|Voltaire||Furioso II||Furioso xx|
|Dame de Ranville S.F.|
Belgium, France, Hanover, Netherlands, OS-International, Sweden
(only frozen semen):
€ 1,650 for 3 inseminations/mare in Mühlen
Sire of Olympic winner with globally successful jumping genetics
The victory of Nino des Buissonets with Steve Guerdat in individual show jumping at the 2012' Olympic Games in London towered all successes Kannan had in breeding to date. One of his offspring is also the former PSI-horse A Pikachu de Muze, who was sold for 570,000 Euro and was WC for six-year old show jumpers in 2006. His offspring is internationally successful at an incredibly high frequency: 200 descendants sired by Kannan compete internationally in show jumping, including Bridget, who caught bronze at the 2011' Pan American Games, as well as Kismet, who succeeded with Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum in World Cup qualifiers. In Germany alone, there are 50 Kannan offspring successful at advanced (S) level. A higher performance density is hardly possible. It was not without reason that Kannan is on second place in the WBFSH world ranking for jumper sires.
Kannan was himself internationally successful, his ancestors belong to the best jumper sires worldwide and his offspring place with the best in major competitions all around the world. At the age of six, this significant stallion won the “Classic Circuit” in Belgium, when he was seven-years old he became Belgian Champion, then in 2000, he made his international debut by finishing fifth in a Grand Prix, won the Grand Prix of Deauville in 2003 and was member of the French team which won the 2003' and 2004’ Samsung Super League and he became French National Champion.
He is carrying genes from all important jumper sires through Voltaire, Furioso II, Nimmerdor, Gotthard, Farn and Le Mexico.
As Kannan inherits these genes consistently his progeny are all on the way to the Olympics.