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Salieri is a top class sire of international jumper and dressage competitors. His most famous son is Salinero, 2004 individual Olympic Gold medalist in dressage, and multiple FEI World Cup winner, ridden by Anke van Grunsven. He is also the sire of Olympic showjumper, Seven Up, ridden by Oleg Krasug and Franke Sloothak. Salinero and Seven Up represented their sire in 1999 and 2000 at the Federal Championships in Warendor in dressage and jumping. Salieri represents the performance line of Senator, and his pedigree connects Senator's two most important sons, Sender and Sesam I. Salieri has an impressive performance record. He had victories in Class S as a seven year old and made his international breakthrough under Holger Wulschner. He was ridden to four international three-star advanced tests (Noerten-Hardenberg, Aarhus, Hambur and Leipzig). He also had many placements. In 2002 Salieri's prize winnings exceeded 100,000 euros. Salieri's offspring have been very good, and he has two approved sons, Salisbury and Saint Malo. Sally B, a states premium full sister to Salisbury has won competitions up to class M.

Salvano Salem Saloniki
SPS Dina Dynamo
Samtbeere Servus Sesam
SPS Dombucht
SPS Weissbeere Wrede

1989 black Hanoverian  

Stallion Performance Test 1992, Medingen

Overall score  110.05 / 12th of 36

Dressage score  101.52 / 17th

Jumping score  116.44 / 2nd