Halona Amaree (A-Mar-ee)


Amaree's Pedigree:

HUN M HR051870000

Radihaza Martaloc-13



Solymasz I Angyom






Graded ZfDp










Amaree is a homebred Cremello Colt by Alba (Hungarian Warmblood). Alba has over 50% Tb/Arab and includes some lovely Dutch and German stallions which the Hungarians imported to improve their own Warmbloods. Amaree's dam 'Bianka' is a Polish Warmblood (35% Tb) mare who's sire is Hanoverian and dam Trakehner. Amaree oozes the quality you would expect with these bloodlines, which combined with his temperment, athleticism, fabulous paces and lovely conformation makes him an ideal choice for breeding a lovely dilute sporthorse. 

Amaree's Ancestors

Sire: Alba

2005 First crop of foals are now out competing with success BS & BD

Dam: Bianka

Quality and Modern Polish Warmblood that is Hanoverian x Trakehner

GrandSire: Radihaza Martaloc

Very popular Hungarian Sire with offspring competing in three main disciplines


GrandSire: Skaner A

Hanoverian Stallion born and standing in Poland, sire of Showjumpers


G.GrandSire: Bastion

Polish Trakehner Stallion, sire of Dressage and Eventers


G.G.GrandSire: Marlon xx

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G.G.GrandSire: Goliath

KWPN Sire of Eventers


G.G.G.GrandSire: Hatalom

1982, Sire of dressage horses and eventers

G.G.G.GrandSire: Boston

1983, 165cms Bay KWPN. Born in the Netherlands, standing in Czech Republic - sire of many showjumpers.

G.G.G.GrandSire: Madryt

Polish Warmblood Stallion, sire of Dressage offspring


Sicambre xx

1948; For sporthorses: Sire of Sacramento Song - influential TB jumper sire. Sought after in many European stud books including Holsteiner


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Le Mexico

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Mexico (Appears twice in Alba's pedigree)

Furioso's son Mexico was a gem of a cross, out of Dame de Ranville, by Talisman. Mexico's full-brother Furioso 11, became a foundation sire in one of Germany's most important breeding areas - Oldenburg. Mexico himself, stayed in France as a 'public officer' where he became the sire of showjumpers like Rambouillet (Grand Prix, Vienna), Rush du Camp (Olympic Games, Mexico City) and Jexico du Parc (Olympic Games, Los Angeles); Bred by that connoisseur, the late Alfred Lefèvre of Falaise, Le Mexico became the real successor of his male lineage. As a resident of Holland, he produced the approved stallions, Silvano, Ulft, Zelhem, Zonneglans, Astronaut and Expert. These half dozen have been important, especially Ulft, who has had a remarkable influence on Dutch Warmblood breeding.


1964, 166cms Bay Rheinland Keur Stallion. Showjumping Sire.

Furioso xx

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Pericles xx

1962, 167cms Brown stallion. Ster, Keur, Preferent, Kern, Super-Premium. Important Eventing & Dressage Sire. Winner of Class "A" in the UK in 1968. Exported to the Netherlands after the season 1968.


1960, 168cms grey holsteiner, son of Ramzes (shown below). Born in Germany, standing in Netherlands, awarded Keur status. Important showjumping sire.

Ramzes x (Appears twice in Alba's pedigree)

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Lucky Boy xx

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