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German Sporthorse

DSP Araldik (Archived)


A superb technique and bascule with unlimited jumping ability distinguish this top athlete. But it's his excellent character that makes DSP Araldik an exceptional horse.  He has a compelling willingness to perform and this combined with the best rideability gives his rider an ultimate experience on the showjumping course. 

This handsome, modern sporthorse that possesses the many desired qualities of a jumper.  He has a innate tendancy towards athleticism, a postive attitude, and a fine technique.  He contains the charisma along with a foward moving energy that infuences his free jumping talent. DSP Araldik's offspring inherit his movement and elasticity and excellent frames.  He has already produced champion horses that gain top auction prices and become champions.

At his stallion licensing in Brandenburg, DSP Araldik was awarded Premium stallion and later in 2012 proved himself again by becoming five year old Vice-Bundeschampion.  With his success in the sport he was awarded from the German Sport Horse breeding society.  In 2013 he won several tests for young jumpers with a score of 9.0 and he qualified for the National six-year-old Championships with a score of 9.2 points.

His sire Askari also is ribboned as Vice-Bundeschampion and is successful up to advanced level jumping and his offspring are proving themselves as well.  Aragon Z won the World Cup Grand Prix at Verona and Asca Z won the Nations Cup in Calgary.  

DSP Heraldik's Dam, Hera, is by the thoroughbred stallion Heraldik xx who is the sire of eight international CCI4* event horses.  These successfull progeny include Happy Times, Harry Belafonte, Butts Avedon, Butts Leon, and Butts Abraxxas.  Happy Times himself has completed the CCI4* level course nine times and out of those had five placings in the top ten including twice third and once a fourth. He has also won and was placed in the CCI3* World Cup level, as well as, went to the Olympics and World Equestrian games for Austrailia.  Butts Abraxxas finished second at Badminton and fourth at Burghley.  Under saddle of Indgrid Klimke he competed at six championships for Germany from 2007-2012 and won gold at the 2008/2012 Olympics.

Stallion Details

16.3-1/4 hands
Approved For
Brandenburg, Hanoverian, Oldenburg, OS-International, Wesphalian, southern German studbooks, Rheinlander, Hessen, Poland, Wurrtemburg, Bavarian, Mecklenburg, Sachsen-Thueringen
WFFS Status: tested non-carrier (N/N)


Askari Acord II Ahorn Z
Elypse I Lavall I
Hera Heraldik xx Caramel xx
Heraldika xx
Astrid Amethyst
Dorette (by Drilling)

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