2006 Liver Chestnut Hanoverian Stallion
Height: 16.2 hh
Performance Tested at Adelheidsdorf 2009
Overall Score: 118.19 - 7th of 31
Riding: 134.27 (2nd of 31)
Jumping:94.21 (18 of 31)
Breeding Season: Closes August 30, 2020
Stud fee: $1000 + $200 Booking Fee
$250 Collection Fee
$100 Same Day Collection Notification Fee
*First collection is NOT included
Elite, Premium & multiple mare discounts
WFFS Test Results: N/N
Breeding Approval: American Hanoverian Society, American Rhineland Studbook, Hanoverian Verband, Oldenburg Verband, CSHA, CWHBA and KWPN-NA (Reg. A)
Fabregas was Dressage Reserve Champion of his Adelheidsdorf 70 day performance test in 2009 with a result of 134.27 points. In 2011. He was imported to Canada by Parkwood Stables in 2011, and competed with Inga Hamilton right up through the levels to Grand Prix in 2019 - all the while maintaining an active breeding schedule.
Fabregas was purchased in November 2019 by Oakwood Farms, and will stand the 2020 season in Lawrenceburg, IN at the farm.
Fabregas is the immensely charming son of the duplicate World Champion Florencio, who set standards with his victory scores of 9.5 and 9.8. Based on his own performance and heritability, Florencio is one of the most interesting sires on the European dressage stage. Sire’s sire Floristan has ranked in the top 10 WBFSH Dressage Sire Rankings for 9 years in a row now. Dam’s sire De Niro was again in 2017 ranked #1 in the WBFSH Dressage Sire Rankings.
Fabregas has produced numerous Champions at inspections and shows in Germany, Great Britain, Canada and the U.S. He passes on his correctness, typey looks, elasticity and beautiful gaits. Fabregas has two licenced sons and a number of St.Pr mares which underlines this stallion’s impressive breeding quality.
Fabregas has produced licensed stallion sons, Elite mares and award-winning foals.
Fabregas’s early years of breeding (2009-2011) overseas resulted in top awarded foals in Great Britain and Germany. Fabregas came to Canada in December 2011, began his North American breeding career in 2012. His first North American foals hit the ground in 2013.
In 2019, three of his foals were awarded the coveted "Gold Medal Foal" designation in the US and in Canada.
"Fax" by Fabregas - Photo by Mary white
Shown to the right, Gestuet Birkhof’s Feriado (Fabregas/Riccione) is one of two licensed stallion Fabregas produced in Germany before his move to North America. Ferido was licensed in 2011 This black stallion was awarded premium status (Prämienlot der Süddeutschen Körung in München, and Feriado won the South German Championship for 4 year old stallions in 2015.
Feriado by Fabregas/Riccione - Gestute Birkhof