10. LA VIE EN ROSE

 

  • *2010
  • Bay
  • Mare
  • Oldenburger
  • Size L

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What inspires a rider to set new goals?

A horse that’s the ‘whole package’ and seems capable of achieving anything. La vie en Rose is that horse.

You’ll be bowled over by this stunning sport horse's presence and charisma. She combines a number of excellent qualities that make her a very special offering. Suppleness, light footedness and jumping aptitude, on the one hand, plus a unique personality and positive attitude, on the other.
This thoroughbred-type mare is attentive to the rider and responsive to aids. She also has lightning-fast reactions, but stays focused and calm. La vie en Rose has a powerful take-off, uses her back very effectively and demonstrates impressive flexibility and scope over obstacles.

She’s come straight from her breeder and already has more than 50 competition placings. Initially La vie en Rose was ridden by a young girl who took her through from young horse classes to regular 1.30m classes, collecting many rosettes along the way. In January 2017, only 8 days after her seventh birthday when she became eligible to compete in open classes, she won her first 1.45m competition and she’s continued to add to those wins ever since. La vie en Rose has won international youngster tour classes at CSI Dortmund, CSI Damme and CSI Neustadt-Dosse and been placed in 1.40/1.45m classes on many occasions. She and seventeen year old Laura Hetzel had a very successful summer season competing in classes up to 1.40m. “I’ve never ridden such an easy horse,” said Laura. “She’s lovely.”

La vie en Rose has inherited both her sire’s looks and his positive character traits. Lordanos was celebrated as a top German breeding stallion during his lifetime and he was also a consistent advanced level jumping horse. Now he’s globally famous for his exceptionally talented offspring, because Lordanos’ genes are a performance horse guarantee. He descends from one of the most successful bloodlines in the world, the famous Ramiro line 776. His sire Landos was by the famous stallion Lord, who has an interesting dam-side pedigree including Calypso I and Capitano. The dam’s sire Ahorn Z is descended from international show jumpers Almé Z and Heureka Z, and he has established a solid reputation as a top class jumping horse producer. His successful offspring include Lordan (Nael Nassar), Lord Lohengrin (Patrick Stühlmeyer), Light On (the Tebbel family), Lex Lugar (Carsten-Otto Nagel), HH Let’s Fly (Rodrigo Pessoa) and Lou (Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum). His dam Serena produced a string of jumping horses that were competed up to advanced level including Noble Night and Laurin (Mario Stevens). Serena’s sire Grannus adds even more performance blood to the pedigree. With lifetime competition winnings of millions of euros, plus several Olympic horses and more than 60 licensed stallions among his progeny, this Hanoverian stallion is one of the most successful jumping and breeding stallions the world has ever seen. The third generation of La vie en Rose's pedigree includes the interesting genes of San Carlos, a top Puissance horse.

This mare’s ready to capture your heart and take you to the top.

 

Pedigree

    Lord 
  Landos  Uta V 
Lordanos     
  W-Ashley  Ahorn Z 
    Sofia 
     
    Graphit  
  Grannus  Odessa 
Serena     
  Serenade  San Carlos 
    Kalina 

 

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