Golden Lagacy 

Golden West NRW/Rubignon/Rampal

 Legacy is a Premium Weser Ems colt. His pedigree looks like a list of Dressage Royalty!! His sire is the outstanding double Bundeschampion GRP stallion Golden West NRW!! Golden West Earned the letters NRW added to his name for his successes in both sport and breeding. He is the only pony or horse outside of Germany to be awarded this honor!!
Even though Golden West is a relatively young stallion he has all ready sired many stallion sons and even Bundeschampion offspring!
This colts dam’s sire is Rubignon!
Rubignon represents 4 generations of the most valuable dressage bloodlines through the Grand Prix stallions: Rubinstein, Donnerhall, and Pik Solo. He was listed for the Swedish Dressage team in 2008 and 2009, and has 17 Grand Prix wins and placings including international wins in his name.
His temperament is superb, true to his sire, “his movement even better than Rubinstein” said Oldenburg Judge Evelin Vollsted during Rubignon’s licensing. It is noted that Rubignon's best feature is his incredible mind and ride ability. Rubignon was the most popular breeding stallion for SWANA both in 2002 and 2003. He bred the following years in Germany and Sweden where he also had a successful Grand Prix career.
In 2011 Rubignon’s son Replay earned a spot on the Swedish team. His first competition representing Sweden yielded placings in the Baltic Grand Prix championships making them the highest placed Swedish combination.
This foals Grand sire Rubinstein I, born out of a Royal Dressage Family, was a son of Rosenkavalier who was a stallion performance test winner and is considered to be one of the most significant Westphalian sires today. Rubinstein was reared from probably the most eminent dressage dynasty worldwide and was given the title, “Stallion of the Century”. He had 40 wins at Grand Prix level, was a member of the 1996 Olympic team, sired 89 state premium mares and 66 approved stallions and was the father of top auction horses and Grand Prix winners.
Rubinstein is known for passing on his wonderful temperament and movement. Offspring by him are frequently sought after by professionals and amateur riders alike for their willingness to please.

This colts great grand sire Donnerhall, is considered one of the best stallions of the later half of the 20th Century. Donnerhall’s talent was apparent right from the start and he scored 131.92 to be second in his performance test at Adelheidsdorf in 1984.
Donnerhall’s competition career is legendary. He won many Grand Prix, Grand Prix Specials and Freestyles. In 1994, Donnerhall was individual bronze medalist (and team gold medalist) at the 1994 World Championships at The Hague. Donnerhall won the European World Cup Freestyle League final standings twice, in 1997 and 1998. He retired from competition in 1998.
Known for throwing his superb character, temperament and willingness to work, Donnerhall offspring are successful in sport all over the world. He passes along train ability and the strength to handle more collected work. The 2007 Hanoverian Stallion book records that Donnerhall has had 763 dressage competitors - and even 84 in the jumping ring - for total prize money of Euro 1,502,302. He is the sire of 48 licensed sons.
This colts maternal grand sire is Rampal . Rampal is the epitome of the Iron Spring Farm breeding program. He possessed world-class bloodlines, had an incredible Grand Prix career and has sired international stars. All of which earned him the high honor of the Crown predicate from the KWPN. Rampal’s excellent character and ride ability, coupled with incredible movement made him fun to ride and fun to watch. 
Rampal was an exceptional Grand Prix dressage horse. He had 14 wins at that level, including the Championship at the Royal Dressage Festival CDI and the USET Festival of Champions. Rampal was also short listed for the United States Equestrian Team.
Winning Offspring
Rampal is a noted sire of Grand Prix dressage and jumping horses. His son Ovation was a winning international show jumper who competed in Europe with Olympian Markus Fuchs. The pair won the Puissance class at Olympia in London, clearing 7’3”, and again in Rome jumping 6’8”. Rampal’s offspring have won multiple championships at breeds shows, including the Grand Championship at Dressage at Devon, as well numerous KWPN-NA annual awards. He’s also produced winning hunters, equitation horses and eventers.
Performance Achievements
• 14 Grand Prix wins
• Grand Prix Champion, USET Festival of Champions
• Grand Prix winner Royal Dressage Festival CDI
• Short listed for the United States Equestrian Team
With a pedigree like this we definitely have high hope for this little guy!!!

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Golden West NRW