The sire of many international show jumpers resided at the stallion station of his breeder Paul Schockemöhle all his life.
The 2022 stallion licensing saw eight exceptional new stallions join the roster following live and video evaluations.
Notes from the WBFSH 2022 General Assembly, Fall Classic Breeder's Sale, free registration and Ukrainian Horses contributions.
The Oldenburg Elite Mare Show on July 21st in Germany showcased successful dam lines that have been maintained by breeders for generations.
The first licensed son of the legendary Totilas, Tolegro, has been sold to Marie-Josée Proulx and will stand at her farm in Dunvegan, ON.
Breeders welcomed the alternative format for the Cup classes following the second year the Royal Winter Fair has been cancelled.
A pair of 4-year-old mares – Ribery (60,000 euros) and Toulouse van het Beeckhof Z (32,000 euros) – have been sold to Canadian interests.
The FEI WBFSH Jumping World Breeding Championship for Young Horses 2021 took place in Belgium on Sept. 26.
FEI WBFSH Dressage World Breeding Championship for Young Horses was topped by Dutch and Danish Warmbloods.
Nine newly-licensed Oldenburg stallions are up for sale following the 10th Oldenburg Saddle Licensing in Vechta, Germany.
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