Height: 169 cm / 16.3 hands
Approved for: Danish Warmblood, Hannover, Oldenburg and Swedish Warmblood
Excellent first crop, where the foals very much take after Farrell.
Very good 35-days performance test with 856.5 points. Among others, awarded 9 for trot and 9.5 for rideability.
Premium stallion at the Hanover licensing in WCYH 2013 winner Scara Boa.
Farrell – a stallion with enormous impact.
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. The best colt at the Blue Hors Foal Championship was Zippo Eg by Blue Hors Farrell – Blue Hors Zack, breeder Stutteri Eg, Randbøl. The elite foal auctions in Vechta witnessed the sale of a colt for EUR 45,000! Farrell really puts a positive mark on his offspring and is suitable for a wide range of mares.
His sire Fürstenball can look back on a tremendous career and dominantly passes on his type and excellent rideability to his offspring. The dam sire Dacaprio guarantees attractive dressage horses with a good rideability. His son FBW Dejavu was, with his rider Nadine Plaster, Bundeschampion in 2004, won the bronze medal at the World Championships for young dressage horses in 2005 and became 4th in 2006. Wolkenstein II is one of the best Weltmeyer sons of all time and produced more than 40 licensed stallions and more than 70 state premium mares. Wolkenstein II himself was Bundeschampion in 1993. 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.