The 2004 Hanoverian stallion, Hampton (His Highness-SPS Red Chili, Rospon), is the carbon copy of his famous sire His Highness.  His Highness was the Champion of his Hanoverian stallion licensing, his stallion test and the Danish stallion licensing. He was a successful dressage competitor and sire, producing 17 licensed sons, over 20 St. Pr. mares and successful offspring too numerous to mention. Hampton's dam, SPS Red Chili, was a two-time winner with her dam SPS Carina in the Mare Family class at the prestigious Herwart von der Decken mare show.

Hampton, as a 3-year-old, was reserve champion of his 70-Day Stallion Test in Schlieckau with the overall score of 134.24. He competed and won several young horse classes with high scores. In 2009, Hampton qualified for the Bundeschampionate in highly competitive shows. Hampton was successful up to Inter. I and qualified for the finals of the 2013 Nürnberger Burgpokal.

Hampton's offspring have exceeded expectations, producing elegant types with seemingly endless potential. Hampton has sired winning St. Pr. mares, auction horses, and his son, Hampton's Junior was licensed and competed successfully in young horse classes as well.

For two consecutive years, Hampton, who stands at 16.3 hh, placed within the top 10 percent of German dressage sires with a score of 148 points in the estimated breeding evaluation by the FN. Hampton is approved AHS, HV, GOV, Danish and Swedish registries. He is located at Bridlewood Hanoverians in Union, Kentucky. No live cover, but shipped or frozen semen is available. The stud fee is $1,800 LFG and a $300 nonrefundable booking fee. Special consideration for discounts will be given to performance and SPS mares. 

CEM (Contagious Equine Metritis): Negative
EVA (Equine Viral Arteritis): Negative
WFFS (Warmblood Fragile Foal Syndrome): Negative N/N

He is the kindest, sweetest, and most gentle stallion with high trainability and rideability — that is his forte. He’s very uncomplicated and easy.
— Dr. Barbara Schmidt
For me, the discussion to breed to Hampton was simple. He complimented my mares line with increased rideability. I needed to match to a great mover with the temperament of a saint; Hampton. My filly’s temperament and gaits are more than I could have hoped for!
— Carola Henriks
Hampton is a true son of His Highness and these bloodlines represent the best of what can be in dressage I believe. Add to that the sweetness of temperament and that makes each offspring so very special.
— Louise Leatherdale