Grading Description: Big, high-set stallion of extremely good type. Beautiful head. Well-set neck. Medium-long sloping shoulder. Well-marked medium-long withers. Good topline. Well-shaped croup. Correct leg conformation. Extremely good gaits. Accepted for breeding in 1998. Medal stallion. Grand Champion.
Material Description:A polite stallion with a good temperament and a good character and easy to handle in the barn. A stallion with great work ethics and forwardness. The stallion works with three good gaits and very uphill in the canter. The stallion works willingly and observant cross country with extremely good balance and very bold. The stallion jumps willingly both loose and under rider with good technique and great capacity, slightly better use of back could be desired. The stallion has developed positively during the test. Show ability extremely good. Overall winner of 100-day test, finished first in dressage and third in jumping.
Own Achievement:Awarded Elite Stallion in 2003.
Selected Stallion of the Year 2005.
Approved in Danish Warmblood, German Oldenburg Verband and Hanoverian Verband.
Solos Landtinus was imported to Denmark from Germany as a three year old in 1998. Already licensed in Germany as an Oldenburg, he was presented at the Danish Warmblood Stallion license at Herning and was selected as the first place stallion. At the 100 day test, despite falling ill as the test began, he was the overall winner. He scored highest in dressage and third in showjumping.
Solos Landtinus is the epitome of the modern Danish Warmblood Stallion. He combines noble, elegant long legs, extremely good movement and top performance in jumping and dressage. In Landtinus the blood of Landgraf and Argentan I are combined to produce a superior stallion.
Sire: LANDADEL – The son Landgraf. Despite dying at an early age (14), Landadel will be remembered for his fabulous movement and type which he passed on to his offspring. Landadel is sire to 65 stallions, 33 prize winning mares, 65 S-class jumpers who have won 960 prizes, 367 breeding mares. Landadel was the winner of the 100 day test in Medingen, Germany in 1985.
Damsire: ARGENTINUS – A Hannoverian stallion by Argentan I. At his 100 test he was third out of fifty four stallions. In sport, he was an S-class jumper, winner of many prizes. Argentinus is the sire of 20 stallions, 37 elite mares and several tophorses in both dressage and showjumping. In total 70 offspring who have earned a total of 1150 in prizes, including Isabell Werth’s new star, AMARETTO.
Solos Landtinus Pedigree
|Landadel||Landgraf I||Ladykiller XX|
|St. Pr. Dorle|