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GrandView Glittering Prize

This filly has it all....tall, conformation, temperament and movement.

Black/brown warmblood filly

DOB: 11th November 2023

Sire:   Sir Gluckskeks (IFS) (Kostolany/Ibikus)

Dam: Sea Mist Nagara (Carbine/Native Brew xx)

Gwen is by the very rare blue roan Trakhener, Sir Gluckskeks (IFS).

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.

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.

Gwen is out of a mare by the Imported CARBINE who is still the highest-scoring colt within the Australian Warmblood Horse Association (AWHA) licensing. He won the 5yo Champion of Champions at the Queensland Young Dressage Horse competition and is the sire of many talented eventers.

CARBID, the grandsire of SEA MIST NAGARA, was the Reserve Champion of his performance test in 1993, where he demonstrated excellent rideability and superb jumping. CARBID had the presence, correct conformation and gaits to become an essential Hanoverian sire.

CALYPSO II was the first Holsteiner to be stood in the Hanoverian breeding area. He was much sought after by breeders and proved an outstanding sire of show jumpers.

COR DE LA BRYÈRE is the stallion that revolutionised jumping horse breeding. He was not only a sire himself, but a sire of sires and his name is what astute breeders like to see, especially on the mare line, for ‘Cord’ tends to give great form over a jump.

This filly will be whatever you want her to be....she is going to be big....I would guess well over 17hh and she has he most charming and inquisitive your pocket.  Will make a lovely performance horse in whatever discipline you choose for her.....very reasonably priced.

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Sir Gluckskeks (IFS)

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