Dr. Pepper licensed
Canadian Warmblood Stallion
The foals produced so far by this very young stallion are truly
world class. Dr. Pepper achieved top scores at his licensing inspection,
even though he was unable to complete the free jumping over big
fences due to a serious injury.
In 2007 since there wasn't a foal inspection we presented 2 for
the Canadian Warmblood Futurity and place Champion and Reserve
Champion with Dinona and Dacquiri
In 2006 3 foals where presented and again all awarded premium with
Destiny finishing with a 9 for type and all 8's
In 2005, 6 foals were presented at the CWHBA inspection and left
the show with all premiums and Danica scoring all 8's and winning
Show Champion & Champion Filly, Dynamo
finished with Champion Colt.
In 2004 Dr. Pepper's first two foals presented
and were both awarded Premium, overall 8's
His foals are above average, with excellent gaits and correct conformation,
true athletes for the future. One of his daughters Delilah
from his 2004 breeding season has been sold to a dressage competitor
as a future prospect, another Danica
has been purchased as a furture jumper prospect. All this
from less than 15 breedings.
Dr. Pepper has almost 100% success in 1st insemination pregnancies,
he is proving to be very fertile from his first 2 years of breeding.
The character and temperment of this stallion is exceptional and
the blood flowing through his veins is sought after across the globe.
The future looks very bright for Dr Pepper's offspring, but we will
have to wait a few years before he can really prove his outstanding
As any good breeder knows, the mare you select to breed with
is of the utmost importance to have success, and should not be considered
lightly due to the cost of keeping and raising young horses. Read
on, if you wish to learn more about Dr Pepper
Dr. Pepper born in 2001 is a spectacular 16.2 H gray Hanoverian
stallion with incredible presence, type, and exceptional movement
and suspension. As a foal he won the Hanoverian Verband inspection
championship, and was declared a "Top Stallion Prospect"
by the well known and respected "Dr. Ludwig Christmann".
Dr. Christmann emphasized the fact that Dr. Pepper's bloodlines
were especially valuable.
Dr. Pepper then went on to win Show Grand Champion at the 10th
Annual Sport Horse Breeders Show, in Blainville, Qc., under the
judges Eve Mainwaring from Brockville, Ontario, and Dr. Ingvar Fredrickson
from the Swedish State Stud.
Dr. Pepper is by Drosselklang II , out of Grenadine
Dr. Pepper is one of a few stallion sons of Drosselklang II in
the world and stands as the only Drosselklang II breeding stallion
in North America. Drosellklang II was declared "Hanoverian
Stallion of the Year 2001" after producing so many
international level jumpers such as: "Dorincord", ridden
by Canada's own Ian Miller at the Sydney Olympics: "Donnerlitchen",
under Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum was Vice-Bundeschampion of German
Show Jumpers: "Don Oscar" was Dobrock Champion: "Dorain",
under Karl Heinz Markus became Vice World Champion of young show
jumpers at Lanaken: other offspring at International level are:
"Dobels Frechdachs" under Otto Becker, "Skyboy"
and "Delany", both ridden by Rodrigo Pessoa, "Boeckmann's
Bella Donna" under Gilbert Boekmann and the list goes on and
on in the Grand Prix rings across Europe.
Dr. Pepper's dam sire, Genever, is considered by many to be one
of the best stallion sons of the immortal Gotthard, who's list of
internationally successful progeny is to long to list. Genever's
offspring mainly inherited his outstanding jumping ability. The
most successful of his progeny is probably the grey "Bockmann's
Genius", who won the 1992 Show Jumping World Cup in Del Mar,
California, and the team Silver Medal at the Olympic games in Barcelona
(ridden by T. Fruhmann, they also won many Grand Prix classes).
Genever sired further successful advanced show jumpers : "Galant
137" and "Gina 126". Genever also sired some top
priced Verden auction horses : "Glenn Miller" sold for
100,000 DM in 1985, scored 10 for trot at the Federal Championships.
"Gipsy" sold for 50,000 DM in 1991.
For the 9th time Hanoverians are awarded the "Best
of all" Trophy of the World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses.
First place in dressage and third place in show-jumping as well
as second place in eventing secured the leading position among riding
horse breeds all over the world.
Check out Dr Pepper as a young 2 yr old on this short