Fighting Alpha

Fighting Alpha, radiant winner of the 1994 stallion performance test in Redefin and reserve winner of the Koerung in Moritzburg, is descended from jumping aristocracy, and features the best bloodlines of Oldenburg, Bavaria and Austria. His sire, Landjonker, proved his sporty qualities with numerous victories in jumping the class "S." His dam Aralda is by Farn, sire the first-class Dutch stallion Nimmerdor. Second dam Miralda is one of the most decorated mares in Holland, securing the best performance genes for Fighting Alphas future daughters and sons. The female family also contributed the inimitable bloom and also the elasticity and above average basic gaits. Fighting Alpha is a flexible stallion with great movement potential and an outstanding jumping ability, which he proved at the Koerung and at his stallion performance test, with an impressive jumping index of 127.18 points. He scored high on rideability and was second in dressage with 131.12 points. Fighting Alpha has proven the quality of his pedigree with multiple successes in international jumping in class "S." 

Landjonker Landadel Landgraf I
Griselda Tin Rocco
Aralda Farn Fax I
Miralda Amor

1991 bay 16.2-hand Dutch

Approved for: Oldenburg-International 

Stallion Performance Test, 1994 Vechta, 30-day

Overall score 134.13

Dressage score 131.12

Jumping score 127.18


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