Colour: Dark Brown Tobiano
Aa Ee T / nt
Carries 1 tobiano gene (that creates the coat colour patches)
- to a non-tobiano mare around 50% of progeny will be tobiano.
- to a tobiano mare, around 75% of progeny will be tobiano
Breed: Warmblood (bred in Germany, residing in Norway)
If more than 1 pregnancy is achieved, there will be an additional service fee payable
Price: Sold per full frozen dose, 1 service certificate / fee
The Australian doses are 4 straws per dose, the NZ ones are 3 straws as the
semen at collection was more concentrated.
Available now in New Zealand, shipped from EquiBreed NZ in Te Awamutu
Available in Australia from Gene Movers in VIC
Suitability: eventing, show jumping, dressage
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Video of Sir Cisco
Sir Cisco finished his 30 day test in 2009 in Prussendorf with very good marks in all sections.
In Spring 2011 he travelled with his Norwegian rider Inger Cathrine Bugge to a training session with A Dibowski and the goal was to qualify for the Bundeschampionat for eventing horses.
This was a success story, with the pair achieving the top mark and qualifying immediately.
In the Bundeschampionat in 2011 they scored 9.1 in the qualifier, and an excellent sixth place in the Final.
Sir Cisco's first crop of foals was born in 2011, and since then numerous foals have won awards for their movement, conformation and temperament.
Video of Sir Cisco showjumping at the Arctic Equestrian Games in 2012
Sir Cisco's sire Sancisco, is one of the most famous sons of Sandro Hit and is internationally successful in Grand Prix Special classes. He also won his stallion performance test and received high marks for his jumping ability.
His dam Florida E produced the approved stallion Wiarpo by Wind Dancer, also a tobiano.
The dam sire Arpeggio who was at stud in Warendorf has very good breeding value indices in both disciplines (jumping and dressage). Arpeggio is the sire of many highly successful showjuming horses, including All Inclusive NRW, Allerdings, Pikeur Ailton and Acomet.
The grand dam is a half-sister to the stallion Ferrari by Florestan I and licensed in Sweden.
Also Polany in the third generation of the pedigree was at stud in Warendorf. He is a son of Polydor, who produced successful sport horses for both disciplines, including Pakkato, Puertollano and Polano.
Sir Cisco's pedigree is rounded off by the stallions Domenico and Samber, who is responsible for the tobiano colour. Sir Cisco represents the Netherlands mother line 36 from which the licensed stallions Gaudy and Gaudi as well as the advanced level dressage horse Rylottie originate.
Video of Sir Cisco competing at the Bundeschampionate 2011 - eventing / showjumping
Sir Cisco at the Bundeschampionate in 2011 - eventing course water jump.
EK's High Five, by Sir Cisco
Foal by Sir Cisco - showing their very good and active hind leg reach and drive
Lykke-karing, 2yo by Sir Cisco
is one of the upcoming stars in the FN's 2009 predicted breeding value statistics. A brilliant type, athletic and supple and with lots of impulsion from behind. Walk, trot, canter and rideability: All criteria in the upper range on the score sheet! In addition, his willingness to be collected and his eagerness to learn are astonishing – in other words, he's the dream of every rider.
Sancisco took his 30-day test in Prussendorf in 2005. For his gaits and rideability he received the ideal score of 9.0 practically all of the time and the guest rider even gave him a 9.75 for rideability. Back in Prussendorf in 2006, he won the 70-day test and also took first place in the dressage index as well as second place in the jumping index. From 2005 to 2007, Sancisco was busy winning and placing in tests for young riding and dressage horses from novice (A) to medium (M) level. In the year 2007 Sancisco won 15 tests for young dressage horses in medium (M, M/B and M/A) classes and also qualified for the Bundeschampionat. In 2008 – his first season in advanced classes – Sansisco and his trainer, Ronald Lüder, won more than 20 advanced (S) level dressage tests up to Intermediaire I. He also placed in the Final of the Nürnberg Burgpokal in December 2008. Meanwhile, more than 40 advanced level victories have been recorded. In 2009, Sancisco again easily qualified for the Nürnberg Burgpokal Final. That made him the most successful Sandro Hit offspring in sport in 2009 and after winning his first Grand Prix test last November, the year 2010 will be his first real Grand Prix season. He also received the VTV Dressage Stallion of the Year award in 2009 at the Oldenburg Hengsttage for his exceptional performance record.
Sancisco made a great debut as a sire: From 2006 to 2008 he sired by far the most Elite foals in Mecklenburg and numerous other premium foals in various breeding areas. Many Sancisco foals won classes at the Kempke Hof Foal Championships. The greatest highlight so far in his career as a sire was when one of his sons became the Mecklenburg Champion Stallion 2009. In addition, two other Sancisco sons were also licensed.
His sire, Sandro Hitwas Bundeschampion of six-year old dressage horses as well as World Champion of Young Horses in Arnheim. His dam, Rosenfee, is a daughter of the no less important multi-champion, Rohdiamant, who won his licensing as well as several classes in Bundeschampionats before celebrating success in Grand Prix. Without doubt, he is the number one among the numerous Rubinstein I sons. With the multi-sire, Grundstein I, who also won Grand Prix, and the great Futuro, who added decisive performance impulses in the Oldenburg breed, his pedigree is superbly rounded off. Sancisco comes from the originally Wendland performance line of Haftung (by Hammer-Schwansee-Fluvius, etc.) which reached Oldenburg from Denmark. This line is also known for the stallions Don Eduardo and Wiener Skat (State Stud Celle), Excellenz, Landgold JMEN and Weltman (Sweden).
Licensed for Oldenburg, Hanover, Westphalia, Rhineland, Finland, Sweden and Poland as well as all Southern German and new German State Verbands.