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  • All Euro approved stallions in the US that were approved in Europe:

    Can we make a list of the boys that were imported here that are approved?


    I'm just wanting to find Warmblood stallions (any reg) that were bred/raised and went through their stallion testings/approved in Europe that were imported to the US at some point.
    Last edited by Horsecrazy27; Aug. 7, 2008, 10:36 AM.
    *Better to have loved than to have never loved at all.*
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    ES Bohneur

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    • #3
      Campesino was not only approved in Europe, he was 100-day tested and licensed to breed by the Holsteiner Verband before being imported to the US.

      http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/campesino
      http://ShowjumpersUSA.com
      CAMPESINO (1990 - 2008)
      Capitol I - Sacramento Song xx
      http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/annalisasmith

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      • #4
        Escudo
        Pablo
        Landfriese II
        DaCaprio
        Ariadus
        Don Alfredo
        DeLaurentis (?)
        Navarone
        Shine
        Sir Caletto
        Quinar
        Camiros
        Linaro
        Paparazzo
        Sinatra Song
        Davignport
        Donatelli
        Cabalito
        Idocus (though he falls under some other catagory as he went back to Europe for testing)
        Corlando
        Farrington
        Schroeder
        Silver Lining

        I'm sure I can add to this list, but these are all stallions that I like or are part of a great breeding program.

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        • #5
          Which breed? And only the living?
          www.trakehners-international.com
          www.fontana-syndikat.de

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          • #6
            Otschag - in Russia

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            • #7
              1. Widmark
              2. Fabuleux
              3. Nocturno
              4. Liberty Gold
              5. DeLuxe
              6. Linaro
              Peg
              Last edited by Peg; Aug. 7, 2008, 12:10 AM.
              Fleur de Lis Hanoverians

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              • #8
                Apiro was also the Reserve Champion of his 30-day test in Germany and qualified for and competed in the 5 year old Bundeschampionat (thus receiving his sports predicats) before coming to the U.S.
                Summer Stoffel
                Silver Creek International/Equicore
                www.silvercreeksporthorses.com
                www.equicore.com

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                • #9
                  The 2006 Holsteiner Verband Grand Champion stallion, Cubito by Contender, is in the US at

                  http://gkperformancehorses.com/stallions.shtml
                  http://ShowjumpersUSA.com
                  CAMPESINO (1990 - 2008)
                  Capitol I - Sacramento Song xx
                  http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/annalisasmith

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                  • #10
                    UB40
                    Sir Sinclair
                    Riverman ISF
                    Consul
                    Facet
                    Fairplay
                    Farrington
                    Heirarch
                    Juventus
                    Navarone
                    Neostan
                    Rousseau
                    Sir Caletto
                    Davidoff Hit
                    Locksley II
                    Lingh
                    Royal Prince
                    Bugatti
                    Bergamon
                    Sinatra Song
                    Soprano Song (Blue Hors Soprano)
                    DeLaurentis
                    Redwine
                    Freestyle (Canada)
                    San Rubin
                    Dacaprio
                    Fabuleaux
                    Pablo
                    LandfrieseII
                    EscudoII
                    Landkoenig
                    Waterford
                    Donatelli (now in Canada)
                    Cassidy DVH
                    Hofnar
                    Schroeder
                    Bonheur
                    Coromino
                    Rhythm and Blues
                    Regazzoni
                    VDL Laroche
                    Mondriaan
                    these stallions come to my mind
                    Love to see the complete list if you can contribute some more names anyone
                    www.forwardfarms.com.
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                    • #11
                      Here are my boys:
                      Wonderful
                      Rubino Bellissimo
                      Montserrat
                      Welt Klasse (deceased)

                      All approved by German Hanoverian Verband. Montserrat also was approved by German Oldenburg Verband while he was in Germany. Wonderful and Rubino were approved GOV after importation to the US.
                      Violet
                      Wonderful Sport Horses
                      http://www.1derful.com
                      http://www.facebook.com/1derful

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Horsecrazy27 View Post
                        Can we make a list of the boys that were imported here that are approved?

                        The title of your thread says "All Euro approved stallions in the US that were approved in Europe".

                        So do you want just stallions that were approved in Europe BEFORE being imported? Or also stallions that were approved here AFTER being approved? Because Oldenburg (GOV) stallions that were approved HERE are also considered approved in Germany. And some of those were either imported in utero, or as foals.

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                          Don Principe

                          Maryanna Haymon
                          www.marydellfarm.com
                          www.sporthorsestallionexpo.com
                          2007 USEF Breeder of the Year!
                          Maryanna Haymon- Marydell Farm - Home to Don Principe & Doctor Wendell MF
                          www.marydellfarm.com
                          2012 USDF Champion Breeder! 2007, 2011 USEF Champ Breeder
                          2009,2010,2011 USDF Res Breeder of the Year!

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                          • #14
                            Ruffian!
                            (who I hope will be available again for the 2009 season - it's looking promising)
                            I'm sure there are a lot more.
                            Alison

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by ShowjumpersUSA View Post
                              The 2006 Holsteiner Verband Grand Champion stallion, Cubito by Contender, is in the US at

                              http://gkperformancehorses.com/stallions.shtml
                              But is he considered fully "Approved" given that he only completed a 30 Day Testing, instead of the full 100 days?

                              I'm asking because a GOV representative recently told me that they still will not take Cunningham offspring because Cunningham (our National Grand Champion conformation hunter) never completed a 100 DT or met performance requirements in dressage or showjumping because he "only" competes as a hunter. Cunningham went through Verband "Approvals" (at which he free jumped 5'2") before importation just as Cubito did. Does the 30 day test make a difference?

                              All these different "Approvals" confuse the devil out of me, and I am personally very glad I paid very little attention to them when I chose a stallion for my mare.

                              Nonetheless, the list of stallions here who were 100D tested and approved in Europe prior to importation is extremely long-- certainly much, much longer than that of the stallions approved here. It includes all of Judy Arnold's stallions (Rolling Stone, Wild Card, etc.). Welcome, Donnerschlag (and Sohn), all (or very close to it) of Iron Spring's, Edgar's, etc., etc.
                              http://www.tunnelsendfarm.com

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                              • #16
                                Originally posted by fish View Post
                                But is he considered fully "Approved" given that he only completed a 30 Day Testing, instead of the full 100 days?

                                I'm asking because a GOV representative recently told me that they still will not take Cunningham offspring because Cunningham (our National Grand Champion conformation hunter) never completed a 100 DT or met performance requirements in dressage or showjumping because he "only" competes as a hunter. Cunningham went through Verband "Approvals" (at which he free jumped 5'2") before importation just as Cubito did. Does the 30 day test make a difference?

                                All these different "Approvals" confuse the devil out of me, and I am personally very glad I paid very little attention to them when I chose a stallion for my mare.

                                Nonetheless, the list of stallions here who were 100D tested and approved in Europe prior to importation is extremely long-- certainly much, much longer than that of the stallions approved here. It includes all of Judy Arnold's stallions (Rolling Stone, Wild Card, etc.). Welcome, Donnerschlag (and Sohn), all (or very close to it) of Iron Spring's, Edgar's, etc., etc.
                                Fish- no he's not fully approved. He has to do the 70 day test as well.

                                Add Riverman to the list of fully approved stallions.
                                "Sometimes you just have to shut up and color."

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                                • #17
                                  Virginia Tech's French Anglo-Arabian Baladin d'Oc was approved for the Hanoverian Verband via 100 day test at Adelheidsdorf in 1993. Thanks to the recent reciprocity vote he is now approved 15 years later for AHS as well.
                                  Equine Science at Virginia Tech
                                  Virginia Tech MARE Center
                                  www.arec.vaes.vt.edu/middleburg

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                                  • #18
                                    Ah, yes, the reciprocity issue-- it's my understanding that it can get pretty complicated: people have imported stallions fully approved in Europe only to have them rejected by their corresponding frachises (for lack of a better word) here-- and this varies year by year depending upon the various votes on reciprocity-- so, for example, stallions fully Approved by Holstein in Germany were at one time being rejected by AHHS, and had to be presented to ISR/OldNA (for example) for their American born foals to be registerable.

                                    At this time, it's my understanding that all those stallions (e.g. Popeye K, Sir Caletto, Cunningham...) presently approved in the USA on the basis of hunter performance are still not recognized as Approved in Europe-- i.e., certain stallions in the AHHA books and KWPN-NA do not have reciprocity with their European counterparts.

                                    (Are people still wondering why hunter people are not, as a rule, terribly respectful of registry rules or flocking to keurings with their horses??)

                                    Kind of wonder, BTW, does anyone know of any stallions approved on the basis of eventing or driving performance and/or what the requirements are? I know of quite a few stallions approved on the basis of dressage and show jumping performance (and hunter championships in some registries), but have heard nothing about the eventing or driving routes even though these are both FEI disciplines.
                                    http://www.tunnelsendfarm.com

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                                      Euro testing

                                      Originally posted by DownYonder View Post
                                      The title of your thread says "All Euro approved stallions in the US that were approved in Europe".

                                      So do you want just stallions that were approved in Europe BEFORE being imported? Or also stallions that were approved here AFTER being approved? Because Oldenburg (GOV) stallions that were approved HERE are also considered approved in Germany. And some of those were either imported in utero, or as foals.
                                      I'm just wanting to find Warmblood stallions (any reg) that were bred/raised and went through their stallion testings/approved in Europe that were imported to the US at some point.
                                      *Better to have loved than to have never loved at all.*
                                      ALWAYS Blessings NEVER losses.

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                                      • #20
                                        There are at least 70 imported stallions on the Oldenburg (GOV) stallion roster that were approved in Europe. Do you want me to list them? It will make for a VERY long post.

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