First Flight Farm has incredible mares from only the top proven European bloodlines. Our Oldenburg, Brandenburg, Holsteiner and Dutch Warmblood mares are bred to only the top European stallions and as a result we have the foals of your dreams. We do not breed many, we just breed the best. With bloodlines such as Argentinus, Donnerhall, Cunningham, Quaterback, Araconit, French Kiss, Jonggors Weyden and more, our horses pedigrees read like the Who’s Who of the Sport horse world. The movement, temperament and intelligence of these horses are second to none.
This stallion is shown for lineage purposes only and is not owned by First Flight Farm.Sire: Vivaldi.Dam: Tolivia.Vitalis was Reserve Champion at his licensing in Westphalia, in 2009, thus becoming the first licensed son of Vivaldi. As a foal in Holland, Vitalis won the Dutch Foal Championships.In 2010, Vitalis performed well throughout his Stallion Licensing â€” being the highest scored stallion in the dressage phase. With an excellent HLP, in Warendorf, with 129.7 points, he delivered excellent marks for all 3 gaits, ride ability, and temperament.14 sons have been licensed so far, including Veneno, who was sold in 2014 for 310,000 euros. In 2015, his daughter, Victorias Secret, was Winner of the Bundeschampionats of four mares and Geldings. Two additional Vitalis children also reached the final and the daughter "Vienna" stood at the top of the Westphalian elite Mare show.In 2015, two daughters of Vitalis were in the finals at the Bundeschampionats . The 4-year-old mare ridden by Beatrice Buchwald was Victoria's Secret, the Champion, and Venecia was ranked fifth. His sire, Vivaldi, internationally shown by Hans Peter Minderhoud, already has 19 licensed sons in Germany. Vivaldi himself was Reserve Champion of his stallion performance test with 9.0 for walk and canter and 8.5 in trot. He won the Five-Year-Old Division of In the Pavo Cup in Holland, won in 2008 three times in the "Hengstencompetitie" and won 2009 at the finals of the KWPN-tournament series for stallions. This is where he received 10.0 for his trot. In 2014, Vivaldi dominated with his offspring at the World Cup for the six-year-old dressage horses in Verden, where his children ranked First, Third and Sixth. Vitalis' mother, Tolivia, was the winning mare of Limburg / NL 3-year-old mare division. The dam's sire, D-Day, was a premium stallion in Oldenburg and LK-I approved. He went successfully in dressage and was successful up to Prix St. Georges. Vitalis is already ranked No. 16 on the German dressage index with an index of 157, based on only 2 foal crops!
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