|Bon Coeur||Benetton Dream FRH||Brentano II v. Bolero|
|Rotkäppchen v. Rotspon|
|Sonnenschein||Sandro Hit v. Sandro Song|
|Carla v. Carismo|
|Fenja||Fürst Nymphenburg||Florencio I v. Florestan I|
|Donner de Nero v. De Niro|
|Helena||Hochadel v. Hohenstein|
|Chanel v. Carbid|
Hanover, Holstein Global, Mecklenburg, Oldenburg, Rhineland, Southern German stud books, Westphalia
Tasso di monta:
€ 1.000 (plus 7% VAT)
Located in Syke
Marked by his sire Bon Coeur
A majestic performance at the Hanoverian licensing earned Bonjour a place in the premium ring. "Beautiful and charismatic. In movement this stallion, clearly marked by his sire Bon Coeur, always presented himself in an uphill frame and super elastic", Heike Kemmer summarised the enthusiastic judgement of the licensing commission. With his outstanding paces and exceptional ground-cover, this jet-black stallion sets new standards.
His sire Bon Coeur was premium stallion of the Hanoverian licensing in 2014. He finished his 30-day test in 2015 in Schlieckau with a dressage-focused end mark of 9.1. He completed his sport tests with scores of 9.0 and 8.9. As a three-year-old, he was Vice German Champion and Vice Regional Champion, as a four-year-old, he won the Hanoverian Regional Championship and was once again Vice German Champion. He won international competitions up to Inter I representing Sweden. He has produced around 25 licensed stallions, including the Oldenburg Champion Stallion Bellany and numerous premium stallions, such as Bon Courage, who was Vice German Champion of three-year-old stallions in 2019.
His dam St.Pr.St. Fenja has also produced his full brother, the licensed stallion Bonfire HW, premium stallion of the Hanoverian licensing in 2019.
His grand-sire Fürst Nymphenburg I, who stands at the Celle State Stud in Lower Saxony, was victorious in sport up to Inter II. He produced seven licensed stallions.
The proven sires Hochadel and Carbid appear in the third and fourth generations of his pedigree.
His great-grand-dam Chanel produced several internationally successful show jumping horses, including the licensed stallion Freigeist (by For Edition I) who was placed in 1.45m international show jumping competitions with Linda Heed/SWE. Quincy (by Quaid I)/Anika Kuhn was also placed in 1.40m show jumping competitions. Order by Post (by Quaid I) successfully competed for Great Britain in 1.35m show jumping competitions.
From the dam line of the thoroughbred mare Princess Corvig xx also descend the 1.60m show jumping horse Lesthago (by Levisto Z)/David Will as well as further dressage and show jumping horses.
"Always uphill and super elastic"