8. Halleluja



Glorious. Awesome. Exalted.

Riders: fasten your seatbelt for take-off.

This big-framed youngster is absolutely spectacular over fences of any height, with a strong, dynamic take-off, a perfect jump and an ideal leg technique. We have no doubts that this is a future Grand Prix horse. He’s athletic, supple, well-balanced and carries himself well. He swings through his back and amazes people on a daily basis with his seemingly unlimited ability.  Halleluja not only has the ability to jump fences of any height, he is also a very careful horse with most positive of attitudes.  He’s a willing bundle of energy that is destined for great things once he has a few more years under his belt.

Halleluja has competed very successfully in young horse classes outside Germany and definitely has the ability and attitude to move up the grades. At his first show in Germany he was placed in a 1.30m young horse class with a score of 8.7.

This Danish-bred gelding was sired by the KWPN stallion Warrant, a very successful advanced level competition horse that jumped World Cup tracks and six bar classes with his rider Henk van der Pol. Warrant has an excellent pedigree. His sire Numero Uno is in global demand as a top jumping horse sire and his dam Karanta also produced internationally famous Oranta (Indorado) who dominated the sport with Angelique Horn and Chris Kappler. The pedigree on the dam’s side boasts the excellent genes of Pythagoras (Julio Marnier xx x Quidam de Revel) and Fundy du Mont (Quidam de Revel x Goeland).

One of the best young jumping horses in the world is currently being brought on for a championship future by Beezie Madden: Garant, also by Warrant, and winner of the World Championship for five year old horses with Willem Greve.  Halleluja is this bloodline‘s next championship horse.

A heavenly future in Grand Prix show jumping is a foregone conclusion.