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Glucks 1 4.7.2020

Bounce SJ 2

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Buenno FB2

Ace FB11

Horizon 6.8.2019

Alex 3

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This beautiful stallion is offering something very special to the market. His temperament is second to none, as is his pedigree. If you are wanting to add the renowned temperament, trainability and versatility to your horses then you really cant look past this exciting stallion.

Alf is 16hh. DNA: LP/lp, PATN1/PATN1, E/e. He is registered with the KNN and is listed with The ACE Group.

Alf was bred in Denmark and born in Germany. His sire Figaro Af Hallunbaek is one of the Knabstrupper breed’s most popular and top quality stallions.

Alf’s pedigree is rich with quality spotted Knabstruppers for generations and the results are obvious.

Alfs Pedigree

This talented stallion has been very successful on the tough open showjumping circuit under the guidance of James Arkins, Jumping up to 1.30m and claiming a NSW state title. Alf is also well educated on the flat up to Elementary with established flying changes, half pass and shoulder in.

Alf has an absolutely incredible temperament that is so well known with the knabstrupper breed. He is super quiet, super well educated and super well mannered around the ladies..! Alf’s progeny are all showing those super temperaments and trainable natures.

Knabstruppers are valued for their excellent trainability, versatility, athletic ability and unique appearance. Their much sort after temperaments have allowed them to perform and excel in a variety of equestrian disciplines with adults, children and even para equestrians. Worldwide there are estimated to be a few thousand of this breed, with only 4 imported into Australia.

Alf will be available for fresh or chilled semen for the rest of the season (until season ends on 12th March 2021) so please PM me quickly to secure your breeding to this unbelievable imported knabstrupper stallion.

Alf’s magnificent sire Figaro Af Hallundbaek who resides in South Africa.

The only palomino in the world by the 2 times Olympian Big Star..!

This colt is sensation in all aspects….colour, temperament and pedigree.

Bullet is by the sensational 2 times Olympic champion Big Star who was owned and ridden by Nick Skelton.

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Big Star is one of the best showjumping horses in the world, with numerous high profile wins including two Olympic Gold titles under the renowned rider, Nick Skelton. Nick himself has referred to Big Star as “the best horse I have ever ridden”. It is also notable that this exceptional stallion is passing his athleticism and incredible temperament onto his progeny, making him a top choice for any jumping mare.

Big Star is very much the stallion of the moment after his Individual Gold Medal win at the Rio Olympics in 2016 under rider Nick Skelton, four years after winning Team Gold at the London Olympics. He wowed audiences across the globe with his effortless performance, jumping clear in all individual rounds. Big Star was named the KWPN Horse of the Year in 2012 following his victories in CSI4* Antwerpen, CSI5* Aachen and Hamburg and Team Gold in the London Olympics. In 2013 the stallion once again proved that he’s one of the world’s best show jumpers, winning the 2013 Rolex Grand Prix at Aachen and the CSI5* Piazza di Roma Grand Prix. His sire, Quick Star, also needs no introduction. He was ranked number three in the World Breeding Federation of Sport Horses (WBFSH) sire rankings in 2013. Quick Star launched Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum’s career with wins at the Grand Prix of Maastricht and Munich being particular highlights. Quick Star’s sire, Galoubet A; the leading sire of the French Studbook, was also a performer, winning an incredible 19 Grand Prix titles in his career. Galoubet is also the father of the number five breeding sire on the WBFSH Baloubet Du Rouet. On his dam’s side, Quick Star was again bred to perform. His dam, Stella, a 7/8th Anglo-Arab, jumped internationally with Nelson Pessoa.

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Big Star’s dam, Jolanda, was a successful competitor and earned the sport(jump) predicate and competed in ZZ-level show jumping. Jolanda is the half-sister to the KWPN Stallion Matterhorn. Her sire Nimmerdor is known to be the foundation sire of the VDL Stud and gained the accolade The Stallion Of The Century in 2000. He was ridden by Albert Vroom, and successfully competed in many World Cups and International Competitions, including the Los Angeles Olympics in 1984. Nimmerdor has 50 approved sons including Ahorn, Daimler, N-Aldato, DBH Heartbreaker, Zadock, Nandor Fortuna and Coronel, all of which have proven themselves in the international arena. Big Star’s granddam Elysette is a Keur Preferent daughter of G.Ramiro Z, and her dam Paerel is a Keur Preferent daughter of the Thoroughbred Erdball xx as well as a half-sister to the KWPN stallion Amethist.

The combination of Big Star’s top quality and well thought out bloodlines has helped make him the exceptional competitor he is today.

JC Solomon

Bullet’s dam line is no slouch either. His dam sire is JC Solomon who is by the top German sire, Espri. Espri produced Olympic competitors in show jumping including Hugo Simon’s E.T. (earnings of €979,900) and Carsten-Otto Nagel’s Elwood (€122,716) – nine other jumpers earned more than €15,000: Explosiv 2 (€97,995), Eddie (€59,216) Edgar (€24,546), That’s me €21,339), Ernie (€19,996), Escologne (€17,359), Eschley 2 (€16,879), Enrico (€16,394) and Erik (€15,832). In the dressage ring Nadine Capellmann’s Elvis VA was his most successful dressage offspring with winnings of €285,241, followed by the Finnish team horse, Sini Spirit (€22,742) and the Danish team horse, Esprit d’Valdemar (€18,289).

In the 2015 Hanoverian stallion book, Espri has 507 offspring currently competing between M and S-level in dressage and showjumping with earnings of €2,417,040 won by 422 showjumpers and 153 dressage horses.


Espri is the sire of 20 licensed sons, the most important being Escudo I, Hanoverian Sire of the Year 2009, and his brother, Escudo II. In the 2015 Hanoverian Stallion book, Esprit has an FN dressage breeding value of 86, with a showjumping value of 121. His Hanoverian breeding value for type is 110, but for his limbs, the value is 133. He has a dressage ranking of 74 and a jumping ranking of 123.

Still on his dam sire line, Bullet has a double cross of the multi talented palomino stallion Chico D’Oro. Chico D’Oro was one of Australia’s premium stallions, having won in all disciplines and producing top class performers in all disciplines. 6 times a Royal Show Champion, competing and winning up to Medium level, won both of his 1 day event starts and won many Grand Prix show jumping events, before he was long listed for the 1976 Montreal Olympics.

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Bullet’s dam’s dam sire is the legendary and colourful Highrail Roll the Dice (photo courtesy of Yvonne Brown)

Highrail Roll the Dice

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Highrail Roll the Dice was by the also colourful and aptly named Colourful Gambler. (photo courtesy of Yvonne Brown)

Colourful Gambler

L to R: Highrail Colourful Gambler (thoroughbred), Highroll Highway Man (Hanoverian), Highrail Roll the Dice (Thoroughbred/Hannoverian) Bullet will mature approximately 16.1hh. He will be available to selected mares in the season 2021 via frozen semen.


Bullet pedigree

This spectacular black leopard spot has an enviable pedigree that is a mixture of the impressive Danish Knabstrupper in Sartors Supermodel (Imp) and Furstenball (IFS). The Knabstrupper is a warmblood breed that originated in Denmark, using influence from spotted horses throughout Europe and it became the favoured horse of the Danish royal family and nobility.

The Knabstrupper is much prized for its performance ability, intelligence and willing nature. In Europe, their flashy exterior, athleticism, calm nature and keen intelligence make them ideal for tough competitive disciplines as well as for the circus, where athletic feats are coupled with an uncompromising need for a calm, brave and trainable nature. They’ve been extremely well represented in Paralympic dressage, where they embody the grace, strength and movement that discipline requires while remaining level headed. The Knabstrupper is a horse that can do pretty much anything, from showjumping to cattle work, dressage to endurance, as well as be a superb family horse for all ages. The Sartor line has been carefully bred to preserve and enhance the uphill frame, expressive movement and scopey jump that is so prized by performance horse afficionados, no matter which equestrian discipline they’re involved with.

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Spot’s sire is Sartor’s Supermodel, was imported from Denmark in 2015 and is resident in Australia. His pedigree includes the best of the modern Knabstrupper breeding for dressage, jumping and all-round performance and his temperament is second to none. His sire Sartor’s Showtime is performing up to medium level dressage in Europe under Olympic dressage rider Victoria Max-Theurer.

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Sartor’s Showtime is by the incredible Oldenberg stallion Sir Donnerhall.

Showtime combines the dressage talent of the Sandro Hit Oldenburg stallion Sir Donnerhall with the best of Knabstrupper performance breeding. Supermodel’s dam Nicole is by one of the Knabstrupper breed’s most influential stallions – Rasmus Af Hallundbaek.

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Spot is out of the beautiful black mare Tulara First Lady who is by the sensational dressage stallion Furstenball.

Fürstenball’s was a stunning champion stallion at the Oldenburger licensing in 2008, who sold for the record price of EUR 110,000 as a foal at auction.

What a stallion! Every single one of Fürstenball’s performances at the Oldenburg licensing showed off his absolutely incredible willingness, strong nerves and relaxed temperament. Every single stride was uphill and his movements swung through his entire body. This wonderful champion stallion demonstrates three elegant and elastic basic paces and natural impulsion. He’s a young stallion who scored best in his performance test, despite competition from many other excellent stallions in his group.

Sire, Fürst Heinrich, was the impressive 2003 winner of the World Championship of Five Year Old Dressage Horses, and he has produced many first-rate horses. He is high up on the FN breeding index with a score of 151. Maternal grandsire, Donnerhall, is without doubt an excellent stallion, and the dam’s Tierce bloodline consistently produces successful horses, such as the champion stallion in Oldenburg in 2007, Sieger Hit, top-class broodmares and successful advanced level dressage horses.

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Fürstenball’s dam, Maradonna, also produced an approved stallion by Dimaggio. This famous dam line, which was founded by breeder Georg Sieverding, with dam, granddam and great-granddam being state premium mares with elite status, leads to our assumption that this stallion will pass on his outstanding genes to his offspring. Furstenball has gone on to become a solid competition horse and is well renowned as one of the finest progenitors available today.

In 2013, Fuerstenball won his first advanced (S) level classes and Prix St. George tests and during the Oldenburg Stallion parade he was celebrated as the VTV-Dressage Stallion of the Year. 70-Day Stallion Performance Test 2009 Schlieckau: Dressage: 154.98, Jumping: 113.65, Overall: 145.265 (1st/44)

Spot pedigree

Spot is going to be a big horse, we estimate he will mature around the 17.3hh mark. His temperament is impeccable and simply a delight to own and handle. He will be available via frozen semen in the season of 2021.

Offering something super special and unusual in the form of this cracking young blue roan Trakehner stallion Sir Gluckskeks. He is currently in training to do his performance testing and will then be frozen for Australia. Only a very small number of doses will be available and they will need to be pre-purchased.

Just have a look at this pedigree…! This young horse has it all….looks, movement, pedigree and that super unusual blue roan coat, and is a lovely big 17hh. His sire line has a double cross of both Sixtus and Kostolany and a cross of Ibikus who were all significant and successful german stallions in their own right. In the dam line there is another cross of Kostolany and also Ibikus so to say this colt is performance bred is the understatement…he should be able to dance on air….and should be able to jump as well..!

Glucks Pedigre

Kostolany was the champion at the Trakehner stallion selection at Neumünster 1987. He is the “Stallion of the Year” in 2009 Kostolany is one of the best sires of the Trakehner association for years. He combines his great talent for jumping and dressage with a wonderful temperament and character. Kostolany himself was successful up to Prix St. George. He is sire of 10 approved stallions like champion sire “Gribaldi” (two of his sons won second reserve champion at Neumünster 2000 and 2001), premium sire “Tolstoi” (sire of “Farinelli” and “Freudenfest” – both champion at the Trakehner stallion selection) and premium stallion “Silvermoon” (his son “Cadeau” was second reserve champion at Neumünster 2001. Every year he brings champion foals to shows. His offspring is successful in all kinds of classes, from basic test up to Grand Prix Special (e.g. Shannon TSF, Showmaster, Silvermoon, Gribaldi, Pretty woman, It’s Lieschen). His daughter “Amazing” succeeded at the Youngster-Challenge-Cup of show-jumping horses and she won the title of the best young show-jumper at the Trakehner Bundesturnier twice!

With “Babados” by “Kostolany” you’ll also find an eventer who won the title of the Trakehner eventing-champion. His son “Karlos” gained the bronze-medal of the 5yo event-horse-test at the Bundeschampionate 2002.

In the Dressage-Championship Niedersachsen 2002 his son “Shannon TSF” gained the silver-medal; at the German Dressage-Championships finishing 5th receiving his first World-Cup-Points. Ibikus, a successful sire in Germany and then in Denmark. Ibikus – like Kostolany – stood at the stud of Otto Langels, and he rode the stallion to the title Champion Riding Horse at Wiesbaden and Hamburg. Ibikus is also the sire of the dressage great Gribaldi.

EH Sixtus by Habicht out of Stradelle by Ibikus. The “Trakehner stallion of the year 2001″ is a stunning black stallion of unparalleled beauty. He would have excelled at any discipline, but it was decided to turn him into a show jumper.

Glucks Jumping

In only a couple of years, Sixtus participated at the National Show Jumper Championships in Germany, the World Championships of the Young Show Jumper in Belgium and won several Grand Prixs, among them the events at Hamburg and Insterburg.

He also is a celebrated sire today and the leading jumper producer in the Trakehner breed. In the past few years, it was his stallion line that consistently produced the “best jumpers” in Neumünster at the annual stallion approvals, like Sabary, Axis, Titulus and now Hirtentanz.

So choose your mare and choose your discipline for this glorious young stallion with a blue blooded pedigree in that magnificent and rare blue roan robe. Very limited number of doses imported for Australia. They wont last long. If this young stallion appeals to you then don’t hesitate to secure your dose now and it will not be repeated.

Introducing the exciting and talented Irish Sport Horse Glenhill Bounce (Imp)

Jumbo x Morchant xx Irish Sport Horse, 16.2hh, homozygous black, WFFS free

By the legendary sire Jumbo (WBFS top sire for multiple years running) this is the only access to Jumbo blood in Australia!

Jumbo is the leading ‘all time sire’ of competition horses and competing mares in British Eventing (BE). For seven years, from their inception in 2008 to 2014, he was ranked in the top ten of the World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses (WBFSH) Eventing Sire Rankings and for six of those was the highest ranked British-bred stallion. Jumbo has 9 graded sons in the UK. He has sired the winners of the World’s leading 4* events, Badminton, Burghley and Lexington as well as the winners of the UK’s leading 3* at Bramham and Blenheim. Over the years he has produced many advanced event horses. Among his best-known progeny are, Mr Chunky, Avebury and Headley Britannia (see Progeny below). Jumbo’s versatility is also evident, siring winning dressage horses, showjumpers and show horses; the mare Vulcanite was the 2016 Working Hunter Champion at Royal Windsor.

Jumbo was an International Advanced Eventer with many wins including the prestigious Young Horse Trophy at Lion D’Angers (France) in 1991, he is the only British bred stallion to have achieved this title. He also won the Dressage and Showjumping Championships at Blenheim. He whipped in with the Bicester Hunt and even did a Christmas pantomime with Carl Hester. As a 5 year old he won the Masterlock Potential Dressage Horse.

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Glenhill Bounce ISH has evented successfully, as well as competed in dressage, with scores above 70%.

in 2019 Bounce has turned his career to show jumping, where he won the Rising Star Championship, and has continued to win or place nearly every time out this year! Recently jumping around mini Prix and Grand Prix tracks, as well as jumping 1.60 in the six bar clear.

In late 2019 and now in 2020, Bounce has gone back eventing with great success. Currently competing 2* with the talent to be moving up the levels.

Bounce has some exciting progeny on the ground.

Laura Wallace riding GLENHILL BOUNCE 45 CCN1 Wallaby Hill 3DE 2019.mp4 from Rider Video on Vimeo.

Looking for something different? Athleticism, elasticity, stamina, speed, agility, scope over a fence, excellent movement and a high percentage of blood?

Introducing the outstanding Perlino Akhal Teke Stallion Kambarbay from Solaris Sport Horses who possesses all of the desirable characteristics of the modern event horse. In addition he has a beautiful head, well defined limbs, a well proportioned length of body and neck along with the metallic golden sheen to his coat for which the breed are also renown.

Kambarbay bloodlines

The Akhal Teke as a breed are infamous for their great stamina, intelligence, speed, agility and bravery, the characteristics very much sought after for the eventing, endurance and all round sport horse, all in a smaller package of 15.3hh. He does throw bigger than himself.

Kambarbay is a stallion with nobility and refinement an elegant high blood stallion with the ability as a Perlino to pass on his dilute colouring 100% of the time. Homozygous agouti and creme he will always produce palomino and buckskin foals from solid mares. He carries both the red and black factor and is homozygous agouti. He cannot produce smokey blacks.

In February of 2010 commenced training at Craigie Equestrian in Aberdeenshire. He remained in training to progress his dressage and show jumping and started his ridden career eventing in April 2011 with Lucy Craigie. He shows great aptitude in all three disciplines with well above average movement and jump. The video footage shows him tackling his first ever cross country jumps with boldness and confidence, water, ditches, banks, nothing phased him.

Kambarbay performed well with good results in his first affiliated one day events and BSJA shows. At Brechin Castle he jumped a very good clear round in both the show jumping and cross country phases with a good score in dressage putting him in 11th place. At Cabin equestrian he has jumped some good double clears in the 90cm open and novice classes.

Kambarbay spent the 2011 summer season at stud and commenced dressage training with Matthew Burnett in October 2011. On first outing the duo scored over 69% in the prelim test winning the class.He was registered British Dressage and commenced affiliated competition with Matt in April 2012 placing 1st and third at Novice.

Kambarbay has inherited his sire Kuuvalti’s quality paces. His trot is ground covering and elastic with a spring to his step and suppleness through his whole body. He has good shoulder reach and quick powerful active hock. His canter is light footed with good uphill self carriage and his walk is long and reaching as can be seen in the video footage. His jump is elastic with good scope and he is very sure footed over cross country terrain.

Whilst the Akhal Teke appear to be light of bone, it is in fact exceptionally dense, designed to cover hard ground at high speed without sustaining injury. The Akhal Teke are renowned for not suffering soundness issues with exceptionally strong tendons and hardy hooves that require little maintenance. In addition Kambarbay’s temperament is golden, very gentle and attached to those he entrusts. He shows high intelligence and is very quick to learn.


Kambarbay’s first foals arrived in 2012. He has crossed well with a variety of mare types, Irish Sport Horse, Warmblood and Thoroughbreds.

Clients have remarked upon their abundant stamina and energy, with many commenting on a special aptitude to collect and extend within the gaits especially in canter coupled with ability to gallop, halt and turn with remarkable ease. They are exceptionally light footed and light of fore with good mechanics.

They have been described as being particularly close to people, bold, brave and inquisitive.

Frozen doses of this outstanding stallion available now to approved mares for $1200. Dilute mares maybe used to Kambarbay, subject to approval by the stallion owner.

Kambarbay is registered with The ACE Group so all foals can be registered with ACE. Warmblood foals will also be eligible to be registered with AWHA.

Do you want the unusual? Khalvados GF is an outstanding example of a quality Riding Pony stallion in the rare and unusual Amber Champagne coat.

Khalvados Pedigree

Khalvados GF is a wonderful Partbred Arab stallion (87.5% of Arab blood) with a rosewood colour of Amber Champagne. Ideal for breeding Riding Ponies, part Arabs or that smaller warmblood. He stands at 151cm tall.

Khalvados GF has very good basic paces with a loose trot and a very good canter. In his Pedigree there full blood Arab of the highest class.

His grandsire, Khornerstone KpM is a son of Khemosabi from Shantu. Khemosabi was a national champion of the USA in the hand as well as under the saddle. Khemosabi descendants are successful in the USA also in numerous sports disciplines, particularly in western horse riding and cattle work.

Shantu, the dam of Khornerstone KpM, comes from Ansata Shah Zaman, an Egyptian bred by the well known stud Ansata-Gestüt which has influenced the breeding of Egyptian full blood Arab worldwide. On the dam side, Shantu goes back to the old founder’s lines of the US breeding which came from Poland, from the world-renowned English Gestüt Crabbet park, as well as directly from the Arabian Desert.

The unusual colour with the special clarification gene of champagne comes from the mother’s line of Khalvin Khlein KpM. Khalvados grandmother, Miss Sundance, was an Amber Champagne half Arab mare, measuring 160 cms. Miss Sundance is by the full blood Arab Comar Bay Brummell , a full brother of the even more high-powered Comar Bay beau. His sire, Azraff was a significant sire during the 50’s and 60’s, and a son of the stamp stallion Raffles from a rare mother’s line from Yugoslavia.

Khalvados GF Progeny:

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Khalvados sire, Khalvin Khlein KpM was imported into Germany in 2000 from California (USA) and was approved in 2001 with the ZSAA.

Wanting to breed quality and have the added bonus of colour? Milky Way GF is an outstanding example of a quality warmblood with a beautiful cremello coat.

Milky Way is owned by Gestuet Falkenhorst in Germany, and needs little introduction to Australia as he has a number of progeny here. Standing at 16.1hh.

Milky Way bloodlines

Milky Way’s sire, the stallion Mascarpone GF, was the first ever Cremello Warmblood stallion that got a license for Warmblood breeding. He unfortunately died much too young but left many premium awarded offspring that have all inherited his wonderful character, outstanding and elastic movement and great jumping ability.

Milky Way’s dam competed successfully in dressage and jumping to the M level. She retired from competition at age of 10 and we could finally purchase her and use her as broodmare. She only produced premium awarded foals.


We have frozen doses of Milky Way available for this season to non-dilute mares only at $1200 per dose (no LFG). GrandView Sport Horses will also be using this stallion in our stud so if you are unable to breed your own foal, give us a call and we may have a foal here that will tick all of your boxes!

Foals are able to be registered with The ACE Group, AWHA and ISSA.

Wanting to breed an outstanding and unusual dressage horse with the added bonus of that WOW factor? Horizon is the only black silver warmblood in the world with just exquisite bloodlines.

Horizon is owned by Kristin Urwin in the UK and GrandView are super excited to have the association with Kristin to sell a limited number of frozen doses of this beautiful young stallion in Australia.

This elegant young stallion has the whole package; looks, movement and beautiful conformation.

Horizon bloodlines

Horizon is Homozygous black and heterozygous silver dapple dilute KWPN warmblood stallion. Born 2012, KWPN A Reg Passported and stands at 16hh. He is DNA tested EEAaZz so will pass black 100% of the time and pass silver 50% of the time to his foals.

Horizon’s sire is the beautiful homozygous black dressage stallion Amoureux.




Amoureux was ridden by Matt Burnett and was a consistent winner with high scores at Advanced level Dressage stallion and has debuted his career at International Level.

He has been a consistent winner at Advanced Medium, Medium & Young Dressage Horse Championship qualifiers with high scores.

At the UK KWPN Keurings Amoureux succesfully passed his IBOP dressage performance test and was awarded the STER predicate as a mark of above average quality and suitability as dressage horse. Amoureux has a pedigree of legendary ancestry who has consistently achieved excellent results in dressage.

Pedigree highlights: Saros Van’t Gestelhof claimed over 50 Wins up to Prix St Georges in Dressage.

Erle (Elite) Three times National Mare Champion. She competed with good results up to Advanced Level Dressage. Krack C Competed with success at Grand Prix Dressage with Anky Van Grunsven.

Ruby Amoureux’s dam the Ster Preferent Prestatie mare is a consistent progenitor of successful dressage horses. Her sons and daughters have also faired exceptionally well in the mare performance tests and Keurings.

Zita herself successful in dressage she produced the dressage horses, “Quality’s Pride” and “Dorita” along with no less than five Ster mares and the Preferent mares Ruby and Felita.

And Amoureux can also place a hoof very well over a fence..!

Amoureux Jumping

Horizons dam line through Distella has the legendary bloodlines of Ferro.

Horizons dam

Olympic Ferro is one of the great stallions who was extremely well bred with good character and very good powerful hind legs. He was first in his stallion test.

Ferro has produced 8 KWPN Approved stallions such as Rousseau the winner of this stallion test and producer of winner of Stallion test as well, the recently Keur awarded Negro, and the well known Metall and Rhodium. He has 11 KWPN Approved grandsons. His great legacy has given him the very rare title of “Preferent” which is the highest predicate a stallion can have.

He showed a lot of talent in jumping and even started out in life as a show jumper and ended up one of the more eminent dressage stallions of modern times.

This charming, talented black stallion achieved the title of “Keur” in 2000. He can be relied upon to produce beautiful, typey, talented offspring of the highest quality.

Fantastic toplines and an elegant look characterize his get. In addition to their dressage excellence, Olympic Ferro’s offspring also make good jumpers. Olympic Ferro is #1 on the BN World Stallion Rankings for dressage and is the top stallion and pride of the Netherlands, affectionately known as the “Black Pearl.”

Progeny Horizon has his first foals on the ground which are proving to be absolute quality foals. horizon-progeny-1




Be one of the first to breed a truly beautiful performance horse with unbelievable dressage bloodlines.

We have frozen doses of Horizon available for this season to non-silver mares only at $1650 per dose.

GrandView Sport Horses will also be using Horizon so if you are unable to breed your own foal, give us a call and we may have a foal here that will tick all of your boxes!

All foals can be registered with The ACE Group, AWHA and ISSA.

This stallion is truly magnificent..! He has the WOW factor through and through, superb jumping lines and is homozygous pinto.

The beautiful homozygous coloured tobiano warmblood stallion Solaris Buenno is available in Australia. Buenno is an outstanding addition to the world of warmblood and sport horse breeding. He stands at 15.3hh and almost without exception throws bigger than himself.

His sire, the coloured Dutch Warmblood Stallion Umenno has an accomplished performance record to date and his dam, Edwina, a Supreme Champion high scoring 1st premium mare who’s progeny have consistently been successful in the county show ring.

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Umenno SJing

Buenno, has inherited the qualities of both sire and dam, elasticity of gaits, a free shoulder and quick active engaging hind leg. His bloodlines are a combination of both jumping and dressage genes from the worlds leading stud books.

In addition to his proven performance bloodlines, Buenno is Homozygous for the tobiano gene, thus providing breeders with the certainty that his progeny will be coloured with tobiano markings. Regrettably Buenno suffered an injury as a yearling severing his hind extensor. It has therefore not been possible to follow a ridden career.

Buenno Bloodlines

His progeny are well developed, with good top lines and above average muscle development, they are consistently built uphill with beautiful neck set ideal for dressage and showing. He consistently passes on good limbs. They show an abundance of presence, elevation to their paces with designer coats as a bonus!

For the showing enthusiast his progeny have been shown with great success and is a consistent producer of Prize winners and In Hand Champions throughout the UK at County Level.

From his first foal crop his daughter, Solaris Fechinna, won the CHAPS yearling class Overall Champion Reserve at the Royal Highland Show 2011 on first outing and has since been sold to France. She is now under saddle with wins and placings in the young horse French National Age Show Jumping classes. Progeny

Pedigree Highlights:

Umenno as a four year old jumped double clears in British Novice. Discovery and Newcomers. He qualified for the Royal Show potential showjumper, the Royal International Horse Show BSPA Ridden finals, Burghley Young Event Horse, Arena UK 4 year old SJ championship, and the Scottish Sports Horse 4 year old show jumping sport horse series along with numerous Overall Championships in ridden sport horse classes often standing vainquer to older competitors. Winner of the five year classes at Bicton and the six year old class in St Legier Switzerland with additional placings at RII with Rudi Wallerbosch. Wellington KWPN Keur belonged to the famous VDL Stud in Holland. A successful show jumper at 1.60m level and the sire of many predicate mares. Farrington, Glennridge and Emillion were of World Cup success. His offspring are of International show jumping standard include Jerome, VDL Jupiter and What a Game. Wellington also sired successful dressage horses including Ceylon and Bolvorms.

Nimmerdor KWPN Stallion of the Century. Son of the Preferent stallion Farn, the Preferent Nimmerdor was the most famous of all the old-fashioned Holstein offspring. Nimmerdor has had a tremendous, far-reaching influence upon the world of equestrian breeding and has sired over 50 Approved sons as well as a multitude of international show jumpers and exceptional brood mares.

Frozen doses of this beautiful stallion are available now in Australia at $1450 per dose for selected solid coloured mares.

All foals can be registered with The ACE Group, AWHA and ISSA.

Solaris Buenno as a foal:

Crowns Ace of Pearl is everything you could ask for in a stallion: handsome looks, excellent bloodlines, athletic and scopey ability, fabulous temperament and outstanding conformation.

Cremello German Warmblood – ZFDP Born 2006 16.3hh Ace is homozygous AA so will only produce Palomino and buckskins to bay and black mares Premium stallion approved with ECHA “The best cremello warmblood stallion we have seen in the whole of Europe!” Karin Kajaer ECHA

2013 – This year, as a 7 year old, Ace will be competing 1.30 and 1.40′s 2012 – Qualified for Boomerang 6 & 7 yr old final Millstreet. 2011 – Won the 1.20 at Kildare International Grand Prix Final Show (see video) 2010 – 4 year Old South East Regional Dressage Champion

Ace Pedigree

Ace is now owned by The Ivy Stud in the UK and has been campaigned in eventing in England by the Chinese Olympian, Alex Hua Tian Ace was bred by Marian Jensen in Denmark at Crown Horse Stud. He is an impressive young stallion with exceptional conformation, fabulous paces, and an exceptionally scopey jump topped by a lovely friendly and kind temperament. Ace was lightly campaigned in 2010 getting double clears in 90cm 1m and 1.10cms. He came second in Barndown in his first competiton against the clock and went clear in The National Show Jumping Championships in Coiloig, co Kildare with International rider Paddy O’Donnel. Jo Kimmins trained him in dressage, was coached by Annemarie Dumphy and he became the South Eastern Regional Champion and came 10th in the National Championship Young Horse Class of 4 & 5 year olds. In 2011 he was show jumped by Paddy O’Donnell at 1.10 and 1.20 finishing a successful season winning the 1.20 class at Kildare International at the Grand Prix Final Show. Ace was graded a premium stallion with ECHA in September where he received 9 for type 9 for conformation 8.5 for gaits/movement 8.5 for swing & elasticity 9 for total impression.

Ace is by Crown’s Blue Pearl an approved Cremello warnblood stallion born 2001 currently jumping 1.40 in Denmark. He won the title: Horse of the year 2007, with the Danish Palomino Association. He won the stallion licence test and got the highest score ever for capacity (10 score) in Jumping. Approval in Germany 2008: Among the 10 % highest scored Germans Warmblood stallions, Premium, stallion stambuch 1, Awarded Champion. 2009 he sired the best Warmblood foal in ZFDP bred in Denmark 2009 he got his first start at CSI* Medium – tour (1.35m) and the video below shows the final. He is ridden by the highly respected rider Kristian Skovrider.

Crowns Blue Pearl 3

Crowns Blue Pearl 4

Ace’s Dam line includes Denmark’s legendary A-Dur whose international jumping career included amongst other things winning a silver at CSIO Nations cup in Bratislava in 1998 aand a gold in Falsterbo, Sweden in 2000. A-Dur not only proved to be an excellent show jumper he also became an Elite Stallion for the long list of talented horses he sired including the very successful danish warmblood mare Andante who has won two World Cup Qualifiers with Tina Lund for Denmark.



A-Dur is by the legendary Argentinus 2005 Hanoverian Stallion of the year, who led the FN statistics for his age group for the sum of prize money earned by his off spring for an astounding seven years!


In 1996 Argentinus was the youngest millionaire among Germany’s stallions and is now the most successful sire still active in breeding in Germany. A successful advanced level jumper himself, this Performance Class I, Main Premium Champion stallion has effectively enriched the breeding and sport scene with a versatility that is probably unique anywhere. He has already sired over 400 showjumpers and 190 dressage horses in Germany alone as well as 27 graded sons world wide. His progeny have won over £750,000 in completion to date and through his offspring such as AEGON’s Autogramme, Anka, Fursa, A-Dur, Argentino, Gigowatt Asmodina and Albatros. H e is currently ranked 18th in the world as a sire of International showjumpers and 22nd over the total of the past 10 years. He is almost equally successful as a dressage sire, with the top International performers Nissan Amaretto, Albano, Aleppo-S and Aristocrat to his name.


An exciting and rare opportunity is presented in the A Grade Showjumper Oldlands Vivaldi IV, a bay silver dapple stallion with an impressive jumping pedigree.

GrandView Sporthorses together with Oldlands Stud Farm in the UK are excited to introduce Oldlands Vivaldi IV to the Australian market. Vivaldi pedigree Vivaldi is a rare bay silver dapple, in addition to being homozygous black, therefore unable to produce chestnut progeny. His colour DNA profile is Aa EE nZ.

Vivaldi is 16.1hh and is KWPN registered and AES approved. He is an A Grade show jumper with over £4500 of winnings.

He has very good conformation and a fabulous canter to be awarded an impressive score of 85% for his jumping ability the highest marks ever awarded at an SSH grading by KWPN inspectors and 71% for conformation.

Vivaldi boasts an impressive pedigree and an excellent mareline. His sire Goodtimes VDL by stallion of the century Nimmerdor, his dam the silver KWPN Ster Preferent Prestatie mare “Diana” by the legend that is “Alme Z” (Ibrahim x Ultimate).

His dam Diana has also produced the KWPN approved silver bay dressage stallion Havanna by Clavecimbel, his full sisters the Intermediate dressage mare Lima & the Prestatie mare Jolanda as well as BWP approved stallion Irano VD Bischopp competing successfully at 1.45m with Wout Jan van der Schans. Vivaldi’s eldest son from his first foal crop Valme is already competing at Foxhunter and 1.20m opens with many wins and has qualified for the Foxhunter 2nd in 2016 & 2017.

As with so many of Goodtimes offspring Vivaldi has very good movement and is also a suitable choice for dressage.


There will be a limited number of frozen doses available for Vivaldi in the 2018 breeding season.

An exciting and rare opportunity for the Australian market is the beautiful barock pinto Alexander BP13

Alex Pedigree

Alex is a 9yo barock pinto stallion, standing at 165cm, that is 50% Fresian and 50% KWPN (dutch warmblood).

He is by the KWPN coloured warmblood stallion Colorance XX03 out of a mare by the incredible fresian stallion Andries 415 (Elite, Ster, Elite Pref, Ster Pref).

Colorance XX03 is the beautiful KWPN pinto warmblood stallion, who’s dam sire was Belisar. Belisar won his performance test in Ermelo in 1986 with top scores. Belisar passes on his brilliant performance abilities and has sired a great number of sport horses and holds a dressage index of nearly 150. He is the sire of the approved stallion Houston.


Colorance XX03

Alex’s dam line presents a smorgasbord of outstanding fresian bloodlines. His dam sire is the magnificent Andries 415. Andries is a 1st premium stallion. He had 70% 1st and 2nd Premium foals in 2004. 18 of them were 1st premium. He was Netherlands Dressage Champion in L2 in 2004 and is one of the top 5 stallions at the Annual Stallion Show in 2005. Here is a very promising young stallion who has been in the championship-round at the stallion-keuring in Leeuwarden both in 2005 and 2006.

Andries 415

Piter 312 is Alex’s dam’s dam sire:

Piter 312

Alex is approved with 46 points. He is approved for offspring, which means he is approved for the rest of his life.

Alex has a significant number of progeny on the ground. A few are featured below:

Alex achieved one of the highest scores in the IBOP riding test of 72.5 points.

Alex is trained and ridden by Nina Norling of Norlings Equestrian in Europe and he is currently competing PSG and training Inter.

Alex has 3 approved sons and has a large number of 1 premium and Ster offspring. His first foals will be due in the US this year.

We are excited to be able to offer a limited number of frozen doses of Alexander BP13 to the Australian market for this coming breeding season.