Awesome, shiny dressage stallion prospect with a beautiful conformation of outstanding quality. San Heinrich GT has a big-framed, pronounced and harmonious conformation and displays brilliant basic gaits. Meanwhile, he has been carefully started under saddle and delights with his super rideability.
His sire San Amour I has already been a consistent supplier of progeny for auctions, shows and championships in his younger years. His daughter Soiree d’Amour was the 2012 Oldenburg National Champion and unbeaten Federal Champion of three-year-old mares and geldings. San Amour I has been siring more than 25 licensed sons, among them Sandbrink, winner of the 2011 Southern German Stallion Licensing. An above-average percentage of San Amour I-daughters from his first two crops of foals on the ground were nominated “state premium mare” in the different breeding areas. His son Stern von Afrika was the 2011 Oldenburg National Champion and Vice Federal Champion of three-year-old mares and geldings. San Amour I was the 2006 Premium Stallion and price highlight at the Oldenburg Stallion Licensing in Vechta. In 2008, he was nominated Main Premium Winner, also winning the dressage evaluation at his stallion performance test. Besides, he immediately qualified for the Federal Championships where he was placed in the Final.
The dam Flocke is full sister of a number of successful dressage horses up to the advanced level, among them Fairy Dancer/Jasmin Hinrichsen. Her sire Fürst Heinrich won his 30-day performance test in 2001, he came out a winner in the division of four-year-old main premium stallions at the 2002 Oldenburg Stallion Licensing and was the celebrated World Champion of five-year-old dressage horses in Verden in 2003. Within just a few years, he has been developing into a true stallion star, siring more than 30 licensed sons and more than 50 state premium mares and mares particularly honoured by their breeding associations (“Verbandsprämienstute”). His two sons Van the Man and Fürstenball won the Oldenburg Stallion Licensing and the licensed stallion Fürst Fugger the Federal Championships twice. The granddam, state premium mare Wölkchen, is full sister of the approved stallion Wanthano (privately owned stallion in Hanover, victorious in medium level dressage tests). The top sires Wolkentanz II and Rubinstein I further down in San Heinrich’s pedigree provide the perfect genetic background to ensure brilliant rideabililty to be passed on to future generations.
San Heinrich GT is a representative of the Hanoverian dam line 232/Denkerlilie (by Deputant – Ming – Schmieder – Flacon etc.) that traces back far into the 19th century and that produced 16 licensed stallions, among them Akkord (privately owned stallion in Great Britain), Amerigo Vespucci (privately owned stallion in Great Britain), Cornettino Ask (privately owned stallion in Denmark, winner of his stallion licensing), Curacao (privately owned stallion in Oldenburg), Feragosto (privately owned stallion in Bavaria and Hessen), Unique (privately owned stallion in the Netherlands), Westinghouse (Marbach National State Stud, privately owned stallion in Thuringia, winner of his stallion licensing) and Zaandam (privately owned stallion in Hanover).