Secret: Baden-Württemburg, Black, 2014, 172cm
So, here is an interesting new face! Stamped by his solid sire, Sezuan, Secret shows rectangular frame and strong joints and bones. His face is softened by his dam’s sire, St. Moritz (by the beautiful stamper stallin, Sandro Hit) Combined with Rotspon on the dam’s side, who seems to have imparted his nice loin connection and round butt – the end result is a very pleasing, kind, hard-working youngster!
He is approved by the German Oldenburg Verband, and still needs to do his Stallion Performance Testing this April for full licensing.
Secret shows three very good, free moving and supple gaits. He is only 3 years, so his power has not fully developed, but the gaits are lofty and easy for him. His movement is flowing and certainly ground covering. The conformation of his legs is excellent, with well set hocks, good stifle and symmetrical, round strong hooves.
He exhibits a high degree of rideability.
I walked into the stall of this young stallion, not knowing who he was, and was immediately captivated by his presence. His future holds promise, and thankfully he is in the management of Ekhard Wahlers, Gestuet WM, who is dedicated to the well being and future sports success of all of his stallions. They realize that they have a rare jewel in this youngster and are committed to bringing him along slowly and thoughtfully. Enjoy the video of this work of art!
After an approved assessment test, Secret is recognized for Oldenburg, Westphalia, Rhineland, as well as all southern German breeding associations.