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COLOR: Black/ white pinto
HEIGHT: 169 cm
Donated by the Söderhof Stud Germany,
Frank & Maria Lehnhardt
Agent: Jens@ Global Equine Sires
Phone: (877) 588-6848 or (925) 330-0721
ABOUT THIS HORSE:
Color: black/white Pinto
Approved for Trakehner Verband, Trakehner Poland and TANA
Grenoble appearances at the licensing of the Trakehner Stallion Market 2019 made the striking and highly attractive black pinto a celebrated public favorite. In this regard, the official description of the breeding management is also accurate: “It’s not just the color scheme that gives this sporty Trakehner piebald a special rating. His unmistakable coat ties in with East Prussian traditions and meets modern performance requirements. It combines an unshakable interior with a clever overview with a harmonious exterior with a good topline.
Special talents document free jumping based on a good canter in an equally promising manner in style and ability.
Even as a foal, Grenoble was popular due to his radiant coloring – which is why he also propagated the renaissance of a hippological culture. Grenoble is one of the few last bearers of the paternal line of the elite stallion Friedensfürst, who triumphed on the Grand Prix stage under Lisa Wilcox, in the branch of the multiple hunter champion Patmos (USA). For this reason, too, he is called to secure the endangered paternal line of the legendary temple guardian in the branch of Poseidon and to fill it with new life. Grenoble also carries the legacy of the great Prince of Peace through his maternal grandfather Brioni, who with his Tersk mother Bagheerah ox also refers to one of the highest quality thoroughbred Arabian mares in German warmblood breeding. Grenoble’s maternal family, steeped in tradition, has its roots in Gawaiten (since 1938: Herzogsrode), district of Goldap, in the former high-breeding area of the East Prussian warmblood horse Trakehner descent and then learned about it in the Friedrich Wilhelm Stud Neustadt a. d. Dosse and in the Ganschow stud its most significant distribution and ramification. The Grenzmark family was one of the strong pillars of the Trakehner breed in the former GDR and maintains such a position in the current present. His granddam Grandessa III is a full sister of the licensed Grande Couleur, who also carries the check color, and leads the seldom represented genes of Polish Trakehner performance lines, which are rooted in the main stud Racot, through her father Indian Boy. The closest relatives include the elite mare Grande Dame, the annual winner mare and auction top Gänseblümchen, the successful CIC *** Glücksruf I as well as his full brother, the Trakehner dressage horse champion and Glücksruf II, which has now successfully arrived on the advanced level dressage stage.