The Oldenburg is a sport horse breed which has its origin in North Germany. Oldenburg have already achieved many international successes in show jumping, dressage and eventing. Originally the old typed Oldenburger were bred as heavy work horses, but in the 19th Century the demand for elegant but nev ... More about the horse breed Oldenburg
Rubignon- Oldenburg Stallion Standing At Eurequine LLC.
Rubignon, a black 16.2h Oldenburg stallion, listed for the Swedish Dressage team in 2008 and 2009 has 17 GP wins and placings including international wins in his name. Rubignon – Rubinstein/Donnerhall/Pik Solo, 4 generations of Grand Prix and international performance combined with fantastic character, temperament and type. Rubignon’s Dam “Una Donna’ is from the “Utoba” stamm with Samun xx and Vollkorn xx on the bottom. This Stamm produced the licensed stallions Azzarro, Landtinus, the International jumper Figaro’s Boy successful with Ludger Beerbaum and from Una Donna herself Racoon, Una Placida a successful jumper and Rubignon. Rubignon was the most popular breeding stallion for SWANA both in 2002 and 2003. He bred the following years in Germany and Sweden where he simultaneously had a successful Grand Prix career.
In 2011 Rubignon’s son Replay earned a spot on the Swedish team. His first competition representing Sweden yielded placings in the Baltic Grand Prix championships making the team the highest placed Swedish combination.
Rubignon's temperament is superb, true to his sire, “his movement even better than Rubinstein” said Oldenburg Judge Evelin Vollsted during Rubignon’s stallion licensing. Rubignon offspring are renowned for their amateur friendly personalities as Rubignon has consistently produced super talented and ridable offspring that are easy to work with, take places and show.