New Stallion Announced - ROCK MY SOUL - JUNE 2019

We are very pleased to announce the purchase of the “2014 Westphalian Licensing Premium dressage stallion” Rock My Soul WF, who will standing at Sigma Warmbloods in Vilna, Alberta, at the beginning of June 2019. He will be available for breeding to selective mares through live cover, on farm breeding and cooled fresh shipped semen.



Approved with CWHBA and CSH (pending).

Born 2012; brown; 170cm or 16.3hh; WFFS Negative;

Breeder: Elisabeth Albers in Loehningen, Germany.

Rock My Soul WF achieved the dressage breeding value of 130 at the 30 day stallion inspection in Adelheidsdorf, Germany in 2015.

At the 2016 sport riding test in Schlickau, Germany Rock my Soul WF impresses with exceptional gaits and passed with flying colors with an overall score of 8.24. (Individual scores: Trot 8.2; Canter 8.6; Walk 8.5; Ridiability 7.8, Overall Impression 8.4).

His type, elegance and hind action are impressive. He shows lightness and extension, especially in the walk.


Due to a fetlock ligament injury he had over a year off and is now just coming back into training.

Over 50% of his first two foal crops achieved Premium status in Germany, proven to be very strong in type and movement.

Rock Forever NRW

Rock Forever NRW

His sire Rock Forever NRW has proven his versatility by victories in the highest level of dressage. According to the FN breeding value estimation, he is one of the most versatile sires ever.

Top performance blood circulates in his dam line, proven by several premium mares and state premium mares in every generation.

Bred over Landstreicher-Damokles-Pilot you will find the famous stallions, Landgraf I, Ladykiller xx and Capitol in his pedigree. The direct grand dam and great grand dam of Rock Forever successfully competed in international competitions (e.g. Prinzess of Pilot under M. Beerbaum), but a long list of brilliant international successful sport-horses, produced by the direct dam-line, has to be mentioned as well.

As a phenomenal Reserve Champion at the 15th NRW-licensing in 2005, this charming youngster presents himself in a dark bay jacket – he convinced the public not only with his three excellent paces, but also with his phenomenal jumping talent. The licensing committee as well as the public praised his extraordinary exterior. His gifted double talent he inherited repeatedly to his offspring.  

2014 he brought more licensed sons, including the Westfälsichen premium stallion Rock My Soul, so that it can currently proudly look back on 48 licensed sons. With his son Rocky Lee, he is the grandsire of the 1.2 million Euro horse Revolution.

Fürst Heinrich  (Photo courtesy: Gestut Sprehe)

Fürst Heinrich
(Photo courtesy: Gestut Sprehe)

Fiona’s sire Fürst Heinrich who was retired early, was the champion stallion at the 30 day trial tests in 2001, the Oldenburg Stallion Champion in 2002, and was celebrated as the world champion of five-year-old dressage horses in 2003. With Van the Man and Fürstenball he has twice sired the Oldenburg champion stallion. He is also known as the dam sire of licensed Sir Heinrich and his sisters Candy (Oldenburg Mare Champion, mare performance test winner, County Champion and Bundeschampion) und Cindy (Oldenburg Vice Mare Champion, County Champion and Bundeschampion).

Franzikus WF

Franzikus WF

Rock My Soul’s grand dam Antara produced the Bundeschampion premium stallion Franzikus WF (Ingrid Klimke) and with De Niro the approved stallion, Grand Prix winner Demati. Her sire is the former Bundeschampion of German Dressage Horses, Alabaster.

The dam line is based on the Irish thoroughbred-mare Daffy Toban xx (TB-family 2) who produced the stallions Count on Me, Grafenstein, Winston and of course International sport horses Grand Girand (Grand Prix Dressage) and Calman (International Grand Prix Jumper).


M3 GUERTY Gervantus II X Donner Bube

(Donnerhall, Iris De Notre Dame, Gotthard)
2011 Canadian Warmblood Mare

Guerty has a strong Dressage foundation and has recently made a switch to the jumper ring. She is showing great talent, work ethic, and enthusiasm. She has been to a few rated jumper shows bringing home double clears and ribbons consistently in the .90m divisions already. She will be moving up to the 1.00m+ levels over the winter season. This mare is a brave, bold, and careful, with scope to spare. If you’re looking for your next competitive partner in crime do not miss out on this mare.
Located near Edmonton Alberta 

Sigma Warmbloods Sire: Gervantus II

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Please Contact Josefina Kaderabek for more information - (780)720-4562

Remembering Royal Blend

Sigma Warmbloods and Family Wüthrich are sad to announce the passing of Hannoverian stallion, Royal Blood. Born in 2001, this striking dark chestnut impressed with his suppleness, his movements, which swung through his whole body and his walk, which were valued with the highest scores. He became a guarantee of success in the big arena and collected successes in dressage at the highest level.

Royal Blend was the reserve champion of his stallion performance test. He combined two of the Hanoverian State Stud's proven bloodlines, that of Rotspon and 2006 Hanoverian Stallion of the Year with Laurie's Crusader xx, Grande and Duellant. And at the 2005 indoor dressage show at Vechta, he was proclaimed the Best Hanoverian Stallion born in 2001, based on his performance test results and a competition under saddle at Vechta. 

Passing peacefully at the end of March 2018, Royal Blend will always be a remembered and be a part of the Sigma Warmbloods family, with his beautiful energy and gentle spirit.

With the passing of one, comes the beginning of another, as we look forward to welcoming his offspring this coming summer from our mares. 

Royal Blend

2001 - 2018


Spotlight: FVF Figaro (B.C., Canada) of Gervantus II


As we enter 2018 we're excited to share our first Spotlight of the year. 

Welcome Kasey and FVF Figaro and THANK YOU for sharing your story with us. 


Almost 1 year ago, I met the love of my life, Figgy. As soon as I saw him, I knew he was the horse for me. He was friendly and sweet, and yawned twice before I put his bit in (which he still does today), which we took as a good sign. Sure enough, after the first ride, I fell in love.


My name is Kasey Lathangue, I am 16 years old, and I live in BC, Canada. I have been riding for five years now, and have leased a few horses, but I have never made quite a connection like I have with Figgy. 

FVF Figaro, or Figgy, is a 15’3hh black Canadian WB gelding out of Gervantus II. He has had a successful past in the hunter ring, showing up and down British Columbia. and Thermal, California, USA,  winning Champion and Reserve all over.

When we got him, we started out as hunter jumpers, but lately we have noticed his huge potential in the dressage ring, so we made the switch. He has gorgeous movement and catches everyones eyes in the show ring. Figgy looks just like a smaller, daintier version of his dad. 

Not only is he an awesome athlete, but he is my best friend on the ground, always nickering when I come to fetch him from the field, or following me around just because. He has stolen my heart and many others with his loving temperament, and he’s received lots of pears for it, they’re his favourite :)

Figgy and I will be showing first level dressage at local shows, and possibly Thunderbird this coming season, and I couldn’t be more excited to get started.



If you want to keep up with Figgy and Kasey’s daily life, you can follow them on Instagram at @kaseylat.eq


Photos courtesy of Kasey Lathangue.

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Spotlight: Don Royal (Skellefteå, Sweden) of Royal Blend


Earlier this week we touched based with the lovely Johanna Larsson and who lives in northern Sweden in a small town called Skellefteå.  

Johanna generously shared her story and some recentphotographs with us. 

To follow their journey together make sure to follow Johanna + Don Royal on Instagram @larssonlarsson


Don Royal   e: Royal Blend    ue: Don Gregory Born 2008, but only ridden properly for 1.5 years and began competing May 2017.  


I bought Don Royal in August 2016 from a lovely family, where the mother unfortunately broke her back a few years ago falling off of a horse. They purchased Don Royal when he was 4 years old from the breeders Lena och Ulrik Kristensen in Denmark. They bought him as an promising dressage prospect, but they really never got the chance to do something with him because of her accident. 

When they tried to sell him, he bucked everyone off! My friend and I were a few of the only ones that stayed on and they really thought that he chose me! He had the nicest eyes you could imagine, and I fell in love at first sight!


A few weeks later the work began. He suffered from "cold back" (he got panic when the saddle got on his back and he usually bucked away). I fell off a few times and got really scared, because it's a long way down from a horse that's 1.75m tall! But I never gave up. I got the best trainer who helped and believed in me!

My plan was to practice all year and compete in dressage in the  2018 season, but I got really brave and so the competing began! 

After a summer and autumn of competing, we placed in almost every competition.  We won and beat out riders and horses with lots and lots of experience. And the best part was that I accomplished this with a horse where I (with help of my trainer) did all the work. 

If it wasn't for his lovely personality I may not have overcome my fear. He is like a big dog, as kind as he is tall. I really love him and would not ever change this horse for anything!

Photos courtesy of Johanna Larsson.

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Royal Blend Sire Rotspon is Hanoverian Stallion of the Year 2017


Excited to announced that Rotspon, sire of our Royal Blend, is the Hanoverian Stallion of the Year 2017. 

The Rubinstein/Argentan-son Rotspon was nominated “Hanoverian Stallion of the Year”. Breeder Christiane Müller from Stade was overjoyed when she accepted the award for her deceased husband Hans-Heinrich while the Celle state stud stallion went for his victory lap, much to the delight of the enthusiastic audience. The black stallion occupies a kind of background position in breeding, particularly on the maternal side. Apart from above-average basic gaits, he passes on his super rideability to his progeny – qualities that riders all over the world appreciate. 

Rotspon was born on February 22, 1995 at Hans-Heinrich Müller’s in Stade. The passionate breeder believed in the black colt and presented him at the 1997 stallion licensing in Verden. The State Stud Celle purchased the youngster at the Stallion Market and gave him the name: Rotspon – a tradition-rich North German expression for high-quality red wines. The pedigree of the stallion reads as amazing as the names of French wines. His pedigree features Hanover’s trademark stallions Rubinstein, Argentan, Pik Bube and Wendekreis, turning Rotspon into one of the most important representatives of the dam line of Noreja. The Olympic eventing horse Amadeus is a successful and well-known progeny out of this line. The dam, state premium mare Antalia, already confirmed her rideability and quality of movement when she won the prestigious Hanoverian Riding Horse Championships at the age of three.

Rotspon convinced at his stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf. He was the best of his age-group, scoring 148.72 points in the dressage evaluation and 145.67 points overall. He prevailed against Londonderry, the former winner of the stallion licensing and nominated “Hanoverian Stallion of the Year” in 2013. Rotspon’s victory at the stallion performance test in 1999 brought his breeder Hand-Heinrich Müller the Freiherr von Stenglin-Award.  

His breeding career led Rotspon to the North German region called “Land Wursten” between Bremerhaven and Cuxhaven to the Oberndorf insemination station, less than 50 km from Stade, his place of birth. The mares there perfectly matched his hereditary qualities, and he is still popular with the breeders in Dorum today, 18 years later. State premium mare Romanze is one of his first progeny, winner of the 2002 Ratje Niebuhr-Show in Verden. His sons Rascalino and Royal Blend moved to stalls at the State Stud Celle. Almost 100 of his sons and daughters are successfully competing at the advanced dressage level, and he has been siring 277 auction horses until today. Rotspon established an excellent reputation as dam’s sire. His genes can be frequently found in the pedigrees of successful dressage horses such as Olympic Champion Showtime FRH, member of the German gold squad with Dorothee Schneider in Rio de Janeiro.

His breeder Hans-Heinrich Müller unfortunately did not live to see this success. His wife Christiane was completely overwhelmed when she accepted the award on his behalf, an oil painting of the artist Manfred Busemann and a well-remunerated cheque. The Hannoveraner Verband has been honouring a particularly valuable Hanoverian stallion since 1992 in co-operation with the insurance company R+V/Vereinigte Tierversicherung. (Courtesy of

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Spotlight: Genesee of Gervantus II


As Sigma Warmbloods continues to build its online community we'd love to hear your stories! We'll be posting little Spotlight's here to check in on some of our offspring.

We're kicking it off with Krysta Denboer and her beautiful mare Genesee from Gervantus II.

Krysta: I purchased her back in April when I was moving up from my old horse. I got her from Brittany McCully, whom I understand got her from Slip Stream Farms (where her dam Echo Logic is).


Genesee (or Jenny as I call her) and I have been working together to build up our skills and relationship. We work on a lot of transitions, and flat work. We also jump a couple times a week in lessons. 

I am a hunter/jumper and at home we have been schooling 2'3-2'6 fences and courses. We went to our first show this summer together showing in the 2' classes. Jenny took home ribbons from every class we entered. I was extremely proud of her. She was the same horse off property that she is at home, if not better. I can't wait for the next show season where we will go to more shows and hopefully show at a higher level.


Jenny loves carrots and treats. She enjoys getting groomed and will lean into you when you are brushing her. We go for walks together and she often will follow me around. She has a great personality and the softest eye. I have never once had any attitude from her, even when you know she is annoyed or frustrated with me. 

People say that when you find your "heart" horse you know, and I have defiantly found that in Jenny

Photos courtesy of Krysta Denboer.

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Remembering Gervantus II

Sigma Warmbloods and Family Wüthrich are sad to announce the passing of Oldenburg stallion, Gervantus II. Born in 1987, this 30 year old stallion has sired successful show jumpers, Olympic contenders, award champions and premium mares. 

Passing peacefully in August 2017, Gervantus II will always be a remembered and be a part of the Sigma Warmbloods family. 

1987 - 2017