High Five U.S.
Reserve champion performance test spring 2015
Our KWPN approved stallion High Five U.S. is leased to Hans and Corneli Goedhart in Middelburg at their Stable Groot Prooyen Stallion Farm. "We have many years of experience in breeding with our Arabo-Friesian stallions. Now with High Five U.S. and Kenzo U.S. as our first KWPN stallions, we can also provide Warmblood breeding," says Hans Goedhart.
High Five U.S. clearly passes on his qualities to his offspring. We saw that last year at the national Studbook inspections and National Foal inspection. National foal champion was Oristo, bred by Appie Dijkstra from Opende. Oristo's dam's sire is also a descendant of our stallion Vivaldi. Jury chairman Marian Dorresteijn about Oristo; "A well developed stallion foal that runs nicely upwards and showed a lot of impression in trot and canter".
The complete mare Lush (mv. Ampère) by A. van Tilborg had the highest score with 85/85 points at the studbook inspection in Houten. Our mare Little Diva mv. Gribaldi was one of the top mares in Velddriel with a score of 80/85 points.
High Five U.S. offspring did very well in the first viewing in Ermelo. Of the five sons presented, four were invited to the second viewing in Den Bosch with their uphill builds. An amazing presentation! His son Lamborghini (x Olivi), was approved for the Mecklenburg studbook and selected for the KWPN performance test. In Gelder horses, Leopold S (x Kos) was also approved for the KWPN performance test.
High Five U.S. offspring continue to impress. Marricone UTV (x Bordeaux) won the Gelderland championship, bred by Anita Taal- Vlas, Hengelo. The second High Five US placed third, Madelief T (x Krack C), a mare bred by Henk Tuss. High Five US foals continue to be purchased at good prices during foal auctions. For example, Magnum (x Gribaldi), bred by Fam, van Mook, was purchased for € 14.000.- at the EDS Summer Edition auction and moved to Brazil.
The first foals immediately were noticed by buyers and breeders alike due to their stance and powerful movement. At the the EDS summer edition, the fantastic mover Lamborghini (x Olivi) bred by Chr. De Feijter- Seydlitz sold for € 16.000.-, and the powerhouse Lady Killer (x Ronaldo) bred by Fam. Van Mook sold for € 15.000.-.
- Horse type
- Year of birth
- 171 cm
- Fixed fee stud fee
- € 250,-
- Stud fee pregnant
- € 750,-
- Stud fee total
- € 1000,-
- Sperm available
- Additional information
Houding en balans: 8.0
Rijdbaarheid en instelling: 8.0
Aanleg als dressuurpaard: 8.0
Size and strength comes at High Five U.S. through the line of Endy and his fantastic mother Vurona