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Lingh II

colour:       Bay
height:       170cm  
breed:        KWPN
year:           2007
breeding:   Lingh- Rousseau - Ubiz
licensed:    NZWA
stud:           Prestige Sporthorses Limited
service:      AI, Frozen
Fee:            $2200 (plus GST) (LFG)
                   $2000 (plus GST) with loyalty discount (terms apply)

Service fee includes first collection

Stud Master: 
Lisa Blackbourn / Alex Matheson
Prestige Sporthorses Limited
591c Pencarrow Road, RD 3, Hamilton 3283

M:  021 751 846  or  M:027 751 8466


Lingh II Pedigree

Son of Legendary Dressage Stallion Lingh
Lingh II is sired by the KWPN Licensed stallion Lingh – who was Edward Gal's former Grandprix star. Lingh was ranked number one dressage stallion during his competitive years.

Star Studed Dam Lines
His dam Warola is a super star in Holland and comes from a very successful dam line. She was bred by Van de Goor and put in foal as a 3 year old to the KWPN stallion Lingh. This breeding produced Lingh II – her only foal to date.

As a 5 year old she was the best placed mare of the 2009 Parvo Cup. After winning all her qualifiers she was 4th in the final behind KWPN Breeding stallions Westpoint and Wynton. The Parvo Cup is the biggest YH Championships in Holland & this was a fantastic achievement.

In 2010 she was shortlisted by the KWPN to represent Holland in the World Young Dressage Horse Championships. She has earned the Ster Mare status with the KWPN and is competing at Z level dressage.

Warola's pedigree is spangled with mares and sires elevated in the KWPN studbook. The tiles Ster / Keur / Preferent / Prestatie / Sport can be seen in every generation.  read more

Lingh II 
Lingh II brings to New Zealand the bloodlines of Lingh, Flemmingh, Rousseau & Olympic Ferro.

At only 4 years of age Lingh II has placed 6th in the Dutch Dressage Talent Championship & 9th in VHS Trophy Finals. He has won 12 out of 14 starts at L2 level & qualified for the Dutch Dressage Championships. He has 3 superb paces and his ride ability & temperament are outstanding.

Rising Star
Lingh II is now making his own way in the world of dressage. Through his own accomplishments he has been elevated in the NZWA Studbook to be an EliteStalllion.