2019 Oldenburg, black 1.71m
Lic. Oldenburg,Westphalia, Rhineland, S. Germany,Mecklenburg
Escamillo – Furst Romancier – Sarkozy – Rosario – Sandro Hit – Don Gregory – Rubinstein I
ANTIPATHIE, Hannover Stutenstamm 1191306, Schridde 157
“Incredibly balanced during his performance, with good freedom of the shoulders, remarkable mechanics and a hind leg that always works well under the body” was the judge’s conclusion regarding our stallion Expectation PS at his short test in Vechta in April 2022, which he completed with a score of 8.2 (trot 8.2, canter 8.6, walk 7.8, rideability 8.2, willingness to perform 8.2). Also at his 50-day test in Schlieckau the same year, this beautiful black stallion, who was named premium stallion at his licensing, performed fantastically with individual scores of up to 9.0 and an overall score of 8.13.
His sire Escamillo won the silver medal in 2021 and the bronze medal in 2022 at the World Championships for young dressage horses. He has already produced 30 licensed stallions including the Hanoverian Premium Stallion and 700,000-euro Stallion Market top price Energy, the Westphalian Reserve Champion Stallions Escaneno, Espléndido MT and Excalibur as well as our quality youngster Escamour. The German and Westphalian Champion Eivissa ridden by Jessica Lynn Thomas stands out amongst his first sport offspring. She received a 10 for both trot and canter and a 9.5 for rideability and conformation in Warendorf. Embolo, third in the “Westfalen-Wappen” class at the “Turnier der Sieger”, achieved the sensational knockdown price of 590,000 euros, the highest price ever achieved by a riding horse at a Westphalian auction.
His dam Simply Fine was bronze medallist as a three-year-old at the German Championships under her sport name Farosa PS with Anja Engelbart/GER. Simply Fine’s full brother Fashion Prinz OLD won the Oldenburg Regional Championships of four-year-old stallions in 2021, was placed fourth at the German Championships and was sold at the P.S.I auction. In 2022, ridden by Frederic Wandres, he won the qualification at the World Championships for five-year-old dressage horses and won the bronze medal in the final.