The breeding manager from Schockemöhle Stallion service station at Performance Horse Sales International, Germany, has once again generously donated a breeding to one of their premier stallions, Sandro Hit , for the Palm Beach Derby Equestrian Aid Fundraiser, to be held Thursday, February 28, after the FEI Jog at Equestrian Estates, Loxahatchee, Florida. In 2010, 2011 and 2012, he won the USEF/Performance Horse Registry Leading Sire Award as best dressage sire in the USA. The influence of Sandro Hit is of epochal significance to dressage breeding worldwide. Thoroughbred-typed, modern, harmonious, strongly moving and gifted with a fascinating charisma, Sandro Hit's progeny conquered the market and made his sire a line-founding stallion of modernity. His breeding record shines through unprecedented superlatives: Auction highlights from foals to riding horses, more than 180 licensed stallions including Champion Stallions, championship candidates, Grand Prix winner up to Olympians.
181 mares were awarded the state premium, numerous progeny were sold at auctions for top prices like the unforgotten two-time Bundeschampion Poetin, who was sold at 2.5 million Euro, the Bundeschampion San Doncisco auctioned for 580,000 Euro and several others.
Up to now, Sandro Hit has delivered eleven Bundeschampions. At the World Championship for young dressage horses last year he presented numerous competitors in the final. Thus, the premium stallion Sir Donnerhal II took the bronze medal in 2012. The both finalists of the Nürnberger Burgpokal, Sorento OLD (2011) and the multiple Grand Prix winner Sancisco OLD (2009), were decorated “VTV-Dressage Stallion of the Year” on the occasion of the Oldenburg Stallion Days.
Sandro Hit was himself striking Bundeschampion and World Champion for six-year old dressage horses. The dam, Loretta, has passed on her genes exorbitantly to three significant licensed sons such as Sandro Hit, Grand Prix winner Diamond Hit and Royal Hit and for this reason she might be the most influential mare all around the world of her generation.
Stud Fee € 2,500 – Minimum Bid $2000 USD.
All bids above the actual cash value are deductible as a charitable donation to the Equestrian Aid Foundation, a 5-1C3.
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