Blue Hors Bentley Sourced from
Rotspon Sourced from
Weltmeyer. Sourced from
Olympic Ferro. Sourced from
Rubinstein. Sourced from
Kadon Park Brilliant Alibi
BORN 6th Jan 2019
Sired by international PSG/Inter 1 competitor Blue Horse Bentley, out of our Rotspon mare who currently has 4 succesful progeny (one on the EA national futures squad and one who was exported to NZ!), this filly is bound to shine in the dressage arena. A beautifully presented black filly that ADORES people. Expected to mature 16.1hh
BLUE HORS BENTLEY (IFS) is an exceptional young horse competing PSG/inter 1 in Germany (now gelded). Bentley has a beautiful trot action, long legs and incredible presence in every situation. He was awarded premium stallion at his Hanover licensing in 2008, an absolute favourite with the public as the most coveted stallion at the auction and at his stallion performance test, where he scored 9.0 for trot, 9.5 for canter and a perfect 10.0 for his rideability, placing him as reserve champion overall. Bentley was also reserve champion in the dressage index.
Bentley’s dam line has produced both successful advanced level dressage horses and show jumpers who have competed up to 1.5 m level. Bentley is a premium stallion with three excellent paces.
The dam’s line has produced both successful advanced level dressage horses and show jumpers.
BELISSIMO M is one of the most successful young dressage breeding stallions of all.He was corowned 2018 Hannoveraner Stallion of the Year.
In 2002 Belissimo achived the highest result in a 30-day test to that date, scoring the perfect 10.0 four times. In 2003 he became Bundeschampion of the four-year-old stallions in Warendorf and qualified for the Young Horse World Championships in Verden, where he finished fifth in the final. Belissimo continued his success at the Bundeschampionate second in the final of the six-year-old dressage horses when he bungled one flying change even though he looked far the best horse in the class.
Under Australian Hayley Beresford he had a successful career at Grand Prix level, qualifying for the London Olympic Games in 2012.As riding horse maker, Belissimo M set records: Nine stallion performance test winners and four vice performance test winners among 46 licensed stallions are probably world record! 85 state premium mares, among them, champion mares in Hanover, Bavaria and Westphalia as well as the 2012‘ Rhineland Champion Mare speak for his stability in inheritance. In addition, there are five Bundeschampions and, with Blickpunkt, there is a double bronze medal winner of the World Championship for young dressage horses
ROTSPON was awarded 'Hanoverian Stallion of the Year' in 2017 by the Hanoverian Verband in Verden, Germany. At his performance test in Adelheidsdorf in 1998 Rotspon came first in the overall placing and first in dressage, scoring an excellent 148.82 points in the dressage category. Rotspon is a very impressive horse with a great rideability, outstanding movements and a high ability for dressage. He also has a good jumping technique which is above average. He is an elegantly made sire in a noble black coat with a lot of expression and appearance. He has high rideability, quality basic gaits and a very good attitude. Besides his extraordinary dressage he also has a good jumping result.
Rotspon's son, Rosevelt, competed for Team USA at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Team USA won Bronze. Rosevelt also won the 2015 Grand Prix in Wellington, FL and did it again one month later at the Grand Prix CD13*.
Rotspons foals have beautiful heads and a good conformation They are equipped with a very elastic trot and a ground covering walk, and have been very much in demand. In the 2015, according to the Hanoverian Stallion Book, Rotspon is credited with 888 competition progeny with winnings of €680,105 – 767 dressage placegetters with 80 progeny competing at S level.
WELTMEYER was crowned champion of his stallion licencing in verden On the WBFSH standings for 2007, Weltmeyer was second place, has earned his place in the history books for producing countless top notch horses such as World Cup winner Warum Nicht, Olympic gold medal winner Weltall, eleven Bundeschampions and over 90 approved sons.Weltmeyer, has earned his place in the history books for producing 148 successful advanced level dressage horses, including Olympic gold medal winners such as Weltall and World Cup winner Warum Nicht, eleven Bundeschampions, numerous top priced auction horses and over 90 approved sons.What more can be said about Weltmeyer? He is a legend. As the AHS put it, "Weltmeyer continues to almost single-handedly reshape the Hanoverian breed." He was the 1986 winner of the stallion licensing in Verden, and the 1987 winner of the stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf. In the same year Weltmeyer also won the three-year-old stallions classification at the Federal Championships of German Riding Horses in Warendorf. In 1988 he was honored in Verden as best stallion of his age-group and awarded with the "Freiherr von Stenglin-Prize". One year later he became DLG Champion 1989 in Frankfurt. And last but not least he became "Hanoverian Stallion of the Year" in 1998. As of today, Weltmeyer has produced 70 licensed sons, all of them are excellent stallions. A study of the pedigrees of many internationally prominent Hanoverian dressage horses reveals that many are either by sons of Weltmeyer or out of one of his daughters. At the 2002 Ratje Niebuhr-Show, Weltmeyer was the leding sire. Out of 51 mares which placed first through third in 17 classes, Weltmeyer sired eight, including champion SPS Wiami and and reserve champion Wicke. Overall, his blood was present in one third of all the mares, by from 25% to 50% percent. When it comes to capacity for dressage and the temperament necessary for a top competitor, this stallion simply cannot be beaten.In 2005, Weltmeyer received a Breeding Value Index of 152 points, with an assurance of 99% heritability, from the German Equestrian Federation.
SALUTE (IMP) is probably the most influential performance bloodline in Australia. Salute sired:
Victory Salute, Australian grand prix champion & 9th at the WEG in 2010
Stirling Stilton, who represented Australia at the WEG in 2002
Stirling Sprite, an advanced eventer and world cup showjumper
Snowshoes, world cup showjumper
Staccato, who was previously ranked number one eventing stallion in the world
Stirling Soux - four star eventer
f1 Pharenelli - four star eventer
the dam of Mystery whisper, who competed in eventing at the 2012 olympics
RUBINSTEIN was a multiple Oldenburg dressage champion, series winner of dressage competitions up to advanced class, and multiple Intermediare II and Grand Prix winner. Rubinstein is known as a great improver for the breed. He consistently passes on his wonderful temperament, trainability and movement.
BELTAIN was injured just before his stallion licensing, it was not clear whether he would ever be rideable. Beltain recovered from his accident and successfully competed at S level. When he was about ten years old, he was finally licensed on the basis of his success in the sport, which, in those days, happened very rarely. Beltain then stood at the Westfalien State Stud, but was not much used, and he died in 2002 before his son Belissimo put him on the map…