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Stanford

  Stanford is a rare prospect by Sandro boy. He is modern in type and leggy. He is full of movement & scope with a great disposition. He is not your typical prospect. Bred to perform he is an excellent combination of Oldenburg breeding. Like his sire He shows great talent over fences with loads of scope & a willing attitude to perform. Beautiful on the flat he is a must see !

  His sire Sandro Boy is an incredibly beautiful, athletic stallion and a brilliant show jumper. In 2006, he won the World Cup final with Marcus Ehning and he has won over EUR 947,000 in prize money up to now. After winning the Grand Prix classes in Hanover and Bremen in 2007, he continued his successful show jumping career in 2008 by winning the World Cup qualifier in Hertogenbosch and leading prizes in Brussels, Lyon and Leipzig. Sandro Boy was the only stallion to score a perfect ten at the licensing. Despite having produced relatively few progeny so far, his offspring are already making their mark on the international show jumping circuit.

  Stanfords dam Kurfuerstin already proving herself in the breeding shed has produced numerous international grand prix competitors. Half sister to Iron spring farms sire Contango her dam line of Kronprinz & Adisa II, (full sister to Adisa 1 & III) brings in powerful movement. This movement combined with the proven jumping power & willing attitude of Landor S makes Kurfuerstin an unbeatable mare. 

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Pedigree

     Sacramento Song
       
   Sandro  
       
      
  Sandro Boy    
      Grannus
       
   Wiadora  
       
Stanford    Walide
       
     Landel
       
   Landor S  
       
     Fureida 2
  Kurfuerstin     
      Kronprinz
       
   Kronprinzessin  
       
     Adisa II
       

ancestors

Sacramento Song He produced a large number of first class show jumping horses, several event horses, no dressage horses. He often passed on his own type. He was a purebred bay, often with a dark shade, he produced tall horses, somewhat light in the bones, with an excellent character and eager workers with an energetic temperament, often a little hot. Geldings and stallions lasted longer in the sport than his daughters, who often needed ‘instructions for handling’. Many of his daughters however, proved quality broodmares. Unfortunately his only licensed son, Symphatico (licensed for his results in show jumping) died after one breeding season. Another son who proved himself in the sport was Sandro, stationed in Oldenburg.”
Certainly it is through Sandro that the line is becoming increasingly influential – both in jumping and in dressage.

Landel Breeders would do well to obtain Landadel in the pedigree of their mares--Landadel is a known transmitter of movement and jumping technique. German breeders know this and covet their Landadel mares. Landadel, who passed away by accident at a much too-early age in 1996, was one of the most popular and successful stallions both within and outside Germany. Hardly any other stallion deserves the title of "foundation sire" as much as this impressive stallion. Considered to be the most outstanding son of the legendary Landgraf I, who himself is one of the top "stallions of the century". Landadel offers a high degree of certainty in his hereditary transmission. He is known for transmitting type, nobility, movement, color, and predisposition for jumping. Landadel was the performance winner in Medingen in 1985. His first foal crops already produced several approved stallion sons. His sons and daughters are sought after today for their hereditary transmissions. Landadel's offspring are victorious in all sectors of the performance scene. His many successfull daughters include Lady Weingard, Let's Dance Girl, Luna Luna 2, Landiuga, and others.

Landor S off-spring have long reached the international stage – Lobster and Lara G won many ribbons in Grand Prix under Sören Pedersen in 2007. Lauterbach, the 2004 OS Champion Stallion, was victorious in the 2007 French Championships and Lagero became State Champion and Weser-Ems Champion with Gerd Wehlau. Among Landor S' off-spring are also the European Championships gold winning Loriot S (Tobias Meyer) as well as the internationally successful sport horses Lord G, Loup Garou, Grandora (Mylène Diederichsmeyer) and Leoville (Philipp Weishaupt).

Kronprinz  is the refining blood seen all over the world in some of the best sport horse stallions.

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