Shpectrum has spectacular movement with FEI potential. Win in the FEI Young horse classes with this tractable gelding, then take him all the way to FEI dressage. Shpectrum was named PREMIUM FOAL, FOAL of DISTINCTION and STALLION CANDIDATE at his foal inspection.
Shpectrum's sire, Sir James is an imported, 10-year-old 17.1 h. Hanoverian stallion by Sir Donnerhall out of a State Premium/Elite Feiner Stern mare. He is fully licensed with the German Oldenburg Verband (GOV), the Hanoverian Verband and the American Hanoverian Society. Sir James did his 70 day stallion test in 2011. He was the only three year old. He finished the test in 4th place overall with a score of 112.24, 3rd in the dressage and 7th in the jumping. Highlights include 9.5 character and temperament, 9.0 trainability, 10 constitution, 8.6 trot, canter, rideability, walk and 8.25 cross country. Sir James was shown in dressage in 2012, placing 1st in his first dressage test - First level test 2- 69.865%. He was also shown in hand where he was twice Stallion Champion, Mature Horse Champion and Show Reserve Grand Champion. He was the 2012 Year End American Hanoverian Society Champion Stallion.
Shpectrum's dam, Elite Stute Fhlora is half sister to the Bundeschampionate winner and FEI dressage competitor Callaho's Benicio. She is also half sister to another licensed stallion by Sunlight xx, and she is half sister to the 2007 German Foal Champion. Fhlora's dam was second in her class at the 2002 Ratje Niebuhr Mare Show in Germany. She was chosen by the Hanoverian Verband to represent the Hanoverian breed at the 2002 European Mare Championship. Fhlora received the highest score ever given outside of Germany at her GOV mare inspection- 8.4. She has been a breed show champion and has produced 2 Special Premium Mares and two colts named stallion prospects, including Shpectrum. All but one of her foals have been named Premium and Foal of Distinction.
Shpectrum will be very tall. He exhibits the potential to have FEI quality gaits with a forward thinking, volunteer attitude under saddle.