Mares - Lumenette P


Name: Lumenette P
Bloodlines: Totilas – Houston – G. Ramiro Z
Height: Mature to 16.1 h / 167 cm
Colour: Dark Bay
Markings: Star and three socks
Year of Birth: 2016
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Genetic Testing Predicate: D-OC, WFFS N/N

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Lumenette “Lotto” is a striking daughter of the dressage legend Totilas. An extremely powerful mare with a super inquisitive character she inherited her sires expressive movement and charisma.

As a foal, Lotto won her Keuring class. She was awarded First Premium making the prestigious KWPN-NA Dressage Top-Ten List as a yearling and then a year later as a 2-year old.


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Totilas is one of the best dressage horses of all time: Three-time record breaker, three-time gold medallist, eternal legend.

Totilas requires no introduction. A legend in his own lifetime, he brought dressage into a new era. Known for his fantastic, expressive movement and his harmony with his rider, Totilas is now proving himself as valuable as a breeding stallion as he was a sport horse.

A dressage stallion in perfection, a living legend of such a quality that is certainly unique: Totilas set three world records, which he himself had broken again and again under Edward Gal. Within the space of only two years, this exceptional stallion won all the titles there are to win.

Totilas was the first horse in history to break the 90% barrier, scoring 90.7% to take home individual and team gold at the 2009 Windsor Europeans. He followed this up with three gold medals at the 2010 Kentucky World Equestrian Games, having also scored 92.3% at Olympia 2009 to set a record that would stand for four years. In 27 appearances at international grand prix with Edward Gal, Totilas scored over 80% on 24 occasions. The pair won three World Cup qualifiers and then the World Cup Final as ‘s-Hertogenbosch on a score of 89.8%. Under Matthias-Alexander Rath, Totilas was part of the silver medal-winning team at the 2011 Rotterdam Europeans and finished fourth individually. On his only appearances against Valegro (at Aachen 2014), Totilas was the undeniable victor; winning both the grand prix and the grand prix special on 82% and 84%.

From a breeding perspective, Totilas continuously sets new records: In 2012, he produced the most expensive foal of all time, Total Recall (knockdown price 200.000 euros) at the foal auction in Vechta. Total Ideal cost 105.000 euros at the Oldenburg Summer Mixed Sales and Tout le Monde was sold for 90.000 euros at the Oldenburg elite foal auction in 2011. Since then, 20 of his sons have been licensed, including Toto Jr. who was sold for a top price at the Hanoverian Stallion Market in Verden in 2013 at 100.000 euros. In 2016, he won the Pavo-Cup of five-year-old dressage horses in the Netherlands. Governor and Top Gear were both Reserve Champions of their licensings and Talismann (knockdown price 360.000 euros) was ranked in the Verden premium lot in 2014. In 2015, his daughter True Love OLD was 2016 Ic Brillantring mare at the Oldenburg elite mare show and highly placed at the German national championships. In 2016, after winning the qualifier to the final, she became vice-champion of Germany. His offspring are of strong character and highly sought-after for dressage sport. They convince through excellent rideability and are very successful in basic and young horse competitions.

His sire Gribaldi was champion of the 1995 Trakehner Licensing in Neumünster, and was later approved for KWPN, Oldenburg and the Danish Warmblood societies. At the age of four he won the stallion class in s’Hertogenbosch and took reserve champion honours in the Pavo Cup for four-year-old dressage horses. Under Edward Gal he had an impressive international career, winning the 2004 Zwolle International Stallion Show Kür with 73.70% and the Kür at the CHIO Rotterdam. Gribaldi was proclaimed Elite by the Trakehner society in 2003, and in 2005, based on the performance of his 6- and 7-year old offspring, the KWPN awarded him the Keur predicate. In 2008 Gribaldi was proclaimed Trakehner Stallion of the Year. At the time of his death in 2010, there were 707 KWPN registered Gribaldi mares, over 300 of which had received the ster predicate. Among his offspring are Painted Black, Sisther de Jeu, Hofrat, Siro, Unee BB, Atterupgaards Orthilia, Winnetou GEP, and more than 60 other offspring competing at grand prix. In 2014, he was the leading sire of the WBFSH world ranking dressage list.

Totilas’ dam produced two other offspring competing at intermediate and advanced level, as well as Totilas’ full sister Uusminka. From his grand-dam Elsa came the advanced level dressage horses Talan and Uljanoff. Damsire Glendale is a son of grand prix showjumper Nimmerdor, prolific sire of jumping horses, while third sire Akteur is the sire of grand prix horses in both jumping and dressage. On the dam side, we have Glendale, Akteur, Pericles xx and Farn, predominantly sires of Holstein blood, who have always played a leading role in the internationally orientated performance breeding of the Netherlands, on the basis of the Oldenburg foundation line of Freiminka (by Godin-Rheinfürst etc.). Many successful sport horses and licensed stallions stem from this line, among them Iowa, Topas, Palermo/Wolfgang Kun and Marius/Caroline Bradley.

Totilas’ offspring are impressing as much as their sire. From his first crop, 10 sons were licensed with various societies. He now has more than 20 stallion sons, including Total Hope, who is out of Rio individual silver medallist Weihegold OLD. His son Trafalgar won the stallion competition for his age group at the KWPN show in February 2017, while in 2016, the top two spots were occupied by the two Totilas sons Toto Jr. and Governor.


Lotto’s dam Odette N is an imported Elite, Preferent, D-OC mare by the Keur KWPN dressage stallion Houston. Odette was awarded Ster in Holland and attended the central merriekeuring in Groningen where she finished 3rd in her large class.

In 2003, Odette successfully completed the Dressage IBOP at the Iron Spring Farm Keuring in the USA to receive the Keur predicate. Odette’s high IBOP score earned her a respectable #8 placing in the KWPN-NA prestigious Top-Ten list.

Odette is a stunning mare with outstanding gaits, she is a powerhouse and her extremely supple uphill movements are complemented by the fantastic articulation of her hind legs. Odette passes her amazing movement on to her foals who all seem to have her talent for dressage.

This mareline has produced multiple top sport and breeding horses. Odette’s offspring have won their keurings and many have been Champion Young Dressage Horses of their Keurings.

For three consecutive years, Odette’s sensational offspring by KWPN dressage star Glock’s Johnson TN Keur [Jazz x Flemmingh x Sultan], Draganette P, Elcho P and Farhenheit P have shared success receiving First Premium and the special ribbon for Champion Young Dressage Horse at their Keurings in 2008, 2009 and 2010!
Hocus Pocus P v. Uphill won his keuring as a foal then in 2013 as a yearling he was First Premium and on the prestigious KWPN-NA TOP FIVE list for Dressage Yearlings. In 2015, Kolette P v. Uphill was Champion Young Dressage Horse at her Keuring and was the TOP Dressage foal in Canada with the KWPN. In 2016, Lumenette D-OC v. Totilas won her Keuring class and was First Premium Top-Ten List as a yearling and a year later as 2-year old. In 2018, Navajo v. Apache was First Premium Dressage Foal.

To date Odette has produced: 1 Keur mare Zolette P v. Prestige, 2 Elite mares Draganette P v. Johnson and Godiva P v. Uphill and 1 Ster gelding Elcho P v. Uphill.

In 2011, as a three year old, Draganette P Elite, D-OC won the most prestigious sport horse bred award in Canada, The Governor Generals Cup.

Odette’s sire Houston is a famous son of Belisar. His dam, Ciola, is half of a living twin and is now Preferent. Ciola’s sire, Pion, is one of the most important pillars of breeding of Dutch dressage horses.

At his performance test Houston was noticed straight away for his excellent basic gaits, a feature that lies anchored in his pedigree. Houston was convincing as a dressage horse during his performance test in Ermelo, the jury described him as a friendly stallion with a lot of presence, possessing roomy, rhythmic and harmonious basic gaits. His scores at his performance were: walk 8, trot 8.5, canter 8, rideability 8.5, jumping under saddle 6, free jumping 5, character 8, stable manners 9, trainability 8. He gives the rider a good feeling when sitting on him. He has excellent presence, and jumps with little effort.

Seth Boschman and Annemieke Vincourt-Krom showed Houston successfully on the light tour. Houston has a positive influence on model and movement. With his high index scores, he passes on to his offspring his fantastic way of moving with a superb use of the hind quarters.

Without doubt Houston belongs to the better progenitors of dressage horses in the KWPN stud book and as proof of this, in early 2006 Houston was awarded the predicate of Keur by the KWPN.

His offspring have beautiful heads, are nice types, and have very good movements in their hind quarters.

In 2002, Houston furnished two appointed stallions in the KWPN stallion selection in Den Bosch. Symphony [Houston x Columbus] was the champion of the stallion performance testing in 2002, impressing with his beauty, charisma and excellent movement, and was highly praised by both the public and the judges. Sergio (Sam-Sam) [Houston x Zandigo], provided a classic example of how a dressage horse must move, and became one of the top-priced horses of the Select Sale. In 2005, Houston again had a topper! Vincent [Houston – Jazz] was a real eye catcher in Ermelo. Not only was he approved in November 2005 (under the name Valdez) but also he was champion of the selected stallions.

The mare offspring of Houston are also performing very well. Naomie [Houston x Zevenster] made her mark with Valeron (by Sandro Hit) who was the runner-up of the 2005 stallion selection. Valeron was the topper of the KWPN Select Sale and moved to the stables of Zegwaard for EUR 150,000.00 and was approved by the KWPN in the 2005 Autumn tests.

Lotto’s grand-dam, Zilvernette, is a Keur, Prestatie KWPN mare by the prolific Preferent stallion G. Ramiro Z who is without question one of the most influential jumper and dressage sires in the world. G. Ramiro Z was Champion of his stallion test in 1969, was awarded the title of Horse of the Year in 1992 and has through the success of this offspring earned the tag of Euro-Stallion. He sired the approved sons: Almiro, Bernstein, Dageraad, Damiro, Elmero, and Zeoliet. One of his most famous offspring is the superstar show jumper Ratina Z who won both gold and silver medals at the Barcelona Olympics as well as the Volvo world cup and many grand prix’s. Ramiro is also the sire of the 2004 Athens Olympic Medalist Royal Kaliber, and is grandsire to Athens Olympics super stars Montender and Butterfly Flip. Besides these names, there are hundreds more offspring competing and winning all over the world.

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