H-Ekwador x Jazz x Hill Hawk
Raven Hill is clearly a son of the successful Olympic Grand Prix stallion H-Ekwador (s. Heraldik xx). He moves uphill with a lot of flexibility and balance. His dam Ashley Hill Satt's sire is the dressage horse maker Jazz and competed at Z2 level in sport. This makes Raven Hill a dressage talent for the future and with his low relatedness to the KWPN population he could also be interesting for breeding.
Dam is the Elite, Sport-dr, D-OC mare Ashley Hill Satt (s. Jazz). She was competed at Z2 level. Her daughter Hayley Hill competed successfully at ZZ-light level with her rider Kim Morsink-Koop. The combination was successful at several championships. They became regional champion in the L2, reserve regional champion in the M1 and regional champion in the Z2.
Grandmother is the Hanoverian mare Dulderin (s. Hill Hawk xx). She produced the Z1 classified horse Zazcha Dulee Satt (s. Jazz), the Z2 classified horses Ashley Hill Satt (s. Jazz) and No Nonsense (s. Rotspon), the Hannover approved stallion Winnetou (s. Weltmeyer) and the ZZ -light classified mare Welderin (s. Weltmeyer).
In the mare line we also find the 1.60m. show jumper Sea Coast Coco (s. Berlini) and the approved stallions Conter (s. Continue) and Freisturm (s. Freiherr).
H Ekwador is an appealing stallion with very interesting bloodlines and many sporting qualities. With his royal appearance, he established an Olympic dressage career at Grand Prix level. He took part in the London 2012 Olympic Games, the World Championships in Lexington, three World Cup finals and as many European Championships Top Rankings at the Grand Prix’s in Odense, Leipzig, Bremen, Warsaw and Hagen adorn his sporting career.
H Ekwador is very versatile. the pedigree of E-Ekwador combines dressage with jumping and eventing. He combines the very best thoroughbred line of Heraldik XX with the fascinating Holstein line of Corofino I.
Sire Heraldik XX is without a doubt the best breeding thoroughbred stallion in modern sport horse breeding. He himself performed at World Cup level in international show jumping and is a successful sire of eventing, jumping and dressage horses. Herald II and Hoyo de Monterey are some of the famous GP show jumpers. Butts Avedon was the German national champion of the five-year-old versatility horses. Heraldik XX ranks third in the WBFSH ranking list as the sire of eventers. The greatest success in breeding he probably achieved at the Olympic Games in Hong Kong. There his sons Butts Abraxxas and Butts Leon with Ingrid Klimke and Andreas Dibowski won team gold in eventing.
Mother Enigma is a Holstein mare by Corofino (Corrado I x Fernando I). The maternal line continues with granddam Erna Klein. She is a daughter of the influential Landgraf I from Ninea, a descendant of B. Raimond.
H-Ekwador is approved by the KWPN, BWP, SBS, WKLP, Hanoverian and Holsteiner studbook.