PrH Sir Ludwig is an an excellent all-rounder for breeding wonderful riding and harness horses
He is a homozygous tobiano, homozygous black Baroque Pinto stallion, a European breed not yet well known in Australia.
100% of PrH Sir Ludwig's offspring will be pinto.
He is located in Germany, and will be available in Australia by frozen semen, from September 2018.
PrH Sir Ludwig is an excellent choice for mare owners wishing to breed beautiful all-purpose tobiano foals.
A stunning 2018 filly by Sir Ludwig
Sir Ludwig himself
Details for PrHSir Ludwig
Height: 15.2h (158cm)
Colour: Homozygous black, homozygous tobiano (aaEE TT, no chestnut foals)
100% of Sir Ludwig's foals will be tobiano
With black mares, 100% of the foals will be black tobianos.
Breed: Baroque Pinto
service certificates - ACE Group Inc (in Australia),
Price: 2018 / 2019 season - AUD $850 per 2 full frozen doses 1 service certificate per 2 doses
Any additional pregnancies obtained = $850 on confirmation of 45 day pregnancy
Shipped in Australia from Gene Movers in VIC
Suitability: All purpose riding horse or carriage horse,
Licensing: In 2011, Sir Ludwig was assessed at ECHA / ESV, receiving an 8.5.
In 2013 Sir Ludwig was awarded Premium stallion status by ZSSE.
In 2014, PrH Sir Ludwig was the class winner of his breed at the
Baroque Breed Show at the CHIO in Aachen
PrH Sir Ludwig - an excellent all-rounder with a wonderful temperament
In the 1950's a black and white patterned Gelderland horse (Dutch carriage horse) jumped over a fence and covered a Friesian mare. The result of this was the progenitor of all baroque pintos - the stallion Bonte Nico.
The modern classic baroque pintos that exists today are cross-breeds of:
Friesian x Pinto
Friesian x Baroque Pinto
Warmblood x Baroque Pinto
Sometimes Lusitanos, Andalusians, Barb Horses and Lipizzaner horses are also cross-bred.
Sir Ludwig in traditional Baroque Pinto outfit
Baroque Pintos are typically very Friesian-like
-you could say they are a Friesian with a black and white pattern.
Their backs are short, and the croup is well muscled and round.
The baroque pinto is also equipped with a wide and muscular chest.
The short, strong and swan-like neck which used to carry a head with a little Roman nose is now a modern, small dry head. This is also very characteristic for the Baroque Pinto.
Baroque Pintos are all-rounders - they are suitable for dressage, driving and pleasure riding.
Their equable and friendly nature and their will to learn are distinguishing characteristics.
They are easy to keep, robust and unproblematic.
Height: 150cm - 165cm (14.3h - 16.2h)
Color: tobiano pattern, black
A beautiful 2018 filly by Sir Ludwig
out of a Friesian mare
Baroque pintos are known for their uncomplicated and strong-nerved being and are suitable for riding and driving because of their broad suitability. While doing this they reveal all of their strength, patience and gentleness to please 'their' human.
Distinctive strength of character, well-balanced temperament and good/robust health are desired breeding goals.
They are calm, have a very favourable attitude towards humans, are friendly and quick to learn.
A 2 1/2 year old filly by Sir Ludwig and out of a Haflinger mare.
Neck and Head
Well muscled not so long strong neck. A high (swan-like) neck set is desired.
Short (similar to a Friesian), wide strong chest, well muscled hindquarters
Strong, dry with distinctive joints, very hard and robust hooves
A lovely filly by Sir Ludwig out of a German Riding Pony mare.
A beautiful eventing mare, Samba, by Sir Ludwig. Competed by Kim & Franka Eventing in Germany.
A lovely 2018 Sir Ludwig filly bred by Stephanie Schiffer in Rheinbach, Germany.
Thank you Stephanie for allowing us to use your photo, and congratulations on your beautiful baby.
A very clever photo of Sir Ludwig showing his character.