Although there are several Bavarian Warmbloods who do well in competition, there are a couple of horses that really stand out from the rest. These horses have become legendary in their own right and have set a standard for all to aspire to become. The offspring of these horses are also proving themselves to be winners and champions worthy of mention and aspiration.
- This horse has qualified four times for the German Federal Championships. Lord Sinclair was also a two time German Young Horse Champion. He was a principal premium winner at the Oldenburg Stallion Days. This horse also proved to be a commanding winner in the 1999 Stallion Performance Test. He is also a Prix St. George Winner.
Lord Sinclair is one of the top level dressage stallions and he possesses an abundance of performance genes which are deeply coveted. As a dressage sire, he is currently one of the most famous in the world and of all time. Few horses can match his quality in character strength and the scope of his movement. His paces are enormous and he carries himself with an air of elegance and honesty toward his rider. He became one of the top priced horses in 1997, bringing a price of 2.8 million German marks (about 2.1 million USD).
Lord Sinclair has several offspring and over 20 of them are approved sons. One of the most notable sons is Sir Sinclair. This horse has become a noted sire in the United States of America. Lord of Loxley, is another great example of the offspring of Lord Sinclair. This horse was the silver medal winner in the World Young Dressage Horse Championships in 2004. The daughters of Lord Sinclair have been equally successful. At the National Stud Neustadt/Dosse in 2003, Prima Ballerina, his daughter, was named the best dressage mare. Each of his progeny displays excellent movement and rideablility that is exceptional.
- This horse was born on April 4, 1993, in Uenzen, Germany on the farm of August Meyer. He was raised by Andreas Mundt and was presented in the autumn of 1995 at the stallion licensing.
Stakkato created a sensation in 1998 with his first appearance at the Bundeschampionate in Warendorf. His jumping style was so wonderful and amazing that the judges initially wanted to award him a perfect 10. He ended up with a mere 9.9 after one judge pointed out that there was one very tiny part of the young stallion's tongue that was visible on one side of his mouth. In 1999, he was the reserve champion at the Bundeschampionate. He won the German Championship in the ladies' division four years later. He has competed for the German Nation's Cup team five different times. In 2007, Stakkato was named Stallion of the Year. He also placed second in 2007 at the highly renowned Norten-Hardenberg Grand Prix.
- This horse deserves a quick mention as he is a fantastic jumper. It has been said that this horse was born to jump. He is also considered to be one of the scopiest horses ever seen. He is a good looking horse and is said to have great movement which makes him very good to ride.