Quite Rubin

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Quite Rubin

Dark brown
Hanoverian
*2006
16.2 ½ hands
Fresh Semen
Stud fee 700,- EUR

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A stallion following his sire’s track

A beautifully formed, strong-typed young stallion of good size, blessed with all attributes that make a modern show jumper: Quite Rubin, a stallion who always catches attention because of his masculine-sporty appearance; he has a supple movement sequence, a ground covering, uphill canter and sets new standards at the jump when it comes to technique, manner and ability. In accordance with his first-class pedigree Quite Rubin took his 30-day test in Schlieckau 2009, and in 2012, again at the same venue, his 70-day test. Thereby, he received high scores in all sections, especially, when it came to jumping he always was in the top group. In the meantime, he placed first in medium (M) level show jumping tests and placed with the best in advanced (S**) level classes. His offspring are characterized by their athletic appearance as well as a dynamic and supple action of movements. The eldest have won in tests for young show jumpers. Hi son Quétal won seven tests for young show jumpers in only one season. In 2013, his first son named Quidamus was licensed in Verden and sold to Indonesia; in 2014 the sons Quite Carenzo and Quitoll were licensed. Quitoll was awarded a premium by the Hanoverian Verband and is now successful at medium (M) level. In 2017 Quite Carenzo qualified for the Bundeschampionat in Warendorf where he reached sovereignly the final, placing with the best.

The sire Quidam's Rubin, who left the breeding stage much too early in 2007, was main premium and stallion performance test winner and profiled soon as main sire. Fabulous 202 of his offspring have placed in advanced (S) level show jumping and earned over 1.75 million Euro in prize money. The dam Surprise is a daughter of Sandro Song, who was Oldenburg main premium winner.  The black sire Grannus can be found in third generation of the pedigree. Grannus was one of the truly great sires in international show jumping. Many countries had offspring of this extraordinary sire in their national teams.

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This wonderful pedigree is round off by the fantastic gray Trakehner Lateran, who was line-founding stallion in the Hanoverian breeding and sire of many top-class advanced (S) level show jumpers, and the legendary Agram found in fifth generation. The fourth dam in the line of ancestors, Ahnenrune, is full-sister of the licensed stallions Eger I and Eger II, who both bred at the state stud Cell. Quite Rubin represents the Hanoverian dam line 1191/Scholis (by Schober-Laufsport-Schwede II-Judex-Fisch-Nordall-Kräftig) which is at home in Wendland. All generations of this line produced successful show jumpers such as Aki/Michael Wittschier.

 

Approved for Westphalia, Hanover, Oldenburg, OS-International, Rhineland, Mecklenburg as well as German Sport Horse, Breeding association for German Horses.

Breeder: Zuchthof Meyer zu Reckendorf, Bissendorf

Quidam's Rubin Quidam de Revel Jalisco B v. Alme Z
Dirka v. Nankin
Helvetica Landgraf I v. Ladykiller xx
Betty I v. Caletto I
Surprise Sandro Song Sandro v. Sacramento Song xx
Antenne II v. Gepard
St.Pr.St. Goldika Grannus v. Graphit
Lieblose v. Lateran