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2010 – 16.2hh Chestnut Trakehner Stallion
Freddy was purchased from Chris Green at Dulwich stud as a yearling colt. We recognized the very special pedigree this boy represents and knew he gave us the opportunity we had been looking for in a competition stallion. After an inspection visit with Will Enzinger we knew this colt had the confirmation and movement to back up his amazing pedigree. He came down from NSW to us and has spent many years growing and developing into the handsome stallion he now is.
Freddy has been slowly and carefully started under the watchful eye of Will Enzinger and has commenced his competition career. Freddy, so far, has been everything we had all hoped for, taking everything in his stride. Will speaks often of his bravery over fences and his fabulous jumping talent and the ease he shows in the dressage ring. Already his dressage tests all show great comments about his paces and rhythm. He is moving up through the grades with wins along the way and we all look forward to his future.
Freddy is sired by APH Ferrari out of Masuren Feueruben who is by World Cup show jumper, Koenigsburg. Freddy’s pedigree boasts many important Trakehner ancestors imported into Australia including Polarschnee, Copernicus, Zwion. He also carries on important German lines that are still in Germany, producing great jumping and eventing horses. Freddy’s pedigree also has the very important “F line” mares that were imported into Australia from Germany. The “F” line is where he is closely related to Will Enzinger’s four star eventer Feurikus. Interestingly, Koenigsburg was a World Cup show jumper who was imported from Germany, but his sire is a horse called Flugsand who is famous as the great grandsire of the world famous Gribaldi. In Ferrari’s pedigree we lead back to Polarschnee who was sire to the Olympic eventer “Jagermeister” for New Zealand. German pedigree expert Maren Engelhardt notes: “Humor produced advanced level show jumpers in the former East German Trakehner breed, and was also a valued brood mare sire. Ralf, probably one of the most important sires in the Trakehner breed after WWI – East and West. He lived a pretty long life and was a sturdy chestnut with incredible power in his hind end, a true jumper type, and able to pass that on, sometimes over generations.”