1991 - 2016

Antibes by Atatürk out of Freiin, 1991, 16.3 H, Dark Bay Hanoverian

Antibes has proven himself to be a highly competitive dressage show horse. Before retiring, he was training and winning dressage classes at FEI level. He competed in finals divisions at first through fourth levels and earned a ribbon in every finals class in which he competed.  At the 2002 USDF Freestyle Symposium in Raleigh, NC and again at the 2003 Celebrity Freestyle Benefit Horse Show in Keswick, VA, he dazzled spectators with his "Stallion Dance" performance.

Antibes' Thoroughbred bloodlines give him the ability to modernize and refine his offspring. He is an excellent cross for warmblood and Thoroughbred mares alike. He has produced 3 Elite Mares and 5 mares that are Elite Eligible. Hilton Farm's "Annie" (by Antibes out of EM Lucy) is now an elite mare candidate based on her high scores at the 2013 AHS Inspection tour.

As reported in the Hengstbuch- Nachtrag, "Antibes is bred from performance-oriented Hanoverian and half-bred racing bloodlines. His topline is ideal for riding with a big shoulder and long sloping croup. He is of modern type with a lot of expression. In his German evaluation process, he scored above average on all criteria." Although Antibes was trained in dressage, he can and should be regarded as a versatile producer for all disciplines.