El Bundy

Born 1998
Dark Bay
173 cm
Ln 331312340398

Price: $2625 for 3 ins for max 3 pregnancies
Stud: State Stud Celle – Germany


Eiger I
Espri Diplomatin
Sire: Escudo I
Athene Arkansas
Rebel Z I Argentina Z
Dam: Rosabella
Rena Carneval

Grandsire of El Bundy is Espri, who is well known for passing on jumping ability to his offspring. Even with mares that carry hardly any jumping capacity in their genes, he is able to produce show jumpers of superb quality, including his son ET ridden by Hugo Simon. Many other top riders are also sitting in the saddles of Espri descendants, including Lars Nieberg on Enrico.

Sire, Escudo 1, was 1994 stallion performance test champion in Adelheidsdorf dominating sovereignty in jumping. He won show jumper horse competitions in series. In 1996 he was Hanoverian show jumping champion of the 5 year olds at Dobrock and equal federal vice champion in Warendorf. From his first crop, Escudo 1 already presented 7 winning foals at regional foal shows. In 1998 a daughter of his was the champion mare at the mare show in Schillerslage. His breeding value for jumping is very impressive. This Escudo 1 bloodline combines jumping talent with a fine aptitude for dressage, like his approved sons Embassy (runner-up in his stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf in 2000), El Bundy (stallion performance test winner), Earl and Elias (both stallion performance test winners in 2002 in Adelheidsdorf) and Export (best showjumper stallion of the 2004 approval in Verden). El Bundy’s dam Rosabella is a daughter of the performance transmitter Rebel Z II, who in turn is a full-brother to the world class showjumper Ratina Z. The strong performer Carneval, one of the best sons of the siring legend Cor de la Bryère, rounds off the pedigree nicely.

El Bundy was the convincing winner of the stallion performance test in 2001. He is a multi-talented stallion with an extremely interesting pedigree. He was bred by Dr Jacobs at Bierbergen, who is a well-known breeder of good jumping horses, (eg Embassy). This young stallion is a very good jumping horse and is always careful to not make mistakes. He also has three excellent basic gaits. El Bundy won eight showjumper tests in 2002. In the following year, he entered the showjumping sport achieving eight wins in novice (A) class showjumper tests and placings up to elementary (L) level. In 2004 wins in elementary and intermediate (M) showjumper tests followed. In 2009 he successfully competed up to advanced level, and also convinced with his hereditry qualities. A daughter El Bambi (Polydor-Lions xx dam) earned lots of ribbons in jumper riding horse classes in 2009, and went on to achieve high placements and to qualify for the Final of 6 yo show jumping horses in Warendorf. Meanwhile 115 competition horses have successfully competed in the last show season at medium level (appropriate to their age). El Bundy’s hereditary qualities established him as top-class stallion for breeding competition horses and with his integrated breeding value he counts among the top 1% of the best show jumping stallions in Germany, together with Stakkato and now Now or Never M. In 2010 many of his offspring will compete successfully at advanced level. He has 1 licensed son, 18 state premium mares, and 34 auction horses.

HLP 2001: 145.01/1/ ; RI 134.61/2; SI 143.17/1
Breeding Value Scores: Dressage Young horse (70) Highest level achieved (64) Jumping Young horse (128) Highest level achieved (104) Riding type (85) Conformation (84) Dressage (47) Jumping (139)


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