Galaxy is the prototype of a modern dressage horse. With a lot of nobility and elegance, he knows how to move like a feather. Despite all light footing, his gait potential in trot and canter is based on a very strong, stable hind leg. The stride is always in time. In 2019 Galaxy was able to confirm this impression under the saddle and successfully pass his 50-day stallion examination in Schlieckau.
Sire Grand Galaxy Win comes from the combination of the Grand Prix-winning stallions Apache (Emmelie Scholtens) and Jazz (Kirsten Beckers). He was champion stallion in Denmark, placed as a five-year-old World Cup finalist in Ermelo, and was then sold to the USA. In the autumn of 2018, he presented the champion stallion of the Oldenburg licensing in Global Player. The dam’s sire, Sir Sinclair, is an excellent supplier of Grand Prix horses. In view of the relatively low breeding numbers, he can be attested to an outstanding transmission performance. In the USA he was named USEF Leading Sire five times in a row, that is, best dressage sire. He delivered Zwetcher for Stud Sprehe, who won DM silver in the arena with Kristin Biermann in the young riders in 2018. With the over-sire Donnerhall and the Westfalen Roemer, performance blood also appears in the following generations in Galaxy’s pedigree.
Galaxy comes from the very best of families, his mother delivered a pairing to Spielberg with Dionisos, a dressage horse that was successful in the international junior tour. His grandmother produced Galandro (by Bon Bravour), a stallion licensed by the KWPN and is half-sister to Exquis Nadine, who successfully represented the Dutch colors in the arena at championships under Hans-Peter Minderhoud. The third dam Charites is full sister of the Grand Prix winner Windsor. The licensed Dorado also emerged from the same branch of the Otrichta line.