Kadon Park Desires
DUE 24th Sep 2022
A pedigree with so much promise! DESTANO represented Australia in the Tokyo Olympic Games, and is currently winning GP dressage Internationally with Australian rider Simone Pearce. Combined with Australia's proven and talented imported Grand Prix stallions that have beautiful trainable temperaments, this foal could be our Brisbane 2032 representative!! Expected to mature 16.3hh
DESTANO was the main premium winner at the 2011 Oldenburg Stallion Test in Vechta in a field of strong competitors. despite a heavy breeding career, He represented Australia at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics and since then has had multiple Grand Prix wins internationally in 2022 with Australian Rider, Simone Pearce
DESPERADOS FRH needs no introduction to dressage riders and breeders. He is recognized as one of the top dressage sires in Germany at the moment and one of the most successful Grand Prix Stallions, previously holding position number 1 on the FEI Dressage world rankings. Desperados was a premium stallion at the Hanoverian December licensing in 2004 in Verden.After winning the 2010 German Dressage Derby in Hamburg, spectacular highlights followed in 2011 & 2012. Under his rider, Kristina Sprehe, he dominated the show in Oldenburg in Grand Prix as well as the Grand Prix Special. In December 2011, they were appointed members of the German dressage championship team, and in 2012, the Hanoverian Verband bestowed the honor of Grande Prize upon the stallion before he and the young Kristina went on to team silver medal at the Olympic Games in London 2012. He was team European Champion in Herning in 2013 and team World Champion in Caen/FRA in 2014. He won the team bronze medal as well as two times the individual silver medal at the EC in Aachen. In the 2016 Rio Olympic Games Desperados FRH came home with a bronze individual medal and was a member of the olympic gold winning team.
DE NIRO In 1997, De Niro was vice champion of the stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf with a score of 141.93 points and champion of rideability with a score of 145.41 points.
In 2000, he won Grand Prix dressage tests at the age of seven.
In 2001, he won the German Championships of Professional Riders
In 2002, he won international Grand Prix and Grand Prix Special dressage tests in Saumur and Berlin.
In 2003, he was the winner of the German Dressage Derby in Hamburg.
In 2007, De Niro’s son Deveraux became World Champion of the six-year-old dressage horses in Verden. Several of De Niro’s offspring have been victorious in Grand Prix dressage competitions.
In 2008, De Niro was honoured by the Hanoverian Society with the title “Stallion of the Year”.
In 2010, De Niro was awarded place five of the World Breeding Federation for Sporthorses with 10 internationally successful offspring at Grand Prix-level. His son Dablino won the Team Bronze Medal with rider Anabel Balkenhol in Kentucky at the world championships. Desperados by De Niro and his rider Falk Rosenbauer won the German Dressage Derby in Hamburg.
In 2012, De Niro is ranked first in the ranking of the World Breeding Federation for Sports Horses. Therefore he is the best dressage stallion of the world.
In 2013, De Niro confirmed his status as best dressage stallion of the world. The German dressage team with Desperados and D‘Agostino won the Gold Medal at the European Championships in Herning.
In 2014, the German Dressage Team including Desperados and D‘Agostino won the Team Gold Medal at the World Equestrian Championships in Normandy.
In 2015, Desperados and Delgado won Silver and Bronze at the European Championships in Aachen.
By a wide margin, De Niro is the worlds best dressage stallion
More than 70 licensed stallions originate from De Niro. His offspring are sought after everywhere and they are always successful.
BRENTANO II was winner of the licensing 1985, as well as the Stallion Performance Test. He has been trained to Grand Prix level. Like his father he is a very rideable dressage horse and highly esteemed as a hereditary transmitter of rideability and rhythmic movement.He is an outstanding sire for top dressage horses, yet also produces the odd excellent showjumper.One of Brentano’s successful dressage offspring is the mare Brentina, who convincingly won the individual and team gold medal at the Panamerican Games in 1999. Brentina went on to win the 2003 World Cup Dressage Final, has competed at the Olympic Games in Athens and Hong Kong. and won team silver the WEG in Jerez and bronze in Aachen with the US team. Brentano 11 was awarded the Hanoverian of the Year honour in 2003.
LAURIES AS was Premium Stallion at the Hanoverian licensing 2004 and completed his 30 day Performance Test in Germany in 2005 with outstanding scores: character 10, temperament 9.5, willingness to work 9.5, walk 9, canter 8.5 and jumping 8. He qualified for the 5 and 6 year old Bundeschampionate and the World Young Horse Championship in Verden. After being imported to Australia in 2008, he has had a successful competition career which includes:
* * QLD ELEMENTARY & RES MEDIUM CHAMPION 2009
* * NSW ELEMENTARY & MEDIUM CHAMPION 2009
* * HHSA ELEMENTARY & MEDIUM HORSE OF THE YEAR 2009
* * EFA (QLD)) ELEMENTARY & MEDIUM HORSE OF THE YEAR 2009
* * HHSA ADVANCED HORSE OF THE YEAR 2010
* * AUSTRALIAN ADVANCED CHAMPION 2010
* * MULTIPLE PRIX ST GEORGE CHAMPION 2011
* * EA (QLD) SMALL TOUR HORSE OF THE YEAR
LONDONDERRY was the winner of the 1997 stallion licensing. In 1998 he came fifth in the stallion performance test achieving 134.56 points for dressage. In 1999 this captivating stallion convincingly won the riding horse performance test during the German Riding Championships in Verden and then the highest results at the Federal Championship of German Riding Horses in Warendorf as well. Two years later in 2001 he repeated his success when he became Vice-Champion of the 6 year old dressage horses in Warendorf. He competed up to Intermediaire 1 level. In the 2021 Hanoverian stallion book, he has 776 competitors . He has produced 95 ‘S’ level dressage horses with five at 5* level making him Hanoverian Stallion of the Year in 2013.
FISHERMANS FRIEND excelled in his stallion performance test with a total of 124.08 points and attracted everybody's attention by his floating movements and his high rideability. He was imported to Australia from Germany in 2005 where he had been the Leader of the Celle State Stud Stallion Dressage Quadrille in 2004 and 2005. Since commencing his dressage career in Australia, he has been nothing but sensational. He was awarded:
* * Australian Medium Dressage Champion 2006,
* * HHSA Medium Horse of the Year 2006
* * Australian Advanced Dressage Champion 2007,
* * EFA (Qld) Advanced Horse of the Year 2007
* * Advanced Horse of the Year in both 2007 and 2008,
* * Australian Prix St George Dressage Champion 2008.
* * EFA (Qld) Reserve Small Tour Champion 2008
* * Australian Intermediate II Champion 2009
* * EA (QLD) FEI Dressage Horse of the Year 2009
* * Multiple Grand Prix Champion 2011
* * EA (Qld) Big Tour Horse of the Year 2012,
He has already sired international competition horses in both dressage and showjumping, including Grand Prix dressage horses in three different countries.
LAURIES CRUSADER is the only thoroughbred stallion that has been awarded the coveted ‘Hanoverian Stallion of the Year’ trophy in 2006. On the 2007 WBFSH stallion rankings, Lauries Crusador was ranked 4th. His progeny include Lesotho, a member of the Olympic gold medal team in Athens under Ellen Schulten-Baumer. Louis Heslegard, ridden by Gerda Lehmann, was on the Danish Olympic team, and at the 2006 World Equestrian Games in Aachen, Le Primeur, competed for Switzerland under Marie-Line Wettstein.
PIK BUBE I sired performers in all disciplines. Not only did he compete successfully at grand prix dressage, his daughter, Pikantje was Federal German riding horse champion of 1981, and Pik Bube’s Girl won the 1990 Federal Mare Show in Verden. Pik Primaire, Pik Noir and Pik Royal were amongst the 49 of his offspring that were successful in advanced dressage, while 19 showjumpers achieved advanced level.
FABRIANO is regarded as one of the best stallions in the current Hanoverian breed. Champion of the 1990 Stallion Performance Test, placing first in jumping and fourth in dressage, Fabriano demonstrated his versatility. His performance offspring have also performed well in both dressage and jumping, up to grand prix level in both disciplines.
Brentano II. Sourced from ihb.com.au
De Niro. Sourced from www.elitefrozenfoals.com
Desperados. sourced from www.horsedeals.com.au
Destano. sourced from HHSA facebook page
Lauries As. Sourced from hanoverian.org.au
Londonderry. Sourced from elitestallions.co.uk
Fishermans Friend. Sourrced from remistud.com