The first foal crops sired by this Dinken son carrying international jumping blood of the very first order on the dam’s side have proved very impressive.
Very energetic and willing to perform himself, he passes on movement and elasticity to his offspring. His jumping is characterized by his extraordinary front leg technique resulting from his natural born carefulness as a jumper. Dubliner is a very sensitive stallion with tremendous potential. Further training in line with his current development will soon enable him to prove his quality in the show jumping arena to the breeders.
Raised by the Holsteiner Verband, he was presented for pre-selection in August 2019 where he put up a performance befitting a modern, typical Holsteiner produce. Boasting long lines and a very good top-line, the stallion displays perfectly rhythmic and very ground-covering movement, always with an up-hill tendency. He jumps with tremendous ability, excellent front leg technique and energetic push-off.
The first crops by Dubliner present themselves performance oriented, typey and with good movement. With lots of blood himself, the stallion is best bred to mares really in need of his energy and willingness to perform. The combination of his qualities should make him well suited to excel as an eventing sire with regard to movement, stamina, and jumping quality.
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His sire Dinken is one of the promising young stallions in the Holsteiner breeding programme. He won Holsteiner State six-year-old jumping horse Champion and qualified for the Warendorf National Championships at five- and six-year-old. A severe tendon injury prevented Dinken from further pursuing his sport horse career. By now the Diarado son has succeeded in convincing breeders and riders with his ability to produce quality offspring. This was to
be expected in view of Dinken’s sire Diarado holding 20th position on the 2019 international WBFSH sire ranking at just 14
years of age. Dinken’s dam, Inken by Cassini I-Caretino, is one of the best brood mares in the Holsteiner breeding programme.
Dubliner’s damline traces back to stem 95, a long-time and reliable producer of exceptional sport horses and breeding stock, representatives including for example Romantika (W. Peters/D. Hafemeister) or Claudio (Bo Kristoffersen).
Dubliner is the first foal out of Cantura. Her dam’s produce includes the successful S level competitor Queichtal. The third dam, Maroni, used to be successfully shown to S level, herself. Most significantly, the damline carries three highly successful international stallions - Canturo, Cassini I and Coriano – in direct succession.
Own Performance of Dubliner
Dubliner underwent 14-day testing at Schlieckau in May 2021 with a final mark of 8.45 (jumping weighted). The same year, the stallion completed sport testing with a weighted final mark of 8.45 in Verden. In 2022, Dubliner completed the Verden sport test with a jumping weighted final mark of 8.37. He received 8.5 on ability, 8.4 on technique and overall impression and 8.3 on canter.
At his first outing in competition, Dubliner won the first test of the Holsteiner state championship right away, scoring 8.8. In the final of the four-year-old jumping horses, the stallion placed fourth with Massimo Bonomi.
At five-year-old, with Dubliner adopting a calmer approach in the arena, his results include winning a young horse jumping class at A level.
14-day testing 20201 in Schlieckau: Overall 8,03; Dres. 7,54; Jump. 8,45
Sport testing 2021 in Verden: weighted final mark of 8.45
Sport testing 2022 in Verden: weighted final mark of 8.37
Offspring of Dubliner
Dubliner had some very interesting offspring from his first crop of foals, with two foals selected for and sold at the Holsteiner foal auctions, one of them the extremely typey Dubliner-Chello I colt Dynamite, bred by Sönke Eggers, Struvenhütten and the other a Dubliner-Casall daughter, bred by Hof am Sylvert-Rörden GbR, Witsum/Föhr.