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BORN 17th Oct 2023














Sired by Total Hope (IFS) out of Bradgate Park Olympia. Total Hope is the result of crossing the best dressage mare in the world (top of the FEI rankings for years, Olympic and world cup gold medalist) and the best stallion in the world. Why not combine these talented genetics with my best bred mare by Ferro (olympic silver medalist). Ferro, Rubinstein, Totilas and Donnerhall are the four 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. Will be beautiful, black and expected to mature 16.2hh

TOTAL HOPE (IFS) is the breeding of champions. The result of crossing the best dressage stallion in the world  with the best competitive dressage mare in the world. For such a young horse he is currently ranked 35th in the world on the FEI ladder. Total Hope was the winner of the 2016 Swedish Premier prize at Flyinge in Sweden.  He did quite well at the WBFSH World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young 6-year-old horses placing 9th and won bronze in the World Young Horse Championships in Ermelo. Total Hope won his first Grand Prix competition in 2020 at only eight years old and with an exceptional score of 76.491% He then repeated the victory at his two other competitions the same year. In 2019, he won the Nuremberg Burg Cup and in 2021, the Louisdor Prize, something that no other stallion in the long history of the two most important young horse competitions has ever achieved. And both times,  he won in an absolutely impressive manner – clearly ahead of the strong competition. For his piaffe, passage and tempi changes in the Grand Prix Final in Kronberg, the judges awarded scores up to 10, a total of 77.54% 


TOTILAS has revolutionised the sport of dressage in recent years. He won double gold at the European Championships in Windsor/GBR in 2009 and triple gold at the World Equestrian Games in Lexington/USA in 2010. Furthermore, he was unbeatable at the World Cup Final in 2010 in Hertogenbosch/NED and achieved numerous world record scores. He has produced almost 30 licensed stallions, including Total U.S./Edward Gal/NED, Go Legend/Marlies van Baalen/NED and Te Quiero SF/Christian Schumach/AUT, who were successful at the Olympic Games, amongst others. Totilas in was ranked seventh place in the WBFSH rankings in 2021 and has moved to FOURTH place in 2022

WEIHEGOLD was Oldenburg Champion Mare, winner of the Burg Cup and Louisdor Prize and, ridden by Isabell Werth, Olympic Gold medallist, triple World Cup winner and fourfold European Champion. 

GRIBALDwas the 1995 champion of the stallion selections and 1996 champion of his stallion performance test.  In 1997 he was the winner of the four year old stallion competition in ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Reserve Champion in the Pavo-Cup for four year old dressage horses.  Later he was competing at Grand Prix level with Edward Gal with considerable success. The combination won the 2004 Zwolle International Stallion Show Kür with 73.70% and the Kür at the CHIO Rotterdam. Gribaldi was proclaimed Elite Stallion by the Trakehner society in 2003 and in 2005, based on the performance of his 6- and 7-year old offspring, the KWPN decided to proclaim Gribaldi a Keur Stallion. In 2008 Gribaldi was proclaimed Trakehner stallion of the year. On the 2014 WBFSH rankings, Gribaldi was in first place, and second place in 2015 

DON SCHUFRO easily topped the dressage section of his Stallion Performance test at Adelheidsdorf alas a typical Donnerhall jumping scoremeant that he only finished second overall.A Bundeschampionate finalist, Don Schufro moved quickly through the ranks to Grand Prix level. Ridden by Andreas Helgstrand, he placed at Aachen, Nörten-Hardenberg, Wiesbaden and Lingen. The pair were second in the Danish Championships in 2004 and selected for the Athens Olympic Games. In 2007, the pair were second in the Grand Prix in Neumünster and in the World Cup freestyle qualifier. He led the  German dressage breeding valuation for years, and was inside the WBFSH top 10 on numerous occaisonas. Don schufro  won the Olympic bronze medal in Hong Kong/HKG with the Danish team in 2008. 


  • 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.​

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