Stallion Licencing 2015

2015 Four stallions licensed for Hanover in Australia.

Bellario

Bellario (imp)

Brown Hanoverian Stallion 2005
Licensed Hanoverian 167.5cm

Bellario is a super rideable stallion who has won numerous National Young Horse and Open titles.  Bellario and Deon Stokes are on the Dressage National Futures Squad 2015.

Owned by Kate Barton Narbethong Equestrian Park

Contact:
Deon Stokes

Email: [email protected]
Website: www.stokessporthorses.com.au

Pedigree

Belissimo M
Rheinland
Beltain
Hanoverian
Bolero
Ganseliesel
SPS Roxa
Rheinland
Romadour II
Lady
SPS Wynona
Hanoverian
Wolkenstein II
Hanoverian
Weltmeyer
Wolke
Prudenzia
Hanoverian
Pik Koenig
Florette

 

Royal Oak II

Royal Oak II  (imp)

Black Oldenburg Stallion 2004
Licensed Hanoverian 167cm

Royal Oak II is a beautiful modern stallion. He has produced elegant foals with uphill paces. The team is targeting Rio for 2016. Owned by Kate Barton, Narbethong Equestrian Park WA

Contact:
Deon Stokes

Email: [email protected]
Website: www.stokessporthorses.com.au

Pedigree

Royal Olymp
Oldenburg
Rohdiamant
Oldenburg
Rubinstein I
Elektia V
Farce
Westphalian
Florestan I
Franca
Desiree
Mecklenburg
Welt Hit II
Oldenburg
Weltmeyer
Cileste
Dubarre
Mecklenburg
Dornpfad xx
Hulytta

 

Higgins

Higgins (imp)

Black Hanoverian Stallion 2001
Licensed Hanoverian 164cm

Higgins competed up to Grand Prix level Showjumping before retirement from sport. Progeny show good temperament and conformation. Higgins is a good choice for breeders wanting a thoroughbred influence cross for jumping or eventing breeding. His dam line is exceptional for showjumping success.

Contact:

Rod and Cathy Brown

Phone: 0428 499 535
Email: [email protected]

Pedigree

Heraldik xx
1.5m jump
Caramel xx Wiesenklee xx
Cranora xx
Heraldika xx Cale xx
Helga xx
SPS Felicitas
Hanoverian
For Pleasure
Hanoverian 1.60 m jump
Furioso II
Gigantin
Grundfee
Hanoverian
Grundstein I
Allore

 

Contenda

Contenda (imp)

Dark Bay Hanoverian Stallion 2002
Licensed Hanoverian 165cm

Contenda is a winner in eventing, showjumping and dressage classes. As a competitor, Contenda has proven himself to be an outstanding athlete. He competed successfully with Shane Rose in 2* eventing before retirement.

Contact:

Justine Donohoe

Email: [email protected]
Website: www.wimborneparkstud.com.au

Pedigree

Contendro I
Holsteiner
Contender
Holsteiner
Calypso III
Gofine
SPS Bravo
Holsteiner
Reichsgraf
Ofarim
Ballerina
Hanoverian
Bolero
Hanoverian
Black Sky xx
Baronesse
Lexa
Hanoverian
Lugano I
Fliegerpost

 

Stallions Accepted for Hanoverian Breeding:  A stallion is ONLY accepted for breeding with the Hanoverian Verband or the HHSA if he has successfully been Licensed AND Performance Tested with the appropriate scores, OR successfully Licensed and achieved the performance requirements through sport.

Licensed through Sport:  If a stallion has been Licensed with the Hanoverian Society and the Performance Test is not completed, he can instead, fulfill the performance requirements through sport.  A stallion can be accepted as a Breeding Stallion if he fulfils all of the requirements of a Licensed stallion, provides a full Veterinary Report including x-rays, and has successfully competed at the required standard of competition. The required standards are five placings 1st to 3rd in jumper classes 1.4m or higher, or FEI Dressage (Prix St Georges at 65% or above), or three placings 1st to 3rd in a Three Day Event at Medium or Advanced Level. (i.e. CCI** and CIC** upwards).

The inspection commission: consists of representatives of the Verband and other approved judges. To pass the inspection, a Hanoverian-registered stallion must receive an overall score of seven (7.0) with no subscore lower than five (5).

Maintaining Approved Status:
A stallion’s eligibility to produce HHSA-registrable foals is verified yearly based on an assessment of his foals and the annual payment of fees and dues. Stallion service certificate books can be purchased from the HHSA. The Registrar must receive correctly completed Stallion Certificates of Service and the annual Stallion Service Report by the end of the breeding season. Foals sired by stallions whose owners fail to comply with these requirements are ineligible for registration. It is the mare owners responsibility to verify a stallions status. Please contact the HHSA Registrar if there is any question regarding a stallion’s status.