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Black, 171cm, Bn 2000,
Licensed Hanoverian & Oldenburg & WBSUK

Sire - Hohenstein by Caprimond - Dam - Deauville by Donnerhall

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After a series of wins and high placings in the young horse tests, Hochadel won the 2003 Stallion Performance Test in Adelheidsdorf earning a perfect score of 10 for rideability and walk and 9 for his trot. In 2004, he won the Hadelm Riding Horse Prize, and he has since become highly regarded as a sire having produced the licensed sons Heinrich Heine, Hochmaster, Homberg, Hohenzollern, High Crusador, and Hochstern along with the 2010 Bundeschampionate bronze medalist of the 5 yr. old Dressage Horses, Horatio, ridden by Dorothee Schneider. Dorothee and Horatio placed fifth at the 2011 World Championships for the 6 yr. old Dressage Horses, and they recently placed a close third at the 2012 CDI4* Peterhof Dressur Gala in the Prix St. Georges Special scoring a 72.04%. Other offspring competing at PSG/Inter 1 are Holy Wonder, Hans Im Glueck, Habanera and Habana.

He has also produced the following showjumpers Hermes De La Rouge and Here I Am DH Added to this, Hochadel can boast 73 State Premium Hanoverian daughters.
He has had numerous offspring selling in the auctions including Her Highness for 56,000 euros, Hermes for 69,444 euros, Havanna for 48,000 and Honey Moon K for 51,000 euros.

This dancing star is characterized by refinement blood and his striking dark colour. Hochadel passes his striking type and his rideability to his daughters and sons. Hochadel’s sire, Hohenstein I had a very successful career. He was named a Premium stallion at the 1993 Trakehner Licensing in Neumunster, and in 1994, he was the Reserve Champion of his performance test. In 1995, he won the Trakehner Championship in Cologne, and won the bronze medal at the Bundeschampionate in Warendorf. At the age of 6, Hohenstein won at M Level in dressage, and went on to the advanced S Level mastering Grand Prix. Aside from Hochadel, Hohenstein was the sire of many approved sons including Harvard, Hero, Hudson, His Highness, I Punkt, Tambour, and the Trakehner Licensing Champion, Munchhausen TSF. In 1999, the Trakehner Association named Hohenstein as an Elite Stallion, and in 2002 he was the Trakehner Stallion of the Year.

Hochadel’s damline is also impressive boasting the legendary sire, Donnerhall, along with the lines of Lugano II, Woermann, Goetz, and Lugano I. The success of Donnerhall not only as an international Grand Prix horse, but as one of the most successful dressage sires of all time is well known. The sires Lugano II and his full brother, Lugano I are also tremendous. Lugano II's son, Lungau was the damsire of 4 Olympic horses at the Sydney Olympic Games. The jumper horse, Seven Up, and the dressage horses Brentina and Barclay, as well as the dressage gold medalist, Salinero all had Lungau as their damsire. Hochadel’s FN 2012 Breeding Value is a very impressive 146/93%, and he is well known for improving type.

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Capri VI

Helena XIV


Harpune II







Wiener Blut

Hochadel's offspring


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Rubin Star N
Black 1991 16.2HH


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Rock Star, Premium Stallion by Rubin Star N


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Rubin Star N

Rubin Star N is a fully approved stallion with the Oldenburg society, a premium stallion with the Hessen society and fully approved with all the southern German breed societies. He is also fully approved with the British Warmblood Society & SHBGB.

In 2011 he achieved the ELITE stallion status with the SHBGB due to his progeny's continued success at international level.

Rubin Star N was the stallion champion at his performance test gaining high marks for both the dressage and showjumping phases. He gained the maximum of 10 for both the willingness to learn and temperament assessments. He passes these onto his offspring.

Rubin Star N is by the influential outstanding sire Rubinstein 1, who has had an undoubted impact on the modern day dressage breeding throughout the world before his untimely death in 2000. Rubinstein 1 is the sire of Relevant, Rusty, Rhodiamant, Royal Diamond etc. Rubin Star N's dam Carella, was by Ramino, who himself won his performance test in 1983 and then went on to win the team gold in the European Junior Showjumping Championships in 1987 and he was also the Italian Showjumping Champion 5 times between 1989 and 1995. Ramino's sire Ramiro has been very influential and dominant in the breeding of many top showjumping pedigrees and is very sought after. Carella's other grand-sire Weltmeister produced many overriding competition sport horses and stallions such as Welt As and Westminster. The dam line also produce the Olympic horse Calwaro.

Rubin Star N is the full brother to the 1997 Oldenburg Stallion Approval Vice-Champion Ronaldo, who is now competing at Grand Prix level and stands in The Netherlands. His full sister Cherubina was the dam of the state stud stallion Levados and another full sister was the winner of the Bundeschampionat final. His full sister Castella (Rendezvous) competes at grand prix level and his sisters Callista & Chanel (Chela) are both state premium mares. His other sister Caprice is an ELITE mare.

Rubin Star N himself has successfully competed at intermediate 1 level and was himself highly placed in the final of the Bundeschampionat final. He was the series winner and most successful dressage stallion in his age group at the DHV Stallion Tournament in Euskirchen. He is now training at Grand Prix level.

He passes onto his offspring besides the dark jacket, his outstanding, smooth cadence, powerful, elastic paces, his wonderful temperament and easy trainability. This has ensured that he has produced numerous overall winners. The oldest of his progeny are now competing at medium level in both disciplines and his 6 year daughter, Rossini, was the 2003 Dressage Champion at Nordlingen. His son Rock Star was a premium approved stallion at the 2003 stallion approval in Hessen. His foals are regularly champions at the foal shows. His progeny have been sold world-wide and several have been imported to Britain in 2003. His progeny have also made very high prices at the auctions and in many respects market themselves.

In 2002, the heritability assessment of the Equestrian Association would indicate that the future is his. A score of 141 points in dressage is a manifestation of the brilliant future prognosis for him and at the same time his jumping score of 122 points is above average. His dressage score also secured him the highest ranking heritability assessment for dressage among all stallions kept in the Hessen area of Germany.

In 2005 the champion dressage horse Rossini at the age of 8 years started winning at grand prix level. This year also saw the first of the british bred foals by Rubin Star N being born. They are already gaining the prestigious "PREMIUM" status from the Oldenburg Society. His daughter Romany (Play The) also has made her mark in the showing world by winning the Reserve Amateur Home Produced Championship and the Reserve Riding Horse Championship at the BRITISH NATIONAL FOAL OF THE YEAR SHOW.

His progeny are winning at county show level including Romanno Royal Rubin, a champion winner.

Other county show winners include Romanno Rustic Star, Runnon Co Star, Remember Rio and the overall supreme in hand champion at the Yorkshire Sports Horse Show 2009 Favourite Star.

Rubin Star's offspring continue to excel in both the sports and show rings. In 2013 Romanno Royale, merely a yearling, qualified for the Cuddy Supreme In Hand Championship at HOYS. 2014 saw Remember Rossmore win the Championship at the Scottish Horse and Reserve at Border Union. Stanley Grange Blencathra qualified for the large hack at HOYS. Romanno Rafiel was National Novice Open Winter Champion and also was accepted for breeding with the Warmblood Breeders UK Studbook.

Rubin Star's progeny are continuing to compete at international level, these include Rossini and Rush Hour, both grand prix dressage. Willibalds Riverdance CCI 3* inter dressage, Roly Poly advanced show jumping and the wonderful Rolling Stone II CCI 3 * advanced eventer in USA, ridden by Nate Chambers (, his successes are numerous and include -

2004 Preliminary Level American Eventing Champion (AEC's)

2005 North American Young Rider (NAYRC) Individual and Team Gold Medals

2006 United States Equestian Federation (USEF) Young Rider Reserve Champion

2007 Intermediate Level American Eventing Champion (AEC's)

2007/2008 Named to USEF Winter Training List

2008 1st Place Pine Top Advanced Horse Trials

2009 1st Place Fair Hill Advanced Horse Trials

2009 1st Place Witts End Advanced Horse Trials

2009 3rd Place American Eventing Championships

2010 3rd Place Bromont Three Day Event

2010 3rd Place American Eventing Championships

2010 6th Place Fair Hill International Three Day Event

These pictures are of Rolling Stone II and Nate Chambers

Stud Fee £600.00 NFFR (following stud season only)

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