top of page
Screenshot_2020-09-27 Vilancio - State Stud Farm Redefin.jpg
Photo: State Stud-Redefin

Pangaea Farms welcomes Vilancio to Canada. Vilancio is an impressive dressage stallion in a beautiful dark chocolate chestnut coat who has some unique bloodlines in his pedigree for the North American market and a “look at me presence”. Vilancio is balanced and has wonderful extension in all gaits, an attribute he demonstrates under saddle. In 2014, he made his breeding début in Sweden and at the end of the year he finished an excellent 30-day test in Schlieckau with an overall dressage mark of 9,23. He was given three perfect marks of 10 for his walk in each phase as well as a perfect 10 for his character and his third ten was for conformation. His breeding history until 2019 is mostly in Sweden (Flyinge Stud), nevertheless also in Germany he has 3 licensed sons with Vilanciano (dam by San Amour I, LB Warendorf), Veuve Clicquot HS (dam by Stedinger) and Verlaine (Fidertanz dam).

Vilancio’s sire Vitalis has been a colt champion 2007 in the Netherlands, 2009 he was reserve champion of the Westfalian licensing, 2010 performance test Dressage index-champion, 2012 successful at the world championships of dressage horses and at the Pavo Cup – Finale, 2013 Champion in USA and again with a record score qualified to the world championships of dressage horses. 2014 as a 7-year-old he won his first international “small” tour. 2016, back in Germany, under the saddle of Isabell Freese he won the Burg-Pokal-Finale in Frankfurt and the “Stallion of the Year“ – competition at the world championships in Ermelo. Vitalis has developed to an outstanding sire, with 33 licensed sons, thereof federal champion Valverde and vice world champion of the young dressage horses Villeneuve.

Vilancio's dam sire, Lancet, with Imke Schellekens-Bartels was a Dutch ambassador at the Olympic Games in Athens 2004. When ridden by Emma Hindle, he participated at the Olympic Games, the World Equestrian Games and in the European Championships UK Silver Team of 2008. In the Netherlands, Lancet sired dressage champion horses up to international level. In the third generation of Vilancio's pedigree comes Rubinstein I, another dressage icon of the 90´s, and Nimmerdor, the legendary show jumping producer and KWPN Stallion of the Century rounds off this pedigree.


Photo: Marc Ruhl
bottom of page