Son by Farrell appointed Premium Stallion in Oldenburger Pferdezuchtverband

At the stallion licensing in the Oldenburger Pferdezuchtverband in Vechta, our stallion by Blue Hors Farrell was appointed Premium Stallion (video).
Son by Farrell appointed Premium Stallion in Oldenburger Pferdezuchtverband

Breeding manager Martin Klavsen, Jesper Bisgaard Nielsen and breeder Lars Wenke /Kiki Beelitz

The bay-colored Blue Hors Farrell-son, who has Bon’A Parte as his damsire and Landsiger I for damsdamsire is bred by German Lars Wenke. The stallion, who carried catalog number 56 at the stallion licensing in Vechta, is the son of the mare Gina-Goldina, whose sire is the stallion Bon’A Parte. The Dutch-born and approved stallion; Bon’A Parte, is bred by G. Marshman-Bonenkamp.

Performance blood at the top of both sport and breeding

The damsire Bon’A Parte is by Johnson and Burggraaf – and despite his Dutch upbringing, he has actually mostly been active in both his breeding and sports career here in Denmark.

Under his Danish owner and rider, Helle Marie Simonsen Jørgensen, Bon’A Parte has placements in up to Prix St. Georges at A-level, making him an S-horse in dressage. Bon’A Parte and Helle already made a name for themselves in Bon’A Parte’s time as a young stallion, where in 2012 he was number 3 in the Danish Riding Federation’s qualifier for the 6-year-old’s championship at Sportsrideklubben Vallensbæk, just like he also has placements from Blue Hors Dressage Festival in both 2013 and 2015.

The damsdam of this premium stallion is Landsieger I, who comes out of a double-gifted jumping pedigree. Landsieger I himself was active in showjumping, just as 53 of his offspring, who are registered as competition horses in 1.60m. 4 offspring are registered as having competed in Grand Prix dressage and 1 offspring is registered in CCI3 * -eventing. Damsdamsdam Goldblatt is the mother of the approved stallion Feiner Stern, who is the father of almost 400 registered offspring, of which 14 of the stallion’s registered sons have achieved approval – including the triple dressage championship winner and A-stallion in dressage; Feinbrand.