Revolution was given a very special honour in 2021. At only eight years old, he received the title of elite stallion of the Danish breed. He owes this high distinction to his own outstanding performances and to his no less grandiose offspring.
In 2018, the premium stallion of the Hanoverian licensing and Champion stallion of the Danish licensing as well, Stallion Market record price holder, winner of the stallion performance test (seven times the maximum score of 10.0) and Danish Dressage Horse Champion (four times the maximum score of 10.0) won the World Championship crown in the five-year-old class with Andreas Helgstrand/DEN. Overall score: 9.62 (9.8 for trot, 9.0 for walk, 10 for canter, 9.3 for submission, 10 for perspective). In 2019, Revolution again received dream scores in the World Championship final for six-year-old dressage horses (trot 10, canter 9.6, walk 9.0, rideability 8.8, perspective 9.8, total 9.44) and ceded victory by a hair's breadth. At the subsequent Danish Championships, Revolution was awarded 10 for all three paces. He won the gold medal with an overall score of 9.6. In 2020, as a seven-year-old, he made his debut with a win and over 77% at Prix St. Georges level. However, in 2020, he was not able to expand his collection of World Championships gold and silver medals as a result of the cancellation of the championships due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Revolution transmits everything to his offspring. The best example: our Oldenburg and Danish Premium stallion, stallion performance test second Reserve Champion, Vice Regional and Hanoverian Champion as well as Danish Championship finalist, Rockabye S. From his first crops, over ten sons of Revolution were approved for breeding, including the Hanoverian Premium stallion Rom, the Danish Premium Stallion Midt-West Evolution, our stallions Radius and Straight Hors Ramses, who were licensed in Denmark, as well as Hesselhøj Rock A Billy, Renomé and Gørklintgård's Royal.
Rapunzel OLD won the silver medal at the Oldenburg Championships (3y.o. mares and geldings) At the Swedish Championships, Vastra Hoby’s Rosebank VH (3y.o.) and Buskhagas Ramayana (4y.o.) were bronze medallists.
Revolution's daughter Hann.Pr.A. Romy was named Champion Mare of the Herwart von der Decken show in Verden. Valerie B was named Mare of the Year at the Danish Elite Mare Show in Vilhelmsborg. Roxette received the gold medal. Revolution’s daughters Rikki Tikki-Vitz, Blaze Von Rosing and Åtoften's Revolina secured the bronze medals. Gørklintgårds Galathea accessed the final of the two-year-olds.
The sire Rocky Lee, by Rock Forever I NRW, who was successful in Grand Prix, and with the thoroughbred Justinian xx on the dam's side, was a premium stallion at his licensing, third at the “Turnier der Sieger” in Münster and fourth at the German Championships for four-year-old stallions. Ridden by Stefanie Wolf, he became Westphalian Champion, was internationally placed up to Inter I and competed successfully up to Grand Prix level. Rocky Lee's first offspring are successful at high level in dressage, such as Lisa-Marie Klössinger's internationally successful Rockford Dreams.
The dam's sire Rouletto goes back to the Holstein line 776. He completed his stallion performance test in 1989 with an index of 134.46 and was placed fourth. Via Romino and Roman, he carries proven performance blood and a lot of refining blood with Ramzes AA, to whom he is inbred, Manometer xx, Frivol xx and Cottage son xx. Rouletto appears on the dam's sire side of the dressage World Champion Desperado/Nicole Plaster, Royal Rubin/Annabel Frenzen, placed ninth at the German Junior Championships, and the internationally successful show jumping mare Miss Liberty/McLain Ward/USA.
Further top sport horses and auction horses descend from the dam line.
Gold and silver medallist at the World Championships for young dressage horses
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