Baron Van Gogh
Burggraaf – Rigoletto – Albatros
Baron Van Gogh is a 17 H steel gray imported young talented jumper with a strong pedigree from both parents.
Espri – Arkansas – Woermann
The expressive and typey black 16 H Hanoverian Licensing Champion Escudo II appears in both the top list Jumpers and top list Type. He is one of only two stallions in North America to do so (the other is Pablo). Escudo II is in the Hanoverian Jumper Breeding Program and has the highest breed value for Type of any Hanoverian stallion in that jumper program.
Landadel – Landsknecht – Gotthard
Finally you can breed with the genetics that created top priced sales horses, multiple Licensing champions, Bundeschampionat finalists, European and World Cup winners, and Olympians. Top horses like Landor S, Lady Weingart, Landfriese.
Pablo (Pilot) – Arsenik (Absatz)
Pablito is a modern type 6-year-old, 16.1 ½ H dark bay Elite Hanoverian stallion by Pablo (Pilot)/Arsenik (Absatz)/Steinhager (Steinpilz xx). Pablito represents two proven performance horse producers, sire, Pablo (HLP Reserve Champion) and damsire, Arsenik (HLP Champion), not present in the bloodlines of any other Hanoverian licensed stallion in the U.S.
Pilot – Matrox – Lancelot
Sire of 14 approved sons in Europe, he has over 380 successful competition offspring in jumping and dressage through Advanced “S” class, with 29 offspring in international FEI classes.
Rubinstein – Donnerhall – Pik Solo
Rubignon, a black 16.2 H Oldenburg stallion, listed for the Swedish Dressage team in 2008 and 2009 has 17 Grand Prix wins and placings including international wins in his name. He is approved with multiple registries and tested in Sweden with 9’s for jumping.
Wolkenstein II – Matcho x – Goldstein
Winner of the 100-Day stallion testing in Germany with over 140 points! Over 147 points in dressage/ridability. Although he is a fantastic mover, he also received a 9 on jumping. Wild Dance is by one of the best Weltmeyer sons, Wolkenstein II, out of a States Premium mare by Matcho AA. This bloodline combination has proven exceptional. Leoni Bramall and Hubertus Schmidt both publicly stated that Wild Dance has an exceptional temperament and willingness to work. He is a good candidate to refine heavier warmblood mares and add movement and suspension to the gaits.