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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How tall is Ideal? 

A. IDEAL is 16.2 hands. He was among the first of the new modern type to become popular among breeders. Often, people assume he is taller because of his muscular physique and strong bone. We have even had breeders question if he was too big for their mare. An interesting evolution from the early days when some predicted he wouldn't be successful cause he wasn't 17 hands.

Q. What color does IDEAL throw?

A. Over the years, about 1/3 of IDEAL'S offspring are grey. Then chestnut, blacks and bays.

Q. Why isn't IDEAL showing anymore?

A. We feel he  misses it and so do we. While IDEAL did very well on the show circuit, with a collection schedule of at least every other day, it is just too much to ask him to travel to shows. However, now many of his offspring are doing well in dressage, eventing and hunter/jumper competitions on his behalf. ( See Blue Ribbon Round Up.)

Q. How do I find out about Locations of  ISR/Oldenburg evaluations?

A. Go to www. isroldenburg.org and click on theTour. (Use your back key to return to this site.)

Q. How do I have a mare or foal approved? Does my mare or foal qualify? 

A. You'll find all that information at the same site. Go to www. isroldenburg.org You may click on here and use your back key to return to this site.

Q. By what Registries is IDEAL recognized?

A. IDEAL is recognized by the ISR/Oldenburg NA Registry, Oldenburg Horse Breeders Society, the Rheinland Pfalz-Saar International RegistrySelle Francias and the International Arabian Horse Association. 

Q. I know IDEAL'S sire was INSCHALLAH and that he was a French Bred stallion  standing in Germany and approved by Oldenburg, Hanoverian, Rheinlander, Trakehener and Westphalian German Registries. But, what was the dam?

A. IDEAL'S dam, PAMELA was a Hanoverian owned by the Mayor of Oldenburg, Germany. Pamela was by Furioso II out of Pallinchen one of three St. Pr. mares in her lineage. 

Q. Where can I find out more about the history of the Oldenburg?

A. There is a short history of the Oldenburg at www.oldenburghorses.com 

Q. How do we get to The Ultimate Piaffe?

A. We are just off Stafford Road at Childs Road. From Hwy 205 take Stafford Road Exit and go North. See Map Below.

 


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