This grandson of Diamant de Semilly attracts more and more attention as a breeding stallion thanks to the quality of his offspring. Strong and powerful with a medium frame, his pedigree accumulates all major performance sires of the last decades.
A rare succession of world class sires with Diamant de Semilly, Cassini I, Caretino and Marlon TB in the first generations, in the background safeguarded by Le Tot de Semilly, Corrado I, Contender, Lord, Ramiro, Capitol I and several crosses to sire extraordinaire, Caletto II – this is Dinken’s pedigree.
This stallion stands in particular for ambition and willingness to perform and passes on this qualities with great reliability. Many of his offspring are scopey jumpers with very good reflexes. His own height notwithstanding, he can sire very tall offspring. In view of his offspring’s successes, he is turning more and more into a performance sire.
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His sire Diarado, Holsteiner champion stallion in 2007, attracts attention for his own performance and particularly for his offspring.
Dinken’s dam Inken has been successfully shown at international level by Peter Wylde. At 3-year-old she won champion mare of North Frisia breeding district. She has stamped her son in terms of type, structure, and boundless performance attitude. Her produce includes four show jumping offspring with results to international S level, Quinken (Max De Mol), Quinka (Hikari Yoshizawa), Incaro LS (Tom Martens) and Dinka (Hikari Yoshizawa). Moreover, her daughter Ninken (by Littorio) has produced the stallion-graded international jumper, Clicksem.
Dinken carries a rare succession of world class sires: Diamant de Semilly as paternal 2nd sire, with crosses to Cassini I, Caretino and Marlon/TB in the direct dam line, secured through crosses to Le Tot de Semilly, Corrado I, Contender, Lord, Ramiro, Capitol and two times to exceptional sire Caletto II.
Own Performance of Dinken
During the 2015 season, Dinken achieved many very good results under Jonas Panje. He won several young horse jumping classes at L level and was highly placed in young horse jumping classes at M*level. The combination also qualified for the National Championships in Warendorf. In 2016, Dinken competed in young horse jumping classes to M level with great success. He qualified for the Warendorf National Championships again and won the Elmshorn 6-year-old Holsteiner Jumping Horse State Championship. A severe tendon injury ended Dinken’s sport horse career.
Stallion performance test
Dinken performed impressively under 30-day testing. With his jumping ability judged 9.0, his jumping breeding value was estimated at 134 points.
30-Tage-Test 2013 in Schlieckau: Gesamt 7,73 ZW-Dres. 77 (-7); ZW-Spr. 134 (+10)
Offspring of Dinken
Dinken’s foal crops are particularly impressive: Characterized by excellent type, they are energetic and display outstanding movement. His breed value based on foal evaluation is in the top range at 122 points.
Dinken has ten licensed sons across Germany, including the stallion Dubliner. In 2020, Dilaro by Dinken-Casall impressed the grading committee in the Holstenhall.
Dinken had the 2022 National Champion of the six-year-old jumping horses in Warendorf, as Richard Vogel and Dax by Dinken-Corrado I (Dirk Georg Jessen, Jardelund) jumped to finish first in the final of this high calibre young horse class. Dax’ near perfect bascule and his quick reflexes – typical of Dinken – proved particular impressive.
The first Dinken offspring having arrived at youngster tour level have chalked up first jumping results at S level. Among them Dollar-Kl, who had already performed impressively at the 2019 world championship for five-year-old jumping horses in Lanaken with Filip Dolezal/CZE. Ducati and Mario Walter placed in jumping classes up to international S** level.