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Eddie is a lovely stamp of a horse, he has proven bloodlines, movement and the quietest nature. He has produced some lovely foals for us and we are sure they are all going to have what it takes to be a top level performance horse. Some of our first season foals can be seen on the ‘Horses for Sale’ page.

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Highland Salute is a magnificent eye catching stallion with exceptional movement, conformation and bloodlines. He is a very powerful, naturally elevated horse with extravagant paces. As can be seen, his pedigree contains some of the best performance bloodlines in the world.  

 

Highland Salute is bred from famous lines including Salute (by Saluut), Ludendorf and Monopol. He is a big framed stallion, who is clearly stamped by his sire, not only in conformation, but also in his movements. Salute has produced many highly successful dressage & jumping horses. He is the sire of GV Stirling Stilton who was short listed for the Olympic Games in Athens and was the best placed Australian Dressage horse at the World Equestrian Games in Jerez 2002. Salute has also sired the 2005 National Grand Prix champion DP Christopher and Grand Prix horse Argentille Shamada, as well as eventers such as Staccato, Stirling Soux, Mr Shirvington and Sydney Lights.

 

Salute's sire, Saluut, was a graded, 100 day performance tested Holstein stallion and an International Grand Prix jumper. Saluut received excellent marks in his Dutch performance test and was graded at the highest level. It is widely acknowledged that Saluut would also have been equally successful as a dressage horse. Saluut is a proven sire of world class offspring in both showjumping and dressage. Worldwide he has produced over 300 successful showjumpers, 294 dressage horses, 353 graded mares and 16 graded stallions.

 

Ludendorf, who stood at 17.2hh, re wrote the history books by becoming an advanced eventer as well as a Grand Prix dressage horse. He has sired countless Grand Prix showjumpers and dressage horses and Advanced eventers, many of which have sold overseas for top prices. He has become the foundation sire for many warmblood horses in Australia with his progeny being highly sort after and regarded as valuable breeding stock

 

Monopol was one of the first warmblood stallions imported into Australia. As such, he has proven invaluable as a foundation sire for the modern Australian Warmblood industry. He has many successful progeny which includes 2 of his sons, Heini and Monokol. Monopol's sire, Moltke is considered to be "The Great Sire of Rideability" in Germany and Moltke left quite a number of Top International Show Jumpers in Germany after only 2 seasons in Holstein. Moltke also sire the dams of many famous stallions such as Lagos, the sire of Land of Kings. Monopol’s genetics are also represented in famous competition horses such as Grand Prix horse Supertramp, FEI horse Barncleuth Harvest Moon, Mongold FEI horse Moneton and Olympic Showjumping prospect Wirragulla Nicholas.

Salute (IMP)
Saluut
Ronald
Elma
Inia
Amor
Winia
Stirling Lenelly
Ludendorf
Luciano
Elfit
Stirling Melody
Monopol
Mini’s Gift

Service Fee

$1200 Natural Service

 

 

Eddie