License to Kill OTJ
Indoctro x Kimberly/Fruhling
2010 Bay OLDna Mare
License to Kill OTJ aka Amy was born April 1, 2010 in the US. She is bay and stands at 16.3 hands. She is registered with Oldenburg North America. Amy is in the ARS Main Mare Book and was accepted into the Jumper Breeding Program. She has also been approved MMB with Westfalen.
Amy was purchased as a young horse and was taken through 1.20m jumpers with her owner. She then suffered an unfortunate career ending injury and was retired to become a broodmare. Amy was presented to the American Hanoverian Society in 2021 and was sent through jump chute for Jumper Breeding Program approval. She received an overall score of 9.25 and won the Benchmark Perpetual Trophy for being the highest scoring jump chute mare for 2021. Amy has an excellent pedigree to back her. Her dam, Kimberly, competed to 1.60m and has produced several offspring who are currently or have competed at 1.20m and above.
Amy is currently in foal to Diamants Legacy for a 2023 foal. We are excited to see what she produces for us!
Indoctro is a living legend and is among the world's best sires. His offspring achieve successes at the highest level. At the Olympic Games in 2008, three horses by Indoctro attended: VDL Orestus, Don Porfirio and Picolien Zeldenrust. In Holland he is known as VDL Indoctro, while in Germany, following the Holstein naming custom, he is C-Indoctro. By any name he is one of the world’s most successful jumping sires. After being Champion of his stallion test, Indoctro went on to a successful international jumping career with Ulrich Kirchhoff. His main value has been as a breeding stallion, standing as one of VDL's foundation sires. Indoctro has been such a success as a sire for the KWPN studbook, that at the age of 16 he received the title: ‘Preferent’. At championships worldwide there are always Indoctro sons and daughters competing.
LANDJONKER (Ger) alias FRUHLING (Ned) a top stallion going by charisma, own performance and sire power. Landjonker alias FRUHLING began his breeding career in the Netherlands and either won or was highly placed in M- and S-class jumping contests. To date, May 2010, he has sired ten approved sons for Germany and is seen therefore as one of the outstanding Landadel sons in breeding. Landboy won the 2001 Mecklenburger stallion approval, Fighting Alpha was the dominating winner of the Stallion licensing event in Redefin and is parallel to his covering duties internationally successful in jumping under Lars Nieberg. Landjonker's offspring show diversability with a clear natural ability for jumping, proven clearly through the FN-breeding index. His offspring are highly noble in type and stand out with their fascinating movements. Year after year he sires premium foals and auction foals for many breeding areas. Landjonker's dam line - GRITTENA, Oldenburger Stamm 100 / KWPN breeding family 726 - has produced next to many other top dressage horses the internationally successful Brillant / Beatritz Ferrer-Salat (Spain) as well as the approved sons Avellynus and Aventyno by Argentinus and the winner of the ZfDP approval in Kreuth 2002, Sir Wilson. Currently the dam line of Landjonker produced 27 approved sons - as per end of 2019.
Landadel is regarded as one of the most important sons of Landgraf – and carries a double cross of the great Ladykiller, and bears out the theory that Landgraf worked best with mares with a high proportion of Thoroughbred blood. His dam’s sire, Farnese was famed for this extravagant trot, and was used as a demonstration stallion by the Holsteiner Verband – besides the movement, the line was noted for its great substance and good conformation. Farnese’s son Farmer was on the 1984 German Olympic showjumping team with Franke Sloothaak. Landadel’s stallion sons include Le Cou Cou, Landfriese I, Landstern, Landjonker, Landclassic, Landkoenig and Landor S. Landadel is the sire of four Oldenburg Stallion licensing champions: Lord Kemm, Lagoheidor, Landkaiser and Laudatio. Perhaps his most famous performer has been the mare, Lady Weingard, who was ridden in her competition career by Markus Beerbaum. Landadel’s grandson, the Hanoverian gelding, Lantinus (by Landkoenig out of an Argentinus mare) had an extraordinary series of wins in 2008 with the Irish jumping rider, Dennis Lynch. The pair won in Grand Prix in Rome, La Baule, Hamburg and Doha, to go to the head of the WBFH standings. In the 2007-2008 Monneron leaderboard of the top 75 jumping stallions in the world, based on the FEI results of the top 2515 jumpers, Landadel was 30th with 10 winners. Landadel’s son, Landfriese I, ranked 52nd with six successful competitors.