If you dream of breeding a sport horse foal with beauty, size, and nobility...
Paramoure was the only approved breeding stallion by the late imported Trakehner, FEI dressage stallion, KASPAREIT. Foaled in 1998, he is bay and stands 16.2 hands.
The American Trakehner Association stallion inspection committee approved Paramoure for breeding, saying:
- “A strong coupling and a moderate length of back...
- “...a beautifully harmonious, smooth topline with a long hip and a long croup.
- “This horse has a lot of engine behind him and the transmission to put it forward.
- “This is an uphill horse....
- “We believe he will impart a lot of correctness to his offspring.”
Paramoure was injured prior to completing the performance requirement for full licensing with the ATA and later gelded due to continuing problems with the injury. Prior to his injury, Paramoure had a very successful show career on the line at U.S.D.F. sport horse breeding shows. U.S.D.F. judges awarded him scores as high as 90.60%, with comments including:
- “Conformation: Massive bone. Good top line. Straight legs in front and back. Classical.”
- “Walk: Straight, regular, good impulsion.”
- “Trot: Exuberant. Straight. Very nice.”
- “General Impression: Good Manners. Impressive.”
Paramoure won many championships, and his consistent record earned him the title of ATA Champion Stallion of 2002.
The owners of Paramoure babies are delighted with their foals, some of whom are already following his footsteps with rated show wins of their own. His foals are distinguished by their consistent quality and stamped by the traits contributed by his rare combination of bloodlines.
Follow the links below for photographs of Paramoure, detailed information on his bloodlines, and a look at his offspring.