Sir Donnerhall x Rousseau filly foal
Dressage / Posted 1 month ago
Top quality filly foal with the exceptional movement expected from her bloodlines. This filly will reach the top in the right hands. The sire, Sir Donnerhall, is the sire of World Champions, Bundeschampions, and multi-million euro auction highlights. The damsire Rousseau won a Silver medal at the FEI World Championships for Young Horses.
She leads and loads and is good with her feet. She was born in early June and will be weaned at the start of December.
Sir Donnerhall is placed among the top 20 of the WBFSH ranking list of the world’s best dressage sires. Six German Champions are to his credit. He also sired Sa Coeur who became double World Champion and price highlight of the P.S.I. Auction, selling for 2.31 million euros.
Overall Sir Donnerhall has sired 99 licensed stallions and 206 State Premium mares. He won his stallion performance test and became the German Champion and Vice World Champion (5 yo) in 2006.
Zoi is by the Ferro son Rousseau who got a Silver medal at the FEI World Championships for Young Horses. From Rousseau’s first four foal crops in the Netherlands, he sired three consecutive Champions of the KWPN Stallion Licensing: Wamberto (2006), Zagreb (aka Blue Hors Zack) (2007), and Ajong (aka Ampere) (2008). Zoi’s dam Eyonara (Keur) is by the influential Thoroughbred stallion Saros (Keur) who is the grandsire of Barrosso.
Rousseau was 4 yr old Dutch National Champion and 5 yr old Reserve Dutch National Champion. At the 2003 FEI World Championships for Young Horses he got a Silver medal. From Rousseau’s first four foal crops in the Netherlands, he sired three consecutive Champions of the KWPN Stallion Licensing: Wamberto (2006), Zagreb (aka Blue Hors Zack) (2007), and Ajong (aka Ampere) (2008). From his first foal crops in Germany, Rousseau has four licensed sons including Fiorano who was Champion 2008 70 day test, Fuerst Rousseau now standing at Celle and Rousseau Noir. Three of Rousseau’s sons won their stallion performance tests with record-breaking results – Wamberto, Fiorano, and Ampere! Rousseau produced National Champion mares in the Netherlands and top foals around the world.
Rousseau’s dam Zsuzsa “Ster-sport” was successful at Grand Prix dressage under an amateur rider. Zsuzsa is by the Preferant stallion Roemer who earned a perfect ’10’ for temperament in his stallion performance test and became a Champion Grand Prix dressage stallion.
Rousseau’s sire is Olympic Ferro, who captured the Team Silver at the 1998 World Equestrian Games, 1999 European Championships and the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney. Ferro sired many licensed sons including Kennedy, Metall, Negro, Rousseau, Pyriet, Paddox, Osmium, Jazz Dancer, Lorenzo and Ferrolan. Ferro held the No. 1 position of the BN World Stallion Rankings and maintained an outstanding dressage index of 153 with the KWPN and was awarded the Preferant predicate. Zoi’s dam Eyonara (Keur) is by the influential Thoroughbred stallion Saros (Keur) who is the grandsire of Barrosso.