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This foal is by the exciting dressage stallion Vitalis who is making a big impact in modern dressage breeding. The dam is by the Sandro Hit son San Amour. This foal comes from a line of homebed mares going back to one of our foundation mares, Rosewould.
The sire Vitalis is an incerdibly popular stallion, having already produced 33 licensed sons. The dam is a homebred mare by San Amour who was the dressage champion of his performance test, becoming a premium stallion at Vechta, and the price highlight of the ensuing auction.
Vitalis has already sire 33 licensed sons, with several becoming Premium stallions. One of the most well known is Valverde ridden by Eva Moller, who became German Champion and came fourth at the World Championships for young dressage horses. Villeneuve with rider Dorothee Schneider was Vice World Champion. Victoria's Secret became 2016 World Champion in Ermelo after winning the German Championships the year before.
Vitalis was Champion Foal in the Netherlands in 2007. He won the dressage index of his stallion performance test. Vitalis was placed at the World Championships and Pavo Cup final. In 2016, ridden by Isabel Freese, he won the Burg Cup Final in Frankfurt and the "Stallion of the year" competition at Inter I level at the World Championships in Ermelo. Vitalis was Vivaldi’s first licensed stallion. His dam Tolivia was the 3-year old Champion Mare in the Netherlands.
The dam Sandalwood has produced an AES licensed stallion, Got The Love. The damsire San Amour was the dressage champion of his performance test, twice scoring 9.5 for his rideability. He achieved a fantastic overall score of 126.49. He was a premium stallion at Vechta, and was the price highlight of the ensuing auction. He was awarded the Hauptprämie in recognition of his outstanding first crop of foals, and in the same year he qualified for the Bundeschampionat, and was placed in the final.
The greatdam sire is BWBS Champion Stallion Rosenburg. He is by Rohdiamant (Rubinstein) who was the champion dressage horse of his generation. Rosewould’s dam Obia is also the dam of Furst Impression who won the Albion Medium Restricted at the British Dressage Winter Championship with Jamie Broom in 2016.