Stallions used @ Tyddyn Cochyn Stud


Caesar 171 - 1989 Bay Weser Ems SPSS ELITE

141 cm
Sire: Condor, Dam: Dina, Damsire: Askan

Awarded the British Breeders SPSS Performance & Breeding Award in January 2011, Caesar is graded Elite with the SPSS in recognition of his International competition successes. Caesar is a charismatic stallion with the sweetest of temperaments and the extra “Wow” factor and is an extremely successful sire with graded sons and daughters in Germany and is damsire of the Reserve Bundeschampion in 2008 & 2009. 

In the UK he has sired 3 SPSS graded sons, the 2014 National Novice Open Dressage Champion, the 2014 SPSS Mare Grading Champion and the 2012 Mare Grading Reserve Champion.  At the 2008 British Breeders Awards, LE Chiffre (Caesar 171 x Donnerwetter) was awarded the trophy for "Best British Bred Pony Foal" and in 2013 LE Chiffre emulated his sire by competing Internationally for GB.  In 2016, a further 3 British-bred Caesar 171 progeny, Cruz, Rosewater I Claudius and Ella, competed at FEI CDIPs - which is believed to make Caesar 171 the most successful British-based sire of British-bred dressage ponies to date.

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Fürst Romancier - a main premium champion who in 2009 became the most successful stallion of his year at the World Championships of 5-year-old dressage horses. At the German national championships, he came second in the qualifiers for the final with a mark of 9.0 before taking fourth place in the final as well as the World Championships for Young Dressage Horse.

He was awarded the highest marks of between 9.0 and 9.5 for rideability and the three paces at the stallion performance test. His sire: Fürst Heinrich was dressage World Champion and in his short time at stud, produced some extraordinary horses, such as the dressage World Champion of 2011, Woodlanders Farouche, and the Oldenburg champion stallions Fürstenball and Van the Man. Dam sire Romancier comes from the multi-successful Olympic dam line of Dodona. 

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Triomphe De Muze - BWP, 1996, 169 cm

Approved for: KWPN, BWP, SF, Z, AES, ISH

WINNER CSI5* Hickstead (Christine McCrea)
WINNER CSI3* Bourg-en-Bresse & Lons-le-Saunier
WINNER Puissance (Six Barres) Bourg-en-Bresse
WINNER Grand Prix Wellington (USA)

Triomphe comes from the famous"De Muze" stud in Belgium and is very well bred from his sire: Chin Chin and Damsire: Galoubet, sire of Baloubet du Rouet, both of whom went to the Olympics.

Triomphe is a blood typed stallion who will refine and modernize most mares. He produces energetic and athletic offspring with a lot of suppleness. We also recommend Triomphe for eventing breeders with TB or blood type mares looking for jump.

Triomphe is a true Gentleman, he is an extremely gentle stallion who will stand for hours on end being groomed.
The motherline has produced several top-level horses including Newton de Kreisker, Mylord Carthago and Bamako de Muze. His dam Caprice d’Ifrane produced seven international offspring including: Millenium Blue, Quaprice Forever and is without question, one of the best motherlines worldwide.

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Sandro Hit - 1993 Black Oldenburg by Sandro Song

A groundbreaking stallion who is influencing dressage horse breeding the whole world over. Sandro Hit is a top sire who produces absolutely first rate offspring. He has stamped his qualities on a whole era of modern horses, producing beautiful progeny with dynamic cadence. Ten of Sandro Hit's progeny have followed in his footsteps by winning the Bundeschampionat. His offspring are competing in advanced level dressage. He is a groundbreaking stallion who is influencing dressage horse breeding the whole world over.

Sire - Sando Song was a grandson of winning racehorse Sacramento Song xx, bringing in that all-important dash of Thoroughbred to refine the pedigree.

Damline - Sandro Hit's mother, Loretta, is one of the best breeding mares in the world. She also produced Grand Prix horse and Vice World Champion Diamond Hit, and premium stallion Royal Hit.

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