Quando-Quando (Imp)

Australia has access to a new Olympic Grand Prix stallion! Sporting success , based on an unparalleled work ethic, great balance , excellent quality of movement and great willingness to collect Quando-Quando points the way to the future. He puts a spell on everyone when he enters the ring with his balanced spectacular gaits. His career in sport and breeding could not have been more remarkable. In 1995 he was a top colt at the Vechta Auction, then went on to become the 1c Premium winner at the stallion licensing and then the undisputed winner of his stallion performance test. He received the highest score possible of 10 for character and willingness to perform. He received a score of 9.5 for rideability and straight 9 for walk, trot, and canter.

He has participated in the Bundeschampionat final for 5 and 6 year old dressage horses, 5th place at the World Championships for 6 year old dressage horses as well as 5th place at the Nurnberg Burgpokal in 2003. In 2004 he won the VTV dressage stallion of the year award. Following this he won several international Grand Prix classes.

In 2004 he won the World Cup B finals in Dortmund which resulted in his nomination for the Olympic games in Athens. In 2006 he was the most successful Oldenberg at the World Championships. He represented Australia at the 2009 Olympic Games in Beijing. Quando-Quando is in the top 5 for dressage stallions in Germany with a breeding index of 151 pts.

  • 2008 Participants at the Olympic Games in Hong Kong
  • 2006 the most successful Oldenburg of the World Equestrian Games in Aachen
  • 2004 International victories in Grand Prix, nominated for the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens
  • 2003 5th place in Nuremberg Castle Cup
  • 2001 Federal Championship finals: 6yo dressage horses and 5th place at the World Championships for 6yo dressage horses
  • 2000 Federal Championship finals: 5yo dressage horses
  • 1998 HLP victory with 140.86 points
  • 1997 excellent as 1c premium stallion
  • 1995 top foal of the Vechta auction

Progeny

Quando-Quando has already produced seven approved sons (including Quaterman , father of the national champion quarterback , the Mecklenburg stallion licensing Quiztime / Ldg . Celle and the premium stallion Qualia). Championship winning foals (including the winning colt in Plaaz 2007 with the final score 9.33 ) and winning mares in breeding Championships and show horses catapulted to international competition places up to Grade him at a young age of the “Top Five ” of dressage stallions in Germany. Quando -Quando – an alternative blood at the highest level!

Quando-Quando has strong hereditary traits. His offspring are very popular because of their modern, noble looks, outstanding rideability and strong movements and they also have the good jumping ability his pedigree promises. More than 90% of his foals were awarded a Premium at the Oldenburg branding events in 2004. He sired the top price foal, Quattoleur at the Elite Auction in Verden which attraced a price of 55000 euros! See video opposite.

Quattro B

Quattro is a son of the Selle Francais stallion Qredo de Paulstra, winner of the Grand Prix of Bordeaux. Qredo is sired by the legendary Galoubet, which two times won World Cup Qualifiers and produced international jumpers such as Quick Star and Quatoubet de Rouet. Grandfather Almé is even more famous with his offspring Jalisco B. and I Love You. At the other side of Qredo we find Furioso xx; father of Lutteur (Gold Medallist Tokio) and Le Tyroll; father of Rocket of Janou Lefebvre. Quattro himself is out of the famous line of Kermesse. Quattro himself was 2nd in the Performance Test at Medingen with a high score of 130 pnts. And in 1994 he was Reserve Champion of the Oldenburg Körung, based on his performance test and his first offspring.

Quattro jumped very well in 1996 with his rider Gilbert Böckmann and they won more than 20 1.30 courses through the summer. Meanwhile Quattro jumps at the international circuit successfully, including second in the Grand Prix of Emsbüren, Kiel and Bremen. He was also succesfull in Caen, Leeuwarden, Berlin, Munich and Geneva. His first offspring show spectacular gaits but they also inherited Quattro’s beautiful type and free jump very well.

Since 1997 Quattro has more than 10 approved sons; Quando Quando, Quantes, Quatier Latin, Quell Charmeur, etc. Quattro’s offspring Quando Quando, Much Ado and Quantum Tyme are famous in Grand Prix dressage. Quattro remarkably had two children qualified for the Olympics in Athens 2004; Quando Quando for dressage and Oliver Q for jumping! Quicksilber won the gold medal at Lanaken in 2005 with the Spanish rider Manuel Fernandeze Saro and Suzie Quattro with Luciana Diniz and Quanta Costa from Rolf-Göran Bengtsson both jumped succesfully in 2005.

Akzent II

Akzent II was bred by Joachim Kemmer, father of German dressage team rider, Heike, and stood at the family stud, Amselhof, and then on lease at the Celle State stud in Altenbruch before coming to the Oldenburg stallion station of Ludwig Kathman in 1985.

Akzent II was prized for carrying on the ‘type’ of the Trakehner Absatz: a noble head and appealing face, ideal neck and saddle position and a good shoulder, combined with a light-footed way of going. His dam was by the Thoroughbred, Waidmannsdank, who was one of the most influential Thoroughbreds of the post-war period in Hannover. He was for many years the leading Thoroughbred sire of licensed stallions and head stud book mares, and second only to Der Löwe as a sire of competition horses.

Not surprisingly, Akzent II scored very highly for type and rideability. In the Hanoverian Stallion Yearbook of 2002 (the last in which he appears) he is scored 144 for type putting him into the top ten category based on studbook inspections and 134 for rideability on the basis of the mare performance tests.

By 2002 he had produced 747 competition horses with winnings of DM1,183,852. His most successful competitor was Karin Schlüter’s Amazonas, the winner of the German Dressage Derby in 1987 with winnings of DM98,623, not far in front of Isabell Werth’s Agnelli FRH who won the Otto Lorke prize for Grand Prix horses under 10 years in 2000, and who by 2002 had won DM95,185.

Pedigree

Quattro B Qredo De Paulstra Galoubet A
Celia De Paulstra
Une Americaine Pandore du Thot
Hispana
St Pr El St Schickeria Akzent II Absatz
Wega
St Pr St Schirokko Matador
Schima II

Performance

2008 Participants at the Olympic Games in Hong Kong
2006 the most successful Oldenburg of the World Equestrian Games in Aachen
2004 International victories in Grand Prix, nominated for the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens
2003 5th place in Nuremberg Castle Cup
2001 Federal Championship finals: 6yo dressage horses and 5th place at the World Championships for 6yo dressage horses
2000 Federal Championship finals: 5yo dressage horses
1998 HLP victory with 140.86 points
1997 excellent as 1c premium stallion
1995 top foal of the Vechta auction

Progeny

Quaterman , father of the national champion quarterback

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