Hulapalu has phenomenal presence, phenomenal scope, phenomenal technique, phenomenal ridability and a phenomenal attitude.
He’s phenomenal in every respect.
The first thing you’ll be captivated by are his looks. This horse’s colouring is just as unique and breath-taking as his other sport horse attributes.
At the age of five, this gelding has everything it takes to make a premium competition horse: he’s reluctant to touch the rails, has incredibly fast reactions, he’s got a stunning technique and he has the heart and ability to go right to the top.
Hulapalu’s solid jump, impressive scope and unique willingness make him destined for a Grand Prix future.
His success story began last year at the Danish Championship for Four Year Old Jumping Horses, where he came fourth overall. This year Hulapalu’s performance has been equally impressive, and he’s been placed in young horse classes up to 1.30m. He attracted the horse world’s attention when he was placed at his first international appearance after some excellent clear rounds.
This is an exceedingly talented gelding with just the right balance of courage and carefulness, plus the best jumping horse bloodlines.
Heartbeat (Heartbreaker x Ramiro Z x Pericles) was Denmark’s Stallion of the Year in 2013, Danish Champion as a four, five and six year old and is now competing successfully in 1.50m classes. Heartbeat now has several licensed sons and many successful competition horses as offspring, including Albführen’s Happiness (Steve Guerdat), Hargita (Malin Baryard-Johnsson), Main Road (Shane Sweetnam) and the licensed stallion Hasard (Niklas Arvidsson). His sire Heartbreaker was also ridden at international level by Peter Geerink, ending his career with fourth place at the Aachen Grand Prix and first place in the Dortmund Championship.
The dam’s sire Carano (Capitol I x Cor de la Bryère x Fasiol) is famous for his exceptional jumping ability and courage, and he has sired an entire armada of talented offspring: Emmanuel (Ibrahim Hani Bisarah), Caruso (Julien Terceira), Courage (Manuel Lecuona).
Leander was the champion stallion in the Holstein licensing test in 1973. Sired by Ladykiller xx, he is half brother to the famous stallions Landgraf and Lord.
This is an exceptionally talented horse with exceptional quality.
Everything about Hulapalu is unique.