Escolar - the star

The leader of the dressage breeding evaluation sets new standards in terms of sport and breeding. In 2019, the German Olympic Committee appointed Escolar to the squad for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

Westfale | bay | 2009 | 173 cm | Breeder: S. Ludwichowski, Oer-Erkenschwich
Approved for Westfalen, Rheinland, Hannover, Oldenburg, Holstein, Mecklenburg ZfdP, DSP
WFFS negative


Estobar NRW

St.Pr.St. Farah Dina L



Fürst Piccolo

Verb.Pr.St. Samira

St.Pr.St. Rheinfee


Fidermark I

St.Pr./El.St. Bellevue

Stud fee: 1. rate: 747,66 EUR + 1121,49 EUR plus valid VAT of the recipient country (60 days in foal)
(please contact the agent of your country)



In terms of breeding, the first vintages had a bombastic impact: 38 sons have now been licensed. Above all, the Mecklenburg Reserve Champion 2021 and the numerous premium stallions in Hanover and Westphalia as well as the reigning champion stallion of the Westphalian licensing must be mentioned here. Almost 40 daughters have now been awarded the state premium and have passed outstanding mare performance tests, including Escolar provided large contingents of the Westphalian elite mare shows, including Emilia Louise and Etiennette, the first and second reserve champions of the year in 2018. Emilia Louise was also third at the LVM mare championship in Lienen. The son Eternity was state and federal champion in 2017, again placed finalist in Warendorf in 2018, Danish vice-champion in 2021 and crowned his career so far with a bronze medal at the world championships for young horses in the past season. Escamillo is also still in the fast lane and finished the tournament season 2021 with the title of Vice World Champion of 6-year-old dressage horses. The daughter Eyleen was third in the state and federal championships and in 2017 at the top of the auction in Münster-Handorf and achieved international series victories in 2020, at the age of six, under Yvonne Kläre. The Westphalia Championships 2018 were real "Escolar festivals": 10 of his offspring ended up in the medal ranks, including the champions Escorial Q, Embrace and Estero. Emilio became champion of the three-year-old stallions in Baden-Württemberg. In 2019 Enrico was Westphalian Champion under Lukas Fischer, Escorial Q with Bianca Nowag became Bundeschampion of three-year-old riding horses and Estero under Beatrice Buchwald fourth in the Bundeschampionat of five-year-old dressage horses. The daughter Espe 45 / Eva Möller was one of the most admired horses in the finals of the Bundeschampionate and World Championships for five-year-old dressage horses in 2019. In 2020 16 offspring qualified for the Bundeschampionat. In England, High Hoes Estelle won the championship for 5-year-old dressage horses in 2021. After Escolar was able to set the top price twice at Verden auctions in 2020, he repeated this success in 2021. His progeny lifetime winnings are now an impressive 49,356.00 euros.


Euphoria, emotion, success: the “e-blood” arouses desires all over the world. If you want to understand Escolar's unrestrained dominance in breeding and sport, it is worth taking a look at his offspring: This 12-year-old stallion now has 35 licensed sons; In 2021 alone he produced two premium stallions, a reserve champion stallion in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and the acclaimed champion stallion of the Westphalian main licensing. At the same time, his oldest offspring, only seven years old, made an impressive debut in the advanced class - up to and including two medal winners at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses.

Already acclaimed stamp stallion

Championship winner Escorial Q NRW, vice-world champion Escamillo, bronze medalist Eternity, champion stallion "Extra Gold" - they represent the countless Escolar offspring that cause enthusiasm at auction, licensing and tournament venues around the world. Escolar has already joined the ranks of the trademark stallions and is writing breeding history, impressively documented by the episode of the podcast series "Stamp stallions - fathers of our equestrian legends" dedicated to him.

Escolar's heredity sets new standards

He is the stallion of superlatives - and Escolar's own performance lives up to this reputation. Described as the “stallion of the century” by his rider Hubertus Schmidt, the exceptional athlete was nominated for the Tokyo Olympic squad in 2019 when he was ten years old. It has long proven its quality with victories up to the international 4 * level. He passes this on to his offspring without restriction: They are powerful and strong in character, demonstrate enormous talent for movement, dynamism and willingness to perform. Escolar's heredity sets new standards.



The father Estobar NRW has the role of the "Lord Seal Preserver" of the very best NRW genetics. It was not for nothing that he was licensing winner, successful up to Grand Prix and is considered a highly proven sire.

The dam Farah Dina L brought another licensed full brother to Escolar, Escorial / Hubertus Schmidt, who was victorious up to Grand Prix, also the full sister St. Pr. St. Edina and the also S-successful full brother Ebonito as well as the half-sister the dam's sire Fürst Piccolo was premium stallion of the NRW main licensing in 1999 and won the stallion performance test in Warendorf in 2000 and was promoted up to advanced level. Fürst Piccolo is one of the most established sires in NRW breeding and has multiple price peaks at the NRW elite auction and final ring mares at the Rhenish and Westphalian elite mare shows. The third generation of the Dutchman Sion advanced to become a sire of rare versatility at the Oldenburg station in Bührmann (Döhlen). His often very noble children have become firmly established in dressage, jumping and eventing. Sion was 30 years old. With Figaro and Vollkorn xx, heroes of Oldenburg breeding join the following generations.

Escolar represents the Oldenburg dam line 17 / Bastiane (by Ellenberg-Robert-August-Emigrant-Agamemnon), which produced nine licensed stallions, among others. Goldglanz (USA), Pharis (PB Thür.) And Urgast (PB Oldbg.), Also the internationally successful dressage horse Tansanit / Christine Stückelberger (SUI) and the also internationally successful show jumping horse Galaktica / Grégoire Oberson (SUI). This mare family can be traced back to the 19th century.