2005 chestnut 17.3h German Oldenberg gelding He has “wow” gaits, with suspension and cadence, and a good work ethic. He was well behaved and quiet at his first show Sept. 2012 where he got a 71.5% and won his 2 dressage classes.
He is bred similarly to Whisper, the Japanese Olympian. He has over 4 years of relaxed trail work and riding because we wanted to give him time to grow into his big frame to ensure long term soundness. He is Sound and has no maintenance issues. He needs a quiet-handed rider who can ride his big movement with independent hands and seat. He free-schools with a huge jump, and has tight, even knees. See him at
His DNA comes from champions in both dressage and jumping, since he is a Weltmeyer/Bolero/Grande/Weiswein grandson. His sire, Wonderful, was German Stallion of the Year, based on the winnings of his offspring. He recently died, but his offspring were famous for performance horses in both dressage and jumping.
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His dam was Winfola, who carried the lines of Grande, a jumper who sired both dressage and jumping horses, and Weisswein, who is of the Hanoverian “F” line, famous for performance horses in both dressage and jumping.
His siblings excelled in eventing.
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