A Child of Famous Parents
Home-bred and home-reared, the extremely likeable Thiago is characterised by great athleticism. The attractive dark chestnut shines with three top paces and always knows how to present himself in an elastic and balanced way. Licensed in 2016 through the South German Sattelkörung and highlighted as a premium stallion, he passed the 14 day test in Adelheidsdorf and the HLP Sport Test parts I and II in Münster-Handorf, all with top marks. In 2018 Thiago won dressage classes from the start, qualified for the Bundeschampionat for five year old dressage horses and came second in the qualifier for the final in Warendorf.
A great aptitude for dressage is in Thiago’s blood as he is a child of famous parents: Father, Totilas, has revolutionised dressage in recent years. He was double European Champion in Windsor in 2009 and won three gold medals at the World Championships in Lexington in 2010 and set many world records. Mother, Wahajama, also has a special position: under Ann-Kathrin Linsenhoff she was one of the most successful dressage horses of her generation and won prize money of more than 100.000 Euros. Prior to this she was vice National Three Year old Champion and National Champion of Four and Five Year old dressage horses at the Bundeschampionat. Damsire Warkant (Hannoverian Stallion of the Year 2002) has produced exceptional dressage horses, who have earned over one million Euros in the sport – numerous progeny were successful internationally at Grand Prix level, such as World Congress and the Olympian Wansuela Suerte/Hubertus Schmidt.
The noble maker of riding horses. Acapulco, the DLG Champion Stallion Dirk and the Trakehner Kapitän round off the bloodlines on the damside. Thiago represents the narrowly flowering Hannoverian line 230/Novamo (by Noval-Morgenrot I-Piccolo-Jessick-Alarich-Hunne), which also produced the licensed stallions Corasso B (PB Bay.), Glanzpunkt (USA) and Steppenwind (Ldb. Schwaiganger), and also the successful dressage horse Ally McBeal 9/Marion Löw. WFFS: negativ
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