2017 Bay Oldenburg GOV Filly
Foal of Distinction
Premium Foal Award
Super tall, leggy filly that is a full sister to one of our foundation mares, Santina. She is very similar in type and style, with a lovely round trot, deep balanced canter and carries herself in a natural frame. Very brave and comfortable, this is a perfect filly for the professional.
Her sire, Sir Donnerhall is a producer of champions, approved stallions and auction stars. An exceptional dressage breeding stallion with no ifs or buts. Sir Donnerhall is a Bundeschampion, Vice World Champion and was the undisputed top stallion at his licensing in Adelheidsdorf, where he achieved the highest score ever of 163 in his dressage index. But his offspring are well on the way to catching him up. In 2010, three Vice Bundeschampions were sired by Sir Donnerhall: North Rhine-Westphalian champion stallion Silbermond, Apassionata and the approved stallion Snap Shot, plus two silver medal winners. Sir Donnerhall's pedigree contains the perfect combination of genes from Sandro Hit and Donnerhall. His dam, Contenance D, was "Brilliantring" mare in Rastede and she is also dam to approved stallion Sir Donnerhall II. Sir Donnerhall is a consistent producer of top dressage offspring.
Dam Risiko is one of our foundation mares – a proven producer who was imported from Germany as a two-year-old. She has consistently produced quality foals, including three Foals of Distinction and four Premium Foals. Her daughters Frederica and Santina have between them produced seven Foals of Distinction, a Stallion Prospect, and four additional Premium Foals. Granddaughters Renaissance and Beata have both produced Oldenburg Stallion Prospects and Foals of Distinction. Her foals are athletic and show talent for both dressage and jumping. Favian, a gelding by French Kiss, is successfully eventing at the FEI Preliminary level.
Relevant (Rubinstein) was the highest placed breeding sire in the 2002 WBFSH World Breeding Ranking for Sport Horses. He competed successfully with Lisa Wilcox earning a team silver and 5th place individually at the World Equestrian Games in Jerez, winning the German Masters in Stuttgart, silver medal at the European Championships in Hickstead, and a team bronze at the 2004 Olympics in Athens.
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Sire & Dam