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    Default Results from Oldenburg Stallion Licensing

    These are OL stallions. They are still looking at the OS stallions.

    01 Belissimo M / Florestan – Donnerhall - gekört
    02 Danone / Welt Hit II / Noble Roi xx - gekört
    03 Desperados / Prince Orac xx / Aristokrat - gekört
    04 Diamond Hit / Sandro Hit / Rubinstein - gekört
    05 Dimaggio / Ex Libris / Grundstein II - gekört
    06 Don Gregory / Rubinstein / Corlando - gekört
    07 Don Larino / Rouletto / Barsoi xx - nicht gekört
    08 Don Schufro / Sandro Hit / Figaro - nicht gekört
    10 Flemmingh / Inselfürst / Argentinus - gekört
    11 Fürst Grandios / Justinian xx / Weltmeister - nicht gekört
    12 Hotline / Sandro Hit / De Niro - gekört
    13 Hotline / Donnerhall / Pik Bube I - gekört
    15 Hotline / Argentinus / Don Primero - nicht gekört
    16 Hotline / Florestan / Donnerhall - gekört
    17 Johnson / Sion / Figaro - nicht gekört
    18 Lauries Crusador xx / Robin / Schwadroneur/T. - gekört
    19 Londonderry / Akzent II / Contender - gekört
    20 Quaterback / Paradiesvogel / Duhnen - nicht gekört
    21 Rubin/ Royal / Fürst Heinrich / De Niro - nicht gekört
    22 Samarant / Dream of Glory / Figaro - gekört
    23 Samba Hit II / Junior STV / Triton - nicht gekört
    24 San Remo / Frenchman / Welsh City xx - gekört
    25 San Remo / Lauries Crusador xx / World Cup I - nicht gekört
    26 Sandro Hit / Dormello / Rubinstein - nicht gekört
    27 Sandro Hit / Brentano II / Warkant - gekört
    28 Sandro Hit / Donnerhall / Classiker - gekört
    29 Sir Donnerhall / Regazzoni / Renoir I - gekört
    30 Sir Donnerhall / Banditentraum/T. / Schwalbenherbst/T. - gekört
    31 Sir Donnerhall / Rohdiamant / De Niro - gekört
    32 Sir Donnerhall / Florestan / Codex - gekört
    33 Sir Donnerhall / Prince Thatch xx / Watzmann - gekört
    34 Sorento / De Niro / Erzsand/T. - gekört
    35 Sorento / Lapis Lazuli / Seydlitz - nicht gekört
    36 Stedinger / Quattro B / Landor S - nicht gekört
    37 Cassaro / Laurenz / Romino - nicht gekört
    38 Catoki / Calido / Landgraf - nicht gekört
    40 Chacco/Blue / Cor de la Bryere / Poet xx - nicht gekört
    41 Chico's Boy / Landcapitol / Renoir I - gekört
    42 Quidam / Granulit / Argentinus - nicht gekört


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    Thank you for posting this.
    The movement on number 4 is quite something!



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    Quote Originally Posted by honeychile View Post
    Thank you for posting this.
    The movement on number 4 is quite something!
    I missed the first few groups - just couldn't manage to get up at 3 AM. I really love Diamond Hit, though, so I am glad to hear that #4 was licensed.

    I was also happy to see the Flemmingh son licensed - he has such an interesting pedigree!



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    Results from OS licensing -

    43 Calato / Landadel / Hill Hawk xx - nicht gekört
    44 Calido / Acobat II / Contender - gekört
    45 Caspar / Quinar / Capitol I - gekört
    46 Cassini I / Linaro / Calando I - nicht gekört
    47 Catoki / Landor S / Argentinus - nicht gekört
    48 Cero / Landgraf I / Marlon xx - nicht gekört
    49 Chacco/Blue / Lancer III / Pinocchio - gekört
    50 Chalan / Acord II / Argentan - ausgefallen
    51 Charming Boy / Silvio I / Grannus - nicht gekört
    52 Check In / Landadel / Andiamo - gekört
    53 Check In / Quidam's Rubin / Ligretto - nicht gekört
    54 Clarimo / Stauffenberg / Ahorn Z - gekört
    55 Contendro I / Watzmann / Pokal - nicht gekört
    56 Cornet Obolensky / Wellington / Major de la Cour - ausgefallen
    57 Diamant de Semilly / Cash / Libero H - nicht gekört
    58 Faust Z / Nurjev / Cantanis - gekört
    59 Harras / Lascadell / Argentinus - nicht gekört
    60 Karondo von Schlösslihof / Granit / Wienerwald - gekört
    61 Last Man Standing / Conteros / Caletto I - gekört
    62 Lazio / Nassau / Voltaire - ausgefallen
    63 Lord Pezi / Grannus / Columbus xx - nicht gekört
    64 Lordanos / Quidam de Revel / Lancer II - gekört
    65 Polytraum / Corrado I / Caretino - nicht gekört
    66 Quality / Lordanos / Zeus - nicht gekört
    67 Quality / Calido / Landadel - gekört
    68 Quality / Landor S / Sion - nicht gekört
    69 Quidam's Rubin / Ahorn / Lord - nicht gekört
    70 Quintender / Landstreicher / Capitol I - nicht gekört
    71 Sir Shutterfly / Voltaire / Lugano van la Roche - nicht gekört
    72 Stalypso / Couleur/Rubin / Carprilli - gekört
    73 Toulon / Padarco / Dimenos - gekört



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    I certainly did not get up at three!
    I only saw the clip on the GOV website.

    What do you think of the Hotline's? I can't say they did much for me, but I see a few of them were licensed.


    Anna



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    I missed all the Hotlines, too. Three of the four were licensed, though, and one was named the 1c premium - guess he wasn't too shabby. Strong damline on that one - his dam is the 4th straight Elite State Premium mare in her damline and a high placing Brilliantring mare. Her dam is dam of the 2008 licensing champion, Fürstenball, as well as another stallion licensed in 2007, and HER dam is dam of the 2007 licensing champion, Sieger Hit.

    Here are the OL premiums. The Flemmingh won! What a refreshing change - to have a GREY stallion win the OL licensing!

    1a - #10 Flemmingh / Inselfürst / Argentinus
    1b - #02 Danone / Welt Hit II / Noble Roi xx
    1c - #16 Hotline / 1c - Florestan / Donnerhall
    1d - #30 Sir Donnerhall / Banditentraum/T. / Schwalbenherbst/T.
    1e - #01 Belissimo M / Florestan / Donnerhall
    1f - #5 Dimaggio / Ex Libris / Grundstein II
    1g - #31 Sir Donnerhall / Rohdiamant / De Niro
    1h - #41 Chico's Boy / Landcapitol / Renoir I

    OS premiums:

    1a - #61 Last Man Standing / Conteros / Caletto I
    1b - #2 Stalypso / Couleur/Rubin / Carprilli
    1c - #54 Clarimo / Stauffenberg / Ahorn Z
    1d - #73 Toulon / Padarco / Dimenos
    1e - #52 Check In / Landadel / Andiamo
    1f - #49 Chacco-Blue / Lancer III / Pinocchio



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    Thanks for posting the results. I peeked at some of the videos earlier.

    I am admittedly biased, but I think its pretty darn cool that
    1f - #5 Dimaggio / Ex Libris / Grundstein II, is out of the mare line of Eskoria, and she is also the mother of approved stallions Exupery, Diamond Gold, Serano Gold, Sungold, and Deus; in addition to being from a very good producing mareline.

    Go mares!
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    I agree about #5 - I like his damline! Although Eskoria is his granddam, not his dam.

    I am trying to watch the auction. My German isn't good enough to hear all the prices, but I haven't heard a heck of a lot of excitement yet for any of the knockdowns. I guess nobody has any money left, and the stallion market is saturated.



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    Quote Originally Posted by DownYonder View Post
    the stallion market is saturated.
    I agree totally, the market is saturated with stallions having proved nothing in the ring, approved at a very youg age (by all the studbooks), just to please the owners/breeders.
    "If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster, And treat those two imposters just the same"
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    The Flemmingh sold to the U.S.! Pretty low price for a Siegerhengst but I guess I am not surprised - the Germans just do not like grey dressage horses. I wish his new owner tremendous good luck with him!

    The Danone / Welt Hit II sold for 130,000E to Switzerland. The San Remo / Frenchman sold to Spain for 100,000E.

    Highest knockdowns for the OS stallions were the Chacco Blue / Lancer III and the Last Man Standing / Conteros - both sold for 80,000E. The Chacco Blue stays in Germany, the Last Man Standing moves to Denmark.

    They are broadcasting the Althengstparade now. Christ is in the ring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DownYonder View Post
    Christ is in the ring.
    I always knew he'd be a dressage rider...
    RIP Adriane, aka Eyesontheground, 6/4/83-9/14/09
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    How much for the grey Flemmingh?? I loved him on the video clips and would have bought him in heartbeat as a riding horse.



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    Someone in NA is going to stand the Flemmingh?

    Maybe the Oldenburg Verband doesn't like greys but the Holsteiners sure do.

    I have more than a dozen horses. Anyone new to my horses is always drawn to the one grey ... invariably. She is a grey Dutch mare. This happens without even seeing her move which is eye popping.

    Her full sister, also here, is a brown, almost black.
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    Wow - big correction on the price for the Flemmingh. They had the knockdown listed yesterday at only 25,000E. Today they are showing the knockdown as 250,000E. Now that's a far more reasonable price for a Siegerhengst!

    He is still showing as selling to the U.S., so some American is having to come up with $370,000 USD - plus commissions. It will be interesting to see if they leave him in Germany, where, despite the German dislike for grey dressage horses, he would still probably get more breedings than he would in the U.S.

    Oakstable - the Verband isn't wild about grey DRESSAGE stallions, because the breeders won't use them - and that is because the offspring are harder to sell. There isn't this kind of prejudice against greys in the jumper world though - mostly because grey is so prevalent there, they would eliminate a great many of their very best stallions if they tried to get rid of the grey gene.



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    Congrats to Leatherdales with their new stallion!! So will be going to Hengststation Meyers!

    How exciting, this is their first new stallion in a while! I know they bid on one a few weeks ago in Verden, but didn't get. The Flemming should be very interresting for breeding!

    LOVE a good grey!!
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    Yeah, I had a sneaking suspicion it was the Leatherdales!

    Big congrats to them! I hope they have tremendous success with him! The bloodlines are such a refreshing change from the Donnerhall-Rubinstein-Weltmeyer-Florestan-Sandro Hit. I can't wait to see how he develops!



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    So elaborate on his bloodlines.

    Link to photos?



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    Congratulations to the Leatherdales! That is a very intriguing stallion they bought.
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    Super news!
    Interesting breeding and provides a real chance at "new blood"
    Flemmingh (Dutch!)/Inselfurst /Argentinus

    I loved him from the videos. Really liked him.Lovely big frame on him, super neck, good front leg. Really interesting horse.

    Great news - hopefully he will be available by frozen next year!

    photo here
    http://www.oldenburger-pferde.com/me...9_Seite_10.jpg



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    What a jumping pedigree.

    Did they put him over fences?



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