Please note that with the exception of Dr. Pepper and Providence,
these stallions do not belong to us, they are stallions we have
bred our mares to. Some of these stallions belong to the Hanoverian
State Stud and are available through the German Verband. Follow
the link on our home page.
Stolzenberg amazed everyone with his quick leg, technique and scope
at the 2001 Stallion Licensing, where he won the Winergy Best Jumper,
and the title "Premium Stallion". A 1999 16H 1" dark
bay stallion, Stolzenberg proved his performance under saddle and
was Reserve Champion of the 2002 Stallion Performance Test with
a score of 132.26, 114.6 in dressage (10) and, of course, winning
the jumping section 141.88. His sire, Stakkato, is the top-listed
jumping horse sire for competition horses in Germany.
Stolzenberg's sire, German national champion, Stakkato, represents
outstanding jumping ability and tremendous rideability, and is known
for passing on those traits to his offspring. Stolzenburg placed
first in the jumping portion of his test. His first two dams are
state premium mares. At the Verden stallion licensing in 2001 the
big-framed Stolzenberg impressed the licensing committee and the
audience with his unlimited jumping ability and he proved this talent
during freejumping and also under a rider. He won the cross country
jumping category and clearly demonstrated his very good rideability.
Combined with his three good basic gaits, there is surely first-class
potential in this young stallion.
Stakkato heritability is unquestionable. Already he has sired 14
licensed sons, 21 state premium mares, 45 auction horses and his
progeny has total winnings over 80,000 Euros. He has a breeding
value index for jumping of 178 and led the FN breeding rankings
five years in a row as Germany's top jumping sire. Landgestuet Celle
has recruited four of his sons to stand at their impressive breeding
farms in Germany, Satisfaction, Salito, Stand Up and Stolzenberg.
Satisfaction at his stallion performance test scored a similar mark
for both jumping and dressage and placed seventh overall. Salito
had an outstanding jumping win at his stallion performance test
scoring an impressive 133 points and winning that section. Stand
Up was second to Salito in the jumping portion of the performance
test scoring 128 points for jumping and finishing fourth overall.
Stolzenberg finished an impressive second overall at the 2002 test
and won the jumping portion with a score of nearly 142 points.
On the dam side the sire, Sandro has also been a considerable
success, with three of his progeny competing at the 1994 WEG in
The Hague – Sandro Song (Ante Smlesa), Safari (Michael Abo)
and Paradiso (Rolf-Göran Bengtsson). Sandro is the sire of
more than 40 licensed sons, the most successful being Silvio 1 and
II, Sandro Song, Sao Paulo, Sandro Boy and Salido Z.
Successful competitors include; Salido Z (Debbie Stephens),
Sagrat (Guy Goosen), Sakrus (Debbie Winkler), Sympathico (Ersting-Engemann),
Silas M (Yanix Elad), Sheila and Sundance Kid (Franke Sloothaak)
and Santorin F (Fritz Fervers) and of course, the World Cup Champion,