GLOCK’s Toto Jr. delights all
Celebrated as the highlight of Saturday evening at the Oldenburg Stallion Days in Vechta was the Stallion Gala. Before packed ranks of spectators, GLOCK Rider Edward Gal presented the wonderful GLOCK’s Toto Jr., seven-year-old descendant of the legendary Totilas and his dam descended from Desperados FRH. Despite frenetic applause, GLOCK’s Toto Jr. got on with his tasks commendably and delighted onlookers. A young stallion with a very promising future.
GLOCK’s Toto Jr.
2011 | 168 cm
Licensed for OLDBG, KWPN, HANN
GLOCK’s Toto Jr. is the first licensed son of the legendary Totilas. In early 2014 he won the stallion performance test in Ermelo with 86 points, was victorious in the PAVO Cup 2015–16 and won the Stallion Competition in classes L and M two years in succession. In the walk, GLOCK’s Toto Jr. demonstrates outstanding ground cover whilst, in the trot and canter, his light-footedness, balance and strong uphill tendency are captivating. His nature is also of outstanding quality. GLOCK’s Toto Jr. passes these attributes on to his progeny, something evident in his exceptionally positive foal report. Progeny of GLOCK’s Toto Jr. have reached high prices at a wide variety of foal auctions. In 2017, nine young stallions from his first year of foals entered the second round of KWPN stallion selection. Moreover, GLOCK’s Toto Jr. achieved the largest number of dressage foals of that same year with 369 registered foals, whilst also bringing the most foals to auctions in both 2017 and 2018. With GLOCK’s Taminiau and King Karim, GLOCK’s Toto Jr. delivered no fewer than two of the total of eight KWPN-licensed stallions in early 2018.
The dam of GLOCK’s Toto Jr., Desperada, is a daughter of Desperados, who took double silver medals at the 2015 European Championships in Aachen. Both the dam and the grandam of GLOCK’s Toto Jr. achieved outstanding results in the mare performance tests in Germany and were rated 10.0 for rideability by test riders.