Yalambi's Breeding Stock
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Born: April 1999
Siviola is a daughter of the stallion Wolfgang.
Wolfgang gave a striking performance in Ermelo at the Stallion Test, he earned nine’s for jumping under saddle, stable manners and training behaviour. In the national stallion competition he was successful with Henk van den Broek. Wolfgang’s offspring includes various approved sons in Europe as well as many international showjumpers who have been winning at Grand Prix level and World Cups. He also has several offspring who are doing well in dressage and compete at Prix St. George level.
Breeders would do well to obtain Landadel in the pedigree of their mares. Landadel is a known transmitter of movement and jumping technique. German breeders know this and covet their Landadel mares. Landadel, who passed away by accident at a much too-early age in 1996, was one of the most popular and successful stallions both within and outside of Germany. Hardly another stallion deserves the title of "foundation sire" as this impressive stallion. Considered to be the most outstanding son of the legendary Landgraf I, who himself is one of the top "stallions of the century." Landadel offers a high degree of certainty in his hereditary transmission. He is known for transmitting type, nobility, movement, color, and predisposition for jumping. Landadel was the performance winner in Medingen in 1985. His first foal crops already produced several approved stallion sons. His sons and daughters are sought after today for their herditary transmissions. Landadel's offspring are victorious in all sectors of the performance scene. Successful daughters include Lady Weingard, Let's Dance Girl, Luna Luna 2, Landiuga, and others.
Siviola was imported from Holland as a yearling in 2001 and is now a breeding mare. There are two daughters of hers at the stud: Yalambi’s Waltzing Matilda (b.Dec 2003) by Emilion and Yalambi’s Bellini by Conquistador (b. Dec. 2005). The latter is sold to New South Wales.