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Rogan BEC

(Royal Prinz/Contucci/Feiner Stern)

Sire, Royal Prinz:

Breed: Oldenburg Colt

DOB: June 12, 2020. 

Sire: Royal Prinz

Dam: Capriole

Damsire: Contucci

Price: Sold to Minnesota 

Sire, Royal Prinz is an elegant, long-legged stallion has had a long FEI career that includes CDI wins in Wellington, Tryon, Saugerties, and San Juan Capistrano. He was the 2012 Reserve Champion of the USEF National Championships at Intermediaire, USDF All-Breeds Champion at Prix St. Georges, USDF All-Breeds Reserve Champion at Intermediaire I, and 3rd in USDF Horse of the Year standings.  Under several riders, he has proven his talent and consistency. 


Dam, Capriole Capriole is a 17.1 hand Hanoverian mare. She was the Site Champion at her GOV inspection scoring an overall 7.3 with 8's for her walk and saddle position. Capri has competed through 3rd level. She comes from a RARE 8 generations of Elite/States Premium Mares damline. Her dam, Elite/ States Premium Finastra was the highest scoring mare (8.3) in her Mare Performance Tests across Germany for her testing year; she scored 9 for her trot and rideability and 8 for her walk and canter. She won 4 material classes and her 1A prize in Germany. After being imported, she received 2nd place at Dressage at Devon and was a Champion Qualifier for USDF breed finals. She produced the approved Oldenburg stallion Sandro Fidelis (Sandro Hit).  


Capriole's sire, Contucci won the dressage portion of his 100-Day test with an impressive 147.11, earning six 9’s. He successfully showed in Germany, including winning a Bundeschampion qualifier with a 9.2. After his importation Contucci was only lightly shown, but was trained through the FEI levels. Contucci was the 2005 USEF Dressage Breeding Sire of the Year, the 2009 USEF Dressage Sire of the Year, and has sired more USDFBC Grand Champion or Reserve Champions than any other stallion. Winners at the 2006-2009 USEF Young/Developing Horse National Championships were sired by Contucci, and his offspring are successfully competing from training through FEI Levels with amateur, junior, and professional riders.


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