Sire : HESSELHOJ DONKEY BOY
Hesselhoj Donkey Boy is a son of Dancing Hit, champion of his approval in Denmark, performing at Inter II level, he only had one year of production, having unfortunately died prematurely.
Hesselhoj Donkey Boy was elected Elite Stallion of the Danish Warmblood studbook in 2020. In 4 outings in 2020, he took 3 wins and a 2nd place in CDI 3*.
In 2019, he was runner-up in the World Championship for 7-year-olds, and had already won the CDI 3*.
In 2017, 3rd in the 5-year-old World Championship.
In 2016 and 2017, he was Danish champion at 4 and 5 years of age.
Among the hundred or so offspring of Hesselhoj Donkey Boy is Down Town, who won the World Championship for 5-year-olds in 2021.
Daughter of DON JUAN DE HUS, who has never ceased to be talked about during his lifetime and has continued since his tragic disappearance. Through his extraordinary gait and sporting success on the one hand, and also through his offspring which, like their father, dominate young horse shows as well as stallion approvals.
In the Top 100 of the SHF, DON JUAN DE HUS is at the head of the ranking of the best sires of young horses, leaving the others far behind him. It has 19 products entered in competition ahead of SOLIMAN DE HUS (11) and QUATERBACK (5). Its products have accumulated € 8718.84 in earnings (SOLIMAN € 3177.1). According to the ranking of the best sires of young horses of the German Equestrian Federation 2017, DON JUAN DE HUS is in 3rd place with a value of 168 and 91% probability of success.
In 2018, for the second consecutive year, a son of DON JUAN DE HUS was crowned World Champion in Ermelo. D'AVIE and Severo Jurado Lopez won the 6-year-old final with incredible scores of 10 galloping, 9.8 trotting, 8 walking, 9 submission and 9.5 potential! In the 5-year-old category it was DORIAN GRAY DE HUS and Jessica Michel Botton who made the talk. With the scores of 9.5 at the trot, 9 at the walk and submission, 8.9 at the gallop and 9.4 for the potential they finished in fifth place but the public would have seen them at the top of the podium!
DORIAN GRAY DE HUS also marked the Great Week of Saumur by winning the French Championship for the second year in a row. Other sons and daughters of DON JUAN DE HUS were rewarded in Saumur such as DYONISOS DE HUS, Champion of male foals, FABIO DE HUS, Vice-Champion 2 years old males, FRAGOLINO DU PARC, Champion 3 years old males, FORTUNE CARREE DE HUS , Champion 3 years females, DON VITO DE HUS, Vice-Champion CC 4 years, ELLIE PRAILLE, Champion CL 4 years, DIOR DE GREZ NEUVILLE, Champion CL 2nd year 5 years, .. Thanks to his production, DON JUAN DE HUS is again at the top of the TOP 100 SHF best sire of young dressage horses! In the ranking of the best sires of young horses of the German Equestrian Federation 2018, DON JUAN DE HUS wins a place and is on the second step of the podium!
His sire WANDERBURSCH II is a very elegant and talented stallion. He comes from the best Hanoverian bloodlines. In 1988 he finished runner-up in his endorsement at Verden. He has 6 approved sons and 28 state award winning daughters. His products go up to S class as well as in dressage and show jumping.
Among the products of WYELLA there is LAURENTIO, by LAURIES CRUSADOR xx, stallion approved in Oldenburg, Hanover, Rheinland, Westphalia and Denmark. In 2005, he qualified for the German Championships for young horses and he is the father of:
LIGHT AND EASY, Approval Champion in Verden
LLOYD WEBBER, Vechta Approval Champion
LET'S TALK ABOUT, in 2007, was sold for 170,000 € at Medingen, Top Price of the sale.
She also produced STARLETT DE HUS (with SAMBA HIT), champion of France at 4 with Jessica Michel then finalist at 5, who is now riding under the saddle of Swiss international rider Céline Michaud.
Third dam : GINA
GINA, is a state award winning mare. Her father, GRANDE has 46 approved sons including the famous GRAPHIT, and approximately 30 state award winning daughters.
Three of its products participated in the Olympic Games:
• GRANDE GISO for the Netherlands
• LARGE for the USA
• GUTE SITTE for Belgium.
GRANDE can be found in many origins both in dressage and in jumps:
• GALAPAGOS (which participated in the 1982 World Championships),
• GIGOLO, multi-medalist at the Olympic Games, World and European Championships as well as winner of numerous national titles with his rider Isabelle Werth ...