Hampton

Breed: Hanoverian

Colour: Black

Height: 16.3hh

Born: 2004

WFFS:

Clear

Category: SKU: N/A

Description

In 2007 at the age of three, Hampton passed his stallion performance test in Schlieckau as the Reserve Champion (total index 132.24). His character, willingness to perform, trot, ability to canter and rideability all received scores of “very good” (9.0) His walk, canter and ability to jump received a score of 8.5. Before he took his test, Hampton had already won a series of tests for young riding horses, also with very high scores, e.g. first place in the Winner’s Prize in Elmlohe with 9.0.

His sire His Highness was a celebrated Champion Stallion, winner of his stallion performance test, Champion Stallion in Denmark and two-time Bundeschampionat finalist. When he turned six he immediately won medium (M/A) level dressage tests and was trained to advanced (S) level. Sixteen of his sons were licensed, including two premium stallions, Hochfein and Hendrix. Several of his daughters received State Premium candidate status. In 2007, after a ill-fated accident, His Highness had to be put down. According to the German FN’s estimated breeding value statistics, he ranked fourth among the best German riding horse sires. The dam, St.Pr.St. Red Chili, was a member of the Champion Family at the 2007 Herwart von der Decken Show. Her Celle State Stud sire Rotspon won his stallion performance test and sired 21 licensed sons.

The granddam, St.Pr.St. Carina, also produced a medium (M) level driving horse named First Class (by Prince Thatch xx) and a State Premium candidate called Faconnable (by Fürst Heinrich). In the third and fourth generations further guarantees for performance follow with Calypso II and Freiherr. The great granddam Fiorella produced the licensed stallion Compliment as well as another licensed but yet unnamed son by Contendro I and two medium (M/A) level dressage horses, Romero and Compliment 4.

The famous performance line of Ahnendolde also produced a large number of licensed stallions, including Einstand I and II, Goldstein, Germany, Lascano and the World Championships dressage horse, Slibovitz/Dr. Uwe Schulten-Baumer.

His HighnessHohenstein Caprimond
Helena XIV
SPS DaireenDonnerhall
SPS Flic Flac
SPS Red ChiliRotsponRubinstein
SPS Antalia
SPS CarinaCalypso II
Fiorella

Description

In 2007 at the age of three, Hampton passed his stallion performance test in Schlieckau as the Reserve Champion (total index 132.24). His character, willingness to perform, trot, ability to canter and rideability all received scores of “very good” (9.0) His walk, canter and ability to jump received a score of 8.5. Before he took his test, Hampton had already won a series of tests for young riding horses, also with very high scores, e.g. first place in the Winner’s Prize in Elmlohe with 9.0.

His sire His Highness was a celebrated Champion Stallion, winner of his stallion performance test, Champion Stallion in Denmark and two-time Bundeschampionat finalist. When he turned six he immediately won medium (M/A) level dressage tests and was trained to advanced (S) level. Sixteen of his sons were licensed, including two premium stallions, Hochfein and Hendrix. Several of his daughters received State Premium candidate status. In 2007, after a ill-fated accident, His Highness had to be put down. According to the German FN’s estimated breeding value statistics, he ranked fourth among the best German riding horse sires. The dam, St.Pr.St. Red Chili, was a member of the Champion Family at the 2007 Herwart von der Decken Show. Her Celle State Stud sire Rotspon won his stallion performance test and sired 21 licensed sons.

The granddam, St.Pr.St. Carina, also produced a medium (M) level driving horse named First Class (by Prince Thatch xx) and a State Premium candidate called Faconnable (by Fürst Heinrich). In the third and fourth generations further guarantees for performance follow with Calypso II and Freiherr. The great granddam Fiorella produced the licensed stallion Compliment as well as another licensed but yet unnamed son by Contendro I and two medium (M/A) level dressage horses, Romero and Compliment 4.

The famous performance line of Ahnendolde also produced a large number of licensed stallions, including Einstand I and II, Goldstein, Germany, Lascano and the World Championships dressage horse, Slibovitz/Dr. Uwe Schulten-Baumer.

Pedigree
His HighnessHohenstein Caprimond
Helena XIV
SPS DaireenDonnerhall
SPS Flic Flac
SPS Red ChiliRotsponRubinstein
SPS Antalia
SPS CarinaCalypso II
Fiorella
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