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Wolkentanz II’s dam, the State Premium mare Lovely, produced his full brother, Wolkentanz I, owned by the Celle State Stud in Germany as well as the full sister, WeiBe Rose, Champion of the 1994 Louis Wiegels Show.
The dam line has produced the brothers Chasseur I & II as well as numerous competition sport horses. Wolkentanz II’s dam sire, the black stallion Ludendorff, made a name for himself as a producer of easy to ride dressage & jumping horses.Wolkentanz II was a highly placed finalist in the 1998 Federal Three Year Old Stallion Championships in Warendorf, placing 4th.
In 1999 he was Reserve Champion of his Performance test at Medingen Germany with an index of 133.56 and was Champion of the Dressage portion with an index of 143.94 scoring two 10’s for rideability.
In 2000, he won the qualification for the Federal Championship at the Aschendorf State Competition and took part in the World Championship of Young Dressage Horses in Arnheim, Netherlands.
In 2001 he competed in the 6 yr old Dressage Horse Test at the International Dressage Festival in Lingen, winning with a top score of 9.6. He then went on to be a highly placed finalist at the Bundeschampionate for 6 yr olds in Warendorf.
Wolkentanz II went on to compete at Advanced level dressage (S level) with wins and high placings at Prix St. George and Intermediare I in Germany & Europe.Wolkentanz II is considered one of the best sons of Weltmeyer with very high breed values in Germany. He was ranked #2 of all Sires with 172 points for producing type and riding horse qualities & ranked # 14 of all Sires for Dressage with 145 points according to the 2007 Hannoveraner Jahrbuch Hengste. He adds type, excellent gaits, temperament & rideability to his offspring and is producing some truly outstanding competition horses showing & winning in Europe & North America.
Already in 2008, Wolkentanz II had 9 offspring competing at “S” (Advanced) level Dressage and 1 competing at “S” (Advanced) level Jumping.
He has sired 12 Approved sons (3 of which received Premium) & 21 State premium mares (42% of inspected mares).
He has sired many Bundeschampionate participants, riding horse Champions & offspring that are commanding top prices at the most prestigious sales and auctions. His son Wyllow R out of a Don Primero mare was the Bronze Medallist in the five-year-old division of dressage horses at the 2008 Federal Championships & sold for 380,000 Euro ($520,000.00 U.S.) at the PSI Auction in December 2008.
Odilon- 1997 Grey KWPN Dutch Stallion 16.1hh
Wolkentanz II- 1995 Imported Chestnut Hanoverian Stallion 16.3hh
Wolkentanz II has competed successfully at Advanced Level dressage and has the offspring that are following in his footsteps,12 Approved sons, 22 State Premium mares, Offspring competing & winning & commanding top prices
at the most prestigious sales and auctions, In 2012 – 18 offspring competing at “S” (Advanced) level Dressage
In 2012 – 1 offspring competing at “S” (Advanced) level Jumping
Wolkentanz II was owned by Mr. Johannes Westendarp in partnership with Böckmann’s & stood at stud at the Hengststation Böckmann in the Oldenburg area of Germany. Wolkentanz II has succeeded in being ranked among the top stallions in Germany for both Type & Riding Horse Qualities and for Dressage Values.
Wolkentanz II’s famous sire Weltmeyer, who hardly needs an introduction, is currently ranked third in the world for producing dressage horses, according to the 2008 World Breeding Federation statistics. Wolkentanz II’s dam, the State Premium mare Lovely, produced his full brother, Wolkentanz I, owned by the Celle State Stud in Germany as well as the full sister, WeiBe Rose, Champion of the 1994 Louis Wiegels Show.
Odilon is a kind stallion, producing foals that reflect his grace and gentle nature. Combine this with the talent of legendary sires such as Inspekteur, Calypso, Amor and Uniform, and you have the makings of a Champion.
Chosen for talent and temperament for dressage, Odilon has proven himself in competition and through his offspring. He has sired well over 100 foals with many receiving 1st and 2nd premium with Canadian Warmblood and Oldenburg registries. Odilon's oldest foals are now under saddle and just beginning to be shown. They are proving rideable and eye catching with Odilon's powerful back and hind quarters, and big elastic movement.
His son, Ghost was purchased by Olympian Leslie Reid. Leslie has been quoted as saying that Ghost has some of the qualities her much accomplished Mark has, and even some better. A 4-year old daughter of Odilon's, owned and ridden by Ariana Chia, is competing in the FEI 4-year old tests and has scored an 82 and an 83. Both times the judges addressed the crowd as to why this horse has International calibre as a dressage horse.
Graff, like his sire Graf Top, scored a 9 for jumping at his licensing when he was only 29 months old, He also had exceptional scores for all three gaits indicating he will pass on excellent dressage aptitudes as well.
Bred for performance, he is also gifted with a fantastic temperament.
With great names like Grannus, Calypso II, Cor de la Bryere, Absatz, Argentan and Gotthard to name a few in his bloodline, it is no surprise that he is a fabulous mover and talented jumper.
Graf possesses a wonderful work ethic and in fact enjoys every moment spent with him.
His sire Graf Top is one of the best breeding stallions in Germany. He has a jumping index of 127.88 and Dressage index of 126.93. His offspring have inherited an impressive index of 163 for jumping and 102 for Dressage.
Graff-2002 Imported Bay Hanoverian Stallion 16.3hh
The jumpers in Connaisseur’s bloodline are evident in the natural ability he demonstrates over fences. All three gaits are very correct, and he shows excellent use of the hind leg. With a naturally uphill balance, Connaisseur is a very modern type with an incredibly athletic build and beautiful head and neck. He has great presence, but his kind eye betrays a sweet, kind temperament. In the short time he has been under saddle, Connaisseur has demonstrated a wonderful character and great willingness to work. He is uncomplicated to ride and loves to please.
Connaisseur’s sire Con Amore was a Premium stallion in Verden in 2005, standing out from the crowd by his great type and three high-quality gaits. Unfortunately for the dressage world, Con Amore passed away at just six years of age. Con Amore’s sire was Contender (by Conteur), a highly placed three and four year old at the Bundeschampionat in dressage. He went on to become a very successful top level dressage horse. Conteur’s mother Ofarim is the grand-dam of the famous jumping stallions Contendro I and II and Caretano. Connaisseur’s dam Donna Clara, by Donnerhall, adds still more high-class dressage blood into his pedigree.
Connaisseur was leased to the Swedish National Stud at Flyinge as a three year old, where he became the fourth highest producing stallion in Sweden in 2010. Karl-Henrik Heimdahl at the Swedish National Stud has observed that Connaisseur “consistently produces foals with good movement; above all he seems to pass on his excellent canter and nice temperament. The foals seem to be very curious.” Connaisseur spent 2011 and 2012, until his importation to Canada, at stud at the Scholtens’ stable in Holland.
Although he was born in Germany, Connaisseur has the remarkable distinction of being approved in four countries: Germany (Westfalen), Holland (KWPN), Sweden (ASVH) and Belgium (BWP). And he achieved all that before his fourth birthday. A dressage stallion of the highest international quality, he attracted an extraordinary level of interest at the Swedish licensing, where he received an average gait score of 9.13, with 9.5 for his powerful, expressive trot, and a perfect 10 for his exceptional canter. As a four year old in 2011, Connaisseur successfully completed the KWPN’s 50 day performance test with 82.5 total points. He was described as an “honest, reliable stallion with a good attitude,” receiving 8.5 for canter, self carriage, rideability and character, and 8 for walk, trot and suppleness. Connaisseur’s willingness to work and talent as a dressage horse were also noted on his test results, along with the comment that he is easy going and quiet in the barn. As a breeding stallion he can be expected to improve rideablity and the canter in his offspring.
In August 2011, Connaisseur made an impressive competition debut at the Pavo Cup, where he placed third out of more than 85 horses with 352 points (with scores of 86 in both the Semi-final and the Final). He was ridden by renowned young horse rider Emmelie Scholtens, who also rode him to sixth place in the 2012 Pavo Cup.
Connaisseur -2007 Imported Brown KWPN Dutch Stallion 16.2hh
Dublin has sired over 400 registered KWPN offspring in Holland with over 200 competing in dressage, jumping and eventing up to FEI levels. He has produced 2 approved KWPN sons, 3 ster stallions, 113 stud book mares, 29 1st premium mares, 32 ster mares, 9 keur mares, 1 pref mare. In 1991, he sired the Champion colt at Brabant, and in 1992 the Dutch Champion mare at UTV. His 2 approved KWPN sons are Juventus ( Dublin x Principaal) and Izmir ( Dublin x Langraf). Dublin's son Juventus is owned by Iron Springs Farms of the USA. Juventus was the Reserve Champion at his performance test at Ermelo in 1994 and Reserve Champion at the Young Stallion Competition in Brabant 1997. In 1997 & 2000 he was the Dressage at Devon Breed Show Grand Champion as well as the USDF Horse of the Year, Second Level Adult Amateur 1997. He is currently competing and winning at 4th level in the U.S.
Dublin's grandchildren are also making their mark in Holland and in the U.S. Dublin is an approved KWPN stallion and was Champion of his Performance testing at Ermelo Holland in 1988. He scored impressive marks in both gaits and jumping along with top marks for rideablity, and character. Comments from 1994 Dutch Stud Book "Leading Sires of the Netherlands "At the 1988 performance test Dublin was the eye-opener of his year and became Champion with a superb list of marks. The trot and canter earned him 8.5 and both jumping components were awarded 8's. Moreover the dressage test, stable manners, training report and temperament all earned him 9's."
Performance Test Results: Ermelo Holland 100 day test 1988:
Gallop (G) : 8.5 Jumping (SPR) : 8 Character (K) : 9
Trot (D) : 8.5 Free Jumping (VS) : 8 Stall Behavior (SB) : 9
Walk (S) : 7.5 Cross Country (TP) : 8.5 Training Report (TR) : 9
Riding type (RT) : 8.5
In Holland, Dublin went on to compete successfully at the highest national level in dressage (ZZL+3) and in M+5 level jumping (4ft) while continuing his stud career. Comments from 1994 Dutch Stud Book "Leading Sires of the Netherlands" Dublin Progeny: "Dublin showed a uniform group of foals, that proved to be well-developed. The heads are very noble, according to the jury, often having a strikingly beautiful eye, while the foals also had strong muscled backs and croups. The trot of Dublin offspring is good with a lot of space, elasticity, free moving shoulders, and they often use the front legs in a very skillful manner. In the 1991, a colt by Dublin became Champion of Brabant. In '92, a 2 yr. old filly by Dublin became Dutch Champion at the UTV and a 3 yr. old son, one of the best all-rounders, was approved. All in all, Dublin, still young in years, already is considered a very successful breeding stallion."
Danse Diabolique is a modern type stallion, with correct conformation, elegant with a lovely head and neck. Pictures truly do not capture this stallion’s beauty. Danse Diabolique has a good temperament and is a lovely mover with three very nice gaits.
Danse has also demonstrated a very nice jump, and jumps in very nice form. Danse is a very nice choice for mare owner looking to breed a dressage or hunter prospect. Danse Diabolique absolved his 70 days test in 2002 at Neustadt Dosse and has completed all requirements for full approval. Since importation to the US he has competed successfully in Hunter classes.
Danse Diabolique has an impressive number of premium foals on the ground. He is consistent in producing his classic body type, stunning face, movements and calm temperament.
Through his dam line Limited Edition also brings highly sought after blood, his dam sire is Zeus. Zeus progeny have won over 5 million DM to date. Some of Zeus' highly successful show jumping progeny: Lonesome Dove, Czar, Zymbal I, Zymbal II, Swift, Beach Boy, Zenit, Zyklon, Zarino 4, Zunkunft, Zaandam, Zapateado, Zyklus, Zeno, Zandor Z, Marlon [VDL], and Zaster 5 make Zeus a paramount producer of show jumpers. In North America, Zeus has proven to be a very consistent and highly sought after sire of top hunters and show jumpers.
Limited Edition clearly shows his parentage, he is a stallion with a lot of eye appeal, very well put together, with an athletic build and correct conformation. He has a beautiful head, with a big kind eye, which clearly demonstrates his wonderful, kind temperament. Limited Edition is a stallion who loves to please. Limited Edition has 3 good gaits, a lot of push from behind, and a nice free shoulder. Limited Edition jumps in excellent form, and with a lot of scope. Limited Edition passed his 30 day test in 2001 with good scores in both the jumping and dressage portion.
In 2001 and 2002 Limited Edition qualified and participated in the Bundeschampionat as a 5 and 6 year old. Limited Edition also placed as a 5 year old at the International Horse Show, in addition to numerous other placings in show jumping competition.ype your paragraph here.
Falko, an exceptional Trakehner stallion was not only a top producer but also a champion hunter, hack and jumper mount. Sired by Koree, Cornelius, Donauwind. Dam line of Florett by Prusso by Totilas.
Winner of 1992 ATCO CUP
Falko - Chestnut Trakehner Stallion, 16hh
Radjah Z - Brown Oldenberg Stallion 16.1hh
Radjah Z comes from the ever producing source of sport horses named Zangersheide.the blood line combination of the top jumping stallion Ramiro (fritz Ligges) and Alme Z (Francois Mathy/Johan Heins) producing such stars as Rebel Z I, Royal Flash Z, Ramalgo Z, Rame Z, Rebel Z III, and now this Radjah Z.This breeding philosophy also produced Ratina Z, Silver Olympic and World Cup final winner. The sire Robin Z became the banner representative of this blood line. Radjah Z was bought as a foal by the studmaster Gerd Kraft from Zangersheide.
In Radjah's pedigree behind Ramiro and Alme Z , it continues with the grey stallion Sigesmund - the first Hannoverian taken in by the Oldenburg studbook.Sigesmund covered several years in Klein-Roscharden and with his daughters produced excellent partners for such stallions as Lowen As and Grannus..But he also directly was noted as producer of important jumping horses His son Sirius II was for several years running the most successful Oldenburg sport horse of his day.
Dublin - Imported Bay KWPN Dutch Warmblood Stallion, 16.1hh
Approved: KWPN, NA/WPN, German Oldenburg Verband, CWHBA
Dublin is one of a handful of TOP KWPN stallions to have been imported into North America.The 1988 Dutch Stallion Champion at Ermelo, Dublin is often described as a stunning horse and brings with him through his outstanding Dutch heritage the qualities that today's breeders are seeking; temperament, ability, quality, conformation, athleticism, elegance, power and movement. Dublin is very similar to his outstanding sire Ulft in appearance. Dublin's sire Ulft, is also the sire of Olympic Ferro the 1990 Performance test Champion at Ermelo, Holland and 2000 Olympic Dressage Medalist, Sydney. He was an extraordinary KWPN “Keur” sire. Other than Olympic Ferro, he produced such international stars as Caesar, Disney, and Utopia to name a few.
Ulft has produced 7 approved stallions including Boston, Dublin, Dukaat, Fair Play and again Olympic Ferro. He also has numerous Keur and Star daughters. The KWPN authorities have always had the greatest confidence in this lineage. Ulft has a high breeding reliability in jumping (91%) and a high dressage reliability as well. Dublin not only has proven himself in the competition ring, but also as a top sire with many children and grand children competing successfully in Holland, and around the world
AUTOCRAT - Imported Bay Hanoverian Stallion, 16.3hh
As of December 2005, AUTOCRAT was the 2nd LEADING SIRE of PREMIUM FOALS for the German Oldenburg Verband in North America, RANKED JUST BEHIND THE SENSATIONAL “SANDRO HIT”
By Aalborg out of St. Pr. St. Malvine by Matcho
Imported from the State Stud Celle Germany, Autocrat has already proven himself under saddle by very successfully completing the 300 day test.
Autocrat was 300 day tested at Adelheidsdorf and was ranked 14 out of 50 stallions. He placed 7th in dressage with over 120 pts.
Autocrat scored 8’s in: Character, temperament, willingness to perform, rideablity, trot, canter, and jumping scope.
Quiet, kind temperament, willingness to please, handsome good looks, versatile bloodlines and absolutely breathtaking elastic movement is what Autocrat brings with him to North America. With his amazingly free shoulder and his outstanding supple fluid movement, he is sure to produce some outstanding hunter and dressage mounts for the amateur and professional rider. He has a tremendous drive from behind and uses his back and hindquarter very effectively.
Sired by the famous Holsteiner stallion Lancer III, who passed his performance test in 1993 in Munster-Handorf with Class 1 status, finishing 3rd out of 75 with a total score of 131.24 points, he finished 3rd in the jumping portion with 133.32 points, including 9.5 for jumping ability, willingness to perform,general performance ability, and 9.25 for free jumping and course jumping. Lancer III started his career as state owned breeding stallion at the Landgestut Warendorf. Lancer III also went on to a successful sports career with Toni Hassmann, winning numerous show jumping competitions up to international level, and participated at the German National Championships in 1996. Lancer III is described as having good gaits with excellent propulsion and good conformation, he is also known for passing on excellent jumping ability, which is clearly demonstrated by his having over 250 offspring in sport.
Grand-Sire Landgraf I has been labeled by many "Stallion of the Century." His genes are securely anchored in the breed of the modern sport horse. His offspring have won just under seven million dollars mainly in show jumping and is still growing. Landgraf I produced more than 80 approved sons and more than 100 premium mares in Germany alone.
Sired by Donnerhall, who combined a sports career at Grand Prix level ridden by Karin Rehbein with a remarkable breeding performance, including more than 40 approved sons, which has made him one of the great dressage sires of this century.
Danse Diabolique also has a highly interesting dam line Grundstein II- Aktuell. Grundstein II is sired by Graphit. Graphit is considered in retrospect probably the best Grande son. Grundstein II himself is known for passing on sport talents for dressage as well as jumping and his offspring has competed at both the WEG and the Olympics.
Grundstein II is also now showing up in the dam line of many successful sport horses as well as very successful breeding stallions. Grundstein II’s dam Sissi is a daughter of the Sermon I, the blood of the great Hanoverian stallion line Springpferdevererbers and founder leads Senator. Sissi is dam of GOTENFRAU who producced the stallion Ramiro As (Ramiro Z).
Sissi’s dam St.Pr.St.Gotengold was probably one of the best daughters of the legendary Gotthard.Aktuell who is by Absatz, the most influential son of the foundation sire Abglanz, a Trakehner who influenced Hannover’s horses profoundly. Absatz sired such stallions as Argentan I, Akzent I and II, Admiral I and II, in addition to Aktuell. Aktuell sired 12 approved sons.
Danse Diabolique - Imported Black Oldenburg Stallion, 16.1hh
Limited Edition- Imported Bay Westfalen Stallion, 17hh