Pedigree profile of Rivendell Quintessence (Sold)
D.O.B 05/12/2014 – Quintender (Imp Hann) x Calido I (Holst) x Landjunker III (Holst)
Quintessence is by Quintender, a top competition horse, two times Bundeschampionat finalist and 1.50 m jumping class winner.
In 2003, six of his sons were approved, including Quick Nick, a successful 1.50 m show jumper which sold at auction for the record price of EUR 400,000. Maternal grandsire Contender’s progeny have collective lifetime earnings total of more than EUR 5.8 million and include exceptional horses such as Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum’s Checkmate, making him one of the best breeding stallions in the world.
Quintender reached two times the final of the Bundeschampionat, won numerous tests for young show jumping horses with top scores thanks to his outstanding jumping-technique, established straightaway at 1.50 m classes and is internationally successful with Andreas Kreutzer. In 2011, this pair placed with the best in Hanover, Munich, Gera and other sites.
Quintender convinces with an enormous willingness to perform, thoroughbred-typed power and dream technique. His first offspring achieved already high placings up to 1.30 m classes for youngsters. Quick Shot was licensed in Hanover in 2012.
In 2008, Quintender presented the Federal Winner Foal at the German Foal Championship as well as the most expensive foal at an auction that sold for 120,000 Euro in 2008. Sire Quinar has produced 19 licensed sons to date and numerous successful athletics in 1.50 m classes who chalked up about 320,000 Euro according to FN Breeding Yearbook.
Quinar’s son Quick Nolte, also successful at 1.50 m level, advanced in 2003 to price record at the Holsteiner auction sold for 400,000 Euro.
Eurocommerce Memphis placed with the best in the 2011′ Grand Prix of Munich, Redefin and Nörten-Hardenberg.
Quintender is descended from a very reliable performance horse bloodline. His granddam B-Estelle produced Peter Eriksson’s Olympic team silver medal winner Cardento. This Holstein bloodline has also produced the approved stallions Cardenio, Cyranos, Leandro, Quinto de B, Capitalist, Colorit, Randi/John Whitaker and Franke Sloothaak’s internationally successful show jumper Leonardo.
Quintender is a stallion with a proven competitive track record and excellent breeding qualities.
Quintessence will be branded Oldenburg, as his dam Celine Dion was bought by the stud in 2010, in foal to Clintord. As dam to the top Hannoverian stallion Salito, Celine is a very valuable component to the show-jumping component of the stud.
Sire Calido was the standout sire in the jumping at the 2004 Bundeschampionate, siring the winner of the 5 year old jumping championship, Coster, and the Reserve Champion, Clintwood, and Celine making it through the final. Calido carries the influential Holstein C line of Cor de la Bryere and Capitol. Calido has been a success at stud and has been awarded the highest FN breeding ranking. His oldest progeny are already internationally successful. Stallion sons of Calido include Calanthano, Caleri, Calido Ass, Calmo, Candyman, Cantino, Cerutti, Cervantes, Chalet, Chapot Charakter, Charisma, Conquest of Paradies, Cormint, Coster, Counter, Count Basie and Crelido.
In the Hanoverian Stallion book for 2007 Calido is recorded with progeny earnings of 721,361 euro, with 496 progeny competing in jumping and with 98 at advanced levels. He has an FN jumping index of 144 and a dressage ranking of 117. On the basic of the Hanoverian mare and auction tests, he has a dressage score of 119 and a jumping rank of 159.
Calido passes on his lovely type and jumping ability. His pedigree contains 3 times Cor de la Bryere, 3 times Cottage Son XX, 3 times Ramzes AA and 2 times Anblick XX.
St Pr St Celine Dion is also the dam of the Hannoverian stallion Salito, now standing in Spruce Meadows.
For the jumper breeder, this impressive stallion has tremendous potential, placing 1st in the jumping portion of the Hannoverian 300 Day Test in 2004 and finishing 8th overall.
Until 2008, this magnificent son of Stakkato stood at the Langestutt State Stud in Celle, Germany. He was approved in 2004. At Salito’s performance test at Adelheidsdorf in 2004 he was awarded first place in the jumping category out of 42 stallions in his year. Points given were 8 for character, 8 for willingness, 8 for conformation, 7 and 7.67 for rideability, 6 for trot, 7 and 6 for canter, 6 for walk, 9.17 for free jumping, 9.33 for jumping manner, 9 for jumping technique and 9 for cross country. Salito was the 2006 Hannoverian Jumping Champion in Dobrock and continued to impress with admirable results in both the 2006 and 2007 Bundeschampionat. This Hannoverian Jumping Champion of 2006 and winner of countless show jumping competitions in Germany stood at the Landgestut State Stud in Celle. German breeders were impressed by his offspring as winners of free jumping championships and mare performance tests.