Also a son of Ungarin III, Jefferson was approved in 2000 in Neumünster as a Holsteiner stallion to become the second of Ungarin III’s line to be approved. The first approved son was Lambada v. Landgraf. Jefferson is distinguished by his dual predisposition. He was successful in jumping up to the 1.40m class and remains a contender in dressage up to Inter A/B/II.

Smoking was the first foal born to Ungarin III, who later became one of the most successful Holsteiner broodmares at Constanzehof (36 *). Smoking was victorious up to the 1.50m class. Among others, he placed three times in a row in the Grand Prix of Breitenburg with his rider Phillip Kampen. Smoking spent his entire life at Constanzehof and continued his success in the sport even as a 16 year old.