Lanthan’s sire Lombard has made great impact on the breeding and type of Hanoverian horse in Germany. His descendants distinguish themselves by their big frame, conformation, muscle structure and efficiency. They cover tremendous ground.
Lanthan sires beautiful, elegant, modern, large framed horses with wonderful temperaments and talent for both jumping and dressage. He has been known in Germany as a leading sire of conformation winners and show jumpers. As his offspring mature, he is also increasingly being known as a sire of upper level dressage horses. Lanthan would bring improvement of movement and elegance to his offspring. He passes on elastic movement and great rideability. In 1999 Lanthan was the stallion with the highest breeding value in his age group. His first breeding was in 1992. He has 15 licensed sons, 68 state premium mares, 378 main stud book mares, 116 auction horses and a total winning sum of Euro 502,173.00. A great number of his offspring have competed successfully.
HLP 1981: 127.92/4/33