Semen Price

Excl. VAT: £1,052.64 Incl. VAT: £1,263.17

+ Chilled Courier & Health Papers

Excl. VAT: £103.25 Incl. VAT: £123.90

A lovely modern son of the great Fürstenball

Fürstenball Fürst Heinrich Florestan I
Maradonna Donnerhall
Desert Rose Dacaprio Davignon I
Warina Wolkenstein II

Terms: €1200+VAT for unlimited attempts with chilled semen for one named mare in one breeding season. If the mare is certified not in foal by 30th September, €800+VAT will be refunded. 

Please note: Farrell is only collected on Monday and Wednesday each week, for delivery Tuesday or Thursday.



About - Farrell is an exciting young stallion from a very good damline, who was unfortunately delayed from taking his performance test due to a fractured splint bone, but is now fully licensed.

Performance - He was awarded a premium at his licensing in 2013, and when he was finally able to take his performance test in 2015, he passed with very good scores, including a 9.5 for rideability and a 9 for the trot.

Sire - Fürstenball has been a phenomenally successful breeding stallion. Most recently, he produced both the champion and reserve champion of the 2016 Oldenburg licensing, and has more than 40 licensed sons, of which ten have been awarded premiums. Fürstenball competed up to Inter I himself, and is known for passing on his good temperament and rideability. Fürstenball's sire Fürst Heinrich is the sire of double World Young Horse Champion, Woodlander Farouche, and was a double World Champion himself before his untimely death as a seven-year-old, which makes Fürstenball's bloodline ever more valuable.

Damline - Farrell is from the same dam line as 2013 world champion Scara Boa, licensed stallion Salvador Dali and grand prix competitor Sil Jander. Damsire Dacaprio guarantees attractive dressage horses with a good rideability. His son FBW Dejavu was Bundeschampion in 2004, won the bronze medal at the World Championships for young dressage horses in 2005 and was fourth in 2006. Third sire Wolkenstein II is one of the best Weltmeyer sons of all time, and produced more than 40 licensed stallions and more than 70 state premium mares. Wolkenstein II himself was Bundeschampion in 1993, and is the sire of Carl Hester's national grand prix champion Wanadoo.

Progeny - His first crop (born in 2015) were sensational; leggy, noble foals with great self-carriage and very good gaits. The best colt at the Blue Hors Foal Championship was his son Zippo Eg, while the elite foal auctions in Vechta witnessed the sale of a colt for €45,000. Farrell really puts a positive mark on his offspring, and is suitable for a wide range of mares.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Chilled/Frozen Chilled only
Stud Blue Hors
WFFS status Clear (N/N)
Studbook Hanoverian
Approved for Hanoverian, Oldenburg
Year of Birth 2011
Colour Bay
Height 168 cm