Phadraigs Sullivan

Breed: New Forest Pony
Colour: buckskin
Born: 2008
Height: 148 cm

Sulaatik’s Versace Valentino Vernon’s Vineyard
Feldhof’s Madeira
LL. Mollegardens Dunhill Marlino
Fredriksbergs Kamé
Sulaatik’s Beautiful Pearl Sulaatik’s Benji Priory Prickle
Fury’s Olgarine


  • graded 2010 in Wickrath (Rheinland, Germany)
  • performance tested 2013 in Prussendorf, Germany
  • Golden Wonder Free!
  • Myontonie free
  • papers for German riding pony (GSP),New Forest and more


Europe: 2 doses 350 EUR

Australia: 2 doses 950 AUD


comment of the judges (grading): “Very nice young stallion, balanced in all gaits with good development, outstanding expression, all marks over 8, a really nice type“

He passed his stallion performance test confidently with an overall score of 8.06. He had the best scores of all stallions in character, sociability and willingness to perform with 9, and he was also rated particularly well in free jumping.


His mother had 2 licensed sons and was by Preferent, she was a 3-year-old Dutch champion mare (all over Holland). The dam's father is Sulaatiks Benji, one of the most beautiful New Forest stallions, he was sold to Denmark and is a very popular stallion there. He went up to advanced level dressage. Dam's dam is the famous line from which Yelli Marmelade was bred, the best mare of the 50th anniversary of the New Forest Association in the Netherlands (a super important event in Holland).


Father (Versace) is bred on the mother's side via a very established Danish line, from which the cream gene comes in Phadraigs Sullivan. Valentino (sire-sire) was one of the top sires in the Netherlands.

The stallion was able to place with a 14-year-old girl up level L in Germany and drew an excellent balance with numerous victories and placements. He was always easy to deal with, whether on the showarena or during training at home. In the meantime he can show successes in jumping and dressage up to elementary level.


Phadraigs Sullivan is a stallion who is extremely willing to perform, he is always busy and wants to please his rider.


Responsible for text and pictures: Thea Krapp