Simba from Swarovski x Lanciano


Sandro Song
Sandro Hit
El.St. Loretta
Don Gregory
St.Pr.St. Herzdame
Pretty Darling
Lucie S
Lady M













Born: 15.03.2008
Colour: Blackbrown
Breeding Area: Westphalian
Breeder: Silke Kuhlenkamp, Hövelhof
sold in GERMANY

Simba, a black-brown colt which knows how to impress by type and movement mechanics. He booked the excellent 2nd place on the foal’s show in Verl (https://’s motherstock can show the international horses Cimbel, Calvin 21, Rico 100 and the Licensing  stallions Midas and Last Man Standing.
2011: Simba is ridden towards and is convincing by his absolute good ridedibility and loose calmness. He has reached the guard measure from 1.70 m.

was the 1st Reserve Champion of the 2006 Oldenburg licensing, this elegant, high gloss black stallion was one of those stallions to kill for in Germany. He presented himself with extraordinary elasticity, always in perfect balance. The potential of his gaits and rideability can only be defined as the ultimate. After a very good 30-day test in Neustadt/Dosse in 2007, Swarovski took his 70-day test at the same venue in 2008, finishing third in a very strong field of competitors.
In sport competitions he won and placed with the best in tests for young riding horses (with e.g. a 9.5 for his trot and canter). He also won many tests for young dressage horses and qualified for the Bundeschampionat in Warendorf with a score of 8.6.
Because of his large first crop which contained a good number of premium and auction foals, the results of his performance tests and his record in sport, Swarowski was awarded the I-b main premium in the lot of stallions with emphasis on dressage at the Oldenburg Hengsttage 2008. In 2010 his first son named Seine Hoheit was licensed and awarded a premium. By 2011 the number of his licensed sons had grown to five and it is quite possible that more will be licensed in Munich in January 2012. The offspring from his first crop were three years old in 2011 and a good number won and placed in tests for young riding horses which immediately put their sire among the top five percent of all German dressage sires with a predicted breeding value of 147 points.
Pedigree: His sire, Sandro Hit, is presently the most popular heir of the Sacramento Song xx bloodline which is established in Holstein but spread widely through Sandro in the Warmblood breeding areas of Oldenburg and Hanover. Sandro Hit was the 1999 Bundeschampion of six-year old dressage horses and World Champion of young horses in Arnheim. His dam, St.Pr.St. Herzdame, has the same proved bloodline combination (Don Gregory x Rubinstein I) as the spectacular Champion Stallion and World Champion of Young Dressage Horses, Don Davidoff, but also Don Rubino, a top auction horse in Vechta. The dam’s sire, Don Gregory, was trained up to Grand Prix parallel to his breeding duties and he won or placed with the best in Grand Prix, Grand Prix Special and Grand Prix Free-Style. The granddam Heidemi is the dam of an advanced (S*) level show jumper named Zaphira (by Zeus) and a medium (M) level show jumper named Cellestian (by Cheenook). Heidemi is a full sister of Referee, a dressage horse successful up to St. Georges, and of Rubicon, who placed in medium (M/A) level dressage classes. Rubinstein I, a Grand Prix winner himself who is found in the third generation, was a pace-maker in dressage horse breeding all over the world in the 1990s. This mare family often produced top sport horses such as the two top auction candidates, Floral Dance (by Furioso II; a full brother of the great granddam) and Stradivari; but the line also churned out not only premium mares but also dressage and show jumping athletes that reached the highest level again and again. In the following generations you find the stallions Hessenstein/Trakehner, Wotan, Ortelsburg/Trakehner, Dekan and Christof I which means that the origin lies in the Hanoverian breeding area. Line 325/Kateva (by Königstein-Weißdorn-Wilhard-Bonus-Mallock-Jellachich-Zernebog-Y. Herodot xx-Brillant-Paroli) is also known for the licensed Hessenstein/Trakehner sons, Gambrinus (USA) and Herz As (private stallion Hanover) as well as Don Miguel (private stallion Spain).

Lucie was born in 2002 on the same court like her father Lanciano. In the birth was clear immediately, Lucie cannot be sold in foreign hands. It was acquired by me directly after the birth and then grew up the first three years at Schubert’s farm. She has so phantastic movements that spectators could be thrilled in 2002 with the foal’s show to applause. I have ridden towards them 3-year-old and it should be prepared to the mare’s performance test. Unfortunately, she injured herself during this time on the pasture and had to be taken from the sport. Their highly successful mother’s stock can show the international sports horses Cimbel, Calvin 21. Rico 100 and the licensing stallions PB Midas and Last Man Standing. She arises from Holsteiner stock 5118.

The stallion Lanciano was born in 1990 at Family Schubert in Lichtenau and get in 1993 the licensing at Handorf. Gerd Kraft acquired the stallion and still today he works as one of the important stallions of Gestüt Sankt Ludwig in Wegberg. Lanciano filed an overriding stallion’s performance test with more than 140 points in the part index dressage. Lanciano can show more than 30 gekörte sons and several state premium mares. For Lanciano’s inheritance strength stands the dynasty of his important sons, which Lord Sinclair. The first licensing son, Lord Sinclair I, HLP winner after 100-days test, became in 1997 and 1998 a federal champion and set up in the heavy training class. Lord Sinclair II, like the father as a stud on Saint Ludwig at home, became Winner of Licensing in München-Riem. Lord Sinclair III got with the licensing in Redefin/Mecklenburg I C premiums. Lanciano, a stallion his double inheritance strength over and over again comes to the fore.

Lady M a daughter of Landgraf and then with the necessary full blood connection about Waterman and Tin Rod xx pulled. Lady M was acquired by Hannes Meindl in Holstein as a foal and then covered a box in the Bavarian Kirchanschöring. There it was trained by the daughter, Barbara Meindl, and successfully to Kl. L introduced. She got 3-year-old her first foal, Libelle M which was also sporty as well as for breeding a full success. Then Lady M was sold in the stable by family Schubert to Lichtenau. Then there she brought top foal in succession. She got foal of Aldato, Pilot (2), Lanciano (2), Landor S. which for the most part about the North Rhine-Westphalia-foal’s auction for absolute top prices were sold. A full brother of the mare Lucie S. was shown on the first side of the cataloge of the North Rhine-Westphalia-foal’s auction in 2001.

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