The Horse Fair, 1853-1855 Rosa Bonheur





(Routinier / Tarim)











Revlon, born in 2005, was awarded Premium status as an Oldenburg foal.  She carries the bloodlines of the magnificent stallion, Rohdiamant by Rubinstein I, through her sire, Routinier. 


Revlon showing off her great conformation and expression

Revlon displaying her numerous awards

Revlon is a MMB Oldenburg GOV mare by Routinier (Rohdiamont/Inschallah/Zeus).  As a weanling, Revlon won numerous classes to qualify for Dressage at Devon where she placed 5th in the the large Cosequin Breeder's Championship Class.  As a 2 year old, she had many wins at breed shows with scores in the high 70's and 80's, including high score Champion at the EEMI Breed Show with an amazing score of 87.9!!  She ended up as VADA/NOVA Young Horse Champion of 2007.  As a 2 year old, she also placed 4th in the highly regarded Cosequin Breeder's Championship Class at Dressage at Devon.


More recently, Revlon has been started undersaddle and is currently undergoing training.  She is developing nicely and will be making her debut in the dressage show ring soon!  In a few years, she will take a break from training in order to be a mother again.  Her foals are too nice to have her pulled away from the broodmare band for too long!

UPDATE: We could not resist, Revlon is back to producing amazing foals!!


To date, Revlon has produced 4 Premium Oldenburg foals.  One by Starlight, one by Benetton Dream, one by Diamond Stud and one by Harvard. 

Revlon's filly by Starlight, Sadira TWF, qualified for the 2013 USEF/Markel National Young Horse Dressage Championships in the 4 year old division!!!  She competed at the National Finals in Chicago and placed 8th overall in the country!!!  In 2014, she won many Championships in the show ring.  In 2015, she continued her winning streak and finished off the show season at the USDF National Dressage Championships where she was RESERVE NATIONAL CHAMPION in 3rd Level Musical Freestyle and she also placed SIXTH in a huge competitive class for Adult Amateur 3rd Level.

Revlon's colt by Benetton Dream is growing up to be a true FEI prospect.  Stay tuned!!  Revlon also produced In Italics, a beautiful Dutch colt by Kaareltje in 2013 that was a custom foal for a client.  To see more of In Italics, click here.  We can't wait to see what his future brings!  Lastly, Revlon's 2014 filly Diamond Tiara MKF by Diamond Stud made history at her Oldenburg inspection by being the youngest foal ever to be awarded Premium status at a mere 17 hours old!!  For more information on Diamond Tiara, click here.

During one of the Oldenburg inspections, the Oldenburg judge stated that Revlon was a wonderful correct mover and the best Routinier mare she has seen. 

Revlon produced a beautiful filly by popular stallion, Harvard (Hohenstein/Cardinal) on June 16, 2015.  We are very excited about this filly, Helena MKF!!  She was awarded Premium and Champion of her Oldenburg Inspection. She is offered for sale to a special buyer.  Please visit our Sales page for more information.


A World Class Pedigree







Proven Sire of Champions

Routinier was born in the Oldenburg region of Germany on July 28, 1995. He was licensed in 1997 and approved in 1999 at the 100 day stallion performance testing in Neustadt/Dosse, Germany. Routinier received two 10.0s and six 9.0s at his 100 day test: 10.0s for "Willingness to Perform" and "Overall Ability to Perform" and 9.0s for "Temperament", "Character", "Rideability", "Trot", "Canter", and "Jumping (U/S)".

Although known for his dressage talent, Routinier's jumping scores show his skill and aptitude for jumping as well. He is a talented horse, with an innate ability for collection and roundness. With extraordinary presence, impressive gaits and natural self carriage, Routinier is a Dressage powerhouse.

Routinier's beauty, talent and unyielding desire to please all help to assure his continued great success as a top performance horse. Routinier will resume his show career and progress through the upper levels of dressage, starting with PSG in 2006.

Routinier foals are athletic and noble; distinguished in conformation, type, beauty and brilliant movement in all three gaits. They consistently carry their sire's intelligence, kindness and eagerness to please; all around easy going foals with personality plus. Both Routinier and his offspring have high rideability and trainability. Talented enough for the professional, yet suitable and uncomplicated enough for the amateur.

Routinier reliably passes on his wonderful head and neck set, very good activity in the hindquarters and a lovely shoulder with good reach. With their incredible presence and poise, Routinier sons and daughters are easy to spot in the crowd. Routinier really stamps his foals with all his wonderful qualities.   He was the second top producer of Premium GOV foals in North America. He is also the sire of numerous HOY USDF winners and National/Regional Title winners.

Rountinier's lineage includes Rubinstein I, who needs hardly any introduction.  He was from the outset one of the most popular sires who ever stood in Oldenburg. After an outstanding stallion performance test, in which he was placed third, and an excellent first crop, he was the overwhelming main premium winner in 1990.  A stallion with unparalleled influence and success, he had 40 wins at Grand Prix level, was a member of the 1996 Olympic team, sired 89 state premium mares and 66 approved stallions and was the father of top auction horses and Grand Prix winners. 


Rountinier's lineage also includes Inschallah (AA), who is considered to be one of the greatest French bred Anglo Arabs (36% Arab) ever seen in Germany. Inschallah began his career in Oldenburg at the famous Vorwerk station by winning the performance test at Adelheidsdorf in 1972.  Once exported from France to Oldenburg, he became the most important improvement sire next to Furioso II at the famous stallion station.  He soon gained a reputation for siring dual purpose horses.  Inschallah was a large framed sire with enormous gaits producing the current desired style of trot in Germany of a more rounded movement, with higher knee action and a reaching forward stride as opposed to the flat leg movement desired years ago. With his powerful frame and extravagant movement, Inschallah has had a big influence on modern Warmblood breeding. His offspring have dominated in every aspect: auction foals, show mares, elite foals, conformation show class winners, top dressage horses and show jumpers. 












Elektia V

Rubinstein I