Excl VAT: € 1000.00
+ Frozen Courier & Health Papers
Excl VAT: €150.00
|Bon Coeur||Benetton Dream||Brentano II|
|Fenja||Fürst Nymphenburg||Florencio I|
|Donner de Nero|
Terms - €1000+VAT, allowing unlimited attempts with frozen semen, for one named mare in one breeding season. If the mare is certified not pregnant before the end of September then a 50% credit applies to spend on a Schockemoehle / Helgstrand covering the following year. If the first AI of the year is July 1st or later, the credit the following year is 100%.
Stallions are restricted to Browsing at this time
About & Performance - A majestic performance at the Hanoverian licensing earned Bonjour a place in the premium ring. "Beautiful and charismatic. In movement this stallion, clearly marked by his sire Bon Coeur, always presented himself in an uphill frame and super elastic", Heike Kemmer summarised the enthusiastic judgement of the licensing commission. With his outstanding paces and exceptional ground-cover, this jet-black stallion sets new standards.
Sire - Bon Coeur was a premium stallion in Verden 2014, and won his 30-day test in Schlieckau in a very strong field with total points of 9.1 for his gaits. During the 30-day test, he was rewarded with the maximum of 10.0 several times. He has been awarded 9.0 multiple times for rideability during qualifiers to the Bundeschampionat. He was also champion in Hannover 2016 and was, both as a 3-year and 4-year-old Reserve-Bundeschampion in Warendorf. He was awarded the Weltmeyer Prize 2017, from the Hanoverian Association for his magnificent year in the sport. In September 2018, Bon Coeur made his first start in Sweden. He had an impressive 93% in the 6-year-old test, with a 10 for future prospects. In January 2020 Bon Coeur made a start at international small tour with +71% in Wellington, Florida.
Damline - His dam St.Pr.St. Fenja has also produced his full brother, the licensed stallion Bonfire HW, premium stallion of the Hanoverian licensing in 2019. His great-grand-dam Chanel produced several internationally successful show jumping horses, including the licensed stallion Freigeist who was placed in 1.45m international show jumping competitions with Linda Heed/SWE. Quincy was also placed in 1.40m show jumping competitions. Order by Post successfully competed for Great Britain in 1.35m show jumping competitions.
|Year of Birth||2018|