2002 | 17½ hh | Holsteiner Stallion (STAMM: 318D2)
Bred and raised by renowned breeder Hobe Bernhard (judge for Holsteiner Verband), Aliano was imported from Germany in 2004 with the help of Karen Reid from Foxfire Farm (US).
Aliano comes from one of the best German STAMM: 318D2. He offers a golden pedigree, with excellent bloodlines of international quality for both dressage and jumping. He received Premium Foal status with his high score at the Holsteiner Verband inspection in Germany.
Aliano is an outstanding stallion and a true gentleman. He shows extravagant movement, exceptional jumping ability and an incredibly kind disposition.
(Click on the image above to view Aliano’s Full Pedigree)
Since 2005, Aliano has produced many Premium, Champion and Reserve Champion foals as well as a licensed son, and several Premium Mares.
Aliano is certified 100% OCD Free (Class I X-Rays) and EVA Negative.
2017 Stud Fee & Discounts
$1,000 CDN – November $1,100 CDN – December $1,200 CDN – January $1,300 CDN – February $1,400 CDN – March $1,500 CDN – April
- $1,600 CDN – May to August (Regular Price)
Breeding Contract includes:
- first collection, and
- two years to use the breeding.
Fresh Semen with good fertility. We use 4 day extender to keep the semen longer for any possible transport delays. We ship FedEx, Dicom and Purolator. With clients in Canada and the United States, shipping across the border is not an issue.
For more information, please feel free to contact us.
A legacy of stallions come from STAMM 318D2, which has a strong reputation in breeding and sport – the direct motherline of the stallions Corofino I and II, Diorado, Diarado among many others. Aliano’s sire, Aljano, is half-brother to the stallion “Olympic Gestion Silvano N” (by a Tropica mare). Silvano N was ridden by Ellen Bontje for the Dutch Equestrian Team and sold to none other than the legendary Paul Schockemöhle in Germany. For more information, visit Aliano’s Pedigree page.
Aliano has successfully competed in Dressage up to Intermediaire I level and is trained to Grand Prix level. After many years as a performance horse in the show ring and standing at stud, Aliano has now retired from competition to enjoy life as a stallion at home at FMB Farms.
In the fall of 2014, Aliano was presented to the AHHA after he had met his dressage performance requirements. He earned impressive scores and Judge Michael Gonell remarked that “Americans should be standing more stallions like Aliano that excel at both dressage and jumping.”
Aliano’s versatility, talent, and temperament are consistently seen in his very typey offspring.