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Mighty Magic


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Color: bay

Born: 2003

Height: 169cm

approved for: SF, Anglo-Arabe , Holstein, Hanover, Oldenburg,

Mecklenburg, Rheinland, Westfalien, SWB

What a record! In 2012 he successfully participated  in the CIC** Event in Kreuth with his trainer, Andreas Dibowski; in 2011 he placed in the German Eventing Championships in Luhmühlen; in 2010 he was the World Champion of seven-year old event horses in Le Lion d’Angers, France, after having taken silver the year before at the same venue in the class for six-year olds; in 2008 he took the Vice Bundeschampion title in the class for five-year old event horses.

Mighty Magic impressively proved his versatile talents at an early stage – and clearly passes on his noble looks, his willingness to perform and his ability to his offspring. Three of his sons have been licensed so far, including the premium stallion, Magic Graf.

Mighty Magic’s pedigree joins the highly refined bloodlines of two Thoroughbred stallions, Mytens xx and Heraldik xx. For many years now, Heraldik xx, who won many ribbons in advanced level show jumping, has ranked number one in the WBFSH’s list of the world’s best event horse sires.

The granddam Fiona VIII is also the dam of an advanced (S) level show jumper named Conradin (by Contender).

In the third generation you find Lavall I.

Holstein line 19

Mighty Magic -> Mytens xx / Heraldik xx / Lavall I


Mighty Magic completed an exceptional 30-days performance test in Prussendorf in 2006, scoring highest marks for basic gaits, rideability and show jumping capabilities.

Mighty Magic confirmed this fantastic overall impression at his 70-days-performance test in summer 2007. He participated at first tournaments in 2007 and placed in riding horse ability and combined classes.

Following various successes in event horse competitions, he became 2008 Vice Federal Champion of German event horses in Warendorf under Andreas Dibowski.

In 2009, he became Vice World Championship of six-year-old event horses in Le Lion d’Angers (FRA), crowning his career in 2010 at the same place with the World Championship-title of seven-year-old event horses.

He injured during a training session in 2012, which then deprived of competing at international level.