Havanna II was approved as a stallion, has been castrated and will now go for a sportscareer.
Upon approval he got the following rapport:
The KWPN stallion Habanna is out of a bloodline that produced many good sports horses. His sire Vivaldo is competing at Grand Prix-level under Mirelle van Kemenade. In Vivaldo’s dam-line we find the GP stallions Broere Montecristo and Clavecimbel, amongst others. His dam Dimare (ster sport dressage / s. Van Gogh) won the PSG as a 7-year-old, ridden by Jana Kun (GER), and has been competing at Grand Prix-level with Kirsten Beckers.
Habanna is an honest and reliable stallion with a very good temperament. The stallion shows great willingness to work and is very focused on his rider. His walk is pure, has more than sufficient length but could be more striding. The trot is expressive, has good scope with a powerful hind leg. The canter is uphill, very powerful with tremendous carriage and scope. Habanna moves with abundant ‘go’, abundant to very abundant elasticity and self-carriage. The stallion has a lot of talent for collected work.
As a dressage horse Habanna has a tremendous amount of talent and gives his rider a very good feeling. In the stable Habanna is an honest, reliable stallion, easy to handle and quiet in the stable.
- Walk (x2): 7
- Trot (x2): 8.5
- Canter (x2): 9.5
- Elasticity: 8.5
- Carriage & balance: 9
- Rideability & temperament: 9
- Talent as a dressage horse: 9
- Total: 85.5