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Wallenburg   Wallenburg  

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Breed: Hanoverian
Colour: Grey
Height: 167cms
Born: 2003
Studbooks: Oldenburg
Hanoverian
KWPN
 
Stakkato Spartan Servus
Gottilde
Pia Pygmalion
Goldfeder
Asulina Libero H Landgraf I
Oktave
Cliffy Calypso II
Bijou
 
 

The Hannovarian stallion Wallenberg unites the best showjumping blood in the world with Stakkato and Libero H. At five years of age Stakkato won the final of the ‘Bundeschampionat’ in a specatacular manner and was rewarded with the highest score ever given of 9.9. Currently Stakkato is busy with his international career ridden by Eva Bitter. Libero H belongs to one of the most successful sport-breeding stallions in the history of showjumping breeding. In 1994 Libero H ridden by Jos Lansink won the World Cup final in Den Bosch in a phenomenal manner. After this Libero H has sired a sequence of international showjumpers out of a relatively small amount of coverings, among them Maike, Liberty, Libertina, No Mercy, Libera and Luc. The damline of Wallenberg also carries the blood of the stallions Calypso II and Furioso II combined with a large quantity of Anglo-Arab blood. Grandam Bijou II also produced the stallion Pucci (by Pilot) who we know as the sire of the successful international jumping stallion Priamus Z who won the European Young Riders title with Vincent Voorn.

The dam-line of Wallenberg has produced, amongst others, the following national and international showjumpers: Vaskado by Voltaire (half-brother of Asulina), who jumped at S level (1.50 m.) in Germany, Rhytmus (by Raphael) who is successful at International Grand Prix level ridden by Heinrich-Hermann Engemann and the Oldenburg approved stallion Christobal. Also from this dam-line are the National Z jumping horses Pucci (by Pilot), Bravissima (by Calypso), Inschello (by Furioso II) and Lines (by Landadel).




The performance test jury awarded him the following report: “The stallion jumps with good reflexes and has a very good technique. Wallenberg seems careful and shows a tremendous amount of scope. Wallenberg has a lot of natural ability as a showjumper and gives his rider a good feeling.”







He is a very special horse to watch, very intelligent and sharp, fast and athletic an excellent choice for those wishing to produce professional jumpers.


Wallenburg won the Stallion competition for 6 year olds at the KWPN stallion grading 2009.