingJ-VDLOrame03

Zwolle 2005. International Stallion Show. Jumping Best Stallions. Jur Vrieling with VDL Orame, Indoctro x G. Ramiro Z.

IDM: 050303-VrielingJ-VDLOrame02

Zwolle 2005. International Stallion Show. Jumping Best Stallions. Jur Vrieling with VDL Orame, Indoctro x G. Ramiro Z.

IDM: 050303-VrielingJ-VDLOrame01

Zwolle 2005. International Stallion Show. Jumping Best Stallions. Jur Vrieling with VDL Orame, Indoctro x G. Ramiro Z.

 

 Bred with the best performance blood with stallions like Cor de la Bryere, Capitol, Caletto II, Ramiro, Alme and the rising star Indoctro, Orame is an exceptional showjumping performer and producer.

 Details of sire Indoctro are available on this website. Orame's mother, Iramee, is an Elite mare who received an excellent maternal report and is a full sister to Ratina Z, and the approved stallion Ramé Z who is available for stud duty in Ireland. Other successful produce of the formula Ramiro Z x Almé Z include top horses like Rinetou Z, Jalisco, Galoubet, Renate La Silla, Robin Z, etc.

 

 Orame became Champion of the Stallion Selection in Den Bosch at the age of 3 and is a stallion with considerable presence, quality and good gaits.

 

 Orame became Champion of the Stallion Test with high marks for the basic gaits and the jumping sub-divisions. Orame seems to be a real all-round horse and received a very good test report, which states that he is very talented not only as a dressage horse but also as a showjumper and that he jumps with scope, good technique, a lot of power and is very careful.

 

 Orame is the first stallion to become Champion in the Stallion Selection and in the Stallion Test. He performed very well in the Stallion Competition and was placed highly several times. He succeeded as Vice Champion.

 

 Orame's 2002 competition results include a 7 th place in the National Stallion Class in November, and a 2 nd place in the Z jumping class of the National Stallion Competition.

 

 At his first offspring Inspections, Orame's foals were well developed riding types of a good rectangular model, built correctly with expression.

 

 Orame, the Champion who has everything: best breeding, best exterior and the best Stallion Tests.



IDM: H16-214C-19-Orame
ERMELO 1999; Eindexamen Verrichtingsonderzoek KWPN Hengsten: Orame: Indoctro x G. Ramiro Z.


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INDOCTRO

CAPITOL I

CAPITANO

FOLIA

VANESSA VII H

CALETTO II

ORGESCH H

IRAMEE ELITE

G.RAMIRO Z pref

RAIMOND

VALINE H

ALUETTE H

H.ALNE Z

FALKENEHRE H




IDM: 1999HK-262-NEG4-ORAME
Stallion Show KWPN 1999 - Den Bosch. Approved young stallion Orame, Indoctro x G. Ramiro Z, champion of riding horses
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  • Indoctro - Ramiro - Alme.

  • Sire and both grandsires jumped internationally.

  • Bred with the best performance blood with stallions like Cor de la Bryere, Capitol, Caletto II, Ramiro, Alme and the rising star Indoctro in his pedigree.

  • The story of his father, Indoctro, you already read in this brochure. Orame's mother, Iramee, is an Elite mare and received a good maternal report and is bred just like Ratina Z, Ramiro x Alme's daughter. Besides Ratina Z, the stallions Ramiro and Alme, combine to produce more top horses like Rinetou Z, Jalisco, Galoubet, Renate La Silla, Robin Z, etc.

  • Orame became Champion of the Stallion Selection in Den Bosch at the age of 3 and is a stallion with a lot of presence, quality and good gaits.

  • Orame became Champion of the Stallion Test with high marks for the basic gaits and the jumping sub-divisions. Orame seems to be a real all-round horse and received a very good test report, which says that he is very talented not only as a dressage horse but also as a showjumper and that he jumps with scope, good technique, a lot of power and is very careful.

  • Orame is the first stallion to become Champion in the Stallion Selection and in the Stallion Test!
    Orame performed very well in the Stallion Competition and placed very
    high several times.He ended as Vice Champion.

  • Orame, the Champion who has everything: best breeding, best exterior and the best Stallion Tests


    • Sire and both grandsires jumped internationally

    • A breed of the best performance blood with breeding stallions like Cor de la Bryere, Capitol, Caletto II, Ramiro, Alme and the rising star Indoctro.

    • Orame's mother, Iramee, is an elite mare and received a good maternal report and is just like Retina Z, Ramiro x Alme's daughter. Together with Ratina Z, the stallions Ramiro and Alme, guarantee more top horses like Rinetou Z, Jalisco, Galoubet, Renate La Silla etc.

    • Orame was Champion of the Stallion Test with high marks for the basic gaits and the jumping sub-divisions. Orame seems to be a real all-around horse and received a very good test report, which says that he is very talented not only as a Dressage horse but also as a showjumper and that he jumps with scope, good technique, a lot of power and is very careful.

    • Orame is the first stallion who became Champion of the Stallion Selection and in the Stallion Test.

    • Orame, the Champion who has everything: best breed, best exterior and the best Stallion Tests

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    • Idocus


      Click above for more photos of Idocus!

      Equador sire of Idocus

      Date of birth: 4/11/1986




      In the performance test Equador was described as a balanced, friendly, well behaved, and honest.


      CLICK HERE for video of Balou du Rouet

      Balou du Rouet Balou du Rouet

      Modern up and coming producer heading for the top A picture perfect career: after winning one young horse class after another and gaining marks up to 10.0 in his 30-day test, Balou du Rouet successfully “landed” at the 1.50m level. Already in 2005 he caught everyone’s attention by scoring the highest mark of 9.2 at the national championships, making him one of Germany’s top 4 licensed stallions. His enormous jumping talent, combined with great elastic gaits and a fascinating charisma make Balou du Rouet an exciting choice for the breeders of sports horses. Once again, Balou du Rouet emphasises his dominant quality as a producer in type, elegance and movement, with numerous foals at many different auctions. He continuously produces finalists for the German foal championships. Offspring of Balou du Rouet have been approved at almost every stallion licensing – most notably the licensed “BE BRAVO”, who sold for € 350.000 as the most expensive horse of the 2007 AOS auction. His number of approved sons has amounted to over ten stallions. As a descendant of Baloubet du Rouet - gold medallist at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens and an incredible three-times successive World Cup Champion – he has one of the most successful jumping stallions on the international scene in his pedigree. His grand sire Galoubet is a son of the great stallion Almé and was already an international success at the young age of seven. He won team gold in 1982 at the World Championships. On the dam’s side, Balou du Rouet is directly related to the founder of the bloodline, Cor de la Bryere, from Holstein through Rantzau xx. The offspring of the dam’s sire, Continue, achieved lifetime earnings of over € 230.000. Numerous licensed stallions are descendents from the dam line. Balue du Rouet – the future has begun with impressive achievements as a producer! General Information. Balou du Rouet is a favourite with the crowds at all of his appearances. He completed an excellent Stallion Performance Test and was awarded with the top marks of 9.5 and 10.0 for jumping by the 'foreign' judges. He was Oldenburg Silver Medallist 2005 and one of the best German horses in his age group. Balou du Rouet is the perfect sports type, equipped with maximum elasticity in the basic gaits and first-class jumping quality.

      He has continued his sporting career in supreme style, winning several classes judged on style and ability up to "M level". He won the final qualification at the German Young Horse Championships with the top score of 9.2 and in the final was one of the 4 best approved stallions in Germany.

      His sire Baloubet du Rouet, currently one of the most successful jumping stallions on the international stage (individual gold medallist at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, three-times consecutive World Cup Champion, winner of many Grand Prix's), has an exceptional pedigree. Balou's grand sire Galoubet is by the great stallion Almé.

      On his dam's side, Balou du Rouet is directly related to the founder of the bloodline "Cor de la Bryere" from Holstein through Rantzau. The similarity can be seen in Balou du Rouet's jumping style and ability. His stunning dam Georgia is by the increasingly popular Contender son, Continue.

      Balou du Rouet is a highly sought after breeding stallion. He emphasises his dominant quality as a producer in type, elegance and movement with numerous foals at many different auctions. His first crop of youngsters confirmed their quality at the approvals; one of his sons out of a Sandro mare was the most expensive premium stallion at the Oldenburg Approvals in Vechta.

      Balou du Rouet is a highly sought after breeding stallion. He emphasises his dominant quality as a producer in type, elegance and movement with numerous foals at many different auctions. His first crop of youngsters confirmed their quality at the approvals; one of his sons out of a Sandro mare was the most expensive premium stallion at the Oldenburg Approvals in Vechta.

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