Height: 170 cm / 16.3 hands
Finland, France, Italy, Hanover, Mecklenburg, Oldenburg, OS-International, Poland, Rhineland, Sweden, South German Stud Books, Westphalia, (Holstein only via the Holstein Breeding Association)
Is there any better proof of the resounding inheritance of willingness to perform than a ranking amongst the world’s best show jumping and eventing sires? Hardly. Diarado is placed 13th in the current WBFSH ranking as the youngest representative amongst the show jumping stallions and second amongst the eventing stallions. Diarado owes this honour to his offspring.
In show jumping, they are Don Diarado/Maurice Tebbel/GER, Olympic participant, WEG team third, winner of the Grand Prix of Hagen a.T.W./GER, second in the Grand Prix of Prague/CZE, Samorin/SVK and Mannheim/GER, fourth in the Grand Prix of Doha/QAT and German Championship gold medallist, Donatello/Ashlee Bond/ISR, placed eleventh at the Olympics, winner of the Grand Prix of Tryon/USA and San Miguel de Allende/MEX as well as second in the Grand Prix of Wellington/USA, Dicas/Margie Goldstein-Engle/USA, winner of the Grand Prix of Deauville/FRA and Traverse City/USA and fourth in the Grand Prix of Wellington/USA and Saugerties/USA as well as sixth in the show jumping World Cup in Lexington/USA.
Diarado’s offspring who are successful in cross-country are led by Diachello/Jesse Campbell, who came fifth with the New Zealand team in the Tokyo/JPN Eventing Olympics. JL Dublin/Nicola Wilson/GBR won team and individual gold at the European Eventing Championships in Avenches/SUI and was unbeatable in the CCI4* in Hartpury/GBR. Dacapo/Laura Collett/GBR came second in the CCIO4* competition at the CHIO in Aachen.
Almost 60 licensed sons of Diarado are registered in Germany alone, including our double German Champion, Diaron OLD, the OS Champion Stallion De Quidam, the stallion performance test winner Diacontinus, the Holstein regional Champion Dinken and the main premium winner Diarado’s Boy, who have long since collected all the international ribbons, as well as the Hanoverian show jumping champion, Doom SR/Harm Lahde (6y.o.), the German Sport Horse show jumping winner Dialido, the Holstein Premium Stallion Delta One and a Hanoverian Premium Stallion.
Youngest stallion amongst the best show jumping and eventing sires in the world