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 Reference Sires at Oakhaven

Soprano
1999 Oldenburg Stallion

SOPRANO, formerly Blue Hors Soprano ridden by Andreas Helgstrand, is a striking, modern, 17.1 h, homozygous black
stallion with proven world class performance bloodlines inherent in his pedigree. Possessing correct conformation and three excellent basic gaits that exhibit energy, activity, suspension, and elasticity, his ground covering, movement is effortless and impressive.

SOPRANOís pedigree demonstrates great depth and versatility. His sire, the legendary 1999 World Young Horse Champion and Bundeschampianate SANDRO HIT, passes on to his progeny the genes of numerous influential stallions. SANDRO HITís sire, SANDRO SONG, a double graded champion in Oldenburg, is by SANDRO, an international show jumper who won the Danish Derby ridden by Franke Sloothaak. WELT AS, in SANDRO HITís third generation, is famous for siring Anke Van Grunsvenís Olympic Dressage Champion Bonfire and many other top horses.

SOPRANO'S damsire, the legendary CONTENDER, who won his 100 day test, is one of the most significant sires in Germany. CONTENDERís progeny are characterized by outstanding jumping ability, very good movement, and excellent rideability. SOPRANO's mare line (The Flattopia) produced many international stars such as dressage horse Rubioso ridden by Ellen Bontje; Lord Kem (Champion Stallion in 1989); Continue; Maffay; Calmiro; and Farmer.

Standing at Olde Country Farm


Soprano

Soprano
Qredit
2008 Oldenburg Stallion

Qredit has already proven his quality at a very young age. He was the 2009 Grand Champion of Dressage at Devon and was named Champion Stallion at his ISR/Oldenburg licensing in 2010. Sire Quaterback was winner of the Bundeschampionat and his 30-Day Test with scores of 9 or higher for his trot, canter, rideability, and overall impression. Qredit's dam adds the valuable genetics of the dressage legends Donnerhall, Pik Bube, and Rubinstein and has produced two licensed stallions. In 2011 Qredit was licensed by the GOV earning scores of 8 for impulsion & elasticity, canter, & general impression and an impressive score of 9 for his walk. We look forward to the arrival of his first foals in 2012.

Quaterback - Dream of Glory - Rubinstein

Standing at Hilltop Farm


Qredit

Qredit

 
Albarez
2000 Holsteiner Stallion

Albarez has an outstanding pedigree. His sire, Alcatraz, won his 100 day test in Germany and is known for producing excellent jumpers and very ride-able horses. Albarezís damís sire, Loutano by Landgraf, was a top dressage horse and produces excellent movement in his progeny. His mother line, Stamm 95 is one of the oldest lines and his direct mother line produced the German Approved Stallion, Monopol. Albarez's sister received a 9.5 for ride-ability and a 9.5 for free jump at her mare performance test in Germany. This mother line is extremely ride-able with outstanding jump and movement.

Standing at Royal C Stud

 
Albarez
Cacique
1999 Holsteiner Stallion

Cacique has received USDF Performance Certificates at Training-3rd levels and has been awarded multiple High-Point Champion Awards. Cacique won 2008 Prix St. George USDF Adequan All Breeds Holsteiner division

Cacique is an ISR/OLD and Germany's Oldenburg Verband approved premium stallion and ISR/OLD awarded him a lifetime breeding certificate.


Standing at Horsegate Ranch


 
Cacique

Couleur Rubin
1996 Oldenburg Stallion

A new star has lit the show jumping ring with a bright radience: Couleur Rubin and Ludger Beerbaum are the dream pair of the International Jumping Sport. Never before was Germany's "Number 1" in the jumping saddle so convinced from a horse other than Couleur Rubin. So convinced that Madeleine Winter-Schulze secured the sporting rights of this stallion for Ludger Beerbaum. Numerous successes in the ring like the win in Spain's Vigo and in the team for the Riders Tour 2004 underlines the high potential . Just like the German Championships in Verden 2005, Ludger Beebaum and the stallion placed themselves in the standings at the World Cup Final in Las Vegas 2005.

Standing at Yancey Farms
Coleur Rubin

Languster Prydsholm
1997 Stallion

Although still in the young stages of the Show Jumping "A" circuit, Languster shows tremendous potential to be one of the most outstanding Grand Prix Jumper prospects on the circuit today. He has been placed consistently within the top 10 competitors in most of his classes through the 2003 and 2004 seasons. Languster, under the very watchful eye of Nona Garson and George Di Ambrosia, has proven to all that see him in the ring and at home, that he can hang with the big boys. He is careful and enthusiastic over the jump and provides "fabulous" and correct movement along with a kind and personable temperament.


Standing at Shelbourne Farm LLC

 
Languster Prydsholm

Languster

Numero Uno
1995 Stallion

Numero Uno completed his performance test spectaculary; he received a 9.0 for canter and scored an average of 8.5 for jumping components. His explosive take-off earned him as much as 9.0 points.

After a successful show jumping career with European Champion Marco Kutscher, Numero Uno today has turned out to be one of the leading sires in the world. Numero Uno, father to six approved KWPN stallions, is sire to many champions in international show jumping, ability tests and stallion approvals.

Both the 2005 KWPN champion (Vincenzo) and the 2005 KWPN performance test champion (Van Gogh) are by Numero Uno.


Standing at Boreas Horses
Numero Uno

Numero Uno

Cassini II

Cassini is by the legendary Capitol I and out of an ideal Holsteiner mare by Caletto II. Capitol/Caletto II/Mahmud; Stamm 3389

Cassini II is the full brother of Cassini I. Injured when younger, it has taken time to prove himself, but is now very sought after because of his talented offspring. Modern in type and very attractive. Better producer than Cassini I.


Standing at Fox Fire Farm

 
Cassini II

Cassini II


Coconut Grove
1987 TB Stallion

Coconut Grove is an exquisite thoroughbred stallion with a beautiful head and expression. He has a medium build and is very correct in his conformation and legs, and is known to improve leg conformation in his offspring. He has a good temperament with a willing and honest character. With a quality pedigree, an outstanding performance record and sound conformation, Coconut Grove exemplifies the best of what an exceptional thoroughbred stallion has to offer a breeding program. He is an excellent choice to produce jumpers and event horses.

Coconut Grove is the first Thoroughbred stallion in the U.S. to be granted a breeding license by the American Holsteiner Horse Association and the American Hanoverian Society. He has 100% positive approval status with 9 European, 9 U.S. and 1 Canadian Registry, the only thoroughbred in U.S. history to accomplish this feat. In 2005, he was chosen for the highly selective Hanoverian Jumper Breeding Program.

Standing at October Hill Farm

 
Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove

Sir Caletto
Elite Hanoverian Stallion

Sir Caletto is approved for breeding by four registries: Hanoverian, ISR NA, Oldenburg (German) and Swedish. He himself was bred in Germany (the Hanoverian approved Holstein stallion Sandro to Hanoverian dam Calwiene) by Wolfgang Schwanke. He was then seen and purchased by Paul Schockemohle in Verden through Dr. Ulf Moller as a yearling. You may recognize Ulf Moller as the most capable dressage rider for Ullrich Kasselmann of Performance Sales International (PSI Auctions).

Sir Caletto completed his hundred-day test in Medingen in 1999 with a score of 106.63, scoring 10 for jumping ability, technique and style and a 9.17 on freejumping, 8.0 on willingness to work and 7.0 for character and temperament. He was Champion of the jumping portion of his 100 Day Test with an index of 133.37.

Sir Caletto is Hanoverian hip branded and was approved by the Verband Hannoverscher Warmblutzuchter on February 9, 2002
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Standing at Silverhorne Sporthorses

 
Sir Caletto

Sir Caletto

 
Frohwind
Oldenburg Stallion

Approved by: Oldenburg NA/ISR,
and GOV (German Oldenburg Verband)
By Furioso II x Windstille by Weltmeister

This Five Star stallion is producing successful offspring in dressage, eventing, hunters and jumpers. Twice USEF Leading Sire for Half-Arabians.


Standing at Woodridge Farm


 
Frohwind

Corland
1989 Holsteiner Stallion

Corland won his stallion test and placed well in the World Championships for young jumpers Corland had a very successful international career placing in Oslo, Helsinki, Bordeaux, Den Bosh, Sires of the World, Rotterdam, Calgary and the Verona World Cup. Corland's father line is of only top Holstein sires and mother line Stamm number 104A. His progeny perform well with great success.

Standing at VDL Stud
Corland

Corland

Contender
1984 Holsteiner Stallion

Contender is proving to be one of the most influential sons of Calypso II . Calypso II was an advanced level show jumper with Michael Ruping before retiring to stud where he sired a number of quality show jumping horses. He also sired a number of top grade dressage competitors.

Contender was bred by Niko Detlef , Westfehmarn , Contender is out of Gofine who's grand sire was the late Ladykiller xx . Gofine produced several top show jumpers including the international performing horse Ulina .



 
Contender
Conejo
1993 Holsteiner Stallion

Karen Cudmore (owner) and Conejo on their way to victory in the $65,000 Grand Prix Jumping du Quebec World Cup Qualifier at CSI-W Blainville Jumping International in Blainville, QC - July 2005

Photo Courtesy Tetley Photo

Conejo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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