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Sandro Boy

Stallion, Bay, *1993, 170 cm
Sandro Sacramento Song xx Sicambre xx
Easter Gala xx
Duerte Wahnfried
Velour
Wiadora Grannus Graphit
Odessa
Walide Argentinus
Waldamme

Approved for:

all breeding associations

Stud fee:

(only frozen semen and per mare)
 € 1,000 in advance + € 1,500
if the mare is certified in foal (by 1st October)

A dream stallion of brilliant type and World Cup winner

Sandro Boy and his constant rider Marcus Ehning have made history in the global show jumping: Together they have gained more than 1.2 million Euro in competition winnings. They won the World Cup final in Kuala Lumpur, and amongst others the Grand Prix of Frankfurt and placed second in the Riders Tour final in 2010. Sandro Boy received already at his stallion performance test the dream score of 10.0 for jumping. He alone won 25 times at advanced (S) level.
Although, he has been only used dosed during his first years in breeding, Sandro Boy presented straightaway top show jumping horses for the international sport. One of them is Sabrina, who achieved high placings with Marcus Ehning like a first prize at the 2010' Grand Prix of Dortmund and Paris and a second place in the Riders Tour. In 2011 she won at s'Hertogenbosch and placed with the best in London, Leipzig, Bordeaux, Valencia, Monte Carlo, Paris, Munich, Hanover and Oslo. Sabrina has earned more than 640,000 Euro in show jumping.
Up to now, Sandro Boy has presented nine licensed sons, including the successful 1.50 m level jumping stallion Saccor, whose offspring is already successful in that class, too. Sandro Boy Junior won successive tests for young show jumpers and placed as well in 1.50 m classes, Sandro Man de L was internationally successful with Johannes Ehning.
Sandro Boy, bred classically over Sandro-Grannus-Argentinus-Damokles, represents a very successful mare line originating in Westphalia, which produced the licensed 1.50 m level jumper stallion Grasco, Olympic team winner Pedro/Wolfgang Brinkmann and the Bundeschampionat finalist Granius, sold to Mexico, and several others.

Sandro Boy: Million earner and World Cup winner of striking appearance!

Owner: Judith Gölkel, Borken

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