Height: 169 cm / 16.3 hands
Approved for: Danish Warmblood, Hannover, Oldenburg and Swedish Warmblood
- Five approved sons in Germany out of his first crop
- Very good 35-day test with 856.5 points.
- Passing on his own qualities to his offspring.
- Farrell – a stallion with enormous impact.
In the fall of 2017 Farrell presented his first sons at the stallion-approvals. In Verden, Oldenburg and Münster-Handorf he was represented by 5 sons, who all got approved. All his 5 two year old daughters were selected for the final fo the National Eliteshow of the Danish Warmblood in Vilhelmsborg. All five were extremely uniform in type and thereby Farrell made a particularly positive impression.
Farrell did a fantastic test at the championship qualifier in Bogø where he was ridden by Allan Grøn and achieved an overall score of nothing less than 9.04. Thereby, the combination naturally qualified for the finals.
Following a time-out with a fractured splint bone, Farrell was unfortunately unable to do a performance test in 2013, which meant that this outstanding stallion could not be fully licensed, much less have his 2015 breeding license renewed. At the 35-days performance test in the autumn of 2015, however, he gained a very solid 856.5 points, scoring, among others, 9 for the trot and 9.5 for rideability. The fact remains that the quality of his first crop of foals was sensational. Leggy, noble foals with great self-carriage and very good gaits. Farrell really puts a positive mark on his offspring and is suitable for a wide range of mares.
Farrell’s dam line also produced the licensed stallions Wandervogel, Derano and our former stallion Blue Hors Future Cup. Furthermore, Scara Boa, the World Champion of the 5-year-old dressage horses in 2013 and the international dressage horses Winyamaro and Tric Trac originate from this dam line.