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The stallion for the future! With the same beautiful dark color of his damsire Donnerhall, Quantensprung is enthralling at first sight and impressive. This terrific young stallion has great dynamics and expansive movement in every gait.

His sire, Quando-Quando, won his stallion performance test in 1998. For many years he was among the top of the international Grand Prix dressage horses with his rider Kristy Oatly-Nist. Representing Australia, Quando Quando participated in the 2006 World Equestrian Games in Aachen, and at the 2008 Olympic Games in Hong Kong. He also produced many top dressage horses. Quando Quando's sire Quattro (Qredo de Paulstra - Furioso) won the Grand Prix of Bordeaux and was a successful international show jumper.

The maternal side of Quantensprung's pedigree is completed by the stallion of the century, Donnerhall, which leads back to the exceptional mare line of Friedrich-W. Maack which produced the National Champion Mare, Pik Bubes Girl in 1990. State stud stallions Don Crusador and Don Bosco stem from this dam line as well as several highly successful show jumpers like P.B. Lungau by Landklassiker, successful at S***** level and P.B. Ramiro's Son by Ramiro, successful at S*** level with his rider Sören von Rönne.

All three Quantensprung sons at the 2019 Hanoverian Stallion Licensing were approved and his offspring fetched the highest price at the 2019 Verden Auction in November 2019 at 55,000 euro.  In 2016 Quantensprung's first crop of foals, now stallions, created quite a stir at their licensing; seven stallions were licensed and three of them were awarded premium.

In 2015 Quantensprung qualified for the German National Young Horse Championships and became the best stallion and won Bronze at the World Championships of Young Horses in Verden. 

In 2014 he won and placed in riding and dressage horse tests and his daughter Que Sera sold for the high price of 38,000 euros at the Medingen auction.

Quantensprung finished his 30-day stallion performance test with 9.75 points for rideability and received the highest marks for the basic gaits and interior.  

Stallion Details

Dark Chestnut
16.3-1/2 hands
Approved For
Hanoverian, Rhinelander, Westphalian, Oldenburg, Danish Warmblood, and all Southern German breeding associations
In-Stock, Dressage
WFFS Status: tested carrier (N/WFFS)

Quantensprung : PEDIGREE

Quando-Quando Quattro B Qredo de Paulstra
Une Americane
St.Pr.St. Schickeria Akzent II
St.Pr.St. Schirokko
Donna Laura Donnerhall Donnerwetter
Hexentanz Laurie's Crusador xx
St.Pr.St. Juwel

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