Subscription to the monthly digital KPN Magazine (in Dutch) Free advertising at KPN Horses for Sale As expected the KPN stallion Johnson has stormed to the top of the WB FSH Dressage Sire Ranking for 2020.
Grand Prix horses contributing to Johnson's top placing are Muggle's Boston, Hexagon's Double Dutch, Boston ST, Winder mere J'Obey W, Atlanta, Ben Johnson, Donegal V, Eddie, and many more Minderhoud and Johnson competed at the 2014 World Cup Finals in Lyon (8th), the 2014 World Equestrian Games in Can, France (14th in our), the 2015 European Dressage Championships in Aachen, where they won the team gold and individual our bronze.
After a long break from the show ring due to injury, Johnson returned in June 2016 and went on to represent The Netherlands at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, where they finished 8th in the Our. The horse was withdrawn from the Dutch team for the 2017 European Championships due to an injury and did not show in 2018.
One of the greatest stallions ever to stand in Europe, Galileo has stamped himself as a worthy heir to his sire, Sadler’s Wells. Not only an exceptionally talented stallion, former Dubai World Cup winner Street Cry is an extremely versatile one as well.
In Kenyatta, Street Cry produced one of the greatest race mares ever seen on the North American turf, and his son, Street Sense, is the only horse ever to win both the Breeders Cup Juvenile and Kentucky Derby. Street Cry has some exceptionally talented looking 2yos in training this year in the form of Masada (Star Stakes) and impressive debut winners Sound Reflection and Folk Melody, and Street Cry looks well positioned to build on his already formidable record at stud.
His ongoing success is also reflected in the fact that War Front was chosen to be the mighty Kenyatta’s mate for 2013. From his first crop of 75 foals, War Front has been represented by no fewer 11 stakes winners (15%).
With War Front covering a better quality of mare than he did when first retiring to stud, the sky is the limit for one of the great Dancing’s last top sons. Windily and The Fugue have given their sire back to back wins in the G1 Nassau Stakes, while the outstanding miler has been represented by no fewer than three winners of the Grand Prix de Paris to date.
While Dubai is yet to win a general sires title, his achievement of producing 56 SW’s from 608 foals (9%) give him statistics comparable with the very best around. A stallion who made a spectacular start to his stud career, Oasis Dream is firmly established as one of Europe’s top sires.
His son, Captain Gerrard, is currently one of Europe’s leading first crop sires. A true rags-to-riches story, the now 20-year-old Pivotal began his stud career standing for a fee of GBP 6,000.
Pivotal’s progeny have excelled over a range of distances, and he has done very well in one of Britain’s top one-mile races, the Locking Stakes. Champion sire three times in the USA, Giant’s Causeway is one of the few top stallions whose offspring have won at the highest level around the world.
With his oldest daughters only 11, Giant’s Causeway is already the maternal grand sire of nine Grade One winner. These include sensational US 3yo Serrano and South African superstar Soft Falling Rain.
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In 2015, he won the ability test with 9,5 for the walk, 8,5 for the trot and 9,5 for the canter, with a final result on 889,5 points. The same year he participated in the World Breeding Dressage Championship (BDC) in Carmelo where he won the bronze medal.
Donkey Boy is a very modern and expressive stallion and these qualities characterizes his offsprings along with nobleness and ride ability. He has already in the first breeding seasons produced several high-quality offsprings and approved mares, all with exquisite exterior and ride ability.
HomerunHenkie Alexandra PKossItildeBeaujamandaUppervilleJamandaRicardaSir Donner hall Sandro Discountenance DTalysha-Rubina MRohdiamantTanjolaRheinglanzHeliumMilliniumEasy GameMerleHirseInducHenna IIReinhildeCouraciusSixtusCouraciaReinnauTCN PartoutRheinsonne And we are proud to present another prominent newcomer: The Champion Stallion of the 8th Oldenburg Saddle Licensing in Vesta, Lynch Patton OLD.
Daiquiri, herself a winner in tests for young horses, is a half-sister of the licensed stallions St. Petersburg (by Sandro Bed) and Quartered Yams (by Quarterback), of the mare Doris Day K (by De Niro), who produced the licensed stallion Sir Stanislaus (by Sandro Hit), who was successful up to Inter I, of the mare Dynasty (by De Niro), who produced the licensed stallion Scholars (by Sandro Hit), and of the mare Daylight (by De Niro), who produced the licensed stallion Flan ell (by Fidertanz). Daiquiri also produced Havana II (by Blue Hours Hotline), who was placed up to Inter I.
His dam's sire Donner hall counts as one of the most important line founders of current times. This elegant, long-legged Vivaldi x Ferry son made his dressage grand prix debut with Holland’s Hans Peter Minderhoud in January, scoring just a shade under 75% and looking every inch a future international star.
His foals inherit his lightness across the ground, impressive hind leg and modern type, and he has a number of licensed sons, the oldest of which turn five this year. A neat, quick jumper with superb technique, Christian Human’s Rio bronze medalist has already produced some exceptional offspring, despite his limited availability until this season.
His offspring are proving hugely popular, with a Big Star x Tina’s Boy foal being sold for £92,000 at the Boles worth Elite Auction in 2017. The highest ranked stallion standing in the UK for 2018, this outstanding dual-purpose sire has produced top eventing offspring including Michael Jung’s European team and individual gold medalist FischerTakinou, and double world young horse champion Tenable.
This striking, super careful young stallion, currently standing at the Beckman stud in Germany, dominated his 2017 performance test, scoring 9.66, including 10 for his technique and 9.8 for ride ability. Wild Love was champion of both his Hanoverian and WBS-UK licensing and was also the top-scoring two-year-old of the Futurity series in 2017, prompting Wood lander stud’s Lynne Crowded to describe him as “the best stallion we have ever bred”.
A modern, classy stallion in his first year of breeding at the Schockemöhle stud in Germany, Dante’s Jr is pleasing on the eye and demonstrates incredible balance and cadence in all three paces. Party Trick, who reached the Burgher young event horse final, boasts a wonderfully trainable attitude, plenty of scope and has proved highly fertile.
The couple were two-time individual world champions in 2010 and also won team gold. Due to injuries, Totals and Reith could no longer build on these successes.