(Landadel/ Landsknecht (Lasso)/ Gotthard)
Landkönig, a 16.3H, bay, elite Hanoverian stallion, 4 socks, a star and snip. Landkönig completed his 100 day test at Adelheidsdorf as a three-year-old and was 7th out of 50 with 118.10 points overall and a 9.5 for stadium jumping, 8’s for willingness to work, character, temperament and the walk. Overall balanced on his jumping and rideability scores.
The Hannoveraner Jahrbuch Hengste 2005 lists Landkönig with a jumping breeding value of 132 putting him ahead of Ritual, Drosselklang, Espri, Escudo II, Grosso Z and many other top German Grand Prix producers! Landkönig is in fact the highest rated jumper listed, standing in the U.S. listed in the 2009 Stallion yearbook with a jumper breed value of 135 and 140 for ability, slightly higher than super producer and 2007 stallion of the year Argentinus.
Landkönig produced from his first foal crop a licensed Hanoverian stallion son and in 2002 broke the record for producing the highest selling jumper ever in the history at the Hanoverian Elite auctions in Germany. Lantinus, a four-year-old gelding sold for Euro 215,000 also setting the record price for the Hanoverian auction year, something never done by a jumper!
Landadel was one of the most popular and successful stallions of his generation who sadly died at a young age in 1996. Hardly a second sire deserves the label “foundation sire” as much as he does. His uniform transmission of type, nobility, color, movement and predisposition for jumping is second to none. He produced multiple licensing champion stallions, SPS mares, grand prix offspring and his presence is strongly noticed in the recent Federal and European championships. Landadel is fifth in the Hanoverian index with offspring over $30,000 earnings even though he is a Holsteiner and has earned well over $4 million in total offspring earnings.
Landkönig’s dam, Luna, has an evenly impressive production record. It would be hard to find a stallion with a dam line that has a stronger production record!
Landkönig’s Damline has produced seven licensed stallions. These sons include Grundsteins Erbe, sold to Italy for DM 450,000 as a jumper, and his full sibling, Grundsteins Erbe II, a licensed and approved dressage stallion owned by “Horses Unlimited”. Others are Groenland, a breed show champion at Devon; Gratulata, a World Cup Qualifier with Michael Matz; Gina, a breeding champion of Luxemburg; her daughter winner of the Zangersheide breeding championships; Genua and Gentleman, Bundeschampionat participants. A Drosselklang filly and a stallion producing Grundstein filly from Luna sold to Paul Schockemöhle. Two offspring sold in the Vechta auction for over DM 100,000. As all these G horses are by Grundstein I, so he should be just right for your Grundstein mares.
His first foal crop produced about 50 Hanoverians, several have jumped at Grand Prix level. The 2008 Hanoverian year book shows 22 placings at Grand Prix oa. Lucculus won his first Grand Prix at 7 years old, Lipton and Suus Kuyten a young Dutch rider are placing at Grand Prixs. In the US Landfall placed 3rd in the Jumper Futurity in 2007. Landkönig produced a licensed Hanoverian son and 11 of his offspring have been selected so far for the Hanoverian Elite and riding horse auctions in Verden, Germany, including Lantinus who set a record for 2002 and sold for the highest price ever achieved by a jumper at the Elite auctions in the Hanoverian Niedersachsen Halle and again a record at Shockemoehle’s prestigious PSI Sale. The current owners of Lantinus, the Straumanns, paid 2.4 million dollars for him and turned down 5.5 million Euro’s ($8.7 million) six months later after he won the Global champions tour GP of Qatar. Lantinus has been #1 in the FEI world rank in June and July 2008 and 2008 Beijing Olympics. All this was achieved while he was only 9 years old himself and at the beginning of his breeding career.
After his initial breeding seasons, Landkönig was ridden and shown by a 14-year-old girl, with her he had a couple thousand DM in show winnings.
Anybody breeding to him is in good company as Herbert Meyer, Chef D’Equipe of the German equestrian team and Körung judge for the Oldenburg jumping registry bred his best mare Gratia and several others to Landkönig. With 5 cars won and 350,000 Euro’s in offspring winnings just in 2008 from Lantinus, Lipton and others Landkoenig has reached the $1 million mark in offspring winnings in 2009. La Bamba was the champion mare at the AHS/REM 2007 inspection. In 2008 three-year-old Luanja became a Hanoverian Elite Candidate by passing her performance test and was also accepted into the Jumper Breeding Program. Landkoenig is the most prolific producer of foals into the AHS Jumper Breeding Program to date with fresh semen available. 3 Landkoenig offspring garnered Gold Medals in 2020 making him the top jumper producer of gold medal foals in the US.
His semen is excellent and EVA negative.
Landkönig $1,450 LFG
Frozen with Live Foal Guarantee
o/o Argentinus mare
AA Jumper Champion Hanoverian. PC Susan Tischbein
(Landkönig/Ganymed/Black Sky) Owned and bred by Rick and Jayne Toering. Photos (top to bottom): One day old; as a four-year-old with Jayne Toering; placing at the Washington International Horse Show, Reserve Champion and Hack Winner at the Zone 3 Finals in the Younger Adult Amateur Hunter with Katie Davilli.
2009: 6th €3,000 1m35 CSI 2* Wisbecq, BEL 2008: 3th €7,500 1m45 Table A with Jump Off, CSI3* Moorsele, BEL 4th €20,000 1m50 Table A with Jump off, CSI 3* Moorsele, BEL 4th €5,000 1m40 CSI3* Grobbendonk, BEL
Landomir Landomir Bred by Sonesta Farms. 2007 AHS Eventing Champion in two divisions.
La Noche (Landkoenig x Triple Beat xx, Steady Beat xx) 2003 Oldenburg NA gelding owned and shown by Rachel Spencer at 2012 WEF
"Love the versatility of my mare. These pictures were taken 17 days apart. The 1st was by Jim Graham at the Willowdale races, the 2nd by Caillin Boyle at the Devon horse show. Edgar Schutte, this is a testament to your lovely stallion Landkoenig. Can't wait for my newest Landi foal to arrive in about 1 months time. "
4 yr old Linus – Landkönig/ Pablito/ Kalypso , owned by Jeanne Martin, placed 2nd out of 30 in 4 & 5 yr old hunters at his first show.
Jamie Sailor and EMC Landalyn at the oaks.
Bred by David Herndon, owned by Deb Makinney. Third in the 2007 West Coast Jumper Futurity at the Oaks as a 4-year-old.
Fancy 13 year old 16.2h Hanoverian mare by Landkoenig. Sweet and easy 3’ packer. Just sit down and float the reins. She’s had much success at shows with ribbons at Upperville, Loudoun, WIHS, Capital Challenge, etc....Easy enough for the children’s division or could step up to do the AOs. She was 2017 3’3” AO Champion for the American Hanoverian Society in just a few shows. Asking 45k to buy or 15k to lease.
Five-year-old Larapin II, by Landkoenig out of Casandra (NZ TB), was named Area VI Novice Eventing Champion with Ashley Anderson. Larapin is owned by Ashley, and was bred by Judy Klus.
Landelina-EEF Landelina and Shannon after placing 1st in the "3 & 4 yr old Under Saddle Class". She was beyond amazing and a 100% bombproof mare
Landnyx just turned 4 yr old Landkönig X NZ Lucero good mind, athletic, fancy mover
Hanoverian mare, Luxury Sweet R (Landkonig/Lundburg/Greenhorn)
Quality for an upper level professionals dressage horse with the mind for an amateur. This horse is the total package. He is incredibly friendly, level headed, low maintenance, and likes adventures. Sarah Schwarzer
Laureate DFEN 2yo Hanoverian Filly Futurity Winner
The 3-year-old Championship was led wire to wire by Oldenburg filly, Lady Elegance (Landkonig x Ultimate Elegance), who led the in-hand confirmation portion, as well as the jump chute class, finishing on a cumulative score of 84.5. Owner Marta Petrenko served as handler of the filly today, who also competed her in the 2016 USEA FEH West Coast Championships, where Lady Elegance took home the 2-year-old Championship title. Lady Elegance was the highest scoring filly in the division, and also claim
Champion filly at the Hanoverian inspection at Silverhorn. Landkönig out of a TB mare. Owned and bred by Gina Gregory. Due to Gina’s studies Landolure is sporadically jumped, but here shown at Sonoma Horse Park as a seven-year-old they placed 2nd in the 1.10 m.
(Landkönig-Jessica) Four-year-old Lancaster, out of Jessica, owned and bred by Nina Fricke, went to his first dressage schooling show and had a 75.2% and 76.8%!
Landkönig-Florida Fun Filly Premium Oldenburg and high-score filly, by Landkönig out of Florida Fun, owned and bred by Jennifer Wiggins. Conformation: 8.3, Movement: 8.5, Overall Impression: 8.5, Overall Score: 8.4.
"louis is an 11 years old gelding who competed up to intermediate/ ** in eventing . I have own him since he was 14 months old. he is third level dressage and has shown in 1m20 division . I have schooled him up 1m45 course. Ridden in all three phase in a fat loose ring . He is medium bone, has light gaits and super canter .He is a very fun horse .he has being ridden over the last year by some of my students , some pretty green ,jumping with them 2 to 3'3."
(Landkönig x Expression) Landskrona was the Reserve Champion of the jumper foals at the Spruce Meadows Hanoverian Mare Show. Owned and bred by Tara Lambie.
Rhineland Inspection Champion
Sired by Landkoenig and out of the breeders thoroughbred mare, Marci Geo Royal Bred by - Old Gate Farm - Katrina Van Den Bosch Age: 10 Rider: Rachael Scott Trainer: Brittany McCully of Ridgeview Equestrian Amanda Ubell Photo
Linus has such a fabulous personality under tack and in the barn! He has taken his current young rider from the ponies, through the hunters, Equitation, and starting out in the jumper ring.
4 yr old stallion sold to Italy.
Currently showing 1.15m and has shown in the 6 yo classes in Venice. Brave and willing.. amateur friendly with 0 stop.
Stallion Health Information
EVA (Equine Viral Arteritis) - Negative, vaccinated annually
WFFS (Warmblood Fragile Foal Syndrome)- n/n
PSSM1 (Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy) - Negative
CEM(Contagious Equine Metritis) - Negative
Color - Homozygous for Bay and Black, (will not produce a chestnut)