Stud Fee 1,500.00 USD
- Breed: Oldenburg
- Discipline: Dressage, English Pleasure, Eventing, Hunter Jumper, Hunter Under Saddle, Jumping
- Registry: American Hanoverian Society, Hanoverian Verband, International Sporthorse Registry, Oldenburg Horse Breeders Society, Oldenburg Registry of N.A., Oldenburg Verband, Rheinland Pfalz-Saar, Rheinlander Verband
- Export qualified: yes
- Qualified for: Australia, New Zealand
- Available in: United States
- Owner: Hilltop Farm, Inc.
- Last Updated: Mon Jan 27, 2020
Qredit’s sire, Quaterback, was winner of the Bundeschampionat, his 30-Day Test, and has competed to the FEI levels. Qredit is from Quaterback’s second foal crop and we’re seeing a number of the offspring excelling in sport. In 2019, Quaterback was ranked 5th on the WBFSH Dressage Rankings due to his offspring’s success.
Qredit’s dam comes from an exceptional mare that has produced multiple licensed stallions and Dream Rubina herself has also produced the upcoming FEI horse Felis Apollo. Dream Rubina is by the Grand Prix stallion Dream of Glory, who descends from the legendary Donnerhall-Pik Bube combination. Dream of Glory sired licensed stallions, Bundeschampionat winners, high-priced auction offspring, and many Advanced Level dressage competitors.
Qredit has been Grand Champion of Dressage at Devon, Champion of his 70-Day Stallion Test (earning ten scores of 9 or higher), Reserve Champion at the USEF Young Horse National Championships, and twice has been a USDF Horse of the Year winner. Qredit won the US Dressage Finals at Intermediate II and in 2019 he was Reserve Champion for the Grand Prix. With his selection for the USEF Development Program and his confident move into the CDI competitions, our hopes are very high for the coming years.
Qredit’s offspring have won at Dressage at Devon, the USDF Breeders Series Championships, and are progressing well up the levels. In 2019, Quinzy HTF debuted at Prix St. Georges at only 7 years old and placed 9th at the USDF Finals at Fourth Level as well as earning her Competition Mare title from the AHS. Like their sire, Qredit’s offspring show the movement and trainability needed for dressage competitors.
Qredit’s pedigree is packed with Grand Prix dressage horses, yet includes enough jumping blood to offer versatility in breeding choices and his offspring are also seeing success in the Hunter Breeding and Hunter rings. He has been twice the Reserve Champion for the USEF Hunter Breeding Sire of the Year, thanks especially to his daughters Qismet and Quite A Star. Qredit is crossing well on a variety of bloodlines, although we recommend him for a mare with good refinement. He is a fantastic choice for adding suppleness and a clockwork rhythm, good bone, and often adds length of neck.
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