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16.3 hh -
Elite imported Hanoverian stallion by one of Germany's
hottest sires. He has a packed pedigree. His sire Wenzel
had the distinction of having three sons
approved as breeding stallions in 1986 alone. Woermann, his
grandsire, competed in both dressage and jumping, passing
his dual talents on to his get. Waldkoenig's dam's sire was the
legendary Pik Koenig. His pedigree also includes Marconi,
Don Carlos, and Argentan.
$800.00 per straw 2/$1500.00 (minimum 2 straws), no LFG
2009 foal by
Waldkoenig owned by E.
2012 filly by Waldkoenig out of The Medalist
by Linaro/Caletto 11
Ezpresso has given us a beautiful filly by Glocks Zonik in
Danish stallion boasts a very modern build and captivatingly
powerful gaits! Zonik presents an inspiring coordination of
movements and impulsion, traveling through the entire body
swinging in rhythm and elasticity with the gait. In Denmark he
was awarded premium stallion which will follow through the
breeding season with high expectations. His sire is KWPN
champion stallion Blue Hors Zack, sired by Vice Dressage World
Champion Rousseau, who produced three successive KWPN
himself won the Danish Championship for Six Year Old Dressage
Horses qualifier in 2010 with a score of 9.22. Several sons
are already licensed and his first progeny are making an
excellent impression under the saddle.
Romanik has won the bronze medal at her mare performance test,
granddam Dunja has competed in the final of the Danish
Championship of Four Year-Old Riding Horses with Andreas
Helgstrand and won classes up to Prix St. George level.
sire Romanov is a Grand Prix winner and became Danish stallion
of the year 2011. In third generation follows the king of
estimated breeding value statistics, Don Schufro, who won the
Olympic team bronze medal in Hong Kong.
International pedigree of exceptional quality for the
dressage arena, purely bred for performance!
have bred Elle Contessa/El Bundy/Contendro to Toto Jr for
2017 foal -confirmed in foal.
an amazing horse! Young KWPN Stallion GLOCK’s Toto Jr.
(Totilas x Desperados x Rotspon) won the Young Stallion
Competition in Zuidbroek for the 4 year
old horses with
Marieke van der Putten ! 1st He scored 92 points !
Toto Jr is among the first of the sons of Totilas to be
licensed for breeding, and was chosen by the well admired
trainer of Totilas, Edward Gal, purchased by Glock’s
Performance in Holland, who were happy to send him to KWPN
licensing before he went on to top the KWPN Stallion
Jr is among the first of the sons of Totilas to be licensed
for breeding, and was chosen by the well admired trainer of
Totilas, Edward Gal, purchased by Glock’s Performance in
Holland, who were happy to send him to KWPN licensing before
he went on to top the KWPN Stallion Performance Test.
Jr is a unique fusion of the best of Dutch breeding with the
cream of Hanoverian breeding: his dam is by Olympic Grand Prix
competitor, Desperados, out of a mare by Rotspon, with the
added dimension of Bolero on the mare line.
his first KWPN stallion performance test Toto received 9.0
points for walk, canter as well as rideability and attitude.
For his trot and elasticity he received 8.0 points. For
appearance, balance and disposition as a dressage horse, 8.5
points. Consequently, and with a total of 86 points, the
Hanoverian stallion led the spring stallion performance of the
Hanoverian bred Toto Junior (by Totilas x Desperados x
Rotspon) scored 9 for walk and canter, 8 for trot and
suppleness, 8.5 for self carriage, 9 for rideability and 8.5
for dressage potential. The committee praised him for his
“willingness to work” and recommended the stallion for the
improvement of “basic gaits, rideability and disposition.”
2008 Oldenburg Stallion - (Lordanos x
Concetto x Silvio I)
Quincy our Quidam De Revel
daughter has a ET foal coming from this lovely stallion
Lestat will be one of the few
Lordanos sons available in North American, on
his dam line he carries the very interesting
blood of Concetto-Silvio-Figaro. At a young
age Lestat as already been a consistent winner
in the ring.
Lestat is a very sympatic and
typeful young jumping stallion with a smart
appearance and a very positive attitude. At
the Oldenburg licensing 2010 he fascinated the
public with his first-class manner in free
jumping as well as three excellent basic
Every generation of his
pedigree represents a further top stallion:
The sire Lordanos was successful in more than
30 young jumping horse competitions (A – M)
and reached the final of the Bundeschampionat.
Under the saddle of Gerd, Janne and Hendrik
Sosath he was successful in the advanced show
jumping class. Approx. 30 licensed stallions,
several state premium mares in almost every
breeding area, the winner of the
Bundeschampionat 2004 for six year old jumping
horses, Lumos, as well as the
Vice-Bundeschampion 2006 and winner of the
jumping derby, Lex Lugar/Carsten Otto-Nagel
are only examples of his fantastic breeding
dam, Monique, is a daughter of the
half-thoroughbred Concetto I, who is also
successful up to the advanced level. Concetto
I was positioned as breeding stallion in
Oldenburg, before he changed to the
Silvio I, who appears in third
generation produced several premium stallions
and winner of the stallion performance test
(for example Sir Holtrup, Sterntänzer etc.).
His son Shutterfly/Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum
was one of the most successful jumping horses.
Lestat descends from the traditional Oldenburg
family of Stella Virkelys v. Fogra Vendsyssel.
-2012 Bronze Medalist 4 yr old
Oldenburg Jumper Championships.
-2013 Finalist 5 yr old Bundeschampionat 6th
-2014 6 yr old Bundeschampionat, winner 1st
qualifier (over 130 horses) finalist, 16th
Wildflower by Waldkoenig out of
The Medalist by Linaro/Calletto11 is in foal to this lovely
presented himself as a superior athlete at the
licensing in Vechta in 2013.
Dutch bred Bordeaux-son Buckingham showed the best
performance record after the 70-day-test in
Adelheidsdorf. He not only had the highest total
score, but he also was the best dressage horse with a
was bred by Merwehoeve De Groot from Herwijnen. He was
approved in 2013. Ad Valk presented the dark bay at
the stallion show and after that he stood at stud at
the Lower Saxony State Stud in Celle. Buckingham won
the performance test in Adelheidsdorf with a mark 8.46
and was the best dressage horse.
saddle, he was willing, supple and athletic, and
earned a breeding value of 154 for dressage. His three
correct and powerful basic gaits and his constant
willingness to work were judged with outstanding notes
and the test riders were absolutely delighted. He
received a 9.5 for his rideability.
Buckingham’s father, Bordeaux, was placed 4th at the
World Championships of Young Dressage Horses with Eva
Möller. And the dam’s sire, Rousseau, came second in
these Championships in 2003, as well.
Adelheidsdorf, Buckingham, who was licensed in Vechta,
was awarded scores of 9.0 to 9.5 an unbelievable 15
times. In the end, Buckingham stood well above his
competitors with a final score of 9.03 with emphasis
on dressage and a weighted final score of 8.46.
Landstallmeister Dr. Axel Brockmann from Lower
Saxony’s State Stud in Celle, discovered this young
stallion at the Oldenburg Hengst-Tage in 2013.
Buckingham’s sire Bordeaux, is a Prix St. Georges
winner and definitely a sire of note.
Hanoverian, Oldenburg Verband
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Brandenburg Liver Chestnut; 16.3
after winning the Bundeschampionate division for 3year old
Stallions in 2006
Scores for the Bundeschampionate :
Overall Impression: 9.5
Licensed for Berlin-Brandenburg, Oldenburg, Hanoverian
This exceptional moving young stallion has already started his
winning ways. Paired with the talented young rider, Christian
Flamm of Hessen, Quaterback galloped away from the competition
at the Bundeschampionates in 2006.
He started his stallion career by being named Champion of his
licensing in Neustadt/Dosse in 2005.
In 2006, after the Bundeschampionates, he went on to win his
30 day test at Neustadt/Dosse with outstanding scores:
Riding qualities 9.75
just awestruck by this young stallion. The 3-year old
chestnut stallion Quaterback was the undisputed victor at the
2006 Bundeschampionate. He was the talk of the breeding
and dressage world, but his presentation at the Althengst parade
convinced everyone of his extraterrestrial potential. You
can’t imagine a canter any better than Florencio’s, but
you’re wrong. Quaterback is uphill, superbly engaged,
elastic, stunning and unbelievable. What’s the source of
all this success? Poetin’s dam Poesie. Quaterback is by Quaterman (by Quando Quando) out of Brandenberger x Brentano II. His grand dam is Poesie, who
produced world champions Poetin and Samba Hit I, II, and
III. This mare line has produced 23 approved
stallions. Quaterback is just amazing. Rarely do we
see a stallion of this quality.
pedigree is steeped in the traditions of the Brandenburgisches
Landgestuet. His sire, Quaterman, was bred there and is by Quando-Quando , the excellent dressage
competition stallion. In 1995 as a top colt at
the Vechta auction, continuing to become the 1c Premium winner
at the stallion approval and the undisputed winner at the
stallion performance test with the highest possible score of 10
for character and willingness to perform, a score of 9.5 for
rideability and a score of 9 for temperament, walk, trot and
canter. Highlights in sport have been participation in the
Bundeschampionat finals for 5 and 6 year old dressage horses,
5th place at the World Championships in the class for 6 year old
dressage horses as well as 5th place at the Nürnberg Burgpokal
2003, prior to which he won the VTV Dressage Stallion of the
Year Award. With first places in international Grand Prix
in 2004 and winning World Cup B finals in Dortmund , he was then
nominated for the Olympic Games in Athens.
His off-spring are very popular because of their modern, noble
looks, outstanding rideability and strong movements and they
also have the good jumping ability his pedigree promises. All of
these characteristics are impressively documented in the FN's
2004 Predicted Breeding Value statistics.
He is by the significant stallion Quattro, whose bloodlines speak of great
jumpers, yet also super movers with power and suspension.
Quattro, himself, excelled in dressage, yet showed talent over
fences. And well he should , being by Qredo de
Paulstro. That sire line goes back to French blood through
Galoubet Alme Z
stallion with an outstanding performance record and off-spring
to prove his qualities as a sire. With a score of more than 130,
he finished his performance test in Medingen on 2 nd place. In
1994 he became the Reserve Champion Stallion at the Oldenburg
approval. In the meanwhile he has been successful
internationally at shows in Caen (FRA), Leeuwarden (NL), Berlin,
Munich, Geneva (CH) and Moscow. Along with many State
Premium mares, he has also sired 13 licensed sons so far
and has supplied jumpers as well as dressage horses in series
that have reached top international level, particularly Oliver Q
under Ryuichi Obata for Japan at the Olympic Games in Athens
The dam line of Quaterback is a
very well known and respected mare line in Brandenburg. His dam
“Passionata” is by the
Beach Boy son , “Brandenburger”, who made his performanceas a
Brandenburger That sire line (Beach Boy) goes again to French
blood through the stallion Zeus.
On Brandenburgers dam line comes the excellent Hanoverian
stallin Wendekreis, admired for the excellent riding horses he
grand-dam is the famous mare Poesie by Brentano II. Poesie is best known for her Sandro Hit daughter ,Poetin, and also the Sandro Hit sons , Samba Hits I, II, III and IV!
In Quaterback, we have depth of pedigree of athletic,
multi-talented individuals. Quarterback uses his body as nothing
you have ever seen. He is the talk of the town in Germany, with
movements that can only be described as incredibly supple,
strong and uphill.
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The number 1 JUMPER of the
world! Jumping Index of 171 !!!!
Since 2001 he ist he unbeaten top of the FN breeding
evaluation. This science based proof shows the strength of
inheritance of this dark bay first-class son of Spartan. 28 of
his sons were licensed by the Hanovarian society, including
well-known Stolzenberg, Stanley Salito, Saint Amour, and
Satisfaction I-III. Already 61 of his daughters were awarded
the State Premium title in 2010, and more than 359 successful
sports horses sired by Stakkato are registered. Some of the
most successful ones are: The mare Souvenir ridden byPhillip
Weißhaupt; Satisfaction first ridden by Eva Bitter and now
under the saddle of Ludger Beerbaum; Sundari; Rückenwind;
Argelith Sambuca; Saint Amour; and Stolzenberg.In 2007, he was
awarded the title „Stallion of the Year“ in Verden. More
is not possible!
This very typy 16.2
hh Holstein stallion, licensed with the Hanoverian state Stud
is by the legendary Contender, he, of course is a
superb jumper, earning "9"s on jumping but also for
temperament and overall ability. He also has the sire of
the century Ramiro in both his sire and dams lines.
Contendro won his 100 day test with and outstanding score of
144.7 In addition he scored very well for rideability
and has three excellent gaits, along with his
outstanding jumping ability. He bred 600 mares in 2002, his
foals are of consistent type, refined with good legs and good
movement. He scored a excellent
jumping index of 147.29!!!
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convincing winner of the stallion test in 2001 is a
multi-talent with an extremely interesting pedigree. He was
bred by Dr. Jacobs at Bierbergen, who is well known breeder of
good jumping horses( e.g. Embassy) This young stallion
is a very careful over fences and does not like to make a
mistake. He also has three excellent gaits and a good
temperament. He is first in his jumping index with
143.17pts. He has a packed pedigree with his sire being
Escudo1 and his dams sire being Rebel Z by Ramiro how can you
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Quidam's Rubin was
the best in jumping with a score of 9.32 (2nd place overall)
and received a score of 10.0 five times. In 2004 he won
his 70 day test n Neustadt/Dosse with superior results
(146.65), by far the best in jumping (145.88) and with an
excellent 3rd place in dressage as well (128.25). Like
pearls on a string, every generation in the pedigree of this
exceptional young stallion has a top jumper of French or
Holstein performance breeding origin! The sire, Quidam de
Revel (total prizes so far just in Germany: 427,182 €), was a
successful championship horse in France and Denmark. Right
now, his highly esteemed genes are also being spread by his
sons in Germany. The dam, Helvecia (currently very successful
nationally and internationally with Uwe Deyle, e.g. at the
2004 LBW Indoor Championships on the occasion of the German
Masters in Stuttgart), is a member of Stamm line 144,
connecting Landgraf I, Caletto I and Farnese, three of
Holstein's most famous performance makers, in her pedigree.
Quidam De Revel
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Graf Grannus earned the coveted
title of Hanoverian Stallion of the year in 2004. To
date he has sired over 362 broodmares, 48 of which have
been awarded the State Premium title. He has 20 licensed
stallion sons, of which Ginsberg, Goodman and Graf Top are
the best known. His current breeding index is 156.
Carrying on his sire’s tradition in 1995 son Golden was the
champion of the Hanoverian Stallion Licensing. The
Hanoverian G-line is always a guarantee for performance
ability, especially for outstanding jumping power. The
impressive Graf Grannus is one of the finest representatives
of this bloodline, with large eyes, strong neck, solid,
well-muscled conformation and excellent character. His
offspring stand out for excellent jumping technique and
jumping scope. Graf Grannus’s sire Grannus is one of the
most important and prolific jumping sires of our time.
His offspring have earned over 5 million euro in competition
and competed in multiple Olympics. Also of note
Grannus has sired 60 approved sons. Grannus’s dam is
of Trakhner descent and carries with her the blood of
Gotthard and the foundation mare Klaseta. Odessa
successfully foaled 15 times having her last foal at the age
of 22. According to the 2007 Hanoverian Stallion
Yearbook Graf Grannus offspring have won approximately
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Quidam de Revel topped the World Breeding Championships
Jumping Stallion ratings for the second year running,
establishing himself as the pre-eminent – and most expensive
– living sire of jumping horses. With ten (10) of his
progeny jumping at the WEG in Jerez 2002, he was the
stallion with the most number of progeny at this level.
Quidam was himself a jumping star; a member of the French
Olympic Team, and fourth individually at the Barcelona
Olympic Games with Herve Godignon. A year later the
patriotic French breeders were shocked when Danish
businessman, Flemming Velin purchased the stallion for a
still secret sum, believed to be a record at the time.
In an article in HORSE INTERNATIONAL (No 1 – 2003), Velin
told the journalist, Pernille Linder Velander: “I am a
Thoroughbred person. Quidam is the kind of horse that
appeals to me. He is a perfect beauty. If you compare him to
the legendary Northern Dancer, you could hardly tell who is
who. They could be twins.”
But Mr Velin got more than a breeding stallion, he purchased
the ultimate ‘school-master’ for his son, Thomas, taking him
on to win such prestigious events as the Grand Prix of
Hannover. According to Thomas: “The feeling I got from
Quidam has taught me what it should feel like to sit on a
really good horse. If you have not had that experience, you
simply cannot imagine what it can be like. When in the air,
if needed, Quidam could just… like put in another gear, make
another effort and jump higher still even after taking off
from the ground.”
Quidam de Revel unites two of the most important lines of
the Selle Français horse – the lines of Jalisco and Uriel.
Jalisco is a legend in his own right, but Quidam’s dam was
also a star – Dirka, despite being only 163 cms, won at
international level with Nelson Pessoa, before being given
to Xavier Leredde who made his junior international debut on
Returned to her breeder, Prince Amaury de Broglie, Dirka was
bred to Sans Souci, to produce two international
competitors, Orka and Paprika de Revel, then with Jalisco B
she produced Quidam de Revel and the broodmares, Razzia and
Sarah de Revel. With Jalisco’s half brother, Kisosovo, she
produced CSO winner, Vallon Rouge, and with Narcos, Aiglon
Rouge, a star in Holland. With Quat’sous, she produced Byra
Rouge, and with Pappillon Rouge, Dirka de Revel. What a
Dirka’s dam, Ondine de Baugy produced five broodmares, and
from them came the stallions, Sheyenne and Sioux de Baugy.
Ondine’s dam Nadine produced five foals, all by Nankin.
Troubadour B, won the 6 year old final and jumped at
international level; Uriel, the most influential national
stallion of the Selle Français book, and star of the great
St Lô stud; Commander, an international competitor for
Switzerland; Daguet de Baugy, a CSI winner for Belgium, and
Voulzie, the dam of Furiel de Baugy.
Quidam’s pre-eminence as a sire was confirmed at the 2002
WEG in Jerez, where he was the sire of more showjumping
participants than any other stallion.
Current performers include: Goldy, Guidan, Circa Z, Tlalloc
La Silla, Nabab de Rêve, Dollars Boy, Hermès St Lois, Happy
Villers, Jadis de Toscane, Belsedène d’Amaury, Bamby II,
Baie Mahault, Coucou des Vivreau, Demie-Lune, Darios V,
Furka du Village, Huppydam des Horts, Eve des Étisses,
Daibolo du Parc, Dolovia de Sapaie, Drakkar de Phaële, Diam
de la Ressée, Daibolo du Parc, Étoupe, Bianca d’Amaury,
Eyken des Fontenis, Electra d’Amaury, Éburovic Granpré, Coco
Chanel Trèfle, Billy de Forcilles, Happy Villers.
survey of the world's top 75 jumping sires that appears in
the French publication, Monneron 2007-2008, compiled by
Bernard le Courtois. Quidam de Revel is Number 1 with
48 CSI winners and he is also represented by two sons. Nabab
de Reve (out of an Artichaut mare) is 18th with 14 CSI
winners, while Guidam (out of a Vénutard mare) ranks 19th
with 12 winners, including Authentic, second best performer
in the world in 2006.
Quidam De Revel
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