Maxim - the high achiever

Distinguished noble stallion with a finely honed silhouette, who was able to put himself in great pose with each of his appearances at the 2019 Oldenburg licensing in Vechta.

KWPN | bay | 2017 | 170cm | Breeder: P. Nijssen, Heusden
Approved for Oldenburg, Hannover
WFFS negative



Toto Jr.







St.Pr.St. Regentin


Let It Be v. Gershwin

Stud fee: 1. rate: 420,56 EUR + 420,56 EUR plus valid VAT of the recipient country (60 days in foal)
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Presence, talent and charm: Maxim has everything a real hope for the future needs. Already in the context of the Oldenburg licensing in 2019 he drew attention. This was followed by a very good 14-day test and successful competitions in riding horse tests. The young stallion always showed willingness to perform and excellent nerves.

Sire Toto Jr. won the Dutch Bundeschampionat at the age of four and five, has already had eleven licensed sons and made his international debut in the dressage arena under Edward Gal. But Maxim's mother's side is also convincing: mother Helina was recognized as an elite mare; Dam's sire Johnson not only won international medals under Hans Peter Minderhoud, but also took the lead in the WBSFH world ranking of the best dressage sires in 2020. Maxim thus combines absolute performance blood, which has already proven its quality with numerous Grand Prix horses: His pedigree stands for international quality and motivation.

Maxim himself is in no way inferior to his high-profile family. This particularly beautifully cut youngster inspires in everyday life with absolutely correct feet and legs, unshakable nerves, high elasticity, a lot of momentum and a particularly outstanding canter.



The sire Toto Jr. was the first licensed son of Totilas, who was already legendary during his lifetime. At the age of four and five he was the PAVO Cup winner (Dutch Bundeschampionat), had the highest number of dressage foals in the Netherlands in 2017 and can already refer to eleven licensed sons. He is internationally successful in dressage with Edward Gal.

The mother Helina passed a very good mare performance test and was recognized as an elite mare of the KWPN breed. The dam's sire Johnson, himself KWPN Champion Stallion 2005 and finalist of the World Dressage Championships in 2007, was highly successful in international dressage for years under Hans Peter Minderhoud. 2015 EM team gold and individual bronze in Aachen. He had a strong visual impact on Maxim.

The granddam Capetown, herself successful up to advanced level dressage, is descended from the KWPN Champion Stallion Uptown, who in 2005 also won the PAVO Cup for four-year-olds with Hans Peter Minderhoud. Via Gershwin and Bustron, the falling trunk, from which many advanced level dressage horses result, is well protected.