Sire Reference


Dublin

Dublin16.1 hh(165cm) Dutch Warmblood Stallion

Approved: KWPN, NA/WPN, German Oldenburg Verband, CWHBA

Dublin is one of a handful of TOP KWPN stallions to have been imported into North America.

The 1988 Dutch Stallion Champion at Ermelo, Dublin is often described as a stunning horse and brings with him through his outstanding Dutch heritage the qualities that today's breeders are seeking; temperament, ability, quality, conformation, athleticism, elegance, power and movement. Dublin is very similar to his outstanding sire Ulft in appearance. Dublin's sire Ulft, i

s also the sire of Olympic Ferro the 1990 Performance test Champion at Ermelo, Holland and 2000 Olympic Dressage Medalist, Sydney.

Dublin not only has proven himself in the competition ring, but also as a top sire with many children and grand children competing successfully in Holland, and around the world

Dublin
Dublin
85.6858 STB
Ulft
325 STB Keur
Le Mexico
104 STB Keur
Mexico SF Furioso xx
Dame de Ranville
Peach Melba SF Brule Tout
Guitoune
Pia
Keur Pref
Pericles xx pref Relic xx
Queen of Peru xx
Elmi Ster pref Waldo
Volmi
Sulana
21069 STB
Keur Pref
Lucky Boy xx
18438 Pref
Compromise xx Nearco xx
Idealist xx
Sejane xx Ksarinor xx
Jeanne Seymour xx
Julana
Keur Pref
Fresco Keur Geyser
Fidele
Frika Kroon Amor Pref
Brika

Dublin has sired over 400 registered KWPN offspring in Holland with over 200 competing in dressage, jumping and eventing up to FEI levels. He has produced 2 approved KWPN sons, 3 ster stallions, 113 stud book mares, 29 1st premium mares, 32 ster mares, 9 keur mares, 1 pref mare. In 1991, he sired the Champion colt at Brabant, and in 1992 the Dutch Champion mare at UTV.

His 2 approved KWPN sons are Juventus ( Dublin x Principaal) and Izmir ( Dublin x Langraf).

Dublin's son Juventus is owned by Iron Springs Farms of the USA. Juventus was the Reserve Champion at his performance test at Ermelo in 1994 and Reserve Champion at the Young Stallion Competition in Brabant 1997. In 1997 & 2000

he was the Dressage at Devon Breed Show Grand Champion as well as the USDF Horse of the Year, Second Level Adult Amateur 1997. He is currently competing and winning at 4th level in the U.S.

Dublin's grandchildren are also making their mark in Holland and in the U.S.

Dublin is an approved KWPN stallion and was Champion of his Performance testing at Ermelo Holland in 1988. He scored impressive marks in both gaits and jumping along with top marks for rideablity, and character.

Comments from 1994 Dutch Stud Book "Leading Sires of the Netherlands "At the 1988 performance test Dublin was the eye-opener of his year and became Champion with a superb list of marks. The trot and canter earned him 8.5 and both jumping components were awarded 8's. Moreover the dressage test, stable manners, training report and temperament all earned him 9's."

Performance Test Results: Ermelo Holland 100 day test 1988:

Gallop (G) : 8.5 Jumping (SPR) : 8 Character (K) : 9
Trot (D) : 8.5 Free Jumping (VS) : 8 Stall Behavior (SB) : 9
Walk (S) : 7.5 Cross Country (TP) : 8.5 Training Report (TR) : 9
Riding type (RT) : 8.5

In Holland, Dublin went on to compete successfully at the highest national level in dressage (ZZL+3) and in M+5 level jumping (4ft) while continuing his stud career.

Comments from 1994 Dutch Stud Book "Leading Sires of the Netherlands"

Dublin Progeny: "Dublin showed a uniform group of foals, that proved to be well-developed. The heads are very noble, according to the jury, often having a strikingly beautiful eye, while the foals also had strong muscled backs and croups. The trot of Dublin offspring is good with a lot of space, elasticity, free moving shoulders, and they often use the front legs in a very skillful manner. In the 1991, a colt by Dublin became Champion of Brabant. In '92, a 2 yr. old filly by Dublin became Dutch Champion at the UTV and a 3 yr. old son, one of the best all-rounders, was approved. All in all, Dublin, still young in years, already is considered a very successful breeding stallion."

Along with the KWPN , Dublin is also approved with NA/WPN, German Oldenburg Verband, and the CWHBA.


Fernet Branca

Fernet Branca - 16.3 hh Chestnut Premium imported Grand Prix Dressage Oldenburg stallion. Fernet’s sire is the great Furioso II, the sire of Voltaire, For Pleasure, Purioso, Heisman etc. Fernet was Performance tested at Adelheidsdorf with a score of 121 with 9 in jumping and given premium status. Fernet has produced International dressage horses, including British Equestrian team member Fun, World Equestrian Games competitor and Grand Prix dressage Champion. From his first foal crop he produced a foal that sold for a world record at the Vechta auction in Germany. Competed successfully at Grand Prix level dressage, by a 3 time Olympic rider, Fernet was ranked 118 th in the world for leading dressage sires and 139th in the all time ranking in the World Breeding Federation International Breeding Guide (98/99). His foals in Canada out of warmblood & T.B mares are proving to have their sires powerful build, substance & bone with exemplary temperaments and many have been awarded Premium status by the German Oldenburg Verband.


Eastern Ruler

Eastern Ruler- 17.2 hh Bay Dutch Warmblood stallion sired by one of the world’s greatest sires G. Ramiro Z . Eastern Ruler is stamped by his great sire in his looks, presence, jumping ability and his ability to pass these traits along to his offspring. A stallion that commands attention because of his undeniable presence, Eastern Ruler has already proven himself as a sire of Champion hunters, jumpers and dressage horses. Eastern Ruler is coming into his own as a top producer. Eastern Ruler’s dam sire Onyx is well known for producing International Dressage Champions such as G. Tudor ( USET Grand Prix Champion) and Etias member of the U.S. Equestrian Dressage Team for the 1999 Pan Am Games.