Uphill




Oscar


Wolfgang
Keur
Farn
Pref
Jolanda
Keur/Pref/Prest

Berania
Ster/Pref/Prest
Nabuur
Merania
Keur/Pref



Naomi Ceroon
Ster/Pref

Apollonios xx
Lombard xx
Amethysta xx

Cerona
Ster
Luitenant Generaal
Petra
Keur/Pref/Prest
Name: Uphill
Bloodlines: Oscar - Apollonios xx - Luitenant General
Height: 16.3 h
Uphill
Uphill was 4th in his approvals in 2004, with scores of walk 8.5, trot 8, canter 7.5 and dressage
potential 8. In the report from the 70 day test in 2004, Uphill is described as a very energetic and
trustworthy stallion who is very willing to work, and allows himself to be worked. The walk is pure
and has good scope. The trot has good scope, good impulsion and this stallion shows more than
sufficient suppleness and self-carriage. The canter is big and has more than sufficient impulsion.
The stallion shows more than sufficient balance. Uphill has more than sufficient talent for dressage
and gives his rider a more than sufficient to good feeling.

In 2008, Uphill was KNHS Indoor Nederlands Champion at advanced medium dressage
in Roosendaal with rider Emmelie Scholtens. His breeding value in 2008 was 190!

Uphill's sire Oscar presented an eye-catching collection of foals and from his first crop
two of his sons have been invited to take the 70 day grading test. In 2010, an Oscar son
was champion of the stallion selections. Oscar himself, just like his half brother Kimberley,
both are descendants from the famous Rania-stam.

Uphill's dam Naomi Ceroon is a good moving mare. A full brother of this mare competes
at advanced dressage, as do many of the offspring from this maternal line.

Uphill's foal report says...A uniform collection of well developed foals with plenty of
length in the leg, which are true to dressage type. The foals move easily and correctly,
with a good use of the hind leg. Uphill has already produced an approved KWPN son
Briljant (Uphill x Darlington). In 2010, Carlton Hill (Uphill x Vincent) was #4 in the
Stallion selections. Managed by VDL Stud. Uphill has had 7 stallions selected for the 70 day
test.