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  • Oldenburg Elite Auction

    Does anyone know how much SD II sold for? I can't find the results on the website.

  • #2
    The auction just ended. The full results should be up very shortly on the German site, and you will find videos, photos, and a full report on www.oldenburghorse.com in the next few days.

    Sir Donnerhall II sold to Sweden for 250,000 Euro! A Venezuelan client of Patrick Burssens of the International Dressage Academy in Florida put up a great fight, but in the end Sweden won the bid. It would have been fun to have him in North America, but he is going to a good stallion station, so I'm sure he'll remain available for breeding.


    • #3
      The results are up. They were very speedy with this.
      It's not true that I had nothing on. I had the radio on.”
      ? Marilyn Monroe


      • #4
        Dressage horse results - http://www.oldenburger-pferde.com/horses/67_3313.php .

        Jumping horse results - http://www.oldenburger-pferde.com/horses/67_3314.php.

        And pony results - http://www.oldenburger-pferde.com/horses/67_3315.php.

        Who bought the Sandro Hit / Rubinstein stallion?


        • #5
          Anyone have time to kill and want to figure out the percentage of Donnerhalls? And Sandro Hits?

          Actually note the W and R lines too.
          Last edited by Oakstable; Apr. 2, 2011, 08:05 PM.


          • #6
            Is any horse name starting with a D related to Donnerhall in a GOV auction?


            • #7
              Originally posted by Oakstable View Post
              Anyone have time to kill and want to figure out the percentage of Donnerhalls? And Sandro Hits?

              Actually note the W and R lines too.
              Didn't take long. Of the 26 dressage horses:

              Donnerhall - 15
              Sandro Hit - 8
              World Cup/Wohler - 4
              Rubinstein I - 6

              That is just looking at the first 3 generations.

              Is any horse name starting with a D related to Donnerhall in a GOV auction?
              Pretty much.


              • #8
                The Grand Prix rider and trainer, Jason Canton, and his partner, Julia Martin, of Atlanta, Georgia bought the Sandro Hit x Rubinstein - #2 stallion. Uwe said that if he had been a year older, that stallion would have been the top horse in the auction. He is amazing.

                Jason is well known for having owned, trained and competed Grandioso as a young horse through to Inter I.

                Got the photos from Tammo and Kiki this morning. The report and videos will be up shortly!


                • #9
                  Glad to hear Jason is getting something else nice to replace Grandioso. I think that will make at least the 14th (?) Sandro Hit stallion in NA.


                  • #10
                    14? Is there a list somewhere? How many are S/R crosses?
                    Fresh, Frozen & ISO Warmblood Breedings FB Group


                    • #11
                      Originally posted by back in the saddle View Post
                      14? Is there a list somewhere? How many are S/R crosses?
                      Licensed Sandro Hit sons in NA:

                      Sagnol – Sandro Hit / Landadel / Phantast
                      San Rubin – Sandro Hit / Rubinstein I / Aleppo xx
                      Sandomere – Sanro Hit / Ramiro’s Match / Modus
                      Sandro’s Heir – Sandro Hit / Castro / Inschallah AA
                      Schroeder – Sandro Hit / Escudo I / Gajus
                      Ser Gioveto – Sandro Hit / Bismarck / Gaston
                      Shakespeare RSF – Sandro Hit / Arrian / Pablo
                      Sinatra Song – Sandro Hit / Pik Bube II / Akut
                      Sonntagskind – Sandro Hit / Donnerhall / Rubinstein I
                      Soprano – Sandro Hit / Contender / Tin Rocco
                      Sutherland Song – Sandro Hit / Caprimond / Sion
                      Sure Hit – Sandro Hit / Furioso II / Duellgraf

                      One of the best ones – Starlight - sold back to Germany last year. He was Sandro Hit / Cordeur / Argentinus.

                      There are also several licensed sons of Sir Donnerhall I here -
                      Sir Gregory – Sir Donnerhall I / Don Gregory / Pikasso
                      Sir James – Sir Donnerhall I / Feiner Stern / Pik Bube I
                      Sirringo – Sir Donnerhall I / Rubinstein I / Herbststurm

                      And actually, I think that the one Jason bought is not licensed - at least, not yet.

                      With all the SH blood now in Germany and NA, it is no wonder I keep hearing about mare owners looking elsewhere this year for stallions!