Our second foal for 2022 is an exciting cross that we are looking forward to!
Lily’s sire, Hampton, as a 3-year-old, was reserve champion of his 70-Day Stallion Test in Schlieckau with the overall score of 134.24. Hampton’s sire, His Highness, was the Champion of his Hanoverian stallion licensing, his stallion test and the Danish stallion licensing. He was a successful dressage competitor and sire. Hampton’s dam sire was the legendary Rotspon. Rotspon was reserve champion of his licensing and the following year, easily won his performance test with a score of 145.67. He was a particular star for the test riders, giving them all such a pleasant ride.
Highland Lily’s dam, Daulia, is by the successful Hanoverian sire, Dauphin. By the end of his 11-Month Stallion Performance Test at Adelheidsdorf, with 49 other colts participating, he had earned a score in dressage that ranked him fourth in the group, and Dauphin was invited to remain at Celle on breeding lease. Dauphin descends from the famous dressage stallion Donnerhall, who was known not only for having a successful career as a sport horse, but also passing on his abilities to his offspring to become an influential sire. He placed second in his performance test at Adelheidsdorf and won many Grand Prix, Grand Prix Specials and Freestyles. Dauphin’s dam sire is the famous Hanoverian Stalllion, Feiner Stern. Feiner Stern completed his stallion performance test in 1986 in Adelherdsdorf and he received 9’s on his trot, canter, and rideability.
Zhivago was the reserve champion of the 2007 KWPN Stallion Licensing. He also became the winner of the 2007 KWPN Autumn Stallion performance testing. He matured to campaign successfully as an international small tour horse at Prix St. Georges and Intermediare I, and up to Intermediare II. Zhivago won the 2010 and 2011 KWPN Stallion Competition and 2009 Pavo Cup Finals. His stallion performance test scores were: Walk (x2): 9, Trot (x2): 8, Canter (x2): 9, Elasticity: 8.5, Posture & balance: 8.5, Rideability & attitude: 9, Talent as a dressage horse: 9.
His sire, Krack C competed very successfully regularly scoring over 70% at Grand Prix throughout 2002, 2004 and 2006. He is an extremely “blood type” producing beautiful long lined foals with correct hind leg and fore leg action. Krack C has several approved sons. His grandsire, Flemmingh placed third in his performance test in 1990, scoring three 9s, including a 9 for jumping. His dam, ORENDY is a prestatie, ster, preferent mare descending from an illustrious line of top producers. She was sired by Jazz, the leading sire in the world of international Grand Prix horses, according to the WBFSH which ranked him number one in the world five times. Jazz was performance tested in 1994. His scores were well above average with an 8 for his walk, an impressive 9.5 for his trot 8.5 for his canter with three 9’s for trainability, stable behavior and overall training.