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Rapscallion 2001 Registered Holsteiner Stallion
Rapscallion is Registered with the American Holsteiner Horse Association as well as the American Warmblood Society Stud Fee $1500
Currently showing over 4ft jumpers and competing in first level dressage. Sire of Risky Business American Warmblood Society National Jumping Horse of the Year 2009.
Click below to View Video's of Rapscallion:
Rapscallion 2001 Holstiener Stallion conformation video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5F3vWUxiKAs
Rapscallion jumping http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mK21o3DCP2M
Rapscallion - Sire Riverman and out of Miss Admiral who is by Columbus.
Rapscallion Holsteiner Stallion currently stands 16.1 hands Born: March 2nd 2001. Superior athletic ability. Floating dressage gaits. Incredible kind disposition. Great to handle in every way! Competing over 4ft jumper and competing first level Dressage
His Sire: Riverman. Riverman's pedigree offers access to many of the top bloodlines successful in international sport.
Riverman's Web site http://www.hilltopfarminc.com/stallion_riverman.html
His sire Redfort is by Rebel Z, the full brother to Ratina Z, the 1992 Silver medallist in Show Jumping and the highest ranked mare in the WBFSH International Breeders Guide for 1999/2000. The influence of Alme (sire of Argentina Z, the dam of Rebel Z) adds an interesting dimension to Riverman's pedigree. Riverman bears the world proven influence of Landego, Calypso II, Landgraf I, and Cor de la Bryere; Holsteiner legends living out a new legacy in a modern day prince. Riverman earned his place in the German FN's 2000 statistics as one of the top sires of his generation. Riverman stands 2nd in the FN's Jumping Index and 3rd in the Overall Index for stallions of his age group, due to the success of his offspring in both dressage and jumping competition. Riverman's prepotency is clearly indicated not only by these statistics, but also by the scores of premium offspring and breed show champions he sires each year. Riverman arrived in the US with strong breeding credentials to prompt his popularity. His memorable Grand Championship victory at Dressage at Devon in 1995 catapulted Riverman into the North American breeding market. His prepotency outstanding offspring has maintained this momentum. Riverman sons and daughters in Europe have earned 10's on character and ridability in stallion and mare performance tests. Riverman offspring have represented the Holsteiner Verband at the annual Bundeschampionat (National Breeders Championships). Riverman youngsters have been sold out of Germany to Holland, Sweden, Denmark, England, the Czech Republic, and more.
His dam: Miss Admiral by Columbus (owned by Fran Dearing USDF Judge) Miss Admiral's Web site - http://www.windyknolldressage.com Columbus was the first holsteiner stallion at RLQ and was there flagship stallion until his death in 2000. He was Betty’s first stallion. Betty first saw him as one of several youngsters recently approved at Loxley. He was not her first choice, but she was convinced to take him because he had the temperment suitable for a first time stallion owner. He became Betty’s personal riding horse, and the first horse she trained to Grand Prix dressage. Columbus was a special horse – what set him apart was the combination of his mind and lack of physical limitations. He had the conformaton to do the work and the self-confidence to accept the training and remain relaxed. He never said no. Columbus was born in 1980, bred in Germany by Gustav Weber – by Calypso II and out of Marina by Faranese/Marder/Gabriel Stam 1907. He has a full brother who stood in Holstein under the name Corso. Columbus was a very modern stallion; leggy, narrow through the barrel, with a pretty face and great topline. He passed on good legs, good feet and a good back, three good gaits and a sterling temperment. He left behind 150 AHHA registered offspring and 50 –100 registered with another registry. They vary in size but they are uniformily good movers and all exhibit the wonderful disposition of their sire. They are prized by their mostly amature owners and have been successful in dressage, as well as hunters and jumpers. They are easy to break, easy to ride and easy to deal with.
Rapscallion stands for a Stud Fee of $1500 - ONLY Fresh and cooled semen is available.