Blue Hors Farrell
Farrel stamps his offspring wiht great expression, a correct conformation in a modern type, spacious gaits with suppleness and rhythm, and in particular excellent temperment and great rideability. He unites conformation and function.
For Real by Farrell/Lord Loxley I won the initial squad superbly and repeated the success in the final with a total score of 9.2, including 9 for trot and canter, 8.5 for walk, 10 for rideability and 9.5 for exterior.
Nanna Skodborg Merrald and Blue Hors Farrell won the Prix St Georges at the 2021 CDI Hagen.
Farrell was premium stallion at the 2013 Hanoverian Licensing and was subsequently approved as a premium stallion for Danish Warmblood the following year. An injury delayed his 35-days test until he was age four. He did extremely well in his 35-day performance test with 856.5 points and was awarded a 9 for trot and 9.5 for rideability. As a 6-year-old, Farrell achieved a stellar 90.4 in qualifying for the DRF's dressage championship with Allen Gron in the saddle. Since then, Nanna Skodborg Merrald has taken over the reins and she is very happty to have Farrell on her team. "He is really good in the head, very straightforward and extremely sweet and gentle. He is a very quick learner and does not stress over new exercises."
The quality of his first crop of foals was sensational--all being leggy and noble foals with excellent type, great self-carriage and superb gaits. They show their father's qualities as a producer of riding horses. The best colt at the Blue Hors Foal Championship was Zippo Eg by Blue Hors Farrell - Blue Hors Zack, breeder Stutteri Eg, Randbøl. The elite foal auctions in Vechta witnessed the sale of a colt for 45,000 euros. In 2018 his daughter Grevens Fakina was awarded a gold medal for breeding and named "Mare of the Year' in Dansih Warmblood. three more Farrell daughters were also awarded medals. It is clear that Farrell puts a positive mark on his offspring and is suitable for a variety mares. At the 2018 Blue Hors Dressage Championship, 6 of the 8 finalists were by Farrell, with Farrell offspring taking both 1st and 2nd place. Farrell's offspring inherit his type, movement and rideability.
Fürstenball, his sire, has had a tremendous career and dominantly passes on his type and excellent rideability to his offspring. As the king of dressage horse breeding, Donnerhall, can be found three times in Farrell's pedigree, Farrell is considered a good match for mares of other lines, such as those of Dutch descent. The dam sire Dacaprio guarantees attractive dressage sporthorses with a good rideability and has produced many successful offspring. His son FBW Dejavu was, with his rider Nadine Plaster, Bundeschampion in 2004, won the bronze medal at the World Championships for young dressage horses in 2005 and became 4th in 2006. In 2018, Fuerstenball was named Danish Warmblood Stallion of the Year.
Wolkenstein II is one of the best Weltmeyer sons of all time and produced more than 40 licensed stallions and more than 70 state premium mares, while he himself was Bundeschampion in 1993. Farrell's dam line also produced the licensed stallions Wandervogel, Derano and Blue Hors Future Cup. Many champions orginate from this dam line, with Scara Boa becoming the World Champion of the 5-year-old dressage horses in 2013 and Tric Trac and Winyamaro as champion international dressage horses.
- 16.2-1/2 hands
- Approved For
- Danish Warmblood, Hannoverian, Oldenburg, Swedish Warmblood
- WFFS Status: tested non-carrier (N/N)
Blue Hors Farrell : PEDIGREE
|Fuerstenball||Furst Heinrich||Florestan I|
|Desert Rose||Dacaprio||Davignon I|