Future Hepsilon

Key data

Stable Name: Woody
DOB: 2017
Height: 16.2hh 
Upsilon x Heraldik xx

*Qualified for BYEH on his first outing

*By the superstar Upsilon and out of a Heraldik xx mare who has already produced 2 International Event Horses

*From the same DIRECT dam-line that produced CHANYON – 6th at the Tokyo Olympics, and EMBASSY II – €1m winning Grand Prix Jumper

*Ranked as one of the TOP 8 Young Stallions of 2021 by H&H

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About

Future Hepsilon is a superb example of the quality passed on by his super-sire Upsilon who was one of the world’s most exciting event horses. Hepsilon’s motherline has already produced International eventers and his dam is by the world’s most successful sire of eventers, the thoroughbred, Heraldik.  Hepsilon is the product of some of most outstanding genetics in the world.

The first four dams in his bottom line are responsible for over 64 horses jumping at 1.40m or above.  This includes, ‘Chanyon’ who was 6th individually at Tokyo Olympics, ‘Ben Maher’s 1.50m horse ‘Wintu’, ‘HS Chaccophanie’ the Danish Nations Cup Silver Medalist, Paul Schockemohle’s great stallion Qualdandro, and ‘Embassy II’ who won over 1 million euros in prize money…

From this same 4 generation dam line comes Team GB rider Yasmin Ingham’s Nations Cup eventer Night Line, who was 5th at Burnham Market CCI4* and 8th at Bicton 4* in 2021, as well as 16th at Pau 4*.

Future Hepsilon’s dam, Heraldik Girl-W, jumped to 1.20m herself and has already produced two international eventers.

Her sire, Heraldik, has sired International 5* event horses Butts Abraxxas, Butts Avedon, Butts Leon, TSF Karascada M, and Happy Times. He is also the dam-sire of Michael Jung’s World and European Champion La Biosthetique Sam.

The list of world class horses in the dam line of Future Hepsilon just goes on and on… The depth and breadth of this motherline is something very rarely found…

Moving to his sire line… Future Hepsilon is by the Nations Cup record holder Upsilon. He won at both Nations Cups and Event Riders Masters competitions and was Young Event Horse Vice World Champion as a 7yr old.

Future Hepsilon is only 5 years old in 2022 and has begun his career this season primarily jumping at BS Discovery and Open 1.05m level, and will be primarily aimed at both the Showjumping and Eventing young horse series this season.  At the Rockingham International Horse Trials Burghley Young Event Horse qualifier he impressed the judges to score 88 out of 100, immediately qualifying for the final… at his very first attempt.

Future Hepsilon has already been used by discerning breeders from the USA to Australia with his fertility proving extremely good.  From his first crop of foals born in 2021, two fillies were purchased by a European buyer for a rider who competed at Tokyo Olympics.

Future Hepsilon is a powerful, athletic stallion with an unquestionable talent for jumping. Performance in the family of Hepsilon is very convincing with close relatives on both sides of his pedigree jumping at the Tokyo Olympics.  This should give breeders confidence that by choosing him they are choosing proven genetics that CONSISTENTLY pass from generation to generation.

WFFS – Negative

Performance

Date Rider/Handler Venue Class Placing Comment

Progeny

Photo Name Year Comment
First foals due in 2021

Pedigree

Upsilon (1991) gr 16.3hh International Event Stallion. Nations Cup Winner.

 

Canturo br 1.68m (1995)

1.60m Showjumper

Winner of the Aachen Grand Prix

Cantus gr 1.71m (1981)

Caletto I (1975) 1.74m br

1.60m Showjumper

Cor de la Bryere (1968) 1.69m

Sire of numerous 1.60m Showjumpers

Deka (1967) 1.68m br
Monoline (1975) gr 1.61m Roman (1960)

1.50 m Showjumper

USA (1960)

1.40 Showjumper

Fara (1991) br 1.67m

Also dam of Afara Della Caccia 1.35m jumper

Calando I (1974) br

1.60m Showjumper

Cor de la Bryere (1968) 1.69m

Sire of numerous 1.60m Showjumpers

Furgund (1969) br 1.65m
Ulara II (1982) gr 1.72m

Descended from the great thoroughbreds Ladykiller, Marlon, Abernant and Manometer

Landego (1977) gr 1.67m
Lara (1973)
O’Vive X  gr (2002)

Dam of CCI*** eventer Trouble Fete ‘Ene HN’ as well as Upsilon.

Fusain de Defey X  gr 1.65m 1993 1.50m Showjumper

Sire of numerous 1.60m showjumpers and International Event Horses

Phosph’Or X br 1.68m  (1981)

1.40m Showjumper

Unicol’Or (1964) ch 1.62m
Diane de L’Or (1969) br
Jacinthe du Maury X (1985) gr Fol Avril X (1972) 1965 gr

1.40m Showjumper

Jasione X (1975) gr
Garce d’Aulix (1994) gr Quatar de Plape X (1982) gr 1.63m

Sire of multiple CCI**** Eventers and 1.60m Showjumpers

Emir IV X (1970) 1.65m gr

Sire of 1.60m Showjumpers

Flore X (1963) Ch
Em Giao (1970) Ch

Dam of the 1.60m International Showjumping Stallion Triple Espoir

Bouton D’Or X (1954) 1.67m Ch
OT Xang (1958) ch

Heraldik Girl-W (2003) DkBr

Foxhunter level (1.20m) Showjumper

Dam of International Eventer Uptown Girl

Heraldik (1982) 1.69m blk (Thoroughbred)

1.50m Showjumper

WBFSH Top 7 Sire for the last TEN years, including being No.1 Ranked Sire for 5 consecutive years!!

Caramel (1970) blk 16hh (Thoroughbred) Wiesenklee (1961) br 1.65m (Thoroughbred) Chief (1953) br (Thoroughbred)
Wiesenblute (1956) br (Thoroughbred)
Cranora (1955) (Thoroughbred) Cranach (1938) br (Thoroughbred)
Oreade (1944) (Thoroughbred)
Heraldika (1971) br (Thoroughbred)

Grand dam of licensed stallions Royaldik and Meraldik

Cale (1963) br (Thoroughbred) Tanerko (1953) dkbr (Thoroughbred)
Caleche (1958) (Thoroughbred)
Helga (1966) br (Thoroughbred) Dam of 2 licensed stallions Marcel (1948) ch (Thoroughbred)
Heja (Thoroughbred)
Perdona (1989) blk

1.10m Showjumper

Dam of 1.20m Showjumper Dolina as well as Heraldik Girl-W

Palermo (1965) br 1.69m Polaris (1959) br 1.66m

Sire of 1.50m Showjumpers

Polarfurst (1955) dkbr Trakehner
Corinne 1944 br 1.56m
Freiminka II (1950) br 1.64m  Ster Pref Feiner Kerl I (1946) blk
Freiminka (1944) br 1.63m
Lisandra (1985) dkbr

Dam of multiple 1.40m and 1.45m Showjumpers

Gepard (1974) ch 1.70m Gotthard (1949)
Feretria (1962)
Lisa (1977) br Hauptstutbuch Hann Lindberg (1971)
Drina (1970)

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