Malteser Gold

German WB / Hessen flaxen dark chestnut
 born 1983 / 16.2 hh

Marduc
Trak.

Halali

Gabriel

Gigant

Erbin

Historia

Herbstwind

Hymne

Madeira II

Ferlin

Maharadscha

Feh

Malvenblüte

Hansakapitän

Märchen

Altamira
Hess.

Ratsherr
Westf.

Radetzky

Ramzes x

Malta v. Vornholz

Flora v. Dackmar

Fechtmeister

Jourlante v. Dackmar

Althea
Hann.

Arnost

Abhang

Farmkönigin

Altena

Alpsee xx

Althea

 

A proven sire, MALTESER GOLD combines the very best of sportshorse-pedigrees with his noble yet extravagant coloring.

His sire MARDUC is widely considered to be one of the most important

Trakehner stallions of today, and has justified this view by consistently producing Championship sons and daughters as well as Dressage horses to S (4th) level. MARDUC himself proved himself capable of combining stud-duties with his own career in the Dressage Arena.

On MALTESER GOLD’s dam’s side we find the great Jumping-horse sire RATSHERR, who is considered a guarantor for Jumpers of high rideability; as well as ARNOST, by the great Hannoverian sire ABHANG I, who are contributing some more Trakehner noblesse to an already impressive pedigree.

ALPSEE XX, sire of the mare ALTENA, was sadly only used sparingly. He did however produce not only a large number of successful Racehorses, but also some S class Jumping Horses.

MALTESER GOLD has sired over 5 graded stallions and has hit the headlines in breeding circles, especially because of his always highly placed State Premium daughter MALTESERIN. His son MORGENGOLD I was sold in 1991 after being successfully graded by the Breed Association Rheinland-Pfalz-Saar. He went to Ireland and was the most successful horse of his class in 1992 - within a year of arriving.

MORGENGOLD I sired the graded Palomino Stallion MEGA-STAR and has a further graded son in Ireland, called "Sparkling Golden Major".

Two further stallions by MALTESER GOLD are currently successfully covering mares in Germany: The full brothers MANGOLD N and MORGENGOLD II – both of which are noteworthy not only because of their ability and breeding, but also because both are the rare and desirable Palomino in color.

Text by Claus Schridde
Translated by Petra Rüttiger

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