For many years The Oaks acquired Holsteiner Stallions with world class European jumping blood lines. Although the great International Grand Prix Jumper Champion and sire South Pacific died in 1998, he is considered The Oaks’ Flagship Stallion of our fleet of extraordinary Holsteiner stallions. The Oaks maintains a frozen semen bank from South Pacific and all of our other outstanding stallions. The Oaks presently offers frozen semen from the stallions listed below:

South Pacific – by Silvester out of Kamera by Cor de la Brye’re Private Treaty
Luganda – by Labrador out of Wiga by Caletto II $2,000
Ocean I – by South Pacific out of Rene’ by Ramzes $2,000
Canaletto S – by Caletto II out of Sedan by Lord Private Treaty
Cheer – by Caletto I out of Hetaere by Sable Skinflint Private Treaty
Lennox – by Landgraf I out of Rike by Calypso II Private Treaty
Challenger – by Cor de la Brye’re out of Paria by Leander Private Treaty
Solomon – by Silvester out of Optik by Ladykiller $2,000
Champagne – by Chin-Chin out of Autholocity by Authenticity $2,000
Farenheit – by Fargo out of J-Conga by Condus $2,000
Southern Showtime – by South Pacific out of Amerens by Nimmerdor $2,000

All of The Oaks’ Stallions demonstrated excellent dispositions and competed successfully in the Jumper Division, Hunter Division or both. Many of these stallions competed successfully in the International Jumper Futurity and were nominated for the IJF. T

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    South Pacific

    In 1984, South Pacific was the Champion Stallion of the North American Holsteiner Breeding Program. In 1994 he won the $20,000 ESSO Grand Prix at Spruce Meadows and placed in 16 other National and International jumping competitions...

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    Luganda won the $50,000 Oaks International Grand Prix and placed in the Los Angeles National Grand Prix in 1997. He went on to win the $15,000 Red White and Blue Festival Derby in 1998 before retiring to Stud at the Oaks Farms.

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    Ocean I

    The Holsteiner stallion Ocean I by South Pacific out of Rene’ by Ramzes combines the three famous Grand Prix jumping blood lines of Silbersee, Cor de la Brye’re and Ramzes.The Holsteiner stallion Ocean I by South Pacific out of Rene’ by Ramzes combines the three famous Grand Prix jumping blood lines of Silbersee, Cor de la Brye’re and Ramzes.

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    Canaletto S

    Canaletto S placed second in the $25,000 Britton Family Intermediate Jumper stake and 7th at the Albertan at Spruce Meadows in 1995. He was Reserve Grand Champion Modified Jumpers at the Desert Circuit and placed in the PCHA/Jimmy William Futures Circuit in 1994.

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    Cheer’s sire, Caletto I was a Grand Prix Jumper Champion in his native Germany. His dam, Hataere by Sable Skinflint was an International Open Jumper Champion and Cheer himself consistently placed on the West Coast Grand Prix circuit during his show jumping career.

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    Lennox combines the two famous jumping blood lines of Landgraf I and Cor de la Brye’re. His wonderful disposition and outstanding jumping technique placed him consistently in the High Preliminary Jumpers in 1996 and 1997. As a four year old he was the International Jumper Futurity Western Regional Reserve Champion and placed in the Final Stakes for both Five and Six Year Olds.

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    Challenger won and consistently placed in the Futures and Gran Prix competitions. He is a brother-in-blood to Jumper Champion, Chaka Khan, one of the three highest scored Stallions within the AHHA.

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    Solomon, a brother-in-blood to South Pacific, became one of the rare stallions in the American Holsteiner Horse Associations’ Studbook to have produced a permanently licensed son (Solomon’s Pride). Henceforth, he will carry an [E] after his name for ‘Elite” and any further offspring by him will have that recorded in their pedigree. In 1997 Solomon was the highest scoring Stallion at the AHHA Stallion Approvals at The Oaks Valley Center Ranch. He competed successfully in jumpers throughout his career.

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    The Holsteiner Stallion Champagne is by Chin-Chin out of the Thoroughbred mare Autholocity by Authenticity. Chin-Chin was a consistent winner throughout his Grand Prix career, placing fifth individually in the 1988 Olympics in Seoul.

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    The Holsteiner stallion Farenheit by Fargo out of J-Conga by Condus placed first in Low Modified Jumpers at Showpark in 1999 and 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in the Modified Section One at The Oaks that same year. He competed well in both the IJF and Preliminary Jumpers through 1993 to 1995.

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    Southern Showtime

    Southern Showtime competed in the International Jumper Futurity for Four Year Olds in 2002 and was the Five Year Old Classic winner in 2003.