Oldenburg • 1991 • Bay • 170 cms
|Landadel||Landgraf I||Ladykiller xx|
|St.Pr.El. Fureida II||Godehard||Gotthard|
|El.St. Fureida||Furioso II|
Landor S is bolstering his profile as a top sire of international sport horses.
Before retiring from the show ring, Landor S was an outstanding sport horse. He was “Bundeschampion” of 6-year-old jumpers in 1997 and was later named Oldenburg “Sire of the Year” and victorious in show jumping classes up to 1.50m.
Though Landor S himself was a talented jumper, his greatest legacy is that of his offspring. There are countless numbers of extremely talented horses from Landor S and he has proven time and time again that he is capable of producing champions.
Landor S comes from an incredibly talented bloodline. Numerous top sport horses including the international show jumper Laertes and his full brothers, Landwerder and Lagoheidor, both successful in Grand Prix dressage, also come from this very successful line.
Half brother Coulthard was the silver medal winner of the Olympic Games in Hong Kong.
His descendants have already won more than 1.55 Million Euros in Germany.
The internationally designed WBFSH list of the top sires in the world showed that Landor S is the best Oldenburger sire (2010, 2011 and 2012)!
More than 120 horses are successful in the big sport in Germany. There are many more worldwide. Blue Loyd and Cian O’Connor won the bronze medal at Olympic Games in London 2012. Leoville and Philipp Weishaupt won the Global Champions Tour at Monte Carlo. Nael Nassar won the $1Mil-Grand-Prix at Zoetis, New York with Lordan by Lordanos – Landor S (breeder: Gerd Sosath).
Landor S is an outstanding sire of amateur horse and international show jumpers. Lobster and Levante (Sören Pedersen), Leoville (Philipp Weishaupt), Lacapo (Alexander Hufenstuhl), Blue Loyd (Cian O’Connor), Lord G (Beezie Madden), Rabea (Holger Wulschner), Wandor van de Mispelaere (Samantha McIntosh), Generation (Mario Stevens), Kuan Yin (Julia Schönhuber) and Petula (Takashi Haase) are some of the horses which are very successful at international level.
They won international Grand Prix, were present at major championships and placed in World Cup competitions. Many offspring are also very successful with amateur riders and bring them championships in show jumping, dressage and eventing. The multiple talent of Landor S’ children was shown when Le Carré (Kai Rüder) became “Bundeschampion” of the 6-year-old eventing horses.
Landor S has produced more than 40 licensed sons so far. Twice the young stallion champion of OS was by Landor S, his son Lauterbach became runner-up of the Oldenburger jumpers in 2004 and 2006.
His daughter Lady Heida was the 2002 German Champion Mare with emphasis on jumping.
Landor S produces noble horses and he is very compatible to solid mares which need a bit more “blood” and elegance. His descendants are very intelligent and careful at the fence with best technique.