YOB: 2014

Height: 17.1 hh

Color: Bay

Breed: Holsteiner

Breed Approvals: KWPN

Genetic Testing: WFFS N/N, D-OC Results Pending

Undeniable (“June”) is by Credence TSH (Chicardo, Acobat II, Landgraf I) and out of Ulrike (Cathalido/Calido I/Corrado I). She is also a Stamm 776 mare, a mareline particularly renowned for its production of sporthorses, with no less than 14 horses jumping 1.30 m+ in her direct mareline. In addition, June has two half sisters out of dam Ulrike that have found success in the 3’and 3’3″ Green Working Hunters already! June and her family characteristically have big, gorgeous, floaty movement that puts them at the top of the ribbons in the hack. Their canters are big, powerful, very well balanced, and they jump in easy rhythm out of it. June has nice bascule with just enough “look” to keep her jumping well through the years. In terms of disposition, June is that rare unicorn – she is sweet and friendly, a good work ethic, has incredible presence, and the ideal chill hunter ride disposition for an amateur barn. Her conformation is impeccable and without fault; she will finish around 17 hh and has excellent hooves, sufficient bone, a powerfully built shoulder and hip, and a gorgeous topline that is simply unreal. Like I said, Unicorn. She was bred to Balou du Rouet for a 2018 foal; this foal is a filly and will be retained. June will be restarted under saddle for her impending show career after this filly is weaned.


Undeniable will be formally started undersaddle in the fall of 2018, after her 2018 foal has been weaned. We look forward to presenting her in the Baby Greens in 2019.


Credence TSH
Clinton I
Acobat II
Calido I
Ilona XV
Calido I


Stamm 776 is one of the world’s leading stamm lines, having produced Sporthorses unnumbered. Just a few examples of the stallions from this line:

  • Acorado I and Acorado II
  • Lordanos
  • Ramiro Z

Undeniable herself also has two half-sisters out of dam Ulrike that have both proven to be successful in the 3′ and 3’3″ Green Hunters.

And the competitive sporthorses from her direct mareline (4 mares back):

  • Hoya (Granddam)
    • Conte Della Caccia (Canturo) – Jumped to 1.60 m
    • Canturada (Canturo) – 1.45 m
    • Concerado (Concerto II) – 1.40 m
    • Meike I (Concerto II)
      • Astras (Acorado I) – 1.60 m
      • Acoretto II (Acorado I) – L6 (USA)
    • Quirada (Quick Nick)
      • Haya Della Caccia (Acolord) – 1.40 m
    • Carlos DZ-Corrado (Carlos DZ) – 1.45 m
    • Ulrike (Cathalido)
      • Apphia (Picardo) – 3’3″ Green Working Hunters
      • Brynhilde (Picardo) – 3′ Green Working Hunters
  • Orama (Ronald)
    • Lord Incipit (Lord) – 1.50 m
    • Operette Incipit (Lord Calando)
      • Opera Incipit (Candillo) – L5, USA
      • Quicpit Zwo (Quick Star) – L7, USA
      • Quincipit (Quick Star) – 1.40 m
  • Tatajana 56 (Lorenz) – 1.40 m
  • Zerita (Landgraf I)
    • Hyacinte (Calando I)
      • M-Catalania DVL (Cassini I) – L7, USA
      • Sly (Ahorn) – 1.60 m
      • Bijou (Chin Chin) – L7, USA

Sires of Note

Dam Ulrike is a career broodmare herself, bred Cathalido/Calido I/Corrado I. This stacks the deck for her both in terms of athleticism, power, and grace as she is double up on Calido I – and she does pass his elegance, presence, and powerful canter down prepotently. Stamm 776 has widely been recognized as the leading mareline for sporthorse production; in her immediate mareline alone, there are no less than 14 horses that have shown at 1.30 m or higher. June’s half-sisters Apphia and Brynhilde have won in the 3’3″ and 3′ Green Working Hunters, respectively.

Grandsire Cathalido (Calido I/Carthago) is a gorgeous boy that jumped to 1.60 m in Europe and continued competing in the open jumpers after importation into the US. He is said to add a lovely, more modern type and easy, amateur friendly brains on his offspring and be particularly valuable as a broodmare sire. This makes sense, as Carthago comes through Cathalido’s dam and is particularly renowned as a broodmare sire. In terms of genetics, this means Cathalido (and Ulrike) could have inherited the same sex-gene “X” that Carthago passed on to his daughter! At his performance test, Carthago earned a 9.5 for free jumping and a 10 for jumping talent. He then competed successfully to 1.60 m. He is ranked #24 on the German FN by the Jumping TSP (performance of his offspring in sport) Index with 149 points and a 98% certainty, and #71 on the WBFSH list for Show Jumping Sires.

Grand-damsire Calido I is Cantus/Coriander/Roman which means he carries and interesting doubling of the Holsteiner Roman, who was a cross between an Anglo-Arabian and an old-type Holsteiner mare. Calido I had this utterly gorgeous canter/gallop, rhythmic, rounded, and he jumped smoothly and effortlessly like it was just another stride of his canter. For Ulrike, the doubling of Calido I has brought with it that gorgeous topline, presence, and canter/gallop that Calido I had. She also passes these qualities on prepotently to her offspring. Calido I is #70 on the WBFSH Show Jumping Sires ranking, and #28 on the HorseTelex Jumper Sires ranking. He is the sire of the very interesting Coupe de Coeur, who jumped to 1.60 m and earned over 550,000 euros in a variety of Nations Cups, World Cups, and Grand Prix

Corrado I scored 10s for his free jumping and jumping ability / training at his performance test, along with an 8 for rideability. He ended with a jumping score of 137, the highest of his year and finished 3rd overall. He went on to jump 1.60 m with a great deal of success including winning two World Cup Qualifiers and the German Championship of 1994. His success as a sire is no less than this, with his son Clinton placing fourth at the Olympics in Athens. Clinton ranks #25 on the 2017 WBFSH Jumper Sires Ranking and, in turn, has gone on to sire Cornet Obolensky, who is at #4 on the same WBFSH list. Corrado I is also a great broodmare sire; his legacy of excellence lives on through his daughters, who have sired stallions including Diarado, Quirado, and Cachas.

Sire Credence TSH (Chicardo/Acobat II/Landgraf I) tragically passed away at an extremely young age just as his sport horse and breeding careers were getting started. His sire, Chicardo (Clinton I/Corofino I/Redfort), was successful to the 1.40 m jumpers, won his Holsteiner licensing in 2007 with 52 bonits, and produced over 35 offspring registered with USEF – with at least one actively competing in each of the four major disciplines (Hunters, Jumpers, Dressage and Eventing) as of 2014. Chicardo, in turn, produced NAS approved stallion Carenza TSH, who is out of Pauletta – June’s granddam. This makes Carenza TSH a half sibling of June’s, through the very top and the very bottom of her pedigree. Photos of both Carenza TSH and Credence TSH can be found in the slideshow to the left.


Notoriety MFF

YOB: 2018

Height: TBD

Color: Bay

Breed: Dutch Warmblood – KWPN

Breed Approvals: TBD

Genetic Testing: TBD

Notoriety MFF (Balou du Rouet x Undeniable MFF (Credence/Cathalido/Calido I, Stamm 776)) is an extremely well built filly. She already shows a powerful shoulder and hindquarter with good proportions and excellent size.

Her sire, Balou du Rouet, graces the 2017 WBFSH Jumping Sires Rankings at #9, as does his sire Baloubet du Rouet at #8! Balou du Rouet is additionally known for producing lovely hunters, and he is in fact #7 on USEF’s 2017 Hunter Sires List. Many stallions of European descent are actually underrepresented in the USEF Sire Rankings, making this accomplishment particularly respectable!
Notoriety’s dam, Undeniable MFF, is a gorgeous, correct young mare. She has two half-siblings that have already shown success in the Green Hunters to 3’3”, and she looks primed to follow in their footsteps. Videos of these two girls can be found on Ulrike’s page under “Progeny”. Both mares are Stamm 776 mares, the Holstein mareline that is, well, notorious for producing capable and willing performers. More on this Stamm line is listed below, but suffice it to say its list of accolades is long indeed!

Notoriety is built powerfully enough it is likely she could do well in the jumpers; equally so, she moves well enough to be a top-level hunter. This makes her an intriguing cross for either discipline, not to mention for the possibilities of her future career!