|Sandro Hit||Sandro's Song||Sandro|
|Dawn Til Dusk||Demonstrator|
Beautiful colt sired by Sandro Hit himself, a stallion who has founded a new dressage breeding dynasty with numerous incredibly successful offspring. Sandro Hits dam Elite Loretta is one of the most influential breeding mares of all time producing three top stallions all by different sires – Sandro Hit (by Sandro Song), premium stallion Royal Hit (by Royal Dance) and Reserve World Champion and Reserve German Young Horse Champion Diamond Hit (by Don Schufro).
Sandro Hit has over 160 licensed sons including Stedinger, Show Star, Sandreo, San Remo, Samba Hit, San Amour, Sunny Boy, Soliman de Hus, Swarovski, Sir Donnerhall, Santana, Samarant, Serano Gold, St Moritz, Sarkozy, Scolari and Sorento. The dam, Faside Brianna, is sired by Bretton Woods who won the Bronze Medal at the World Championships of five-year-old dressage horses. Prior to that, he won the 50-day test of the KWPN as well as the VSN Trophy in the Netherlands, where he was awarded a 10,0 for his rideability. Ridden by Matthias Alexander Rath, Bretton Woods achieved seven wins and several high placings in Prix St. Georges and Intermediaire I. Since then he has reached Grand Prix level. His foals often reach high prices at auctions and from his first crop, several of his sons have been licensed, including champion and premium stallions.
Bretton Woods sire Johnson was the champion of his KWPN licensing in 2005 and participant in the finals of the World Championships of Dressage Horses in 2007. Internationally he is very successful in dressage with Hans Peter Minderhoud. His dam Annabel, bred to Jazz, produced the licensed stallion Chagall and has for years been one of the most highly ranked mares in KWPN breeding. With the highly significant black sire De Niro, who is currently in first place of the WBFSH ranking of all dressage sires and the highly appreciated Romancier, who is dam sire to Furst Romancier, the genetics of the dam side are highly secured.
The granddam Faside Dawn Til Dusk is by the International Grand Prix Dressage Stallion, Demonstrator, out of our KWPN graded main studbook PROK mare, Reggae. These are superb dressage bloodlines. Demonstrator was short listed for the Olympic Dressage Team. Reggae was imported from Holland and is by the Dutch stallion Olympic Vincent, who is one of the top dressage sires on the KWPN Stallion Index. Reggaes sister was exported to America and one of Reggaes foals went to Holland for the second round of the KWPN stallion licensing. Vincent was named Dutch Champion at the 1989 Grand Prix at Haaksberg