All Star has a powerful pedigree of great sires: Argentinus, Almé, Ramiro and Winnetou. Breeder's are offered a genetic rarity with this European Champion stallion. All Star was actively competing under Denis Lynch since 2010 before he retired from sport in 2018 to focus full-time on breeding. In 2018, All Star had many placing in CSI2* and CSIO5* classes including a Class 12 win at Valkenswaard 1.45m. 2017 was a busy year for the duo with over 15 CSIO5*/CSI5* jumping events and good results.
In 2010, Irishman Denis Lynch led the Hanoverian Vice-champion to his first successes in the International Youngster Tour at age five, followed by victories in the best events in Cannes / FRA, Goteborg / SWE, Barcelona / ESP and Valkenswaard / NED. All Star has participated in four World Cup finals and made his championship debut at the 2014 World Cup in Caen / FRA with a place in the top ten in the individual ranking. In 2015 he reached the individual final at the Aachen European Championships, and in 2017, after winning Team Gold at the European Championships in Gothenburg / SWE, he obtained tenth place in the individual ranking.
His father Argentinus has produced high quality sport horses which catapulted him to the top of the best jumping stallions in the world in the early 2000s. His offspring include; Anka / Marcus Ehning: World Cup champion; Air Jordan Z / Daniel Deußer: silver medal for the World Cup; Asti Spumante / Thomas Mühlbauer: European team champion; Arko III / Nick Skelton / GBR: tenth in the Olympics; Adlantus as FRH / Lars Nieberg: fourth team in the World Cup; Banda de Hus / Kevin Staut / FRA and Gregory Wathelet / BEL, as well as, Azarro / Holger Wulschner. Argentinus' offspring are also highly positioned in dressage, such as the gold medalist of the European Championship Albano / Heike Kemmer, the two-time German National Champion Amaretto / Isabell Werth and August der Starke OLD / Victoria Max-Theurer / AUT.
Dam St. Pr. St. April Love ZH placed in young horse competitions and has also produced the advanced stallions Pilaro (by Pilot) who placed at the advanced level, All star H (by Argentinus), ridden by Oliver Ross, who was victorious at the advanced level and the Contessina mare (by Contender), she herself produced the approved stallion Quel Homme.
The granddam is none other than Rinnetou Z / Piet Raymarkers / NED, an internationally successful mare. She also produced the approved stallion Chardonnay Z (from Caretano). Her stepsister Zalza (from Zeus) / Nick Skelton / GBR and half-brother Cornelis Z (from Cor de la Bryère) had international success, while half-brother Rival Z (from Ramiro) was an approved stallion.
The maternal line dates back to the fantastic Fairness Z mare, with which Hartwig Steenken made her international debut. Amaretto I-IV, Acolito, Oak Grove's AH, Dirty Sanchez, Fairness, Lalique del Chirone, Don Darco de Bornival Z, Apricot / Hugo Simon / AUT and Absalom Z / Michael Whitaker / GBR also come from this line.
- $1050 per dose w/ 1 or 2 dose contract
- 16.3-1/2 hands
- Approved For
- Hanoverian, Holsteiner, Wesphalian, Rhinelander, Mecklenburg, OS International and all southern Germany breeding associations
- New, Jumper
- WFFS Status: tested negative (N/N)
All Star : PEDIGREE
|April Love ZH||Alme Z||Ibrahim|
|Rinnetou Z||Ramiro Z|