|Bogeardens Don Romina||Don Schufro|
DWB, Hanover, Mecklenburg, Oldenburg, Rhineland, Southern German Stud Books, Westphalia
€ 1,300 (plus 7% VAT)
Stationed in Hagen a. T. W.
The name speaks for itself
With an overall score of 9.64, he was the champion of the first edition of the final of four-year-olds at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses in 2019 in Ermelo/NED - So Unique continues to be in a league of his own with Eva Möller. 10.0 for walk, 9.8 for perspective, 9.7 for canter and rideability, 9.0 for trot - and far ahead of the other competitors. Already at his stallion performance test and in his victory at the German Championships, dream scores were hailing for this radiant stallion, who was premium stallion in Hanover and Denmark and left the Verden licensing as the top price of the Stallion Market.
So Unique transmits his exceptional dynamism, but also his very calm temperament to his foals.
His sire Sezuan was World Champion of the five, six and seven-year-old dressage horses and belongs, without a doubt, to the most demanded dressage stallions of the present. With his rider Dorothee Schneider, he won international competitions up to Inter I. Since then, he has been trained up to Grand Prix level with Patrik Kittel/SWE, among others. On the breeding scene, the Danish Champion Stallion, record stallion performance test winner and Danish Dressage Champion also dominates all events. He sired our two-time record stallion performance test winner, Sezuan's Donnerhall, the Vice World Champion and German Champion of young dressage horses, Secret, the bronze medallist at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses, Queenparks Wendy with Andreas Helgstrand/DEN, and our Oldenburg Reserve Champion Stallion So Perfect, to name just a few highlights.
The dam St.Pr.St. Daiquiri, herself a winner in tests for young horses, is a half-sister of the licensed stallions St. Petersburg (by Sandro Bedo) and Quaterbend Ymas (by Quaterback), of the mare Doris Day K (by De Niro), who produced the licensed stallion Sir Stanislaus (by Sandro Hit), who was successful up to Inter I, of the mare Dynasty (by De Niro), who produced the licensed stallion Scolari (by Sandro Hit), and of the mare Daylight (by De Niro), who produced the licensed stallion Flanell (by Fidertanz). Daiquri also produced Havanna II (by Blue Hors Hotline), who was placed up to Inter I.
His dam's sire Donnerhall counts as one of the most important line founders of current times.
German Champion and four-year-old World Champion of young dressage horses