NP Scarlet’s Sire Line

 

Sirocco

Sirocco – Imported Wurttemberger

Sirocco pedigree

Scarlet’s Sire: Sirocco

Sirocco arrived as a two year old in Australia in October 2004, after a mammoth amount of research of hundreds of pedigrees and stallions. Making the trip to Germany in August 2004, Axel Renz personally inspected over 150 prospective young stallions, but couldn’t go past the impressive Sir Oldenburg son. The pedigree and conformation of this exceptional young horse was like no other. On top of that he showed the most amazing movement and a temperament and character that was equally impressive.

Sirocco had the type of the much favoured ‘modern’ looking stallion. The long legs, elegant head and neck, and sloping shoulder were all so consistent with his refined body, and to top it all off, he was black!

Sir Oldenburg

Sir Oldenburg

Sir Oldenburg

Sir Oldenburg Performance record:

Born 1998 and at a height of 170cm, Sir Oldenburg was the declared darling of the Oldenburg Stallion Days of 2000 where he was decorated with the I-e premium. He completed the 30-day test in Neustadt/Dosse the following year, as third of his test lot, became champion of the Oldenburg State Championship of three-year-old stallions and participated in the Federal Championship. He became Oldenburg state vice-champion and won the bronze medal at the Federal Championship in 2002. In 2003 and 2004 respectively, Sir Oldenburg also qualified for the Federal Dressage Championship, which makes him one of the few horses that have won a ticket for Warendorf four times in a row. Sir Oldenburg moreover attained second place in the semi-finals and was placed twelfth in the finals as a six-year-old

Sir Oldenburg Breeding record:

Sir Oldenburg was awarded the Young Stallion’s Premium of the Baden-Württemberg Association, as a result of his outstanding first batch of foals. He also presented a finalist at the German Foal Championship in Lienen, as well as the vice-champion of the South German Foal Championship, run by the Oldenburg Association in Gärtringen and the runnerup of the State Foal Show in Offenburg. One of his daughters scored 9.4, gaining qualification for the German Foal Championship at the Schlossäcker studfarm in 2004 and furthermore, became vice-champion in the finals in Lienen. Two sons from his first batch of foals, Schwabenstolz and a further stallion, received positive approval in the premium ring, at the second South German approval in Munich-Riem at the beginning of 2005.

From the World Champion stables of French Kiss, Sir Oldenburg is destined for a Successful career in Dressage. Being trained by Katrin Burger until early in 2006, he is now continuing to impress under his new rider. A licensed Oldenburger, he stands at Stud: Gestut Schlossacker.

Sion

Sion

Scarlet’s Sire Sire Sire: Sion

Scarlet’s Sire Sire Sire: Sion is  a highly esteemed and versatile  Oldenburger approved stallion, sire of over 12 approved stallions including  Sintender, Seidon, Shine On, Skywalker and Sir Charles,sire of successful sport horses including Shine On, Sir Oldenburg, Sir Tender, Sir Primeur, Schwarzenegger, and sire of 30 state premium mares in Oldenburg, including his daughter Viktoria B who was champion of the 1995 Oldenburg Elite Mare Show in Rastede.     He has 446 competition offspring, with lifetime earnings of 767.339 Euros!  Sion produced numerous horses for advanced class competition sport at the Oldenburg Bührmann station in Döhlen, including  Solong who collected placements in advanced (S) class showjumping under Stefan Geue.  Sion also presented further approved sons,  Tasmina and New Generation won the I-d and I-e premiums in the Diamond Ring.

Sterntaler

Sion is perhaps best known as the sire of his approved son, international Grand Prix star Sterntaler , currently ridden by  Matthias Alexander Rath, and  named to the German dressage team.

Contender

Scarlet’s Sire Sire Dam Sire Contender

Scarlet’s Sire Sire Dam Sire Contender, who was the 1987 stallion performance test winner in Adelheidsdorf, developed into an exceptional sire during his three-year covering stint in Oldenburg and has become one of the most sought after stallions nation-wide, since his return to the Holstein breeding region. He already presented esteemed stallion sons in Oldenburg and continued his siring career in Holstein without a break. He transmits himself with great diversity both in dressage and in showjumping.

Tin Rocco

Tin Rocco

Scarlet’s Sire Sire Dam Dam Sire:      Tin Rocco

The advanced (S) class showjumper Tin Rocco, Holsteiner, who was recruited for breeding by way of his performance record in showjumping, injected the best genetic potential into the pedigree.

The mareline is impressive through and through with state premium mares and elite mares with Dutch roots. The mareline is based on the mare Gunetta (by Alex-Ritmeester). This bloodline also produced the I-b premium stallion of the 1984 approval Grand Slam, as well as Sattrick, who was a member of the Austrian team that took part in the 2004 European Young Dressage Rider’s Championship, as well as Rubellit, who was successful in the 2003 Hamburg Dressage Derby.

Donnerschlag

Donnerschlag

Scarlet’s Sire Dam’s Sire :      Donnerschlag

Born: 1987 Height: 16.2h

Sirocco’s dam Dominga is by the legendary Donnerhall son Donnerschlag who has the reputation as the Dressage Sire of the Century’.

For many years Donnerschlag was the top sire of the famous Gestuet St. Ludwig of Germany, where he left a distinct mark on an era of breeding. His sire DONNERHALL was a stallion of legendary proportion and index rated as the World’s leading sire of Dressage Horses. Pirola, his dam, was a full sister to the famous PIK BUBE I. Donnerschlag has produced numerous approved sons, including Dream of Heidelberg, Donnerwind, Donnerluck, Donnerfuerst, Diamond Dancer, Diamond B, Don Stephano & Donnergold.

Donnerschlag was rated top of the 1995 FN Breeding Index for Dressage achieving a score higher than ever before. Many of his foals were winners and Gold Medal achievers in Rheinland. In 1998 a Donnerschlag son won at the French Dressage Championships, whilst the Licensed stallion son Don Stefano was highly successful at the Bundeschampionships in Showjumping.

Donnerschlag was successful himself at Grand Prix Dressage and had top ratings for years with his breeding index in both Dressage & Showjumping.

In 2000, Donnerschlag was sold for a multi-million dollar amount to Fairwind Farm in the USA where he continues to stand at stud and produce exceptional progeny. Before leaving Europe he produced 17 acclaimed European State Premium Mares

Reproduced per kind permission Axel Renz of Bloomfield Farm.