A very special breeding prospect
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+ Frozen Courier & Health Papers
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|Ricarda||Sir Donnerhall I||Sandro Hit|
Terms: €1000+VAT for unlimited attempts with frozen semen for one breeding season. If the mare is certified not in foal before the end of September then you get a 50% credit the following year. If the first AI of the year was 1st July or later, then the credit in the event of non-pregnancy is 100%.
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About & Performance - Homerun is a very special stallion for breeders. He combines the spectacular freedom of shoulder, natural balance and powerful dynamics with the large frame, basic paces and elegance of movement of the warmblood breed, whereby Henkie, Sir Donnerhall and Rohdiamant, probably the most outstanding representatives in direct succession, determine the pedigree of Homerun.
Sire - His sire is the Gelderland Champion Stallion and stallion performance test winner Henkie, who was the first representative of his breed ever to receive breeding approval for the Oldenburg Warmblood breed. He was a champion foal in the Netherlands and in 2017, ridden by his trainer Adelinde Cornelissen/NED, he finished sixth at the World Championships for five-year-old dressage horses and won the Stallion Series Final in 's Hertogenbosch/NED. In 2018, he took the eighth place in the World Championship Final for six-year-old dressage horses after coming second in the qualifier. In 2019, he came sixth at the World Championships for young dressage horses in Ermelo (NED).
Damline - His dam St.Pr.St. Ricarda also produced the intermediate dressage horse Fürst Filou (by Fürst Romancier). His grand-dam Talysha-Rubina M produced Fiderstern (by Fidertanz), who is internationally successful in Young Rider competitions and the Small Tour.
Sir Donnerhall was second reserve at his licensing, won his performance test and was awarded his generation's Hauptprämire, awarded for the best first crop of foals sired by stallions licensed in the same year. In 2006, Sir Donnerhall was five-year-old Bundeschampion, and went on to be Vice World Young Horse Champion. The German FN breeding valuation ranks Sir Donnerhall I, who has himself been trained up to Grand Prix, as one of the best sires of dressage horses, with 150 points and 99% reliability for youngsters, and 135 points and 97% reliability for sport horses.
|Year of Birth||2018|