Rotspon: Hanoverian DE331310112695, 1995 black 1.68m
Rotspon has become a well known sire from the Hanoverian State Stud, at Celle. He is one of the few direct sons of the famous Rubinstein left in breeding. From Rubinstein, Rotspon inherited a good constitution, a very good character and all around athletic ability. He is know for making lovely, kind and calm hunters, eventing prospects as well as dressage horses.
As an individual, he is a striking looking stallion, with good muscling and charm. His offspring tend to have a good to very good walk, are typey looking, medium sized and appreciated.
He was licensed in 1997 and won his stallion Performance test in 1998, scoring a very good 148.82 points in the dressage portion and overall score of 145.67..
Rotspon has begun creating his own branch of the Rubinstein I dynasty with many approved sons (29) and States Premium daughters (115), as well as high-priced auction horses and stellar performance horses. Rotspon holds a Breeding Value Index of 127 points.
Rotspon’s son, Rosevelt, competed for Team USA at the 2016 Rio Olympics. With his rider Allison Brock, Team USA won Bronze. Rosevelt also won the 2015 Grand Prix in Wellington, FL and did it again one month later at the Grand Prix CD13*.