Lord Leatherdale u. Zarah (Keur Prok) v. Negro (Keur) u. Milady (Ster) v. Balzflug u. Holibria
Motherline 91, fokfamilie 516
From the top motherline 91 – Gullit (pronounced Hullit!) was everything we look for in a foal, and now in full work as a young horse he is proving to be exceptionally powerful and balanced.
Due to international commitments with Izzy during 2016, Gullit was competed in the Regional finals by Darren Hicks, who went on to qualify him in Novice Gold for the Summer Nationals.
He has the most amazing, trainable character and will now spend 2017 working towards more advanced work, having scored just under 70% in the Winter Regionals with Nicky.
He is related to:
- the world championship young horse Rex
- the Keur Elite mare Majestic
- the Keur Pref mare Ilibria
- the ZZL dressage horse Planet X (1997)
- Rolex – 94th in the world and a 1.60m jumper.
- Tilibria – the provincial jumping keuring champion
- Ulibria – the provincial keuring champion dressage mare
‘innovative, modern, lightness, elegance, attitude and top talent’
Lord Leatherdale is a very interesting stallion from the very best that “Westphalian” breeding has to offer. He possesses renewable blood building qualities that are so greatly desired by KWPN breeding.
His father is the “Bundeschampionat” winner (2005) and reserve “World champion “(2005) Lord Loxley. His mother, the black beauty, Fairless P, was Siegerstute at the age of 2 and is a State Premium mare from Ferragamo (Freigraf – Furioso II). Grandmother Alma (Anmarch – Angelo xx) was amongst others mother of the approved Westphalian “landesbeschäler”: “Lafon” (v.Laurentianer). Angelo xx is of course world renowned as the father of amongst others: Ahlrich, Amon and as grandfather (on the mother side) of amongst others Rubinstein and Rembrandt.
His performance report: “Lord Leatherdale is an honest, diligent and reliable stallion with a good attitude. The stallion is very willing to work and allows being worked. Lord Leatherdale has extremely good talent as dressage horse”.
His achievements: “Lord Leatherdale is an honest, diligent and reliable stallion with a good attitude. The stallion is very willing to work and allows being worked. Lord Leatherdale has extremely good talent as dressage horse”.
His offspring: In the autumn of 2007 Lord Leatherdale fathered a group of super descendants: Quote from KWPN report: A unified collection of riding type foals, of a good rectangular model. The trot is uphill. In motion the foals have excellent body use. Lord Leatherdale is a stallion with a very promising future, both for sport and breeding.