Sire: Lord Carnaby
Dam: Haverford's Redhawk by Hohenstein
2015 Chestnut Colt
Oldenburg GOV Stallion Prospect and
Foal of Distinction
Born June 27, 2015
Leander HSR is a top notch FEI dressage stallion prospect with fabulous movement. At the trot and canter he shows amazing flexion through the hind quarters; he sits deeply with every step he takes. His walk is relaxed and correct with a great deal of overstep. He shows terrific suppleness, freedom and relaxation in all three gaits; when playing in the field he shows us breathtaking extension.
He is sweet, easy to handle and a pleasure to be around, perfect for the serious amateur, young rider or professional looking for an FEI prospect. This colt was named a Stallion Prospect and Foal of Distinction at his Oldenburg GOV foal inspection. We estimate he may mature in the 16.2 range.
Lord Carnaby was the winner of the 2013 6-year-old Bundeschampionat. He received an impressive score of 9.5 for walk and general impression, and 9 for trot, canter, and submissiveness, to finish with an overall score of 9.2.
The Rheinlander stallion by Lord Loxley, who was himself a young horse star, second at the World Young Dressage Horse Champs and a Bundeschampion in the 5-year-olds back in 2004. Lord Loxley is by one of the early Bundeschampionat stars, Lord Sinclair, who won the 3-year-old stallion championship in 1997 and came back the following year to win the 4-year-old championship.
Lord Carnaby is out of a mare whose pedigree is solidly jumping focused: she is by Rocket Star, who combines Ramiro and Landgraf, out of a mare by the great Westphalian jumping sire, Pilot.
Leander is out of Haverford's Redhawk (Hohenstein/Grandus/Weltmeyer), who produced the 2011 Oldenburg GOV N.A. Inspection Tour Reserve Champion Colt. Hohenstein, the 2002 Trakehner Stallion of the Year, sired 30 licensed sons and more than 100 State Premium mares. His get are stamped by beauty and excellent rideability and continue to be much sought after and achieve record prices at auction. His most famous offspring include the late Hanoverian licensing champion His Highness and the Grand Prix dressage stallion Munchhausen.