Dam is by Pik RavenClaw who has sired many Hunters, Jumpers and Eventers. Sempatico M was imported from Germany where he finished his testing for lifetime approval. DNA tested HOMOZYGOUS-100% color guaranteed, which makes him one of only a very small, elite handful fully licensed for Warmblood breeding and pedigreed homozygous Warmblood stallions in the world! As a foal Sempatico was the Bundeschampionat" National Champion ZfDP. He is by the Oldenburg approved pinto stallion Semper, who is by Sandro, the Holsteiner stallion who is also the sire of Sandro Hit, Sandro Song and has a total of 36 approved sons, 308 approved mares, 27 states premium mares. Semper's dam Imago is an Elite Preferent rated KWPN mare, by Samber the world's most influential and successful pinto Warmblood of all time. Sempatico's dam line is also impressive, VPrSt Indian Dream, is a Verband Premium mare who is by the Dutch stallion Ico who is by the Keur Preferent rated by the KWPN, Trakehner Marco Polo. VPrSt Indian Dream is out of Sabrina, a Westphalian mare.
Cougar received top sport horse of his year, scoring 76%. He was ISH Champion Stallion at the RDS 1997, Champion ISH in ISA awards 1997 and Dressage Ireland, Medium champion 2000. His progeny and now competing in all spheres of equestrian disciplines of Dressage, Show Jumping, Eventing and Working Hunter.
Contucci accolades include having earned the titles USEF Dressage Breeding Sire of the Year in 2005, and USEF Dressage Sire of the Year in 2009, and is consistently ranked in the Top 10 of the USED Sire Rankings, he has sired licensed stallions and many Premium/Elite daughters. Contucci’s sire, Caprimond, was a successful Grand Prix competitor and was the 1989 Trakehner Stallion of the year and his Dam, Laureen received 9’s on all her gaits at her MPT. Contucci’s offspring are typically forward-thinking, sensible, and well suited for junior and amateur riders. From breed shows in-hand through the Grand Prix level, he proves time and again his ability to sire dressage champions. Contucci won the dressage portion of his 100-Day test with an impressive 147.11 in dressage (1st) and 81.12 in show jumping (23rd) to finish third overall out of a group of 28 stallions with an index of 127.60 points.
Rodioso was approved by the German Oldenburg Verband (GOV) in 1999 and achieved scores of a ‘10’ on character, ‘9’ on conformation and ‘8’ on temperament and rideability. He had lovely gaits and a superb show record both in hand and being named Grand Champion Stallion at The Devon Horse Show in 2001 and showing through Grand Prix Dressage. Rodioso earned 3 USDF Bronze Medals and 2 USDF Silver Medals for Derby Farms’ students and achieved the Gold Medal scores with his owner. Rodioso was a Class I Oldenburg Stallion, his pedigree was outstanding that lead him to produce wonderful tempered offspring. He has sired over 65 foals in his lifetime of which 80% went Premium. Frozen semen still available and he has had many “frozen” foals that are successful.
Grand Champion Stallion and Oldenburg IBC Winner at the prestigious Devon Horse Show, 2001.
Champion Stallion & Mature Horse at the New England Dressage Association's CDI Breed Show, 2001.
1st in Oldenburg Stallions in the USDF All Breeds Horse of the Year, 2005.
Grand Champion Stallion for the Pacific Northwest Series of Cosequin/USDF finals, 2005.
Goldmaker successfully completed his 70 day Stallion Performance test on November 12th, 2011, making him the ONLY cremello Thoroughbred stallion in North America to be fully licensed and approved with a warmblood registry.
Throughout the 70 Day Stallion Test, Goldmaker proved himself to be enthusiastic and talented over fences, demonstrating beautiful bascule and lovely form. He received high marks for his rideability, character and temperament. He wowed the judges at the testing - both registry inspectors and testing judges - with his exceptional cross-country ability. With a balanced, cadenced canter, a good trot, extraordinary jump, and willing, forward temperament. He should make some exceptional hunter prospects as well as some talented eventers with the added bonus of the unusual coloring.
Goldmaker's unusual cremello coloring guarantees mare owners that their foals out of bay, chestnut or black mares will be buckskin, palomino or smoky blacks - a bonus to go with his exceptional conformation, temperament and athletic talent.