GK Calucci

GK Calucci

GK Calucci Download Printable Stallion Page Photo By: Sportfot 16.3h | 2001 | Holsteiner Stallion Calido I – Acord II – Contender Calucci competed in Germany through S-level and in the U.S. through 1.45m with both professional and amateur riders, and has proven his reliability in the show ring time and again. He has earned top ribbons at shows such as HITS, Manchester, Devon, and WEF. Calucci is sired by Calido I, who earned 140 points and was ranked 1st in jumping at his Stallion Performance Test. He won over 25 competitions for young show jumpers in Germany. Calido’s legacy however rests with his offspring which have earned over 2.78 million Euros in sport. The German FN shows 226 Calido offspring successful at S (advanced) Level and he has over 50 approved sons to his credit. Calucci’s grandsire Accord II was the winner of his Stallion Test with 146 points overall, including scores of 9 or higher for jumping ability and rideability. He has sired over 230 S-level show jumpers, but has also sired S-level dressage horses. Calucci’s granddam competed up to the S-level herself and her offspring have competed up to 1.6m. Great-grandsire Contender has had a significant influence across all the major registries and with showjumping, eventing, and dressage breeders. In the late summer of 2014, Calucci was presented to multiple registries and received his lifetime approvals. One test foal was bred that year and in 2015 Calucci bred a large book of mares. We’re excited to welcome the first Calucci foals in 2016 and look forward to offering this fantastic competitor to our breeders. With his impeccable pedigree, proven sport record,...
Contucci

Contucci

Contucci Download Printable Stallion Page Photo By: Alix Coleman Photo By: Rebecca Splan 16.3h | 1993 | Hanoverian Stallion Caprimond – Lungau – Akzent II Contucci has long been one of the stars of the Hilltop Farm stallion line-up.  His own early talent was showcased when he commandingly won the dressage phase of his 100-day test with a score of 147.11 and finished as a Class 1 stallion with an overall 127.60.  Contucci earned six 9’s throughout the testing for character, willingness to work, rideability, and his trot and canter. He then successfully showed in Germany, including winning a 1997 Bundeschampionat qualifier with 9.2 out of 10 possible points.  This elegant, young son of the Trakehner stallion Caprimond was clearly a standout and was chosen as a new headliner for Hilltop Farm in 1998. Caprimond, sire of Contucci and the popular Hohenstein, was Champion of his 100-day test, earned Elite status in 1995, and in 1998 was named Trakehner Stallion of the Year.  By the very early age of seven, Caprimond was successfully competing in FEI dressage competitions and he progressed quickly to a very successful Grand Prix career.  His excellent character allowed him to serve as a schoolmaster for a young Theresa Wahler and he brought her successfully up to the FEI levels. The Hanoverian Yearbook of Stallions has ranked Caprimond #1 in the breeding values for type and conformation for many years.  In the 2012 rankings he was awarded the very high breeding values of 175 for typiness, 122 for limbs, and 144 points for dressage qualities. His offspring continue to be in high demand and he...
Debonair MF

Debonair MF

Debonair MF  16.1h | 2013 | Hanoverian Stallion Doctor Wendell – Rotspon – Ramiro’s Son II   Introducing an exciting young stallion for North American breeders.  Debonair MF is from the first foal crop of the FEI stallion Doctor Wendell MF.  Doctor Wendell earned strong finishes at the US Young Horse, Developing PSG, and Developing Grand Prix Championships.  He won the US Dressage Finals and many USDF/All-Breeds awards before being exported to Europe.  Grandsire Don Principe has been competing at the Grand Prix level for 10 years and was the 2017 US U-25 Grand Prix Champion.  The talent for the FEI runs deep in this family. A successful in-hand youngster, Debonair’s early wins included the Two-Year Old Colts/Geldings and the Colts/Geldings Championship of Dressage at Devon and he earned scores as high as 83%.  His full-siblings have also done very well out showing, including Danae MF who was the USDF Champion for Weanling Fillies in 2014 and won the USDF Traveling Trot Trophy with a median score of 84.9%.  In 2017, Debonair debuted in the USEF Four-Year Old division.  He easily qualified for the US Young Horse Championships and finished in 5th place overall.  He is bright, quick to learn, very confident, and shows all the composure and confidence needed for a good show horse. Debonair was licensed by the AHS and ISR/Oldenburg in the summer of 2017.  He will be available for breeding for the first time in 2018 and we’re looking forward to seeing the continued influence of this family through this next generation. Video & Pedigree Owner: Marydell Farm Breeder: Marydell Farm Doctor Wendell MF Don Principe Donnerhall Papagena Stellar Hit MF Sandro...
Don Hill

Don Hill

Don Hill Download Printable Stallion Page Photo By: Bill Alphin 16.0h | 1998 | Hanoverian Stallion Don Gregory – Hill Hawk xx – Pik Bube II Licensed in 2000 in Germany, Don Hill completed his 30-day test at Vechta. In 2003 he qualified for the Bundeschampionat under Anja Rietbrock, who also developed the Hilltop stallion Royal Prince in his early years. Don Hill was then exported to England and successfully competed through Prix St. Georges.  In late 2010 Don Hill debuted on the Florida circuit with scores in the high 60s and continues his FEI career with his owner Virginia Leary. His sire Don Gregory has had an impressive career combining breeding and sport duties.  Under Martina Hannover he was an FEI winner through Grand Prix.  Don Gregory has sired 10 approved sons including Don Davidoff and Day Dream, States Premium and Brillant Ring daughters, and many successful offspring that are winning in FEI dressage competitions around the globe including Don Charly and Daylight. Don Gregory’s dam, Granate, has also produced the licensed stallions Don Graphit and Playboy, as well as the successful Grand Prix mare Perdita.  Granate is by the versatile Grande son, Graphit who also sired Grundstein I & II and Grannus. Don Hill dam’s, Hella, is by the important Thoroughbred sire Hill Hawk xx.  Hill Hawk stood in Oldenburg from 1977-1989 and was then stationed at Celle from 1990-1995.  He sired 4 approved sons including Hitchcock.  His descendents have proven their worth as very successful dressage mounts.  Further back in Hella’s pedigree is the stallion Pik Bube II. This combination of Don Gregory x Hella has resulted...
Don Principe

Don Principe

Don Principe Download Printable Stallion Page Photo By: Pics of You Photo By: Sharon Packer Photo By: Sharon Packer Photo By: Bob Tarr Photo By: Sharon Packer 16.2h | 1999 | Hanoverian Stallion Donnerhall – Prince Thatch xx – Duerkheim Don Principe is a remarkable FEI competitor who’s proven his ability to sire top-class offspring.  Imported by Maryanna Haymon, Don Principe began his US show career in 2005 with wins at numerous Breed Shows such as the Good Horseman Breeders’ Showcase, Dressage at Lexington, and Dressage at Devon.  His scores were consistent in the 80’s and it was not uncommon for Don Principe to earn a score of 9 for his walk.  That same season, he also showed very successfully in the FEI 6-year old division under Jim Koford and finished in 4th place overall at the National Championships. Don Principe has continued on to a distinguished FEI career.  In 2008 he won three divisions at the large BLM Finals.  In 2009, Don Principe moved up to Grand Prix and earned top ribbons on the competitive Florida circuit.  Courtney King-Dye began riding Don Principe later that season with immediate success including winning the Wellington Classic CDI Prix St. Georges over a field of 31 entries.  For most of 2010, Don Principe was paired with Jennifer Marchand, assistant trainer to Courtney King-Dye.  In her first season competing at this level, Don Principe and Jennifer qualified for the USEF Intermediaire I National Championships and were Champions at Intermediaire I and Reserve Champions at Intermediaire II for USDF Region 8.  Jennifer Baumert had excellent success with Don Principe in the 2011 and early...