Lövsta Stuteri AB
A brief story of
Benefit is a beautiful stallion, which stands out from the crowd. He has incredibly bow-free and agile gaits with an uphill feel.
Available in Sweden, EU and USA
Benefit is not in breeding 2023, instead focusing on competing, but there is frozen semen available in very good quality.
VAT and transportation fee is additional costs. Price may be adjusted due to unforeseen events.
WFFS: Not a carrier of genetic condition.
For international orders, contact the agent for shipping cost.
Please contact our agents for further information about the availability of our stallions.
Europe: Groupe France Elevage
Brice Elvezi: +33662143940
Ib Kirk: +4521667916
Germany: Deckstation Böckmann
Wibke Hammermann: +491722926626
UK: Elite Stallions
Lorna Wilsson +441837880100
Sjaak van der Lei: +31612388706
Superior Equine Sire
Carol Austin: +13607582808
Benefit has a noble head, a well-proportioned neck, and a classic look. He has an excellent walk, a trot which is swinging, elastic, and flexible. His canter is flexible, rhythmic and shoulder-free.
Benefit was the winning stallion at the premiere in Oldenburg 2017 and Lövsta Stuteri acquired him at the subsequent auction. In April 2018 Benefit won his 14-day test in dressage in Schlieckau with a score of 8.66. He was also the best stallion overall, with a score of 8.40. The score was 9.50-9.50-9.50-8.50-8.50-9.00-8.50. In his first breeding year he was popular in Germany and his offspring lived up to the high expectations. Unfortunately Benefit had a minor injury in late 2019 and therefore could not take any tests for the rest of the season. Benefit has been an approved stallion in Germany since 2020.
His first crop already stands out by winning the Brilliant ring in Rastede 2022 and top price at foal and sport horse’s auction.
Benefit`s sire DSP Belantis, after Benetton Dream FRH 1301, was amongst other achievements placed fourth in the young horse World Championships 2014 with 9.26 points, and the year after became the silver medallist with a final score of 9.5. He was successfully competed by Isabell Werth in 2016 and 2017. DSP Belantis was named “Master Stallion” during the German Masters in Stuttgart 2017.
His dam Sam has an interesting bloodline. She combines the KWPN stallion Sion with strong bloodlines such as Weltmeyer, Akzent II and thoroughbred via Welton in the third generation. The grand sire Sir Tender has been successful up to Prix St. Georges. His sire Sion was stationed at a small stallion station in Oldenburg and produced 63 offspring who went on to compete at the elite level in jumping or dressage.
Benefit is an approved stallion by SWB, Oldenburg, Hannover, Westfalen and the south German federation.
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