Kadon Park Questionable Affair
Due 25th SEP 2022
Sired by the talented up and coming dressage stallion Questing R out of Euroz Obsession. Expected to mature 16.3hh. A lovely combination of the "Q" and the "R" Line, both big moving, but reliable and trainable. Destined to be a future dressage star with massive potential for FEI dressage. Questing R is no longer standing to the public, so dont miss out!
QUESTING R started his competition career spectacularly in 2016/2017 where he scored a massive 89% at Novice level and on 12 occasions exceeded 70%. He became the Australian Novice and Elementary Dressage Champion. He is now competing successfully at advanced level and is entered for his first Prix St George test.
QUATERBACK was the Bundeschampion of the three year old riding horses in 2006 with the highest scores for his trot and canter. The test riders in Warendorf even gave him this dream score of 10.0. Prior to this test, he had won several tests for young riding horses. He was also the winner of his 30-day test. A heavy breeding schedule but he still managed to compete at PSG/Inter 1. He passes on an amazing ability for collection to his progeny. Over 70 sons of Quaterback are already licensed and he has produced several premium stallions at almost all German licensing. Quaterback was ranked number 4 on the 2020 WBFSH Dressage Sire Ranking, 5th in 2021
His most successful offspring are Quantaz (Isabell Werth), Quater Back Junior (Nicolas Wagner), Quatermain (Marina Mattsson), Quotenkonig (Theresa Friesdorf), Quantum Vis MW (Dorothee Schneider), Quebec and Quantum (Ulrike Prunthaller), Pathetique (Dorothee Schneider), Touchdown (Patrik Kittel), Queensland (Kristin Biermann), Quam Libet (Lisa-Marie Klossinger), Qatar (Berill Szoke Toth), Mister-C (Dorothee Schneider), Quaterboy (Estelle Wettstein), Quentano (Emile Faurie), Quincy,
QUATERMAN was the Reserve Champion at the licensing in Neustadt/Dosse, the winner of his stallion performance test and a participant in Bundeschampionate several times. Being a successful advanced (S) level sire he has been deemed one of the best sires for passing on good movements in the new German States.
QUANDO QUANDO His career in sport and breeding has been exemplary, beginning in 1995 as a top colt at the Vechta auction, continuing to become the 1c Premium winner at the stallion approval and the undisputed winner at the stallion performance test with the highest possible score of 10 for character and willingness to perform, a score of 9.5 for rideability and a score of 9 for temperament, walk, trot and canter. Highlights in sport have been participation in the Bundeschampionat finals for 5 and 6 year old dressage horses, 5th place at the World Championships in the class for 6 year old dressage horses as well as 5th place at the Nürnberg Burgpokal 2003, prior to which he won the VTV Dressage Stallion of the Year Award. With first places in international Grand Prix in 2004 and winning World Cup B finals in Dortmund , he was then nominated for the Olympic Games in Athens. He has been an excellent Grand Prix competitor with Australian rider Kristy Oatley, and represented Australia at the 2006 WEG in Aachen. In 2006 he was the most successful Oldenberg at the World Championships. He represented Australia at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.
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.
Has not only been competitive in Holland to Grand Prix level, he has also become an influential sire in the KWPN studbook. He has produced literally hundreds of offspring who are super competitive dressage horses in Holland – 70 of which are competitive at FEI level. 00 Seven was champion of the KWPN Performance test in 1999. He was the highest graded dressage stallion with a score for walk 8, trot 9, canter 9, ability for dressage 9.
00 Seven was Reserve Champion in the Pavo-Cup 2000 Competition of four year old dressage horses and Reserve Champion Pavo Cup 2001. He came second in the Stallion Competition 2001/2002. In 2002 he was the very convincing winner in the final of the Amev-Hippo Cup in Maastricht. In 2003 in Zwolle he won the title of best young stallion with a score of 69.66%. He went on to win the stallion competition in Den Bosch, of the VHO Trophy competition at Light Tour-level. In 2005 he was National Champion in Nijmegen and Res Champion in Eindhoven. He won in Mechelen in Int and first in Prix St George Int. CDI Hamsbeke 2006 and 2nd in the Light Tour.
Since arriving in Australia in October 2011, OO Seven has taken the dressage scene by storm! He won the PSG CDN class at the Boneo CDI (Jan 2012) with over 71%. OO Seven then followed this success with another 71% win at the Orange CDI at Bradgate Park (Feb 2012). Dressage with Stars (March 2012) was yet another success for this stallion winning the PSG and the Inter I freestyle to be the uncontested winner of the PSG Cup. The Sydney CDI (May 2012) saw more success with some outstanding results. 3rd in the CDI PSG, 2nd in the Inter I & 3rd in the Inter I freestyle.
OO Seven and David were the proud winners of their first ever GP with a score of 66% at the Hawkesbury Dressage Champs (June 2012). They followed suit at the August DNSW comp with another 66%. At their first big CDI Grand Prix show, David and OO Seven were 3rd in the GP & performed an almost faultless freestyle to finish first on 70.425%.
NSW State Dressage Champs (Aug 2012) was a huge success for OO Seven. He was 2nd in the Grand Prix with a personal best of 67% and had another win in the freestyle- this time with a massive 72.58%! This ranked OO Seven as the number one horse for the Equestrian Grand Final at Equitana in November 2013!
earned a reputation of being the most powerful Grand Prix horse in Australia. He won some of Australia's biggest GP competitions including the prestigious Sydney CDI. Several of his foals are also competing at Grand Prix level. Unfortunately Jive Magic's competition career was cut short due to an injury.
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.
GELBRIA competes at Grand Prix level and is a full sister to Olympic Barbria.
The Trakehner stallion DORUTO was born in 1962. He was the leading dressage sire in 1998 according to the World Breed Rankings thanks to the huge success of his offspring. He is the sire of coutless performers at FEI level including 1976 Olympian Banjo with rider Jo Ruten, Robby (Bert Rutten), Ideaal (Jo Hinneman), Urion (Nadine Capellmann) & Heruto (Coby Van Baalen).
THORSTON - a jumping bred stallion, a very well sought after cross of Flaneur (the very first imported holsteiner warmblood stallion to Australia) and Souvenir, who needs NO introduction
OO Seven. Sourced from www.revelwood.com.au.
Brentano II. Sourced from IHB.com.au
Quaterback. Sourced from www.horsemagazine.com
Questing R. Sourced from ryanshorses.com.au
Rubinstein. Sourced from www.superiorequinesires.com
Richmeed Medallion. sourced from cyberhorse.net.au