Rainbow is a dark bay and white Tobiano Pinto Stallion; is registered with the ISR/Oldenburg,
OA, PtHA, American Warmblood Registry; the Rheinland-Pfalz-Saar Registry; and Sport
Horses Of Color (SHOC). Rainbow is owned by Jan Kiblinger.
RAINBOW is the only Pinto stallion to be honored as "Elite"
BEFORE being imported to the United States.
He is the only Pinto stallion to be 100-day tested in his
Homeland at Merigen Testing Station. Under the watchful eye
of Burkhard Wahler, he scored a phenomenal 121.74 points,
earning a KLASS I Licensing.
He is the only Pinto stallion in the world to be approved in
Germany for EIGHT Breeding Verbands.
He is the only Pinto stallion in the United States today to have
ever competed in the rigorous M levels in both
Dressage/Materials and Jumping with huge successes and
Rainbow completed his 100 Day Stallion Testing in Germany with a final score of 121.74
points earning him a Class I license. He placed 2nd out of 36 participants for rideability. In
1996 he received the "premium award", judged by the quality of his offspring, his competition
record and the jumper classes. He qualified and competed twice at the Bundeschampionat
(German Federal Championships) and was shown very successfully at High Preliminary
Jumpers AHSA. He has three approved sons in Europe and numerous offspring have been
awarded premium status. Rainbow* is the only "ELITE" German imported pinto stallion
standing in the US and is approved in eight German Verbands. Rainbow*s sire, Rinaldo, is
the dark bay and white pinto Dutch WPN stallion who was trained to upper level dressage
and competed in "S" Dressage. Rinaldo a great Danish stallion competed in PSG and INT I
– dressage and 140 cm in showjumping. He is by Raimondo, who descends from probably
the most successful show jumping producer "Ramiro". Rinaldo's dam, Cora, was sired by the
Trakehner stallion Fresco, by Carajan. Carajan had a very successful breeding career in
Holland and still is a well-known sire of outstanding dam lines. He was one of the first
stallions in Holland to improve the jumping ability in the Dutch WPN breeding program and
left horses with great stamina. The dam line is old and very successful, tracing back to the
Hanoverian breed in the 5th and 6th generations. This is also the grand dam line of the very
successful Grand Prix show jumper Garant. Rainbow* is a stallion with an enormous
prepotency for passing on his athletic abilities. His temperament is impeccable.