Straight On is making a beeline for the big time.

And he has the aptitude and talent to make it.


Straight On is a six-year-old licensed stallion with a unique success story. As a three year old his jumping prowess earned him the champion stallion title at “Süddeutsche Hengsttage”, the southern German stallion festival. He also received top scores in his stallion performance test directly afterwards. Then, at the age of four, he won the DSP Jumping Horse Champion title at the DSP Championships in Darmstadt with a near perfect score of 9.5. All of this stallion’s registered placings with the German Equestrian Federation are in the top three, including 14 wins in young horse classes up to 1.25m with scores as high as 9.5.


Straight On is a phenomenal sport horse with excellent rhythm and cadence. He has a muscular build with a balanced, elastic way of moving and a soft mouth, as well as being good natured and happy to jump anything the rider asks. Straight On has an energetic take-off and a good bascule, plus the ability to focus on the job at hand over a jumping course. The quality of his jump is amazing and so is his rideability. He is a top Hunter.


The performance genes in Straight On’s pedigree provide a clear insight into his quality. He was sired by Million Dollar, without doubt one of the most interesting horses in the international show jumping scene and multiple Nations Cup winner for Germany with his rider Sophie Hinners. Million Dollar is a one-of-a-kind horse with some world-class ancestors including Plot Blue, Vigo D‘Arsouilles and Cento, all of which have won some of the most prestigious grand prixs and championships in the world. The damsire Con Capitol unites the bloodlines of two Holstein stallions that have really made their mark on German horse breeding, Contender and Capitol, and thanks to his sensational jump and the top quality of his offspring, he is still one of the most coveted sires in Germany. Araconit, a “Holsteiner” whose lineage goes back to Alme Z via Acord II, with Calypso I on both sides of his pedigree, is one of the most influential southern German sport horse sires. He was also a successful grand prix and Nations Cup horse.


Straight On to the top of the career ladder!


Successful relatives:

Kalifa (Sophie Hinners), Fiumicino van de Kalevallei (Jur Vrieling), Priam du Roset (Marcus Ehning), Napoli ter Wijnen (Simon Prouvé), Daytona de Muze (Jody Bosteels), Messi vant Ruytershof (Janne Friederike Meyer- Zimmermann), Con Quidam RB (Sanne Thijssen), Conaro (Gilles Thomas), Con Capilot (Todd Minikus)