Due March 11th 2020, We are excited to announce a fabulous cross between Banderas (Balou Du Rouet x Grannus x Beach Boy) x Liebchen RP (Landkoenig x Kalypso x Diamont) for in-utero!  This foal should have all the makings to be an upper level jumper or hunter cross.  Liebchen's first foal, Daenerys HF, has exceeded our expectations with her amateur friendly demeanor, strong hindquarters, stunning head/neck and natural athleticism.  This cross is sure to be a upper level prospect in any discipline of one's choosing.  We offer affordable payment plans, and price includes registration and inspection with Westfalin NA, microchip, lifetime USEF/USHJA, daily care, handling and weaning.

Priced Low Five Figures,  

Daenerys HF - Born on March 3rd, 2019, "Dany" is already proving to be everything we had hoped with this cross.  She shows correct form, three balanced gaits, a strong hind quarter, good shoulder and a lovely head and neck.  She is brave, very personable and easy to handle.  Her Sire, Delta Force (Diarado x Cassini I) is a striking young stallion with all the qualities to become a top producing stallion with a strong background in show jumping.  Her dam, Liebchen RP (Landkonig x Kalypso x Diamont) not only was a premium mare at her inspection with American Hanoverian, but was also premium mare at her Westfalin inspection entering the main mare book 1.  Lola even had a successful 1.25 jumper career with a mile long show record on the east coast and in Canada.  Dany was registered with Westfalen/RPSI with wonderful remarks and high scores from the inspector.  She showed off her athletic ability and her brave, easy going temperament throughout the entire inspection that wowed the judges and crowd!  Priced Low to Mid Five Figures

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LIEBCHEN RP - Is a 2006, Hanoverian mare by Landkönig out of a Kalypso/Diamont mare.  Lola received her pink papers with AHS and went onto having a successful jumper career in the 1.30 division.  Lola also packed around a junior and amateur around in the lower Children/Adult jumpers in the United States and Canada.  Lola received impressive scores at her inspection including scores of 8 and 7 for conformation, and an 8.5 for jumping.  Lola also was entered into Main Mare Book 1 at the Westfalen inspection receiving marvelous remarks from the inspector giving her consistent scores of 8 and 7 across the board.  The inspector also had inspected Lola's Dam, Kalypso Krown Jewel many years ago and raved about how lovely Lola's dam-line is and how she threw consistent offspring that had natural athleticism and correct confirmation.

Landkönig - His progeny include a two-time Olympic and WEG qualifier. With over a million dollars in offspring earnings he holds an American progeny record. He produced the highest-priced jumper ever sold at the Hanoverian Elite auction, as well as a licensed son, a 2003 and 2004 Bundeschampionat qualifier and 11 auction selections out of 45 registered offspring. In 2005, one Landkönig gelding sold at the prestigious PSI Auction for more than $437,000. Landadel, Champion of his 100-Day Test, is one of the leading German sires and the most successful stallion of his age group. Landkönig’s damline produced eight licensed stallions. His dam, Luna, who was written about in the Eylers millennium stallion book, also produced Devon Champion Grönlad; Gratulata, a World Cup qualifier with Michael Matz; Gina, Champion of Luxembourg, and 1991 Bundeschampionat participants and Grand Prix jumpers Genua and Gentleman. Landkönig scored a 9.5 for stadium jumping at his 100-Day Test with a test index almost equally high in jumping and in rideability. He also scored 8s for character, temperament and willingness to work. German Chef d’Equipe Herbert Meyer bred several mares to Landkönig. He has had several top inspection foals, and in 2007, La Bamba became Elite Eligible and was an inspection Champion. Lord Tryon MF won the NCDCTA Breed Show Bari von Buedingen award. In 2005, Landkönig entered the Topliste Hannoveraner Hengste with a jumping breed value of 132, highest of any Hanoverian standing in North America. In 2005, 8-year-old son Lucullus won his first Grand Prix and had many placings at that level. Four-year-old Landfall placed third in the 2007 IJF, and 9-year-old Lipton placed in the 2007 CSI Beervelde Grand Prix. Lantinus, winner of many Grand Prixs, is the number two Hanoverian jumper after Shutterfly for the third year, and he also made the cover of Der Hannoveraner for the third time after winning Aachen 2009. In 2008, the FEI ranked 10-year-old Lantinus as the number one jumper in the world for several months. Landalyn became EMC with 9/8 for jumping, as did EMC Luanja and EMC Llangollyn. In 2011 Laus Deos had the highest U.S. MPT score and in 2012 Landollure became an EMC with 9/9 for jumping.

Banderas - Banderas is the first approved son of the sensational European stallion Balou du Rouet, to stand in North America.  Banderas is a very typey athletic stallion, with a lovely expression, clearly stamped by in looks by his sire. Banderas has three very good athletic gaits, and shows a huge amount of jumping potential, he jumps in classic form, and show a lot of scope.  He also has a very good temperament and good nature.  Banderas successfully completed his 70 day test at Silver Creek Farm in 2010, Banderas finished 4th overall.  Some of  Banderas' scores from the 70 day test Test Director scores Character "10",Temperament "9" Willingness to work "9.50" constitution "9" ridability "8.5", Free Jumping "9", Stadium Jumping "9" cross country "8.5" "walk 9" trot "7.50" canter "8" .  Banderas has now become the first fully approved son of Balou du Rouet standing in North America, with lifetime breeding approvals.

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