The success series of the fantastic stallion Five Star seems to be continuing. A few weeks ago the stallion won the Nations Cup Dressage under the German Kevin Kohmann in Wellington, now there is good news again. The 11-year-old offspring of Amazing Star has now also been approved by the Hanoverian studbook.
In 2013 Five Star was approved for the KWPN with good scores. A year later, the same year that the stallion was sold at the Excellent Dressage Sales, the Oldenburger Verband also approved the stallion. In recent years, the impressive stallion has developed further, after which he was also offered at the Hanoverian Studbook.
At his stable Diamante Farm in Wellington, Florida, the chestnut stallion easily convinced the inspection committee. The jury gave him six nines, including head, neck, walk, canter and type. He was also praised for his power, suppleness in his movements and amazing character. With five eights and two sevens, the average score came to 8.43.
Available as a stallion in Europe
Five Star is still available as a breeding stallion in Europe. VDL Stud has frozen semen. In America, the stallion is also available with fresh semen outside the competition weeks through Kathy Hickerson.