Breed: AES Warmblut
Height: 165 cm
|Beryllium MD (Old.)||Brioni (Trak.)||Friedensfürst|
- graded ZSSE, Palomino book, WN 8,0
- AES, Palominobooks, AES, Zangersheide, ...
- Cremello (Cr/Cr)
- all his foals will have a creme-gene
- WFFS negative
- all mares the same price
Europe: 600,- Euro, In Germany payable when the mare is pregnant
Australia/ Newzealand: http://www.dilutestallions.com.au/saladin.php
The young Cremello stallion Saladin was used for breeding since 2019. His natural basic gaits show luxuriant elasticity and thanks to his secure back work he knows how to use his whole body in all basic gaits.
Saladin is easy to ride and willing under the saddle. His honest character makes him an uncomplicated partner who brings joy in his daily work. At the jump he shows himself to be just as strong of nerves and eager; fortunately, Saladin seems to reflect his grandfather Alois' power of jumping.
As a Cremello, Saladin is homozygous for the Creme gene. For example, when mated to a chestnut, he will 100% sire a palomino foal. If you pair him with lightened mares, the foal can also be doubly lightened.
Particularly noteworthy is his extremely good-natured nature. Saladin is always friendly and open-minded. His curiosity makes dealing with him varied. Nervousness and panic are unknown to him.
Saladin's father is the premium stallion Beryllium MD bred by Dr. Marliese Dobberthien, who is best known for her bred stallions Quasi Gold MD and Qaside MD. Saladin is the only double lightened son of Beryllium MD available to breeders. Beryllium MD was characterized by very honest movements through the body, he was a large and powerful stallion. All of these properties are still rarely found in lightened horses. Beryllium's grandsire was the highly successful stallion Friedensfürst under Lisa Wilcox.
Saladin's dam is a daughter of the internationally highly decorated jumping stallion Alois - the mare Sava. Sava is also the mother of Scheherazade. She was awarded the state premium in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and achieved the highest movement marks.
responsible for text and pictures: Bärbel Ott