Bred Homozygous Coloured Bay Tobiano Dutch Warmblood Stallion
Standing At Stud.
Solaris Buenno is a valuble addition to the world of warmblood
and sport horse breeding.
His bloodlines are a combination of both jumping and dressage
genes from the worlds leading stud books including the grand
prix show jumping stallion Wellington by stallion of the century
Nimmerdor. On his damline we find the bloodlines of Ekstein,
Lucky Boy Joost and Damenstolz. His pedigree is also made
up of nearly 50% thoroughbred blood including Perciles xx
Lucky Boy xx, Compromise xx, Katamaran xx, Le Faquin xx, Korridon
xx, Relic xx and Katouchon xx.
His tobiano colouring comes from the Grand Prix dressage
stallion Samber the only coloured stallion to have been approved
by the KWPN stud book to date.
In addition to his proven performance bloodlines, Buenno
is Homozygous for the tobiano gene, thus providing breeders
with the certainty that his progeny will be coloured with
Buenno, has inherited the qualities of both sire and dam,
elasticity of gaits, a free shoulder and quick active engaging
hind leg but regrettably suffered an injury as a yearling
severing his hind extensor. It has therefore not been possible
to follow a showing or ridden career.
For the showing enthusiast his progeny have however achieved
tremendous success in the show ring inhand and now under saddle
already claiming some of the most prestigious titles in the
country show ring.
Solaris Buenno has proven himself as a consistent progenitor
of 1st premium, prize winning and In Hand Champions at the
most prestigious county level shows throughout the UK. They
inherit an abundance of presence and elevation to their paces
with designer coats as a bonus. They are powerful, supple
and have very straight movement with strong well developed
top line whose limbs are free from conformation defects, hence
their success in the show ring. Despite Buenno's small height
his progeny are all taller than their dams.
In 2016 HM The Queen Elizabeth II placed her confidence
in Solaris Buenno and bred him to her homebred coloured mare
Tiger Lilly who evented Internationally with success by grand
2017 will see the arrival of his largest largest foal crop
to date with his first foals due in Australia, Belgium, France
and throughout the UK.
His sire Umenno shown in hand throughout the UK, standing
Open Non Native National Champion and young stock reserve.
He has stood Champion at many National county shows including,
the Scottish Chaps National, the Royal Highland Show, Fife
Show, and Great Yorkshire along with other wins in Sport Horse
As a four year old he jumped double clears in British Novice.
Discovery and Newcomers. He qualified for the Royal Show potential
showjumper, the Royal International Horse Show BSPA Ridden
finals, Burghley young event horse, Arena UK 4 year old SJ
championship, and the Scottish Sports Horse 4 year old showjumping
sport horse series along with numerous overall Championships
in ridden sport horse classes often standing vainquer to older
competitors. Winner of the five year classes at Bicton and
the six year old class in St Legier Switzerland with additional
placings at RII with Rudi Wallerbosch.
Umenno has since been sold to South Africa and has dominated
the showing circuit with multiple wins and Championships.
His dam is our NRPS Dutch Warmblood foundation mare Edwina
by The KWPN registered NRPS approved Preferent bay tobiano
stallion Edking Hill. Supreme Champion of Show, Fife, winner
of the CHAPS ONN Royal Highland Show, Supreme Champion Coloured
Dabbs Spring Show, placed 2nd in the CHAPS HOYS ridden qualifier
Royal Lancs and Yorkshire. At Perth show she was winner of
the small ridden hunter.
At the SSH mare gradings Edwina was awarded very high scores
for movement by KWPN stallion director Toine Hoefs walk 9,
trot 8.5 canter, conformation and jump 7 earning a 1st premium.
In 2014 she gained the Model Predicate based on the quality
of her offspring. Her progeny have also been consistently
successful in the county show ring Nationwide at the most
prestigious shows including HOYS, CHAPS Champs, The Royal
Highland Show, Perth, Equifest and many more.
KWPN approved Keur predicate stallion who belonged to the
famous VDL Stud in Holland. A successful show jumper at 1.60m
level and the sire of many predicate mares. Farrington, Glennridge
and Emillion were of World Cup success. His offspring are
of International show jumping standard include Jerome, VDL
Jupiter and What a Game. Wellington also sired successful
dressage horses including Ceylon and Bolvorms.
KWPN Stallion of the Century. Son of the Preferent stallion
Farn, the Preferent Nimmerdor was the most famous of all the
old-fashioned Holstein offspring. Nimmerdor has had a tremendous,
far-reaching influence upon the world of equestrian breeding
and has sired over 50 Approved sons as well as a multitude
of international show jumpers and exceptional brood mares.
KWPN Ster predicate mare, one of of 17 offspring daughter
of the Ster Preferent mare Solinde. Evelien was one of eight
full siblings by Samber and is a full sister to the German
approved stallion Sambucco B who sired nine approved stallions
in Germany icluding Sinclair B. Evelien herself produced 12
offspring, 7 of which have proven themselves in sport.
Grand Prixdressage stallion he competed witgh success in
showjumping 1.30m. He is sire to over 1500 progeny with 50%
being coloured. He produced versatile offspring succeeding
in all Olympic disciplines and remains the only coloured stallion
to have been approved with the K.W.P.N. – at present.
An English bred Thoroughbred. He stood at stud in the Netherlands
from 1976 until his death in 1987. He was one of very few
Thoroughbreds like Lucky Boy to achieve Preferent status.
Pericles did some racing and competed in Open Jumpers later
in his career. His offspring made excellent sport horses and
proved themselves in the breeding shed as well. Pericles was
best known as being a dressage sire. He is also the maternal
grandsire of the legendary stallion Ulft. Not only was perciles
dam sire of the most famous coloured stallion to date "Samber"
but also when combined with the Nimmerdor son Glendale produced
the dam of "the world most famous dressage stallion "Moorland's
The NRPS approved stallion Ed King Hill fulfilled a successful
career showjumping 1.30m with Wout-Jan van der Schans in Holland
competing successfully at the same time in dressage with Roel
van Laar Swets, thus gaining the sport predicate. Edking Hill
also gained Prestatie status through his progeny and has left
behind him two approved sons Everest Hill (AES) and Parade
D (Old) His bloodlines also carry on through Everij A (Edking
Hill x DE SAINT URUS D'OLYMPE X) a popular sire in Holland
and is the dam sire of the Approved NRPS stallion Haico. He
has produced a number of ster and keur mares and successful
Champion of the Stallion Performance Test and Champion 7-year-old
showjumper. Eksteins' most famous sons include the Olympic
competitor Joel, and the winner of the Spruce Meadows CSI****
$1,000,000 Grand Prix, found also in the damline of "Hickstead"
the Olympic Gold medalist Beijing 2008. Eksteins dam Zaniki
(1981) KWPN a Ster Pref Prestatie mare was full sister to
Approved Stallion & International Showjumper Palfrenier
and dam of numerous International Showjumpers inc. Ekstein,
Fury, Heartdancer, Joniki, & Lajos.
Edking Hill's dam the Ster Preferent mare Fabiola by Samber
was also the dam of the ZfDp Approved stallion "Cool
Cracker S by Concorde that has competed successfully up to
Prix St Georges level and Perfect Daddy a full brother to
Edking Hill who made it through to the second rounds of the
KWPN stallion selections and then went on to compete successfully
to Z level Dressage.
Unfortunately Zion died at an early age. Zion has four approved
sons including Ekstein, Edison, Edwig and Zodiac (NRPS), despite
being used for only two breeding seasons before he died. Considering
the few progeny that Zion produced that actually made it into
the competition world, his 127 points on the Dutch showjumping
index is remarkable. Zion is yet another son of by the famous
Thoroughbred foundation sire Lucky Boy XX mentioned previously.
An influencial showjumping sire that plays a substantial
role in todays modern showjumpers frequently found in the
bloodlines of many approved stallions and international showjumpers
most famously found in the line breeding program of Stal Roelofs.The
preferent stallion Joost was a top progenitor of show jumpers
and was highly ranked on the index with a breeding value of
148. He had many international offspring including the approved
stallions Hay Guy, Palfrenier, Ommen, VIP, and Carrera, Attentz
B, Satchmo, Jongger II, and Germus R.
In the damline of Edwina we find the Westphalen approved
stallion, Dottore a son of the Hannoverian stallion Damenstolz
by (Damhirsch out of Cyklame) who has produced many great
dressage horses of today 7 licensed sons, and 12 states premium