KL Mac

2011 16.2hh British Bred Sports Horse 




This athletic young stallion demonstrates amazing movement, exceptional temperament and incredible scope. He would make an ideal sire for those wishing to breed showjumpers, dressage horses or eventers due to his movement, scope, temperament and world class breeding and bloodlines. 

His breeding dates back to the age old championship blood lines of the trakehners in Liese in 1945 and his sire’s line were prolific winners in dressage and eventing.  His dam sire was the East European 4, 5 and 6 year old show jumping champion and also has Olympic show jumping medal winning lineage through Quidam  De Revel, and breeding from the successful “Rosette” line.


KL Mac’s sire, Larduc, was a ZFDP graded premium stallion.  He won his 100 day performance test in Germany and passed all three disciplines with a maximum score which has rarely been achieved.  Larduc’s pedigree is a combination of precious worthy old blood line of the Trakehner’s breed. His bloodline sees a forth-fold of Arabic blood of the  ‘Hauftbeschäler Trakehner Fetysz’ and there is also several time Hansakapitan, Hirtsensang and Markeur, belonging to the  meaningful stallions of the ‘Ostpreussens’ (current Poland) time.  Larduc’s sire, Marduc was one of the best stallions to pass on dressage skills since the Second World War. He was reserve champion in the ‘Hengstleistungsprüfung’ (the stallion potential examination) in Adelheidsdorf.

Larduc’s dam blood line can be traced back to Liese in 1945 before the famous flee from Poland.  His dam, Lajana is exceptionally well bred and contains the valuable bloodline of Mahon, Mahagoni and Habicht.  Lajana is ‘Leistungsgeprüfte’ (officially approved) ‘Staatsprämium’ (graduated by state) Mare and was winner of the ‘Zentralen Stuteneintragung van Niedersachsen’ (central mare registered county competition).

When we look to KL Mac’s dam line, his dam sire is Graf Quidam who is son of the fantastic world-famous show jumping sire, Quidam de Revel, who was part of the Bronze Medal winning team and 4th individual at the Barcelona Olympics. Graf Quidam won his 100 day performance test achieving 141index points and has competed Internationally since arriving in the UK in 2005. He is recognised as a BSJA Silver Elite Stallion winning over £12,000 in prize money in the UK alone. Graf Quidam’s dam, Grafia, is from the very successful Rosette line and grandsire Dalican was a prolific winner in Poland.

Combined with Olympic medal winning breeding through Quidam De Revel and his championship Trakhener pedigree, KL Mac provides modern athleticism matched with grace, elegance and bravery from rare winning breeding lines.


In the Spring of 2017, KL Mac went abroad show jumping with Jay Halim, successfully competing in Belgium and then Holland to finish 5th in the 6 year old classes. On his return to Kington Langley Stud to stud duties he started his dressage career with Stable Jockey Olivia Sealy, he qualified for the British Dressage Summer Regionals in only a few outings placing 1st in all his tests with scores up to 75%. He was then selected to represent the South West at the BYRDS Inter Regionals placing 5th overall and 2nd in the South West Team. In July he then competed at the Summer Regionals at Bicton, coming a very close 2nd by 1 collective. He then went on to represent England at Byrds Home International where he won the Novice Championship.

KL Mac received qualification for the Summer British Dressage National Championships and then this year took the regional novice title to qualify for the Winter National Championships as well as finishing in the top ten at the Regionals at elementary level.

Mac has competed at Regionals at both Medium and Advanced Medium this year, finishing in the top 10 with excellent scores for his paces.

Mac also had a very sucessful training trip to Holland where he competed in 3 shows winning 5 out of 6 tests, with the dutch judges rewarding him on his training and movement. 

This year, Mac has started competing at PSG level and training Grand Prix. His team have hopes to compete in the U25 Grand Prix classes next year. 

On top of this, KL Mac continues to show jump alongside his dressage career showing that he is truly a very versatile athlete in whatever sphere he competes in.

Stud Fee: £750 NFFR 





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