At the Neumunster stallion grading, the young stallion wowed grading committee, crowd and commentator, who went on to describe Keaton’s quality of movement as exceptional, particularly in view of the fact that quality of movement is quite the exception in Kannan offspring.
Moreover, the second reserve champion stallion’s excellent structure was very convincing - an expressive face, a well-set neck, good back, and correct legs with sound hooves.
The Kannan son jumps with tremendous ability, very careful and with outstanding leg technique. Quite typical for his sire’s inheritance he displays a slightly straight top-line, yet excellent hind-leg technique over the jump.
Keaton being a stallion boasting strength, size and Holsteiner shape, he is expected to pass on these qualities to his offspring. This also applies for the jumping, where the stallion displays loads of quality and talent.