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Sanyo--a colorful change! This young stallion has been a pleasant surprise–not just at his approval, but even before that. This energetically moving pinto was auctioned by Uwe Heckmann at the Elite Foal Auction in Vechta in 2003, where there was a hot duel involving several buyers. Two years later and just licensed, he brought 110,000 Euro at the stallion auction after the 2005 Oldenburg approval in Vechta, the second highest price. You seldom find a painted horse of this quality: a beautiful silhouette with pleasing proportions, an elastic sequence of movement in all three gaits that covers enormous ground, excellent jumping beyond anything asked of him–plus an especially attractive color. His sire, Semper, was the 1997 Champion Stallion of the Pinto Breeding Society. As a son of Sandro, an advance level tested sire and grandson of the well-known and highly successful pinto, Samber (dressage and jumping up to advanced level), Semper has confirmed himself as a sire and has already produced two licensed sons. Additional insurance is added by the Pilot son, Pablo, as well as the Furioso II son, Feingau, and the Oldenburg Champion Stallion, Admirand (who also sired Fiorella Queen, the unforgotten price record breaker of 1982 who sold for 200,000 DM). Along with the striking color, they especially passed on riding horse qualities. The solid Oldenburg dam line of Burgherrin produced numerous sport horses for jumping and dressage up to advanced level.

Semper Sandro Sacramento Song xx
Imago Samber
Morena Pablo Pilot
Burgherrin Feingau

2003 bay pinto 16.1-1/2-hand Oldenburg

Approved for: Oldenburg and the European Pinto Breeding Society (ECHA/ESV)

Stallion Performance Test

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Dressage score 

Jumping score