Premium stallion and winner of young show jumper classes
Athletically masculine appearing young jumper stallion, catching in view of his ground-covering canter combined with enormous jumping ability and first-class technique. These attributes were fully exploited by him at the Hanoverian licensing in Verden in 2014 and was finally nominated premium stallion. In 2015 Quitoll completed his 30-day test in Neustadt (Dosse), receiving 9.0 for jumping among the top group of competitors. In the meantime he was highly successful in tests for young show jumpers up to medium (M) level. As expected he also completed his sport test with dream scores and placed with the best.
His first offspring attract with a sporty, well-developed appearance, a good type and a maximum of elasticity. Several foals were awarded a premium.
The sire Quite Rubin succeeded in tests for young show jumpers up to medium (M) level, and is now winner of medium (M**) classes as well as highly placed at international advanced (S) level. His offspring stand out due to their athletic look as well as their dynamic and supple sequence of movements. In Verden the first Quite Rubin son named Quidamus was licensed and then sold to Indonesia in 2013. He produced Bundeschampionat-finalists and serial winners of tests for young show jumpers. The dam Estreana (FN: Cantabria) was victorious and highly placed in elementary (L) and medium (M) level tests for young show jumpers. The dam's sire Carenzo placed first many times in medium (M) and advanced (S) level show jumping tests and has proved his quality in breeding too. Among others, he received the I-b main premium for stallions with emphasis on jumping on the occasion of the Oldenburg Stallion Days 2008 in Vechta. Up to now, five sons are licensed, including Capote, Cardinal de l’Air, Carengo and Cent. The high-performance Celle state stud sire El Bundy I, found in third generation, won equally in advanced (S) level show jumping. Through Glückspilz, Graphit and Gotthard the highly esteemed Hanoverian G-blood occurs cumulatively.
Quitoll represents the Hanoverian line 130/Anadyra I (by Angelo-Juli-Johannes-Trieglaff), which has produced good stallions such as A Conto As (private stallion Hess.), Abba (private stallion DK), Accusé (state stud sire Moritzburg), Campo Grande (state stud sire Dillenburg), Chalet’s Erbe (private stallion Westph.), Competent (private stallion Han.), Golden Eye (private stallion IRL), Premonition, Lustig, Sigesmund (private stallion Oldbg.), Wulf (state stud sire Celle) and the internationally successful dressage horse Tango Korrupti/Ina-Katrin Schmid.
Station and semen order: Sächsische Gestütsverwaltung, Moritzburg
Approved for Westphalia, Hanover, Oldenburg, OS-International, Rhineland, Mecklenburg as well as German Sport Horse, Breeding association for German Horses.
Breeder: Gestüt Sprehe, Benstrup
|Quite Rubin||Quidam’s Rubin||Quidam de Revel||v. v. Jalisco B|
|Helvecia||v. v. Landgraf I|
|Surprise||Sandro Song||v. v. Sandro|
|St.Pr.St. Goldika||v. v. Grannus|
|Estreana||Carenzo||Calido||v. v. Cantus|
|Fraganzia H||v. v. Freedom|
|Estelle||El Bundy||v. v. Escudo I|
|Granno||v. v. Glückspilz|