2 weeks old
Fürstenball. Sourced from www.ihb.com.au
Fürst Heinrich. Sourced from www.bloomfieldfarm.com.au
Donnerhall. Sourced from www.mhverband.com
Olympic Ferro. Sourced from www.superiorequinesires.com
Regazzoni. Sourced from www.starquarryfarm.com
Kadon Park Furstenfolly
Born 15th December 2017
SOLD! to Darren and Tonia Scaife, successful Royal Show Competitors
Sired by Fürstenball (IFS) out of Bradgate Park Olympia. Ferro, Rubinstein and Donnerhall are the three most important dynasties in producing Olympic dressage horses in the world at this point in history. Bred in the purple for FEI dressage, this foal will be nothing short of spectacular. Expected to mature 16.2hh
FÜRSTENBALL (IFS), elite stallion, needs little introduction. King of the 2015 FN breeding valuation, winner or his stallion performance testing and licencing (with sixteen scores of 9 and above and a 10 for rideability), regional and national dressage champion in Germany, winner of advansed/PSG level dressage classes and 2013 VTV stallion of the year. It is hard to achieve more at such a young age!
FURST HEINRICH was well on his way to stardom before his life was sadly cut short at age 7. Awarded a Premium Stallion at his Licensing, he then went on to become Champion of his Performance Test in Münster- Handorf. As a five year old in 2003 he was crowned World Dressage Champion.
DONNERHALL'S bloodline is statistically the number one bloodline responsible or partly responsible for most of the top 50 dressage horses in the world. Donnerhall has the highest dressage index of all stallions ranked on the WBFSH rankings. Grandsire of Desperados and Weihegold, previously #1 and #2 on FEI standings. Donnerhall absolved his stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf as vice-champion with a score of in excess of 130 points, exceeding all fellow contenders in the field of rideability, scoring 9.5. This was followed by high placements and wins in Grand Prix, Grand Prix Special and optional Grand Prix events. In 1994, Donnerhall had not only already gained an outstanding reputation for himself as an exceptional sire through his approved sons, highly decorated daughters and numerous competition sports horses, but also returned home from the World Championships in Hague with team gold and individual bronze medals.Then at the 1997 European Championship in Verden, Donnerhall once again belonged to the golden team and won an additional individual bronze medal. At the 1998 World Championships in Rome, he was once more part of the German gold medal team and gained an excellent fourth place in the individual rating. Donnerhall was awarded Oldenburger Stallion of the Year in 1997 and 1998.
Grandsire of VALEGRO. Current #1 on FEI dressage rankings. Double world champion and current world record holder.
Sire of GLOCKS UNDERCOVER currently #3 on FEI dressage rankings
Grandsire of UTHOPIA. Gold medal winner at 2012 olympics
Grandsire of ARLANDO. currently #13 on FEI dressage rankings
Olympic Ferro competed at the 2000 Olympics and assisted his team in achieving a team silver medal, with an individual score of 74.92%. He also won team silver at the 1998 World Equestrian Games, 1999 European Championships and in 2000 he placed second in the World Cup Finals As a three-year-old he was champion of his performance test at Ermelo. His sire Ulft, (grandsire of Parzival who achieved silver at the London olympic games) is a son of the great Le Mexico, who is listed 10th on the jumping index with 142 points. Ferro's dam, Brenda, is a daughter of the Holsteiner, Farn, who is listed sixth on the jumping index with 146 points. Farn's son Nimmerdor, is listed second on the jumping index with 155 points. In addition to their dressage excellence, Olympic Ferro's offspring also make good jumpers. Olympic Ferro is currently ranked 7th on the WBNFSH World Stallion Rankings for dressage, and has previously been ranked first.
REGAZZONI was the overall champion of his Stallion Performance Test in 1994, scoring 10's in rideability and disposition, and 9 for his trot, 8.5 for his walk, and 8 for his canter. He won the fiinals of the 1996 German 5 year old dressage championship. He has competed successfully in dressage competitions up to intermediate level and been trained to Grand Prix level.
Ribera Grande is a state premium mare. She was awarded the best Hanoverian mare at the 2000 Euro-Mare Championship in Brussels, Belgium. Highest scoring mare at Elmloke from 82 mares. Winning mare at Dobrock Stutenschau and the winning mare at Verden. Imported to Australia by Bradgate Park in 2007.
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.