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  • Studbook Kwpn
  • Sex Stallion
  • Born 2006
  • Colour Bay
  • Height 170
  • Discipline Dressage
  • Info
    Stud fees 1696
    Approved for Kwpn, oldenburg, ...
    Sperm fresh
United Krack C Flemmingh
Gicara II
Nessica T.C.N. Partout
Venna Gribaldi Kostolany
Gondola II
Leandra M Donnerhall
  • Info
    From champion stallion to champion sire

    From the start, offspring of Bordeaux have dominated Championships and auctions in 2013: At the Oldenburg Championships in Rastede, Biscaya OLD / Andreas Müller, Bluetooth / Eva Möller and Bella Laguna OLD / Klarissa Alexandra Liss were placed first, second and third. Not long after, Biscaya OLD became Vice Bundeschampion in Warendorf and was sold for a record price at the Oldenburg autumn auction (€300.000). After winning at the KWPN licensing in 2009, Bordeaux won the stallion performance test in Ermelo. In 2012, he was placed fourth with Eva Möller in the final of the World Championships for six-year old dressage horses in Verden. In 2013 he impressively won the Dutch Stallion Competition in Den Bosch.
    Bordeaux is a genetic rarity from one of the most successful dam lines worldwide. The sire United finished his performance test in Ermelo with the highest ever results: 9.5 for trot, canter and dressage ability. Krack C and Partout, two internationally successful Grand Prix horses with Anky van Grunsven, are amongst his ancestors. Bordeaux' dam sire Gribaldi was himself internationally successful at Grand Prix level with Edward Gal and produced a string of Grand Prix horses such as Girasol, Sisther de Jeu, Peter Pan, Painted Black and several others. Dressage hero Donnerhall in the third generation impressively underpins the genetic endowments for dressage. The grand dam of Bordeaux, Leandra M, has also competed successfully up to Prix St. George level with Hans Peter Minderhoud. Bordeaux originates directly from the Westphalian dam line of Dodana (Family de Baey, Lemgo) which has produced the Olympic winners Ahlerich/Dr. Reiner Klimke and Rembrandt/Nicole Uphoff as well as the trademark stallion Rubinstein I and the Olympic silver medalist Amon/Annemarie Sanders Keyzer.

    Bordeaux: The best from the Netherlands and Germany combined in one stallion on his way to be a new line founder for the international dressage sport
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