Sezuan’s Donnerhall: 2015 liver chestnut, 168cm, Oldenburg
The legendary Oldenburg dressage hero, Donnerhall, appears three times in the pedigree. Undoubtedly, he also made a significant impact on this exceptional young stallion: Sezuan’s Donnerhall is clearly recognizable as an elegant dark chestnut as a representative of “Donnerhall’s parent company”. Large-scale, with significant games and harmony in the body, he has an outstanding basic gait potential and impresses with first-class rideability. Almost exemplary is his temperament with much inner peace and his first-class character.
The father Sezuan was five, six and seven years each world champion of young dressage horses and is undoubtedly one of the most sought-after dressage stallions of the present. Both his breeding and his sporting career is marked by highlights. Already on the occasion of his stallion performance test, he achieved the unprecedented record of ten times the 10.0 mark. In the performances during the World Championships, only scores between 9.5 and 10.0 were awarded for his basic gaits. From the first vintages of the Sezuan come besides several highly traded price spikes also first licensed sons, u. a. the Oldenburg Premium Stallion Sam and the Vice Bundeschampion Secret.
The mother Siola brought from mating with Vivaldi yet another licensed son; her full sister Sibiola also provided a licensed scion with Don Furitello (by Fürstenball, PB SWE).
The dam’s sire Sir Donnerhall I has acquired the status of a stamp stallion early on. Even 2nd Reserve Champion of his licensing, Landeschampion, HLP record winner, Vice-Dressage Champion and Bundeschampion as well as main premium winner dressurbetont can refer to about 100 approved sons. Numerous auction tips go to his account. The third generation is Don Schufro, under Andreas Helgstrand / DEN Danish champion and team bronze winner at the 2008 Olympic Games in Hong Kong and father of many champions. The grandmother Dubiola brought with Sandro Hit two licensed sons, u. a. San Schufro, S-victorious with Kristin Biermann. About Rubinstein I, Furioso II and Miracolo xx, the performance component is excellently secured even in the later generations. Sezuan’s Donnerhall represents the Oldenburg tribe 104 / Gula (by Kimme-Diedrich). From this branch of the Heidemei result eleven licensed stallions, u. a. Almati (PB Rhpfs.), Uruguay (PB Oldbg.) And Quick Star IV (SUI), the winners of the Oldenburg Elite Mare Show 1980, Fichu (by Furioso II) and the internationally successful show jumper Heidegirl von Wichenstein / Florian Meyer zu Hartum.
Licensed Oldeburg, Mecklenburg, Rhineland, Westfalen and all the South German Registries