Color: dark bay
Approved for: WESTF, OLDBG
Highly demanded young athlete of particular elegance. Great Schufro thrilled the audience on the occasion of the 2016 Oldenburg licensing days in Vechta through his masculine aura with ideal body harmony, sensational scope in his movement pattern from his freedom of the shoulders, good use of his back and energetically repetitive hindquarters. His sire Grey Flanell embodies international bloodlines with Trakehner shine and nobility. Now trained up to high level, he has already set standards with his first crops: Numerous of his descendants were top prices at auctions and in 2014, he was the winner of the Ia main premium at the Oldenburg stallion days. In 2016, he presented his first sons at German licensing venues. His dam, elite mare Dina, has already produced the licensed stallion Roadrunner from a crossing with Romanov. She is a daughter of the Oldenburg top sire Don Schufro, who has written history in Danish dressage with Andreas Helgstrand. In 2004, he was Danish vice-champion and qualified for the Olympic Games in Athens/GRE. Furthermore, he won several World Cup qualifiers. In 2008, he won team bronze in Pekin. Since 2001, Don Schufro has led the FN breeding valuation over many years. His grand-dam St. Pr. St. Ambiente produced the Grand-Prix horse Donauprinzesin (by Donnerhall).
With the Trakehner performance sire Rondo as well as Don Carlos, Maigraf xx and Drollig, the pedigree is also rich with top genetics in the further generations. Great Schufro represents the Hanoverian mare family 498/Folia (by Foliant-Schumann-Jassy I etc.), who has produced in total 18 licensed stallions, including Codex One/Christian Ahlmann, Cosiograf B (licensing champion), Don Juan (Ldb./stud Warendorf), Fürst Belissaro and Gin Tonic (Ldb./stud Celle), Lucian (Ldb./stud Redefin, stallion performance test), Raueck I-IV (Bav.) and Wallenstein (Ldb./stud Marbach) as well as the successful show-jumper Lets Go 10/Peter Baust and international dressage stars Adriano 2/Dr. Josef Neckermann und Agnelli/Isabell Werth.