Canadream Farm in Dunvegan, Ontario, owned by Marie-Josée Proulx, will be the new home of Tolegro, the first licensed son of the dressage star Totilas. He will join their current KWPN stallion roster which includes Zhivago, Wynton, and Knock Out on the 100-acre breeding facility.

The 11-year old KWPN stallion (Totilas out of Tewri, by Krack C x Ferro x Variant) was approved at the 2013 Oldenburg stallion licensing in Vechta and completed his 30-day Stallion Performance Testing in Schlieckau in December the following year. He was campaigned in dressage competitions up to PSG and was schooling at the grand prix level when he sustained a career-ending injury.

Tolegro has sired foals around the world which have earned premium titles and done well in European foal championships. He is approved for the German Oldenburg Society, Hanoverian, Westfalen, Rhineland, all South German breed societies; his foals are also eligible for registration with KWPN-NA.

Proux, originally from Quebec, had been breeding top-quality sport horses for three decades and was president of the Canadian Horse Breeders Association (CHBA) for more than five years.

Tolegro will be available for breeding via fresh semen in May of 2022 following his quarantine period. For more information, visit the Canadream website here.