|Lord Leatherdale||Lord Loxley||Lord Sinclair I|
|Lasjen P||Lancer II|
DWB, Hanover, Holstein Global, Mecklenburg, Oldenburg, Rhineland, Southern German Stud Books, Westphalia
€ 1.300 (plus 7% VAT)
Located in Syke
Double Premium Stallion
Lord Europe was one of the highest quality and most coveted stallions at the Hanoverian Stallion Market and also reached the premium ring of the best stallions at the licensing in Denmark. He fascinates with natural grandeur, as well as high quality paces and amazing rideability. He also proved this at his stallion performance test in Denmark.
Lord Europe has impressed with his noble foals, with very powerful paces.
His sire Lord Leatherdale, himself son of the Vice World Champion and German Champion Lord Loxley and the Champion mare Fairless, won advanced (S) level dressage classes with Daniel Bachmann Andersen/DEN. He has produced over 40 licensed stallions worldwide, including Everdale, Olympic team bronze medallist with Charlotte Fry/GBR and Glamourdale, World Champion (7y.o.) and placed second in the Aachen Grand Prix Tour, who was also ridden by Charlotte Fry.
His dam’s sire Boston, a son of the famous stallion Jazz out of a Flemmingh dam, was Champion Stallion in 2008 and then moved to Isabell Werth’s stables. Although he sadly died at a young age, he produced many very successful offspring, including Bonita Springs/Kira Wulferding, who came second in the Burg Cup, and Bob Dylan/Uwe Schwanz, who was successful in Grand Prix. Ten of his sons have been licensed, including Borsalino, Westphalian Champion Stallion and stallion market top price and Background HBS/Marcus Hermes.
His grand-dam St.Pr.St. Lasjen P, descends from the dressage horse Lady Leatherdale (by Lord Leatherdale). She is the half sister of Isabell Werth’s successful Grand-Prix horse, Krack (by Krack C) and of Lolly Pop (by Lancer III) who was placed in 1.45m show jumping classes.
In the third generation is the Holstein Champion Stallion of 1988, Lancer II, who is considered as one of the best sons of the exceptional Landgraf. Amongst his 30 licensed sons are the licensing winner Lamont, the stallion performance test winner Lancaster H and the German Champion Lazio. His descendants that were successful in sport won over 1.9 million Euros of prize money.
The licensed stallions Eldorado de Hus, Las Casas, Nabalou W.Z., Oak Grove’s Clown, Stensbeck, Skipp, Game Boy D/Olivier Philippaerts/BEL and a son of Stakkato Gold, as well as the show jumping horses Lesodero, Palona and Bill Clinton descend from Lord Europe's line.
Co-owner: Helgstrand Dressage ApS, DK und Joop van Uytert, NL