|Thoroughbred X x Trakehner
Pedigree / Bloodline Connection
- Semen Chilled
- Semen Frozen
Approved by / Studbook
- TRAK - Trakehner Verband e.v.
- TBF - The Trakehner Breeders' Fraternity
Olympic Games 2016
Winner of Badminton CCI****2015
(The only stallion EVER to win Badminton)
World Games Bronze Medal Caen 2014
European Games Bronze Medal Malmo 2013 Winner of Bramham CCI*** 2012&2013
Highest ranked Competing Stallion Ever
Top Ranked BEF Futurity Eventing Stallion
Bred in East Germany, Chilli Morning was bought to be a competition horse and his rhythm, movement, jump and scope will impress anyone. Combined with his fantastic temperament and trainability he is not only one of very few successful eventing stallions but is also the ideal sire for the next generation. His sire, Phantomic, a German thoroughbred who goes back to the legendary Northern Dancer won 11 times on the track clocking up $139,000 in winnings. Although in a different discipline, Chilli Morning's competition results are equally impressive with wins throughout the grades, most notably winning Bramham CCI*** 2012 & 2013 and Badminton CCI**** 2015. He has also been a regular on the British Team; European Championships 2013, World Championships 2014 and Olympics 2016. He maintains his status as highest ranked competing stallion and has just been added to the BHS Hall of Fame.
Chilli Morning stands at West Kington Stud, owned by Tim and Jane Holderness-Roddam and run by Tessa Clarke. West Kington Stud is based just 5 miles south of the famous Badminton Horse Trials in North Wiltshire and it is one of the largest AI collection centres in the country.
|Numerous progeny have received high scores and premiums at BEF futurity assessments. Stock produced are well limbed, athletic and are proving to have Chill Morning’s fantastic temperament and trainability.
He has a number of offspring competing successfully with Gemma Tattersall, most notably Chillis Gem who represented GB at the 2016 le Lion d’Angers Young Horse championships
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