Color: dark chestnut
Approved for: Hanover, Oldenburg, Mecklenburg, Rhineland, Westphalia, Southern German Stud Books
He has received everything from his ancestors – and proves to be an extremely worthy successor. Sezuan’s Donnerhall, an incredibly beautiful dark chestnut stallion with strong limbs, outstanding paces and first-class rideability, won his 14-day test in Neustadt/D. (9.34) and his 50-day test in Schlieckau (9.19). The judges gave the perfect score of 10.0 for his canter, and 9.5 for rideability, willingness to perform and overall impression.
His sire Sezuan achieved the unique record as a stallion of winning the World Championships for young dressage horses three times in a row, at the age of five, six and seven. He then won international competitions up to Inter I and is now being prepared by Patrik Kittel/SWE for his first competitions in Grand Prix. Previously, he had already made a name for himself as the absolute record winner of his stallion performance test (ten times 10.0), Danish Champion Stallion and Danish Dressage Horse Champion. He has produced over 20 licensed stallions, including So Unique, Hanoverian stallion market top price and German Champion, Secret, Vice German Champion, and Sam, Oldenburg premium stallion.
His dam Siola also produced the licensed stallion Vivaldi’s Donnerhall (by Vivaldi). Her full sister Sibiola also produced a licensed stallion, Don Furitello (by Fürstenball). Sibiola’s daughter Fürstin Fantasie (by Fürst Romancier) produced a premium stallion by Dancier.
The dam sire Sir Donnerhall I has already earned the status of “trademark stallion”. Himself second Reserve champion of his licensing, Regional Champion, record winner of his stallion performance test, Vice-World Champion of young dressage horses, German Champion and winner of the main premium, he can refer to almost 100 licensed sons.
The grand dam Dubiola produced with Sandro Hit the licensed stallion San Schufro, who was also successful up to advanced (S) level, and a full brother who was also licensed.
In the third generation is Don Schufro, Danish Champion and Team bronze winner at the Olympic Games in Hong Kong/HKS in 2008 with Andreas Helgstrand/DEN, as well as the sire of numerous successful horses.
Rubinstein, Furioso II and Miracolo xx also appear in the previous generations of his pedigree.
Sezuan’s Donnerhall represents the Oldenburg bloodline of Gula, a branch of the Heidemei family from which descend the licensed stallions Almati, Uruguay and Quick Star IV, the Oldenburg Champion Mare Fichu and the internationally successful show-jumping horse Heidegirl von Wichenstein/Florian Meyer zu Hartum .