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Located in Kronberg (GER)
Producer of highly talented sport horses
In the biggest dressage arenas, the hour of the Totilas’ descendants strikes. Ridden by Isabel Freese, his son Total Hope OLD won the Burg Cup with almost 80 percent and thus the second highest score ever achieved in this prestigious competition for young dressage horses. Before that, Total Hope OLD won the bronze medal at the World Championships for seven-year old dressage horses. In the starting blocks are Totilas’ sons Glock's Toto Jr./Edward Gal/NED, Top Gear/Isabel Freese/NOR, Governor-STR/Adelinde Cornelissen/NED and Birkhof's Topas FBW/Nicole Casper, who have also been successful in young horse championships and are now competing successfully at advanced level. Also successful: Go Legend/Marlies van Baalen/NED, Gladiator/Stephanie de Frel/NED and Genuine/Marijke van Giesen/NED, to mention just a few. Total Recall, the most expensive foal of all times, sold for 200,000 euros, has already won international competitions with Matthias Alexander Rath. Total Ideal cost 105.000 euros and Tout le Monde cost 90.000 euros at the Vechta auctions. In 2019, Totilas also produced the Champion Filly at the German Foal Championships in Lienen. True Love OLD was 2nd Reserve Champion Mare and German Vice Champion.
Three world records and three gold medals at the World Equestrian Games – Totilas can only be described with superlatives. With his performances in the dressage arena, he has touched people far beyond the sport of dressage and ensured a previously unknown popularity. With Edward Gal, Totilas won Team Gold, Silver in the Special and Gold in the Freestyle at the European Championships in Windsor/GBR in 2009 and set world records in the Grand Prix and Grand Prix Freestyle. In December, Totilas beat his own record in the Freestyle in London/GBR. In 2010, he won the World Cup final in ’s Hertogenbosch/NED. At the CHIO Aachen, he set another world record in the Special: the judges awarded an incredible 28 times the perfect score of 10.0. In 2010, at the World Equestrian Games in Lexington/USA, Totilas won Team Gold and two times Individual Gold. Then Matthias Alexander Rath took over the ride and, in 2011, Totilas was the best horse of the German silver team at the European Championships in Rotterdam/NED. In 2012, he won two silver medals at the German Championships, in the Special and the Kür. In 2015, he won Team Bronze at the European Championships in Aachen.
His sire Gribaldi was Trakehner Champion Stallion, victorious at Grand Prix level with Edward Gal/NED and Trakehner Stallion of the Year in 2008. In the Netherlands, he was honoured with the top predicate “preferent” and led the WBFSH ranking of the best dressage sires in the world in 2014. Amongst his offspring are the World Cup winner Painted Black I/Anky van Grunsven/NED and the Grand Prix winners Sisther de Jeu/Edward Gal/NED, Peter Pan/Beatriz Ferrer-Salat/ESP, Pasternak/Coby van Baalen/NED and Girasol/Nadine Capellmann. The Trakehner Champion Stallion Imhotep and the Reserve Champion All Inclusive stand out from the 27 licensed sons of Gribaldi registered in Germany.
His dam Lominka also produced an intermediate (M) level and an advanced (S) level dressage horse, as well as Totilas' full sister Uusminka.
From his grand-dam Elsa come the advanced (S) level dressage horses Talan and Uljanoff.
With Glendale, Akteur, Pericles xx and Farn, Holstein blood is present on the maternal side of the pedigree.
The famous Dutch line of Freiminka produced numerous internationally highly successful sport horses and the licensed stallions Lochnagar, Iowa/Emma Wester/SWE, Cordess/Christian Kukuk, Olympic W, Try Time, Topas, Jodokus and Vindicator.
Totilas: a living legend!
Co-owner: Gestüt Schafhof, Kronberg