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Kremlin MD

*2015, 168cm
Governor Totilas Gribaldi/Trak.
Lominka
Orleans Jazz
Fidora
Faresia Rousseau Ferro
Zsuzsa
Baresia B United
Samantha

Approved for:

Denmark, Oldenburg, Westphalia, Southern German Stud Books, Mecklenburg, Rhineland, KWPN

Stud fee:

€ 1,000 (plus 7% VAT)

WFFS negativ

Very impressive KWPN Champion Stallion by Governor

Kremlin MD is an expressive and elegant young stallion with powerful movements. Exactly some of these characteristics were used by the judge when they awarded Kremlin MD as the champion stallion at the KWPN licensing 2018. The same year, he was awarded premium stallion at the Danish Warmblood licensing and was judged with exceptionally high points for his exterior with 9 for the total impression. In 2018, Kremlin MD finished his 35-days performance test in Denmark with a total score of 8,25 and no marks under 8,0. Kremlin MD comes from a very strong dressage performance pedigree. He is by the Totilas-son, Governor, who is the reserve champion from the KWPN licensing 2014 and later on he won the Dutch performance test. In 2016, Governor was a finalist at the world championship for young horses under Adelinde Cornelissen and the following year they won a silver medal in the final for six-year-olds. The sire to Governor is Totilas, who won the 2010 World-Cup final in ‚s-Hertogenbosch under Edward Gal 2010 and later on the same year they won double gold at WEG in Kentucky. The grand sire, Rousseau is another stamp of quality as he won the Dutch championship for 4-year-old horses and in 2013, he won silver at the world championship for young horses in Verden.

 

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