2018 Wild Dance Gelding
Wee Bee by Wild Dance is an elegant moving chestnut with a sweet disposition who will make an excellent amature horse. This gelding is incredibly sweet and willing, both parents have talent and high rideability and this guy is showing the same easy and enjoyable attitude. Wee Bee has been started under saddle this spring 2022 and is going walk trot canter in the arena. Ready for his person. Currently 15.2, snatch this guy up!
Sire, Wild Dance is a 16.2 Hanoverian Grand Prix performer with many wins and placings as well as multiple offspring going at Grand Prix Level. Wild Dance was the winner of the 100-day stallion testing in Germany with over 140 points receiving a 9 on jumping as well with many offspring showing an aptitude for jumping. Wild Dance throws elegant fancy moving offspring with height and easy-going temperaments.
Dam, Kalina, an Oldenburg mare, is a proven producer of fancy types. She is an extremely sweet and easy mare to handle in every regard. Kalina was the highest scoring mare of the 9 presented and accepted into the Main Mare book just several weeks post foaling, earning a score of 102. Sire, Laitin, is a beautiful bay Oldenburg approved stallion the result of the combination Le Champion (Landadel) and Argus (Pion). Laitin Showed in Dressage with excellent scores as a young horse, but comes from wonderful jumping lines. He was a USDF PSG Horse of the Year. Le Champion, by Landadel, out of Kalla; his grandsire is Landgraf I and his dam is by Furioso II. Le Champion, a 17 H bay with four white socks and a blaze was Grand Champion stallion at the 1992 Oldenburg 100-day test, with an unprecedented 138.15 points-due in part to outstanding scores of 9 on his walk and trot and 10 on his canter. Argus, was one of very few horses in the world that simultaneously competed at both F.E.I. Dressage under Laurie Flavo and Oliver Luze as well as at Grand Prix Show Jumping under Hap Hansen. Dam sire side carries the famed Hanoverian ‘G’ line, Kontessa, Kalina’s Dam is by Graf Gotthard, a Grey Hanoverian stallion sired by Gotthard; leading sire of showjumpers (many international) in Germany for 7 years, siring over 34 licensed stallions and 25 States Premium mares. Goliath II (Graf Gotthard) was also an international showjumper with Willy van der Ham and produced the stallion Grosso Z responsible for Goldfever, a genuine international jumping star ridden by Ludger Beerbaum