Breeding area: Argentinien
Height: 16.92 hands
Semen Type: Fresh semen and frozen semen
|ROYAL FEU||Lord Gordon||Almé||Ibrahim|
|Neurine||Laudanum xx||Boran xx|
|SOY HAPPY||Hans Anders Z||Acord II||Ahorn Z|
|Calipa Z||Cor de la Bryère|
|Weltgotthard Lollipop||Weltgotthard||Welt As|
MASTERS STALLION 2011
Show jumping at its best is presented by Magnus Romeo, a sire high in blood with the finest of international performance genes. He is top modern, large framed and blessed with all of the attributes that make a modern show jumper: excellent technique, quick reflexes and unlimited scope. Equipped with the necessary fighting spirit and a phenomenal physical elasticity, he copes with the challenge of the highest fences easily. His career began in Argentina: he was vice champion at the Argentine stallion performance test at the age of 3, Argentine vice champion at the age of 6 and national champion of Argentina at the age of 7. With a double clear round at his first Nations Cup in Wellington, the just 8-year-old stallion showed world-class performance. In the season 2011, the dark brown succeeded in breaking through to the world elite of show jumping. Under his current rider Hans-Dieter Dreher, Magnus Romeo kept galloping again and again into top rankings at the most prestigious horse shows of the world: Aachen (2nd NRW-Prize), Hickstead (5th GP), Donaueschingen (3rd GP), Pioltello (1st GP), German Championship Balve (7th) and Mechelen (4th GP) to mention only a few. In 2012, the magnificent pair kept climbing the ladder of success. With the win of the Global Champions Tour GP in Chantilly they proved their skills once again. Furthermore, they participated successfully in the Nations Cup in Lummen and La Baule (double clear) and had several top rankings at big competitions such as Vienna, Abu Dhabi and the CSI-W Geneva (3rd GP). February 2013: Hans-Dieter Dreher and the stallion, Magnus Romeo, secured the biggest victory of their career together when topping the eleventh leg of the Rolex FEI World Cup at Bordeaux
Sire: The French stallion Royal Feu is a son of Lord Gordon by the stallion of the century, Almé. Worth mentioning is also Lord Gordon's dam Taviane, which was one of the most successful sports mares in France in the '70s. Despite his early death after only one season of breeding, Lord Gordon left some excellent progeny, e.g. Rolling Pierre, and was second best sire after Grand Veneur. Royal Feu's dam Neurine was sired by the best thoroughbred sire of France, Laudanum xx. The offspring of Royal Feu, such as Diabolo d'Ysieux, winner of the Grand Prix in Moscow, Diam's III, internationally successful with Joe Fargis (USA) or Nayana, currently successful under the saddle of Pénélope Leprevost (FRA), represent their sire's performance genes on the largest international show grounds.
Dam: Soy Happy by Hans Anders Z out of a Weltgotthard mare is an Argentine breed and carries the most popular bloodlines of Germany. Her sire Hans Anders Z descends from a successful jumping line from the dam as well as the sire side. It's rare to find a more assured pedigree than the one of his dam Calipa Z, a daughter of the most successful sports mare in the world, Ratina z, who won 2x Olympic team gold, Olympic individual silver, World Champion team gold, 2x European Champion team gold, European Champion individual silver, World Cup Final gold and winner of several of the most important Grand Prix of the world. Already the granddam and bloodline mare Heureka Z won the Grand Prix in Aachen in 1970. The impressive Hans Anders Z descended from the successful mating with Almé, Ramiro, Cor de la Bryère and Acord II and made his mark in high level jumping as well as in the Argentine and Zangersheide breed.
Breeder: Patricia Peralta Ramos, Argentina
Owner: Gestüt Grenzland & Fam. Brändlin & Paul Bücheler, CH
Licensed for all Southern German associations, Holstein, Hanover, Cheval Suisse, ZVCH and France
Fresh and frozen Semen
Stud Fee: Euro 300 and Euro 900, if the mare is certified in foal by October 1st
Magnus Romeo's offspring in Argentina show clearly that he is a dominate sire. They are very typey and show excellent technique and scope at the jump. The first foals born in Europe have already caused a lot of excitement. Cash des Sources (SF), for example, left an international foal championship as acclaimed vice champion.