KWPN bright bay gelding by Ferdeaux (Bordeaux xFerro)
He moves with excellent balance, self carriage and a lightness
in his step. Particular noteworthy is the quality of his
canter. He changes leads easily and has a very good walk.
The trot is easy, rhythmical and light.
Like his dam he has a gentle disposition, is bold, brave
and confident interacting with people.
Objectiv's pedigree combines the bloodlines of many Olympic
& Grand Prix dressage sires of International success
but noteworthy are the Elite and Prestatie mares and the
performance mare line that has produced a significant number
of upper level sport horses successful in both dressage
and jumping past and present.
His maternal damline combines the blood of three Olympic
dressage stallions Watermill Scandic, Solos Carex and Admiral,
three Keur Preferent Prestatie mares, Lactarinn, Victarin
and Itharin and the Elite Sport-(dr) Pref Prest mare Noraline.
Winner of the KWPN stallion selections Pavo finalist and
participant in the Dressage world championships Ferdeaux
demonstrates a talent for piaffe and collection with excellent
self carriage harmony and balance. Under Brouwer the bay
stallion finished 10th at the 2015 World Young Horse Championships
and second at the 2015 Pavo Cup Finals. He missed out on
the 2016 World Championships, but returned in 2017 as a
7-year old and finished 11th in the Finals.
A stallion whose pedigree unites the blood of the greatest
dressage sires of the 21st century Krack C Gribaldi TCN
Partout and Donnerhall all of whom have risen to stardome
in the Grand Prix dressage arena. Not only is he himself
a winner at the highest level in dressage but so too are
that of his progeny. Bordeaux is also a descendant of the
Westphalian foundation lineage of Dodona, which produced
the Olympic champions Ahlerich and Rembrandt, as well as
the foundation stallion Rubinstein I and Olympic silver
The Trakehner Gribaldi, sire of former World Champion and
world record holder Totilas, sire of Olympic son Painted
Black and Hofra. His sire Kostolany was champion of his
Trakehner licensing, and in 2009 was Trakehner Stallion
of the Year. He was also the sire of Silvermoon, father
of Blue Hors Matine, the individual silver medallist at
the Kentucky World Equestrian Games.
Olympic Ferro, the Dutch sensation, won team silver at
the 1998 World Equestrian Games, 1999 European Championships
and 2000 Olympic Games under Copy van Baalen of the Netherlands.
This pair's greatest achievement came when they placed second
in the World Cup Finals in 's Hertogenbosch scoring over
80% for their freestyle.
As a three-year-old, he was champion of his performance
test at Ermelo, where he achieved the outstanding results
Found both in sire line and damline Krack C competed very
successfully with Anky Van Grunsven, regularly scoring over
70% at Grand Prix. He has earned a reputation for passing
on his long lines and modernising the correctness of use
of the front leg with beautiful extension and flexion.
The highly successfully KWPN registered, AES Approved,
dressage stallion with many wins at the most prestigious
of high profile dressage shows, premiere leagues, regional
and National Championships competing against the UK's most
experienced dressage riders up to Prix St Gorges/Int I who's
progeny are now winning in the competition arena across
His pedigree is steeped in history including the greatest
foundation lines of the Trakehner coupled with the thoroughbred
and the famous Golden Kinsky horses tracing back to the
the greatest Trakehner foundation sires Pythagaros through
Guido, Dampfross (Dingo x Passavan) and Tempelhüter.
KWPN Approved Grand Prix dressage stallion who competed
at the London 2012 Olympic Games in dressage and winner
of the bronze medal in the Freestyle at the European Championships
2011 in Rotterdam with Patrik Kittel. In 2013 he finished
7th in the World Cup final. Both his father Solos Carex
and his grandfather Admiral excelled at the highest level
in dressage. Great grandmother Eljenohve is also mother
of Billy Twomey's formal top Grand Prix horse Luidam.
At the age of nine participated in the World Equestrian
Games in Jerez, Spain. He competed successfully at International
Grand Prix. WEG Aachen 2006, World Cup Final Las Vegas 2007,
Team Bronze in the European Championships in Turin, Italy
2007 – and finished 12th in the Olympic Games in Hong
Kong 2008 with Tinne Vilhelmson-Silfven.
Placed 11th individually at the European Championships
in Luxembourg. and competed at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta
He went on to the Sydney Olympic Games with Peter Markne.
He also competed in the Gothenburg International Horse Show
2001 and finished 4th and 5th.
Part Two earned herself the Prestatie predicate as dam
of the successful dressage horses U-Two, Double Trouble,
Winnie Two, and Anne Two.The advanced dressage and Elite
mare Erle Van De Helle, the International show jumping mare
Valine, the Ster Preferent Prestatie mare Ruby and the Keur
Preferent Prestatie mare Gicara II who produced five Grand
Prix offspring including Krack C combined with the proven
performance genetics of the male have come together to produce
this beautiful bay dressage colt foal.