Height: 14.2h (148cm)
Colour: Amber Champagne
Khalvin Khlein's base colour is bay / black
He is colour tested Aa EE n/Ch (can never have a chestnut foal)
Amber Champagne describes a bay horse that carries the champagne gene.
Their body dilutes to a gold colour while their mane and tail become a
dark chocolate brown.
Breed: Imported to Germany from the USA, Arabian Part Bred Stallion
75% Arabian, approved with the German Arabian Breed Association ZSAA
Approved as a stallion for breeding German Riding Ponies.
Registered with the International Champagne Horse Registry and
American Warmblood Registry
Registered with the ACE Group Inc in Australia
Has produced successful and sought-after progeny with Arabian, German Riding Pony, Thoroughbred and small Warmblood mares.
Price: 2018 / 2019 season - AUD $850 / NZ $975 per 2 full frozen doses
1 service certificate per 2 full doses
Any additional pregnancies obtained = $850 / $975 on confirmation of
45 day pregnancy
Shipped in Australia from Gene Movers in VIC
Shipped in New Zealand from Equibreed NZ in Auckland
Suitability: True all-rounder. Pony dressage, pony show jumping, endurance, eventing
Licensing: 2001 and 2014
Khalvin Khlein KpM is a rare Amber Champagne 75% Arabian stallion. He is fully licensed and performance tested, with very good movement and a great jumping ability. He has a willing and trainable work ethic, and is an absolute pleasure to ride. In competition, he is eager to work and always seeing the next jump with rhythm and balance.
Majestic and regal are probably the adjectives that best suit Khalvin Khlein KpM. His movement is expressive, serene and full of natural balance. He is especially light footed and has great ground coverage in canter and gallop. He carries himself well with good use of the hind leg in walk, trot and canter.
At the performance testing, the inspectors were impressed by his enthusiasm and motivation. He scored a sensational 8 for type and trot, with the Breeding Director's comments "jumps with great elastic bascule and very good technique, outstanding trot with great elasticity and very good balance. Beautiful type and great stallion presence."
Bred by Karen Malcor Chapman in California, USA, Khalvin Khlein's champagne gene comes from his dam, the part-Arabian mare "Miss Sundance". His beautiful sire Khornerstone (DOB 1992) has an outstanding and honest character and very good conformation. Grand-sire Khemosabi was the most popular Arabian Thoroughbred for many years in the USA< and has sired over 1,200 foals. He passed away at 34 years of age and is still regarded as a legend.
4th generation is "Morafic", who was the foundation sire at the Egyptian State Stud El Zahraa. His sire Nazeer was known as the "King of Egypt".
Khalvin Khlein KpM's offspring inherit his nobility, jumping ability, tactful safe movement, his beautiful looks and frequently his beautiful champagne colour. His son "Dreammark" was the winner of the Free Jumping Competition with a score of 9.5.
Frozen semen is sold per dose, and is excellent quality post-thaw with good conception rates achieved. Khalvin Khlein KpM is very good value at AUD $770 / NZ $800 per frozen dose.
Khalvin Khlein KpM in the book: "Stars of the German Riding Pony Breeding" written by Dr. Tanja Becker and Mareile Oellrich-Overesch
Spaarkle Plenty - oldest daughter in the USA
Khoal Black GF, by Khalvin Khlein KPM
Futurama SF. Filly by Khalvin Khlein KpM out of a warmblood mare
by Khalvin Klein KpM.
Showing excellent shoulder angulation and hindquarters.
Photo with thanks to Susanne Hoffmann
Superb filly foal by Khalvin Khlein KpM, showing herexcellent drive and reach, and an exquisite front.
Photo with thanks to Susanne Hoffmann
Licensed stallion son by Khalvin Khlein KpM, owned by Susanne Hoffmann.
modeling Eskadron in petrel.
from Wikipedia ...
"Khemosabi (1967 - 2001) was a bay Arabian stallion with four stockings and a blaze, that had significant accomplishments in the horse show ring, winning multiple National Championships in both halter and western pleasure performance competition. These wins earned him the highest level achievement award offered by the Arabian Horse Association: the Legion of Masters.
In the course of his breeding career, he sired over 1200 foals. Of these, over 300 were show champions and 75 won national championships".