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Glamourdale, Sourced from


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De Niro. Sourced from eurodressagecom



Kadon Park Glamour N Glitz

Born 2nd December 2023

SOLD! In utero to Victorian dressage rider Karlie Simone Owen












Glamourdale was the FEI WORLD CHAMPION of 7 year old dressage horses in 2018 and in 2022 became the WORLD CHAMPION in Grand Prix freestyle and Grand Prix special, making him 2 time WORLD CHAMPION!. Combine this talent with one of the greatest dressage stallions ever De NIro, who was WBFSH number one stallion for 6 years. Tell me this foal isn't everything you have been searching for! A serious FEI prospect, estimated to mature 16.2-16.3hh.


GLAMOURDALE is the undisputed champion of the KWPN Stallion Inspection 2014, the reserve champion of the KWPN Performance Test 2014. Glamourdale performed very well in the PAVO Cup and the Stallion Competition. In 2018, Glamourdale was crowned as FEI World Champion of the 7-year-old dressage horses at the World Championships in Ermelo. In 2019 Glamourdale is unbeaten in the Small Tour with victories during the CDI Compiègne and CHIO Aachen. In 2020 he made his debut with a top score of almost 78% in the Grand Prix. In 2021 he made his debut in the International Grand Prix with a score of 76.4% in the Grand Prix Special. During the World Equestrian Games in Herning (Denmark), Glamourdale won the Grand Prix Special (82.508) and the Freestyle (90.654%) in a phenomenal way which made him the two time Grand Prix World Champion.

LORD LOXLEY won the silver medal at the World Young Dressage Horse Championships in Verden. He earned the gold medal in the 5-year old Dressage Horse division at the 2004 Bundeschampionate in Warendorf, Germany.  At the Bundeschampionate no other horse in Lord Loxley’s division came close to his power, suppleness and ground coverage. Lord Loxley was only lightly campaigned at national Grand Prix level.


NEGRO  is winner of both the 2000 and 2001 stallion competitions. During the WC in Verden, Negro was the best 6-year-old KWPN stallion. Negro completed his Small Tour period successfully. Of the 4 times he competed, he won three times. He won his first start in the Big Tour convincingly, with a super debut score of 72.50%, demonstrating his unprecedented talent for piaffe and passage. Almost half of his offspring are registered as sport horse and the first of them are already competing at the highest international level. Showpiece is of course the ‘golden’ horse VALEGRO under Charlotte Dujardin, maybe one of the best Grand Prix ever. 


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 dressage championships and in 2002 he was winning in International competition. He was awarded Hanoverian stallion of the Year in 2008. In 2010, De Niro was awarded 5th place on the WBFSH list, with 10 internationally successful offspring at Grand Prix-level. 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. He ranked at number 1 for the following 6 years. 6 of his offspring were competing at the London Olympic games and he has produced olympic gold winning horses and FEI ranked number 1 horses. 

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.

ALABASTER did a very good stallion test in Adelheidsdorf in 1992, where his aptitude for dressage became very evident. He achieved the title of federal champion of 5 year old dressage horses in Warendorf in 1994. He was successful as a sports horse up to Grand Prix level. His most famous offspring were Isabell Werth's Apache and Hayley Beresford's Jaybee Alabaster


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