We chose Limited Lantina’s name to compliment the name of her half brother, Lantinus, who sold in 2002 for 215,000 Euros. This set the record price for the Hanoverian auction year which was the first time a jumper has ever attained this honour. She arrived, right on her due date of May 1st, 2007, in the early morning, courtesy of our mare, Mystic Bells (she was also the dam for Victory Bells and VoltÚ Royale). She is a beautiful bay filly just like her Mum, and will be a big girl, very tall, leggy and a real sweetheart. Her sire is the famous Hanoverian, Landk÷nig - see the “Broodmare” page for more info on him.
Limmie has started her flatwork and hunter/jumper training with me and is progressing well.
Newsflash - We have just learned that Lantinus has been ranked FEI World Number 2 Hanoverian Jumper after winning 3 Grand Prix in 3 weeks: Wiesbaden 100,000 Euro, Bourg en Bresse 100,000 Euro, Cannes 300,000 Euro and coming 2nd in san Patrignano 200,000 Euro. He is now ranked number 1 in the world and competed in the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.
Lantinus has won the 2009 $487,687 Rolex Grand Prix of Aachen.