Brookside Friesians is thrilled to be able to welcome Dante MG to our Brookside Family, owned by Kathy Hickerson at Majestic Gaits, Breeders of Top Quality Dutch Warmbloods!
Breeding Fee: $1200, includes booking & 1st collection fee
Chin Chin x Glennridge
Studbook Number: 840025200800061
Dante MG is a black 2008 KWPN Breeding stallion and stands 16.2hh. This black stallion turns eyes at the show, not only with his striking good looks but his super character and fancy gaits. He was a favorite with his german rider at the stallion testing and competed in FL at the 1.1 m level taking home several ribbons. Height is no problem for Dante MG! He easily cleared 1.4 m at the stallion testing with lots of room to spare. He is modern and a fancy mover. The dressage riders like him too. So much that he is now in training and will be showing with Brookside's trainer Jamie Caesar in dressage. His offspring are doing well in the Young Eventer. They are receiving good first premiums at the KWPN-NA Keurings. The offspring are modern in type with 3 good gaits and stamping his striking good conformation, gaits and good character. The eventers are loving them as they jump fantastic and have fantastic gaits like Dante MG himself. He is producing his super type, beautiful movement and jumping ability.
Dante's sire Chin Chin had a very impressive jumping career. Together with his former owner and rider, Jaime Azcarraga from Mexico, this combination participated for more than five years at international level. In 1988 Jaime Azcarraga won five consecutive times in the North American League on the World Cup circuit and competed in Seoul at the Olympic Games where they placed sixth individually. Four years later, they competed again at the Olympics in Barcelona. In 1990, Chin Chin and Jaime Azcarraga started in the first edition of the World Equestrian Games in Stockholm. In 1989 and 1990, they were placed in the final of the World Cup in both Dortmund and Tampa. At the same time, they competed at international jumping competitions during which the scope, character and the suppleness of Chin Chin always aided his determined but amateur rider.
Dante's dam Obertede is a Keur mare imported from Holland. She has produces her owners both dressage and jumping foals that have done well at the KWPN inspections and breed shows. O'Bert-e-de is by the keur stallion Glennridge who is a deceased son of Wellington. Glennridge died young at 11 years old, but we carry on his bloodlines in O'Bert-e-de. Glennridge won his stallion test with scores; walk 9 trot 7.5 canter 8 riding test 7 Free jumping 8.5 Show jumping 89.5 Cross country test 8 Character 8 Training report 8. Glennridge has a breeding value in jumping with the high score of 137! He was a Grand Prix jumping stallion who placed in numerous Grand Prix, World Cups and International Stallion competitions. In 1998 Glennridge was placed 12th in the World Rankings. He tragically died in 1999. For the Record by Glennridge is jumping level 5/1.35 meters in USA with rider Jennifer Rossire. Glennridge is also the sire of Jane Karol's Grand Prix dressage gelding Nibbit. He has produced both jumping and dressage offspring like our mare O'Bert-e-de does.
O'bert-e-de's motherline is the Ritta mareline #15 in Holland. O'bert-e-de's dam Jorfa is a Keur mare who had the incredible high IBOP riding test score of 90! At 2 years old Jorfa was a UTV mare which is top honors for a mare in Holland indicating they are among the top mares in Holland. She comes from a long established line of Keur and Preferant mares.pFrom this motherline is the approved stallions Triton, Zadok, Akteur, Zenner, Sportman, Theobalo and Zandor.; Famous sires in her line include Zuidhorn, Amor, Marco Polo.Triton's granddam Geroma jumped at international levels. Triton's dam Lydia also produced the famous showjumper Nautilus who jumped the 1991 World Cup Finals.
WFFS: N/N (Free/Negative)
167.5 cm or 16.2+ hh