Proudly Introducing Good Knight SOLD!
Congratulations to Maat in Wellington on this very special dressage and breeding prospect!!
Full sibling for sale in utero (colt option only) due in March 2014... $16,000. USD
Royally bred youngster bred to move and jump!
Extremely fancy Black Oldenburg NA colt with chrome
Goodtimes x Michellino x Olympic Idocus x Lecapo (sire of Flemmingh). Full pedigree at bottom of page.
foaled March 23, 2013
sired by our homebred buckskin Oldenburg stallion
Good as Gold
4/8/2006 to 8/25/2010
16.2 1/2 Licensed Buckskin Oldenburg Stallion
Good as Gold's book is closed for the 2013 Breeding Season due to
a limited amount of frozen semen left in inventory
2006 Oldenburg Stallion was Reserve Champion from all Sporthorse Stallions and awarded his Certified breeding License at his Old/NA licensing at Hilltop Farm Aug 28, 2009 and now...
Dam Tarantella's sire Idocus represented Holland in the Olympics. His offspring receive his outstanding gaits and rideability, not to mention jumping ability. ***Her Dam's Dam, imported from the EU, is 3/4 sister to the famous Flemmingh, known for siring dressage stars such as Lingh and Krack C.
Dam Tarantella KWPN Olympic Idocus x Lecapo (Holsteiner)
Tarantella as an offspring competing in the Top Hunter Derbies and rising up the ranks of the show hunter. Click HERE to see her gelding Zephyr T.Good Noire below
Damsire- Olympic Idocus is a KWPN and ISR/Oldenburg approved, international Grand Prix Dressage stallion, who participated in the 2004 Athens Olympics for the Dutch team. He is a three-time World Cup participant, placing 6th in 2007 at Las Vegas. He was Grand Champion of his stallion performance test in 2003, and held the highest jumping score of all the stallions. In 1994, Idocus was presented to the Dutch Jury at the NA/WPN inspections. He holds the highest score given in the North American Dutch Keurings, 99AA. He scored a 9 walk, 8.5 trot, 9.5 canter, 9 for jumping, and a 9 for character. In 1994, he was Grand Champion of Dressage, and returned in 2006 to win the Grand Prix. In 2001, he returned to Holland to be approved by the stallion committee of the KWPN. He has been named by the USDF as the top sire of Cosequin finalists, and consistently produces offspring in the top-ten lists of the Dutch keurings in North America. His offspring are known for their supple movement, excellent temperament, and great rideability.
GOOD KNIGHT, C, OLDENBURG, 2013