||A choice for highest bid of Donarweiss GGF*, or Dubarry, or Escher DFEN, or Landkoenig, or Lord Adonis, or Rubignon
Donarweiss was champion of his 30 day test with an overall score of 8.33. He showed his versatility with individual scores of 9 for rideability and jumping technique . With Starr Vaughn Equestrian in late 2011, Donarweiss and Genay Vaughn qualified just a few months later for the U.S National Championships where they placed third in the Young Rider Division. Later that season they won the team Silver Medal at NAYRC. In 2013, the pair were Reserve National Champions in the Under 25 Grand Prix Division and won the Region 7 USDF Championships for Intermediare II Jr/ Yr. In 2015 they were one of two combinations selected to represent the United States in the Under 25 Grand Prix Division in Europe. They were the highest ranking American combination in their division in multiple European Nation Cups. In 2017 Genay and Donarweiss were members of the Under 25 Grand Prix Silver Medal Team in Florida. In 2018 Genay and Donarweiss were ranked 5th in the Open AHS/USDF Intermediate II All Breeds Awards. Donarweiss has successfully competed at Grand Prix for over nine years. His sweet character, Athleticism, trainability and incredible looks are attributes that he passes down to his offspring.
2009 black 17.1 hh Hanoverian with a jet black coat and a splendid type, this son of Don Frederico knows how to show himself off. Due to his enormous freedom of shoulder and the power in his hindquarters, Dubarry doesn't know any limits to his movement. He has demonstrated these abilities during his first public presentations, and has displayed himself as a very rideable and motivated athlete. Imported from Celle in July 2015, Dubarry brings elegance and high rideability.
Escher is a 16.2hh Hanoverian stallion who epitomizes the modern type of sport horse. He is a smooth, correct, and very balanced young horse. He is a source of Thoroughbred blood for breeders looking to add that increasingly important element to their breeding programs. In 2018 Escher was the only 3 year old North American stallion licensed by the American Hanoverian Society (AHS). He was very well received at his licensing and rewarded with terrific scores. He received a 9 for "Type and Masculinity." He also scored a 9 for neck and 8's for saddle position, frame, foreleg, conformation, and importantly canter, jumping ability, and overall impression. One Hanoverian judge commented that Escher was a stallion he would use in his own program.
Escher is a natural choice for the jumper mare, especially for those who would like to continue a desirable type. Both of Escher's parents are in the AHS Jumper Breeding Program (JBP). Escher is by the legendary stallion Escudo II who maintained the highest riding type of Hanoverians worldwide for 8 consecutive years. Escher's genetics combine the multi talent, strong top line, and beauty of Escudo II with similar traits in addition lightness and legginess from the dam side.
Landkoenig, a 16.3H, bay, elite Hanoverian stallion, 4 socks, a star and snip. Landkoenig completed his 100 day test at Adelheidsdorf as a three-year-old and was 7th out of 50 with 118.10 points overall and a 9.5 for stadium jumping, 8's for willingness to work, character, temperament and the walk. Overall balanced on his jumping and rideability scores.
The Hannoveraner Jahrbuch Hengste 2005 lists Landkoenig with a jumping breeding value of 132 putting him ahead of Ritual, Drosselklang, Espri, Escudo II, Grosso Z and many other top German Grand Prix producers! Landkoenig is in fact the highest rated jumper listed, standing in the U.S. listed in the 2009 Stallion yearbook with a jumper breed value of 135 and 140 for ability, slightly higher than super producer and 2007 stallion of the year Argentinus.
Landkoenig has produced, from his first foal crop, a licensed Hanoverian stallion son and in 2002 broke the record for producing the highest selling jumper ever in the history at the Hanoverian Elite auctions in Germany. Lantinus, a four-year-old gelding sold for Euro 215,000 also setting the record price for the Hanoverian auction year, something never done by a jumper!
Lord Adonis 2008, 16.2hh was raised and owned in Germany by renowned international Grand Prix jumper Rene Tebbel. In 2010 Lord Adonis was presented and approved at the Oldenburg Hengst-Tage. In June of 2012 he was imported to the U.S.A. A couple of months after leaving quarantine he was taken to the 2012 North American Stallion Performance Testing where he received an impressive 7th in Dressage (110.78), 7th in Jumping (111.83), 8th Overall (111.58). He was one of only four horses inspected for approval by the Hanoverian society earning an Elite status. As printed in the AHS magazine the judges remarked: "Lord Adonis impressed because of his good type and his long legs. He clearly is still developing. In jumping, his ability was especially impressive; in the dressage test, he received high rideability values. His sire Lordanos is known to produce a ground covering walk and a good canter". The scores he received during the testing are: Character: 9; Temperament : 8.5; Constitution: 9; Stadium Jumping: 9; Free Jumping: 9; Cross Country: 8.5; Walk: 8.5; Canter: 8.25; Trot: 7.5.
Rubignon, a black 16.2h Oldenburg stallion, listed for the Swedish Dressage team in 2008 and 2009 has 17 GP wins and placings including international wins in his name. Rubignon - Rubinstein/Donnerhall/Pik Solo, 4 generations of Grand Prix and international performance combined with fantastic character, temperament and type. Rubignon's Dam "Una Donna" is from the "Utoba" stamm with Samun xx and Vollkorn xx on the bottom. This Stamm produced the licensed stallions Azzarro, Landtinus, the International jumper Figaro's Boy successful with Ludger Beerbaum and from Una Donna herself Racoon, Una Placida a successful jumper and Rubignon. Rubignon was the most popular breeding stallion for SWANA both in 2002 and 2003. He bred the following years in Germany and Sweden where he simultaneously had a successful Grand Prix career.
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