Saladin is a wonderful new young (2016) cremello AES Warmblood, we welcome for our Australian breeders
Homozygous for the cream gene (will produce palominos and buckskins every time to non-dilute mares), and by the magnificent buckskin stallion Beryllium MD (Old).
Saladin was licensed by the ZZSE as a Studbook Palomino, with a licensing score of 8.0.
The young Cremello stallion Saladin was bred for the first time in Europe in 2019.
He offers everything you would expect from a young stallion. Natural sublimity, a strong rear leg, a good measure of spring force, elasticity and back activity, completely at ease and yet acting with the necessary power, this is how Saladin can be experienced running freely and presenting
At the jump he is just as keen and eager; the jumping power of his grandfather Alois seems happily to be reflected in Saladin.
Saladin's mother is a daughter of the highly decorated jumping stallion Alois - the mare Sáva.
Sáva is also the mother of Scheherazade.
She was awarded the state premium in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and achieved the highest movement marks.
As a special 2020 / 2021 introduction, Saladin is available to dilute and non-dilute mares in Australia.
Saladin is an excellent choice for mare owners wishing to breed beautiful all-purpose dilute foals.
Particularly noteworthy is Saladin's extremely good-natured nature.
Saladin is always friendly and open-minded.
His natural curiosity makes for a wonderful training temperament.
Nervousness and panic are unknown to him.
Information on all of the highlighted horses is included below.
Saladin's sister, also out of the same mare, Sáva.
Details for Saladin
Height: 16.2h (165cm)
Colour: Cremello ee Aa Cr Cr
100% of Saladin's foals will receive the cream gene
** Available for non-dilute, single dilute and double dilute mares**
service certificates - ACE Group Inc (in Australia)
Price: Sold per 2 full frozen doses, 1 service certificate / fee
If more than 1 pregnancy is achieved, there will be an additional service fee payable
on confirmation of each 45 day pregnancy
For this season's pricing, please see our Stallion Pricing List page.
Shipped in Australia from Gene Movers in VIC
Shipped in New Zealand from Equibreed
Suitability: All purpose riding horse
Licensing: In 2018
Saladin - an excellent all-rounder with a wonderful temperament
Saladin's dam, Sáva.
Sáva is a cremello Czech Warmblood mare, standing at 16.1h (165cm), born on the 8th of May 2009 in the Czech Republic.
Bred by Fikar Prochazka, she was purchased by Bärbel Ott in Germany, specifically to breed top quality warmblood sport horses with wonderful
temperaments and golden (cream dilute) coats.
Sáva is very well bred, and information on her sire, "Alois", a very good sire and Grand Prix showjumper in the Czech Republic, paternal grand sire "Ascot" (Selle Francais (French) Elite Stallion and Grand Prix Showjumping Champion), and paternal great grand sire "Alme Z" (the superstar international showjumping sire and the only horse to have sired 2 World Champions and 3 Olympic horses)
and Sáva's maternal grand sire "Mineral", the excellent Czech Republic stallion who has sired a great number of sport horses, broodmares and stallions. is below
As well as Saladin, Sáva is an outstanding producer the dam of the Premium palomino stallion and buckskin mare shown above.
Alois, sire of Sáva
Alois is a very good Grand Prix show jumper , who won the competition for 6 years old horses in Czech Republic. Alois' grand sire was the famous Grand Prix jumper, Alme Z, who was also a prolific sire of Grand Prix jumpers. Alois is approved in the Main Stallion Book for both SCHCT (Czech Warmblood), and Kinsky registries.
Alois's sire, Ascot
French Grand Prix Showjumping Champion, Elite Stallion
Almé Z (16 April 1966 – 21 March 1991) was a 16.1 hh (165 cm) sport horse stallion who was a prolific sire of showjumping horses.
His sire was by the Selle Français, Ibrahim, a stallion whose influence is still incredibly strong today. His dam, Girondine, produced three full brothers to Almé, which were all licensed stallions or successful jumpers.
The young stallion was ridden by Bernard Geneste as a five-year-old, before he was purchased and competed by American Fred Lorimer Graham for two years. He was then taken as a mount by François Mathy and Johan Heins, with whom he competed internationally. He won many Grand Prix events, including the Grand Prix of the Netherlands.
Almé had a successful career at stud, and his impact on the breed is often compared to that of the champion Thoroughbred stallion, Northern Dancer.
He first stood at stud as a five year old, serving France from 1971–1974, before standing at Zangersheide from 1975–1985. He was then returned to France, where he stood at the Brullemail stud farm until his retirement in 1990, covering 420 mares from across Europe. His stud fee during this time, after having proven himself so well, ranged from F14,000 to F20,000.
During his first 4 years in France, Almé sired the international show jumpers Galoubet, I Love You (2 time World Cup winner), and Jalisco B.
Jalisco B is the father of super star stallion Quidam de Revel, Galoubet A is the father of Quick Star and of the three times World Cup winner Baloubet du Rouet. While standing at Zangersheide, his offspring were registered in the Hanoverian stud book, where his blood had great influence, and he also made his way into the Holstein stud books through his sons Ahorn Z, Aloubé Z, Athlet Z, and Alexis Z. His grandson, Quidam de Revel, has also been used in Holstein breeding.
Alme is the only horse to have sired 2 World Champions and 3 Olympic horses. His son, Aerobic, became the top priced horse at the PSI Auktion in Ankum (650,000 DM).
Almé's Statistics from the 2002 FEI World Equestrian Games in Jerez
Quidam de Revel, Robin I Z, and Touchdown are all grandsons of Almé. Almé had a total of 21 horses (22.3%) in the WEG competition descended from him. At the end of the speed class and Nations Cup, 9 (36%) of the Top 25 horses were descended from Almé. After two rounds of the Individual Championship, 4 (40%) of the Top 10 were descended from Almé. Of the four horses in the final round, 3 (75%) were descended from Almé.
In 2002 his great grand daughter Liscalgot won World Championship individual gold for Dermott Lennon of Ireland. She is a mare by Touchdown who was by Galoubet A.
Mineral's Paternal Grand Sire
"Mys xx" (Flying Star x Astyanax)
The TB sire Mys x has been recorded as being the best sprinter in the Czech Republic for three consecutive years (1984 -1986) His sire "Flying Star" (Worden) was second in the Czech Derby and sire of numerous jumpers. "My Flying" a full brother to Mys show jumped to S level (International) Myjaxa the dam of "Mys" was a descendant of many great steeple chasers including "Mocná" and "Mighty Mor" winners of the Pardubice steeplechase race.
Myjava (Marin Lipsky x Furioso XV-55) 1977
"Myjava" Mineral's dam was an elite mare, having produced 13 progeny, a number of which have competed with success in both show jumping and dressage. She was the daughter of one of the best palomino stallions in the Czech republic "Marin Lipský". Myjava also produced two other stallions asides Mineral, his full brother "Mistral" and "My Boy" used for breeding in Germany (also known as "Oklan"). My Boy was a son of the Russian Trakehner stallion "Obvod" "Myjava's" daughter the buckskin mare Mija by "Amon" competed up to Grand Prix in show jumping.
The bloodlines of "Marin Lipský" appears in many pedigrees of successful sport horses sporting the golden robes of palomino and buckskin horses throughout the world. Marin Lipský was the result of the line breeding of yet another famous racing palomino "Cesar" who was a successful racehorse in 1856 and who's lines trace back to what is believed to be the founder of the ancient Bohemian Golden riding Horses developed by Count Octavian Kinsky, founder of the Equus Kinsky stud book.
The maternal damline introduces yet more of the famous Kinsky bloodlines, this time through the grand dam "Alena" by the famous palomino show jumper "Almhirt Týnský" by Almhirt. Almhirt Týnský, competed in Germany under the name "Controversy" and was successful at M level (1.40 m) He was one of the most popular sires in recent Kinsky breeding. Standing 1.69m in height, Almhirt Týnský was renown for passing on his willingness to work and kind temperament.
"A clear refiner of the best design, Brioni represents a successful symbiosis of Trakehner and Arabs. He knew how to please with his gait, uphill tendency, charm and charisma"
Brioni was licensed in Alsfeld in 2003 by the Breeding Association for Shagya Arabs, Anglo-Arabs and Arabs eV ( ZSAA ) and shortly thereafter recognized by the Trakehner Association.
As a premium stallion and reserve winner , he received
9 marks for type and trot.
The licensing protocol says: “ An expressive Partbred stallion who embodies an Arabized Trakehner type and appears masculine despite his young age. Well, medium-framed, harmonious with a suitable belt depth, curved topline and delicate, correct foundation. "Step:" comes to pace in rhythm "; Trot: “In a trot, full of energy and energetic thrust from the active hindquarters in beautiful balance; Gallop: rhythmic, balanced canter from which a safely appraising and capable jumping ensues. "
Brioni was recognized by the Trakehner Association on April 18, 2004 in Kerken.
In his assessment it says: “ The strong
type and very impressive in his habitus Brioni embodies the successful
symbiosis of a large-framed Trakehner dressage stallion with a noble
thoroughbred Arabian mare. He is closed and shapely in physique and stands
on a solid foundation. With a good step he moves at a trot with beautiful
The Trakehner booklets wrote (TH, 5/2004, p. 8) : “Brioni
v. Prince of Peace from the purely Russian-bred Bagheerah ox presented
himself as a refiner of the highest quality. He is one of the first
stallions of the last few years, which comes from the mating of one with a
thoroughbred Arabian mare "
The Trakehner booklets wrote (TH, 5/2004, p. 45)
“ Brioni… was one of the eye-catchers at the licensing. The three-year-old bay, bred from Russian lines on his mother's side, not only made hearts melt with his type and charm, but also convinced the commission with his harmonious, correct conformation and his particularly lively trot, developed from active hindquarters, which was rewarded with a 9 ."
Trakehner International wrote:
“ This bay stallion displayed excellent Trakehner
type and was one of the more gifted colts in the free jumping performance,
proving again that this sire, the late EH Friedensfuerst carried excellent
jumper blood that he was able to pass on despite his son success as a dressage
horse. Brioni is currently the only Trakehner stallion in the Stallion
Book I with a pure Arabian dam, which makes him an interesting addition to the
gene pool. ”
Friedensfürst: by Rondo out
of Frieda by Gelria, Trakehner.
First approved for the Hannovarian breed, this very tall chestnut stallion passed an excellent performance test before he was also approved for the Trakehner breed.
He completed an excellent stallion licensing with 126.99 points (132.18 points for rideability).
Already winning at 4th level dressage, Friedensfürst was then given to Vorwerk stud, home of Rubinstein, where Nicole Uphoff took over his training and very quickly showed him at PSG level and beyond.
They won the reserve title at the Nürnberg Burgpokal and after Nicole had left Vorwerk, American rider Lisa Wilcox too Friedensfürst to Grand Prix.
Recognized as one of the most talented German dressage horses in recent times, Friedensfürst stood at the very beginning of a big international career when a fatal heart disease caused the death of this shining star. A big loss for the dressage world and the Trakehner breed, as he was also becoming a popular sire.