Sire, Relevantus “Zorro”
Dam, Fuji has a versatile pedigree, her sire, Fuerst Gotthard, a Grand Prix jumper gave her correct and fancy movement. Sire, Fuerst Gotthard, an international jumper, known for his disposition, rideability and excellent movement. As a three-year-old, just two months under saddle, Fuerst Gotthard was named Show Champion Stallion at both the West Coast Sporthorse Classic and the LA Equestrian Center futurity. At his Oldenburg licensing Fuerst Gotthard scored 8’s for correctness of gates, swing & elasticity, overall impression and development, hindquarter, frame, breed & sex type. Later that year he became reserve champion of his 100-day test with the high score of 132.24. receiving 9,s for ability to work, general jumping ability and cross country; an 8 average for walk, trot, canter, and 8’s for willingness to work and rideability. As a 4 year old, ridden by Volker Ehlers, Fuerst Gotthard received the unusual high score of 84% in a first level dressage test.
Fuji’s Damsire, Diamont, (Durkheim/S.P.Babette (Bleep XX) a Bay Hanoverian Stallion and proven dressage sire. Diamont ranked 1st by USDF among Hanoverian stallions and 2nd among all stallions of all breeds for production of dressage horses in the U.S. Diamont a noted dressage sire and ranked 1st in 1994, 1996 and 1997 by the USDF among all Hanoverian stallions for producing USDF Horse of the Year qualifiers. He produced three licensed stallions and fourteen Elite Hanoverian mares. His offspring are well noted for being successful in all the sport horse disciplines including dressage, Grand Prix show jumping, eventing, and also a producer of top hunters.
Fuji acquires jumping ability through her dam side as well with Great Grand Sire, Grand Prix jumper, Prinz Gaylord. In addition to jumping Prinz Gaylord was also shown in 2nd and 3rd level dressage classes. Prinz Gaylord proved to be a successful producer of jumpers early in his career. He was declared Germany’s Leading Sire for 1983 by the German FN. His progeny include the international Grand Prix horses: Prinz Charming (Germ) shown by Margie Engle and Prinz Haylord, and the approved stallion Prinz Charming (US), a top 10 finisher in the International Jumper Futurity West Coast Finals in 1995. Prinz Gaylord’s offspring have won close to a million deutschmarks in International competitions. Second dam, Paris had many fantastic Diamont crosses including, Djakarta (Fujis Dam).
Priced in the low to mid five figures