Rubin Royal is a stallion with a very magnetic personality. He is a performer and has the power to enchant his audiences. At the licencing for young stallions in 1999, he was awarded the I d-premium. He awed the judges with his brilliant type, sensational movement and great jumping qualities. Wherever Rubin Royal makes an appearance, he is always welcomed with a spontaneous applause. His first offspring have already won young horse classes which justifies his 12th place in the German wide Breeding Evaluation List for dressage horses.
In 2000, Rubin Royal completed his stallion performance testing in Adelheidsdorf finishing in fourth place in Leistungsklasse 1, with great critical acclaim from the press. In all aspects of the testing, he confirmed his abilities and talents with high scores. After the presentation of his first foals in 2001, Rubin Royal was undisputably awarded the 1 a-Main Premium Stallion in Oldenburg. Rubin Royal, from Seiferts own breeding, is a great example of a multi-talented stallion. In 2001, Rubin Royal was introduced into the dressage competition sport and was quickly qualified for the Bundeschampionat for dressage horses. Since then, in partnership with Dieter Weichert, he has won Prix St. George, Intermediare 1 and has qualified for the Nürnberger Burgpokal finals.
His father is the champion stallion Rohdiamant. The mother – Rumirell – has birthed three full brothers after Rubin Royal: Romanov, the young stallion – reserve winner from the Oldenburg stallion approvals in Oldenburg 2002 and Danish champion of four-year-olds, Rumicello and Rubino Vincento. The mother’s father, Grundstein II, has been consistently producing internationally successful dressage and jumping horses in the Worldclass-Niveau.
The high rideability component of these horses comes from the third generation father, Akzent II. The offspring from Rubin Royal is exceptionally elegant with fascinating movement and character. From the first group of offspring is the sensational Rubin Cortes, the first approved son and also the approved young stallion-reserve winner from the Oldenburg stallion approvals in 2003.
Since then there have been five approved sons in various breeding areas such as Oldenburg, Hannover, and Westfalen – all together they have a seldom-seen quality. At the Oldenburg Foal Auction in 2004, the Rubin Royal son, Radisson, was the highest seller for 40,000 Euros.