Scottish Sports Horse National Foal Champion 2104
An exqusite athletic palomino warmblood filly that combines
the strengths and characteristics of her parentage. Her
golden coat is beautifully off set with four white stockings
Bold brave and already very trusting this very pretty golden
girl shows all the desirable characteristics of becoming
a high achieving athlete in the disciplines of sport.
His sire has competed with good results
in all three disciplines. He demonstrates bold confidence
in his cross country, good scope and technique in jumping
and scores very good marks in his dressage. He is an exceptionally
fast learner with a willing trainable temperament which
he notably passes onto his offspring.
He has proven a popular choice for the breeders
and competitors of sport horses world wide, with progeny
now in, or due in Austria, Australia, France, Germany,
The Netherlands, the UK and the USA. He has consistently
sired quality first premium stock from a wide variety
of mare types, with the aim that they will compete in
the disciplines of dressage, eventing, endurance and jumping.
A number of progeny have been bred by well established
International event riders. 2017 will see the arrival
of his largest foal crop to date based on the success
of his frozen semen overseas and his fresh chilled distributed
throughout the UK.
His dam the KWPN Ster predicate mare who
has been shown in-hand with great success with endless
number of prizes and Championship Titles, as have her
offspring. She has excellent mechanics, is forward thinking,
intelligent and very obedient. Brought under saddle she
has a very good work ethic, is a fast learner and is eager
to please. Abisag also has a good KWPN dressage breeding
index of 127.
She has produced the first Premium Mare
by Solaris Buenno, Galaxie SSH"
by Amoureux, Scottish Sports Horse National Foal Champions
by Foundation and "Jakira
SSH", Kharisma SSH
and Lanaken SSH all by Kambarbay. Her 2015 daughter Kharisma
SSH has been retained as a future broodmare.
Her maternal brother Darius by Wonder Boy
was selected for the KWPN stallion second round inspections.
Abisag is currently in foal once again to Kambarbay for
His maternal grand dam Nanda is a daughter
of the KWPN approved Grand Prix dressage stallion Jacardo.
Her maternal brother is the successful International Grand
Prix dressage horse Stefano 8 (S. Gribaldi) ridden by Beatrice
Marienau (USA) winners of the Wellington FL CDI3* Grand
Prix Freestyle to Music 2016.
Stefano 8 has earned over 1000 FEI points
and is listed in the top fifty dressage progeny contributing
towards Gribaldi's third place WBFSH dressage sire ranking.
Others include the Prix St Georges/Intermediate
Dressage gelding "Titus" by Welt Hit II ridden
by Rhonda Dretel in the USA, Nanda's full brother Obed,
the STER mare Marije by Havidoff, Stefano's full brother
Zabad all of whom have competed with success at medium level
and Stefano's full sister the Keur mare and IBOP performance
tested mare Christa.
Approved by both the Hanoverian and KWPN
stud books he competed with success in the Pavo cup young
horse classes by Edward Gal.
Champion Stallion of the Hanoverian stallion
inspections he completed a very good Performance Test in
Adelheidsdorf with a score of 140.53 points in the dressage
elements. His most successful son is the Hanoverian approved
Grand Prix dressage stallion Wolkenritter.
Champion of his licensing in Verden. The judging
committee gave him the top score of 10 for his trot, his
canter stride was great, earning a score of 9.5, the walk
was ground-covering and earned an 8.0. In addition, he received
a 9.5 for conformation and overall impression. Weltmeyer
went on to win his performance test at Adelheidsdorf with
a dressage score of 143.94, but just as impressively he
gained a jumping score of 141.44. Weltmeyer comes from the
most successful dressage families in the world, the ‘W’
line that begins with Woermann who was the sire of "World
Cup" (I to IIII) and Wenzel I and II. In turn, World
Cup is the sire of not only Weltmeyer but also Walt Disney
A son of the legendary thoroughbred Vollkorn
xx. Champion of his licensing he went on to be a member
of the German Silver Medal winning Eventing Team at the
1976 and 1980 Olympic Games. Volturno won over 20 international
events before retiring to Stud where he produced a number
of licensed sons, including Voltur, Voltaire, Volturnus
KWPN Approved Grand Prix dressage stallion
sold to Canada.