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Jagger is out of the first crop of foals of the stallion Jameson RS2, who came eighth at the World Championships for young dressage horses as a five-year-old and who was again successful in the seven-year-old class in 2021 with Marieke van der Putten/NED. Jameson RS2 won his stallion performance test in the Netherlands, as well as the Pavo-Cup and twice the stallion final in s’Hertogenbosch/NED (10 for canter). In addition to Jagger, he has produced another stallion who is licensed in Westphalia.

His dam Verb.Pr.St. Silberniece is the half sister of our stallion and double German Championship bronze medallist Total McLaren (by Totilas), of a licensed stallion by Jovian and of Supreme (by Sezuan), who was licensed in the USA. Her half brother Damon de Luxe OLD (by Damon Hill) is successful in advanced (S) level dressage competitions.

His dam’s sire, the elite stallion Franklin, began his career as KWPN Champion Stallion, winner of his stallion performance test in the Netherlands and finalist at the World Championships for young dressage horses. Since then, he has been successful in international Small Tour competitions. Many of his sons have been licensed, including the Reserve Champions Franklin’s Love PS and Kadans, our Oldenburg Regional Championship bronze medallist Fair Deal, the winner of the Ravn’s Trophy, Slangerupgaard’s Flottenheimer, and the stallions Straight Horse Finest Hour and Franzé, who were licensed in Denmark. He has produced numerous offspring who are successful in sport, amongst whom Fendi/Sönke Rothenberger/GER, Louisdor Prize winner, Francis Drake OLD/Leonie Richter/GER, placed eighth at the World Championships for young dressage horses, Elektra di Fonte Abeti/Frederico Migue Mexia de Almeida/POR, Hanoverian Vice Champion, Franklin Hit/Michael Eilberg/GBR, British Vice Champion and Mambeau B/Antonio Verdejo Pérez/ESP, bronze medallist at the Championships for young dressage horses in Spain, particularly stand out.

His grand-dam St.Pr./El.St. Deja was victorious in tests for young dressage horses before she started breeding.

His dam’s sire De Niro, successful at Grand Prix level at the age of eight and winner of the Dressage Derby in Hamburg with riding master Dolf-Dietram Keller, led the WBFSH ranking list of the best dressage sires worldwide for six years. There are no championships in which his offspring do not fight for medals. Over 250 advanced (S) level horses are registered in Germany alone and have won over 3.34 million euros in prize money for their father. With over 100 licensed sons, the 2008 Hanoverian Stallion of the Year has a lasting influence on breeding.

His great-grand-dam St.Pr./El.St. Silberaster OLD, was Oldenburg Champion Mare and two-time German and Regional Riding Horse Champion. In 2008, she also won the bronze medal at the World Championships for young dressage horses (5y.o.) with Helen Langehanenberg/GER. She also produced the Grand Prix winner Fürst Oldenburg (by Fidertanz)/Holga Finken and the advanced (S) level dressage horses Q Silberaster’s Quaterback (by Quaterback)/Florine Kienbaum/GER and Silber Belluna (by Belissimo M). Silberaster OLD is the full sister of Serpico, who is internationally successful up to Inter I and half sister of the licensed stallion Reiter-Traum (by Rubinstein).

The licensed stallions High Society, Welthall, Wait and See, Wittenberg, Gallipoli, Avanti, Furinos Son, Wontorra, Sandro’s Son and Walzer as well as numerous internationally successful sport horses, such as Wells Fargo, who was successful in Grand Prix, descend from the Hanoverian line of Festungszeit.

His dam is the half sister of the double German Championship bronze medallist Total McLaren

Stallion Details

Approved For
New, Dressage
WFFS Status: tested negative (N/N)


Jameson RS2 Zack Rousseau
Atilinda M Negro
Tilinda M
Silbernience Ampere Franklin
Warkle M
Deja Vu De Niro