Emissary SF

2007 Grey Hanoverian Gelding - 16.2hh

Emissary SF is an enormous talent and an exceptional individual. This young gelding is the complete package! “Giles” has a confident, powerful jump with scope and style to boot. If you are looking for a prospect for the big jumps or something that has the style to do the Derbies, he is your man. Our grey stunner is bred to jump and is true to his lineage. He has an expressive jump, ground covering gaits and tractable attitude. Giles easily jumps a 3’6 course, has some show experience and is ready for more. He has proven his ability at each and every stage. He is honest, brave and athletic. He has met every challenge we have presented to him. Giles is ready for the next step in his training, refinement of his skills and the challenges of the big show circuits.  His half brother, Embassy II,  is a winning Grand Prix stallion for German team rider Hans-Dieter Dreher. They has won numerous Grand Prix and competed at the 2013 FEI World Cup Jumping Finals.

Emissary SF's sire, Escudo I, is renown as an internationally successful sire of hunters and jumpers in the US, Canada and Europe. His dam is from a proven show jumping family. She received 9's for jumping and is a full sister to Far Star, which represented the US in the World Championships for Young Jumpers in Belgium. His granddam produced Agincourt, Champion jumper in FL, Indio, Spruce Meadows, and Animation, multiple Champion AA jumper at Indio and winner at Spruce Meadows.


Emissary SF, born 2007, Breed Registry: American Hanoverian

Escudo I
Espri Eiger I v. Eisenherz
SPS Diplomatin v. Diplomat
SPS Athene Arkansas v. Adlerlass
Winzerin v. Woermann
EM Fair Lily (JBP)
First Gotthard Furioso II v. Furioso
Gotik v. Gotthard
Pia Blanca (JBP) Pik Solo v. Pik Koenig
Ambling Picture xx v. And Behold xx

Escudo I is the 2009 Hanoverian Stallion of the Year. He was the winner of his stallion performance test in 1994 and achieved a convincing 144.90 points in the jumping category. He is a son of the Celle State stallion Espri, who is known worldwide for producing outstanding jumping horses, such as "E.T." Escudo I exhibited phenomenal jumping talent at testing. He won the 1996 Hanoverian Show Jumping Championships in Dobrok in 1996, and the six-year-old Jumper Champion title in 1997. He was also the winner of several show jumping competitions at "S" level in 1999. Escudo I is outstanding in type and expression, is well-muscled and has excellent gaits. So far, Escudo I has produced convincing crops of foals, including several winning foals at regional foal shows and the top price foal of the Verden Spring Auction in 1998. He has a show jumping breed value index of 151 points and 145 for riding horse points. He sires horses with excellent type and a fighting spirit for jumping.

First Gotthard combined the unparalleled bloodlines of Furioso II and Gotthard. He and the remarkable Dutch stallion Voltaire were the only two living stallions in the world offering this bloodline combination. Furioso II was heralded as perhaps the most influential foundation sporthorse stallion on record. First Gotthard's dam Gotik/Gotthard, has produced three other licensed stallions: Furstengold, Furstenstolz, and Ingold. He was ranked among the top 10% best producers of jumpers among stallions of his age group. First Gotthard had a jumping index of 142 as reported in Der Hannoveraner magazine. First Gotthard’s offspring include the licensed stallions Fuerst Gotthard (The Titleist) and Fuerst Ramses, and many Elite Mares. His offspsring have excelled in hunters, jumpers and eventing.

Pia Blanca is nationally recognized as a top producer of jumping horses. Among her offspring are the GP stallion Agincourt; Far Star who was the highest placed Hanoverian at the 2003 World Championships for Young Jumpers in Lanaken, Belgium under Laura Kraut; Animation, national Champion AA jumper, and Champion at Indio and Spruce Meadows. Three of Pia’s daughters and one granddaughter were selected for the Hanoverian Jumper Breeding Program.

EM Fair Lily is a full sister to Far Star and was the co-winner of the Benchmark Trophy for best jumping mare in the AHS. She passed her Mare Performance Test with an 8.11, with 9’s for jumping, 8’s for rideability and 7+ for gaits.

JBP: selected for the Hanoverian Jumper Breeding Program, minimum score of 8 o/o 10 for entry.