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Enormous scope, vision and attentiveness, an outstandingly excellent bascule, a spotless leg-technique and fast reflexes – with these attributes this stately, expressive and masculine Premium Stallion knew to inspire the licensing committee as well as the audience,which celebrated his quality at the jump with enthusiastic applause. His genetically determined jumping talent gets completed by a perfect character and a strikingly good action of movements in all three basic gaits, whereby his ground-covering canter with his powerful push-off is a particular highlight.

Schenkenberg completed his 30-day test in Münster-Handorf in 2014. There he received only top scores for free-jumping and basic gaits with emphasis on jumping. In 2016 Schenkenberg celebrated a highly successfull season in sport. Many times he won in tests for young show jumpers up to medium (M) level and qualified for the Bundeschampionat for young show jumpers as well as for the final of the Hanoverian championships.

Schenkenberg's son, Sixpack, became overall reserve winner of his 14-day test in Adelheidsdorf in 2019.  He received a 10.0 for free jumping and his final jumping score was 9.40.

Each generation of his pedigree is filled with successful top sires: His sire, Celle state stud sire Stolzenberg, is known for his good character and the very best performance characteristics. In 2002, he dominated the group of jumping competitors in his stallion performance test with 142 points, was himself serial winner in medium (M) level tests for young show jumpers and collected many ribbons in the advanced (S**) class. Furthermore, he inspires with about 60 advanced (S) level successful offspring, including the internationally successful Grand Prix winner BSC Skipper/H. Wulschner. Due to his outstanding qualities as sire, Stolzenberg was granted the Grande Award in 2011 and operates as number one as son and heir of his father, star sire Stakkato. He was striking stallion performance test winner, became the 1998′ Bundeschampion of five-year old show jumpers and collected countless victories in international competitions. The Stallion of the Year 2007 produced 70 licensed sons and 185 offspring, which compete currently in advanced (S) level show-jumping.

Also dam's sire Montendro has international successes in sport on his account: Under Henrik von Eckermann and Marco Kutscher he collected international victories and placings up to advanced (S**) class, before he was sold to China where he competes in the World Cup now. One of these really significant sires on the international parquet is undoubtedly Montender, who became, under Marco Kutscher, European Champion twice and took the team gold medal as well as the individual bronze medal at the Olympic Games in Athens.

In the descending line Lord Liberty (by Lord) can be found. Despite of his short life of only six years he performed great: Among his most famous offspring are Leena (M. Beerbaum), Le Patron (R. Tebbel) and Liberty Life (G. Böckmann). This performance pedigree is rounded by Ramino by Ramiro, who was victorious and placed with the best in Nations Cups and Grand Prixs and his offspring enrich both the breeding and show-jumping scene.

Stallion Details

16.3 hands
Approved For
Hanoverian, Oldenburg, OS-International, Rheinlander, Poland, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Bavarian, Brandenburg, Sachsen-Thueringen
WFFS Status: tested non-carrier (N/N)

Schenkenberg : PEDIGREE

Stolzenberg Stakkato Spartan
St.Pr.St. Sancerre Sandro
Madame Montendro Montender
St.Pr.St Star Girl Lord Liberty