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  • Bella Donna previously Oak Grove's Beirut
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"Breed the best to the best
  and hope for the best"

Americana   |  mare   |  2010   |  chestnut   |  Zangersheide (BE)

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The beautiful chestnut mare Americana takes a lot after her grandsire Heartbreaker and has six generations of Grand Prix stallions in a row in her pedigree. She was phenomenally athletic during free jumping as a younger horse and has taken that skill with her into the ring. She started her competition career in the middle of the 2016 season and performed with the class we would expect from a mare of this calibre, winning her very first Springpferde Prufung with fantastic notes. She is now performing consistently at the National 1.15m level, but we are expecting great things from her in the future.

Her sire Aganix du Seigneur (Ogano Sitte x Chellano Z) made a very promising debut in 1.60m Grand Prix’s with Jos Lansink  in early 2015 and was rumored to be his chosen horse for Rio 2016. Unfortunately he was subsequently forced into early retirement due to an unfortunate injury. Americana is bred out of Gestut Eichenhain’s own Grand Prix showjumping mare, Oak Grove's Heartfelt, previously ridden by Rolf-Göran Bengtsson. Grandam, Quasibelle du Seigneur (Rubens du Ri d'Asse) is the half-sister of the famous Olympic showjumping stallion London. Great-grandam is the well-known 1.60m Grand Prix mare Ta Belle van Sombeke (Chin Chin), who produced no less than five 1.60m and one 1.50m showjumpers.

Entire pedigree is provided by:HorseTelex
AGANIX DU SEIGNEUR HEARTBREAKER RUBENS DU RI D'ASSE
AGANIX DU SEIGNEUR OGANO SITTE DARCO
IALTA SITTE
CADIX DU SEIGNEUR Z CHELLANO Z
ATLANTA SITTE Z
OAK GROVE'S HEARTFELT HEARTBREAKER NIMMERDOR
BACAROLE
QUASIBELLE DU SEIGNEUR RUBENS DU RI D'ASSE
TA BELLE VAN SOMBEKE

Comme Fleur   |  stallion   |  2011   |  grey   |  Holsteiner

Comme Fleur has had a fantastic start to his competition career. Having won numerous Bundeschampionate Qualifications with unbeatable scores as a 5yo he has competed solidly and consistently well up to 1.35m level and is ready to start his international career as a 6yo. The dam of this promising stallion Comme Fleur is the top mare Fleur III (Romino), who participated in three World Cup finals. With Michael Whitaker she also competed at the 2003 European Championships in Donaueschingen. Fleur's son Cheers Cassini (Cassini I) also jumped at 1.60m Grand Prix level and has been approved by the AES and Selle Français. Further offspring from Fleur; One Man (Cassini I) and La Petite Fleur (Lexicon) are also highly successful at 1.60m with Angelie von Essen (GBR) and 1.55m level with Andres Arozarena (MEX). Sire Calido I is known as one of the top producers of show jumpers at present. Having been the sire of multiple Bundeschampions and Grand Prix jumpers, he is an integral part of the Holstein breeding association due to his exceptional breeding success. Through Suehne (Landgraf I), dam Fleur III is a granddaughter of the 1.50m jumping mare Buehne (Fokus II). Suehne produced no less than three 1.60m Grand Prix showjumpers, including the licensed stallion Come On (Cantus). Comme Fleur is Approved with AES and Oldenburger International

Entire pedigree is provided by:HorseTelex
CALIDO I ROMINO LANDGRAF I
CALIDO I CANTUS CALETTO I
MONOLINE
BARONESS CORIANDER
KOLLET
FLEUR III ROMINO RAMIRO Z
INGELI
SUEHNE LANDGRAF I
BUEHNE

Darshan   |  stallion   |  2011   |  dark bay   |  OS (Springpf.Old.Int.)

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Oak Grove’s Darshan has all the power and blood that you would expect from his lineage. He competed consistently well at the Springpferde Prufung Level up to the 1.30m and also Qualified for the Bundeschampionate in 2016 for 5yo’s. After this, he went on to put in a very strong performance at the World Championships for Young Horses in Lanaken 2016 by making it into the jump-off of the final. We are expecting very good things from this horse both in breeding and in sport.

After three generations of top 1.60m Grand Prix stallions (Diamant de Semilly, Baloubet du Rouet and I Love You), Oak Grove's Darshan’s genetics go back to a valuable Anglo-Arab damline. With the Baloubet du Rouet x I Love You cross, dam Shiva Nantuel has the same gene mix as the highly successful Grand Prix stallion Chaman, ridden by Ludger Beerbaum. Both of Darshan’s dam, Shiva Nantuel, and grandam  jumped at the International 1.45m level. The pedigree goes back to the valuable broodmare Royaltie III (Kaolin de Lyre), who produced nine showjumpers at the 1.30m level and higher, including the licensed 1.50m jumping stallion Jiky the Nantuel (Papillon Rouge). She is also the grandam of 1.60m showjumpers such as Oceane de Nantuel ridden by Pedro Veniss (BRA) and Pacha de Nantuel ridden by Reed Kessler (USA).

Oak Grove's Darshan is approved as a premium stallion by Oldenburg-International (OS) and his progeny are all showing the scope of their father.

Entire pedigree is provided by:HorseTelex
DIAMANT DE SEMILLY BALOUBET DU ROUET I LOVE YOU
DIAMANT DE SEMILLY LE TOT DE SEMILLY GRAND VENEUR
VENUE DU TOT
VENISE DES CRESLES ELF III
MISS DES CRESLES
SHIVA DE NANTUEL BALOUBET DU ROUET GALOUBET A
MESANGE DU ROUET
ESQUISSE NANTUEL I LOVE YOU
ROYALTIE III

Enkidu   |  stallion   |  2011   |  grey   |  Selle Francais (FR)

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In 2016, Oak Grove's Enkidu competed at National 1.20m level. He had some very impressive scores on the Springpferde circuit and we are hopeful for good things to come. This beautiful and powerful licensed stallion has many top sport horses in his family. His sire Ensor van de Heffinck is, like Olympic show jumpers Cornet Obolensky and Via Volo, a product of the successful cross of the two great stallions Clinton and Heartbreaker. The licensed stallion Nouma d'Auzay (Carthago), who jumped at International 1.60m level with Franke Sloothaak, is a half-brother of Enkidu. Enkidu’s grandam is none other than the international jumping mare Via d'Auzay, who won classes at CHIO Aachen with Hervé Godignon and won the Puissance of Ancenis Atover 2.00m as a six year old! Great-grandam Kysra d'Auzay (Phoenix- Rantzau xx) also won several Grand Prix’s with Godignon. Oak Grove’s Enkidu is approved by Studbook Zangersheide and AES (Anglo European Studbook).

Entire pedigree is provided by:HorseTelex
ENSOR VAN DE HEFFINCK QUIDAM DE REVEL LE TOT DE SEMILLY
ENSOR VAN DE HEFFINCK CLINTON CORRADO I
URTE
ANGEL OF ME VAN'T HAZELARENHOEKJE HEARTBREAKER
IT'S ME
HADVIA D'AUZAY QUIDAM DE REVEL JALISCO B
DIRKA
VIA D'AUZAY LE TOT DE SEMILLY
KYSRA D'AUZAY

Laith   |  stallion   |  2011   |  chestnut   |  Selle Francais (FR)

Oak Grove’s Laith had a very good start to his jumping career. Currently competing at the International 1.30m level as a youngster where he has shown substantial promise. He easily qualified for the Bundeschampionate in 2016 as a 5 year old and also competed that year in the World Young Horse Championships in Lanaken. Laith’s sire, Glock's London, was, for many years, the top horse of Gerco Schröder. London won, among many victories, the Individual Olympic Silver Medal in the 2012 London Games. He is the product of the multiple medal winning 1.60m showjumper and top breeding sire Nabab de Reve who has jumped at the highest level on the international circuit with Philippe Lejeune and was 2002 Belgian Horse of the Year. This together with the International 1.60m mare, Ta Belle van Sombeke, combines some of the best genes in France.In his maternal line, Laith goes back to an Anglo-Arab family. His dam, Sirene de Riverland, descends from the prematurely deceased Grand Prix stallion Quaprice Z (Quidam de Revel), who produced some top class showjumpers in his short life. This family goes back to the mare Manuela X (Labrador XX) which is the same foundation mare of the line that produced the great Itot du Chateau, as well as other International Grand Prix horses such as Sultan du Chateau, Etoile du Chateau, Amande du Chateau, Monark, Rio de Vains, Rock de Vains, Misterio, Mariacci X, Maloubet Pleville, Semilly, Kire Royal Star, Ernest, Qapitol de Montsec, Regent de Montsec, Nelson van de Helle, Master van de Helle. Laith is approved in Zangersheide and is one of very few licensed London sons.

Entire pedigree is provided by:HorseTelex
LONDON QUAPRICE BOIS MARGOT PALADIN DES IFS
LONDON NABAB DE REVE QUIDAM DE REVEL
MELODIE EN FA
TA BELLE VAN SOMBEKE CHIN CHIN
LA BELLE VAN SOMBEK
SIRENE DE RIVERLAND QUAPRICE BOIS MARGOT QUIDAM DE REVEL
WELLA I
GOLDIVA PALADIN DES IFS
ONWARD X

Moorea   |  mare   |  2011   |  grey   |  KWPN (Niederlande

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Moorea is really taking after her family in the competition world. She started her jumping career in the summer of 2016 and has amazed us with her scope and carefulness. This beautiful mare is now competing at the National 1.15m level with good, solid results and we are very excited about her future.

Jumping talent is anchored here from all sides. Dam, Zoe Quality (Calido) jumped at the 1.35m level and is the sister to no less than four 1.60m Grand Prix showjumping horses, including licensed stallions Coupe de Coeur (Calido) and Russel (Corofino). Zoe’s full brother, Coupe de Coeur jumped three World Cup finals, was German Champion with Ludger Beerbaum in 2011 and finished fifth individually at the 2011 European Championships with Henrik von Eckermann. Russel was successful with Nick Skelton and participated at the 2008 Olympic Games in Hong Kong. Moorea’s sire, Mylord Carthago is also an Olympic showjumper. The Carthago son won team silver at the 2010 World Equestrian Games and 2011 European Championships with Penelope Leprevost and is popular among breeders.

MYLORD CARTHAGO CALIDO I LINCOLN
MYLORD CARTHAGO CARTHAGO CAPITOL I
PERRA
FRAGANCE DE CHALUS JALISCO B
NIFRANE
ZOE CALIDO I CANTUS
BARONESS
ADELE LINCOLN
KOLIN HSP

Opus Magnum   |  stallion   |  2011   |  chestnut   |  Selle Francais (FR)

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This powerful stallion is currently competing at the 1.30m. He has had many successes in the young horse Springpferde Prufungs with countless wins already under his belt. The highlight of his career so far was the Bundeschampionate Qualification for 5yo’s which he won with excellent notes. 

Opus Magnum (ex Berlioz du Lys) is very interestingly bred. His sire Ogano Sitte  will probably be remembered as the famous stallion Darco’s most influential son. Ogano Sitte himself competed at the highest level and was known for his scope, quick reflexes and fighting spirit. He passes on these qualities to his offspring with a high level of frequency and Opus Magnum is no exception. Ogano Sitte’s dam is the Grand Prix mare Ialta Sitte (Advontuur). On the maternal side, Opus Magnum’s dam, Neige Bacon, jumped at the 1.35m level and is a daughter of the Olympic stallion Lux Z, who won the Pulsar Crown Series in Valkenswaard and Cannes with Jerry Smit. Grandam Velleda du Hip competed at the 1.40m level. Through her sire Plein d'Espoir IV, she carries the influential French blood of Ibrahim and Starter. The International 1.60m showjumper Lancelot des Vaux (Timorrak des Isles) is out of the full-sister of Opus Magnum’s mother.

Opus Magnum is approved by Oldenburg-International (OS) and has already produced some very promising young stock.

 

Entire pedigree is provided by:HorseTelex
OGANO SITTE LUX PLEIN D'ESPOIR IV
OGANO SITTE DARCO LUGANO VAN LA ROCHE
OCOUCHA
IALTA SITTE AVONTUUR
INSEL SITTE
NEIGE DE BACON LUX LORD CALANDO
APOCALYPTE Z
VELLEDA DU HEUP PLEIN D'ESPOIR IV
JALNA
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