Sankt Erik II 1265
The winner of 2013 licensing in Dressage, Sankt Erik II, a Swedish-born stallion from a well-renowned Dam line is distinguished by his good temperament and excellent rid-ability.
Sankt Erik II is a well-developed, masculine stallion with a clean relaxed walk, a rythmic well-balanced and elastic trot. The canter is rhythmic and elastic with great self carriage and easy collection. His willingness to work and positive attitude was praised during the Stallion licensing where the test riders gave him the score 9.0-10.0 and ratings such as; easy to adjust in all gaits, three good gaits and very good ride-ability.
The ride-ability and temperament have had a big impact on Sankt Erik II’s career so far. He placed in Breeders Trophy 2013. In 2014 he placed in the Scandinavian Open and participated at the World Championships for young horses. He won the stallion class during the 2015 licensing. In 2015, he was ranked fifth at the Scandinavian Open and placed in the semi finals at the World Championships for young horses. He earned a second place in both Breeders Trophy and the Open Championship and was the Champion of the Winners under SIHS. At the age of 7, Sankt Erik II again participated in the World Championships for young horses with a high of 70.88%. He then completed the 2016 competition year with participation in the Breeders Trophy finals for 7-year-olds.
Common to his offsprings is an expressive beautiful head and a very good temperament. Even the genuine gaits are inherited. The 2016 winner of Lövsta Future Star was St. Erik II.
His sire Johnson won the Dutch Stallion Licensing 2005, was a finalist at the World Championship for young horses 2007 and now competes successfully in international dressage. Together with Hans Peter Minderhoud he won a team bronze and finished eighth placed individually at the World Cup final in 2014. At The 2016 Olympic Games they earned a 4th place with the team and a 9th individually. Johnson is considered to have a great ride-ability with a good temperament and according to the KWPN’s Breeding Evaluation Board, he also emphasizes the offsprings with a well-developed chest, sturdy withers and arched neck.
Grand-sire Weltmeyer is a top stallion who sired countless prominent dressage horses. He was 2004 ranked as the third best breeding stallion in international dressage and in 2005 was given a German dressage index of 152, with a 99% success rate. Weltmeyer has over 70 approved sons and his offspring have inherited both his capacity and temperament for dressage at a very high rate.
Grand-dam’s sire Amiral 764 was competed internationally and at the Olympic Games in dressage with success riden by Kyra Kyrklund and Pether Markne.
The dam Weuchette received a diploma for her gaits as a three year old and participated in Svenskt Avel och Sportchampionat (Swedish Breed and Sports Championship) as a 3-, 4- and 5-year-old. She also competed in the Scandinavian Open as a 5 year old. Weuchette is AB-premiered and has a 143 breeding index in dressage. Sankt Erik II is her first offspring. Grand-dam Mouchette was awarded a performance diploma as a four-year-old and is AB-premiered.
Sankt Erik II is approved by SWB and Oldenburg.