Height: 168 cm / 16.2 hands
Approved for: Danish Warmblood, Hannover, Oldenburg and Swedish Warmblood
- Winner of the qualification of the Danish Championships for six year olds with a 9,36
- Material test winner in dressage with 864.5 points.
- Premium stallion at the Hannoveranian licensing in Verden 2013.
- Champion of the 4-year-old stallions at the Danish Warmblood Stallion Licensing in Herning 2015.
- A black pearl with charm, extraordinary gaits and a great future ahead.
Despite his young age, Blue Hors St. Schufro has lived up to our expectations with a very interesting first crop of foals with extremely impressive movements. St. Schufro participated in the qualifier of the championship for 4-year-old dressage horses at Vilhelmsborg and won it in style with the highest score in 2015! The grades were; trot 9.2 – walk 9.8 – canter 9.8 – rideability 9.5 – capacity 9.8 – total 9.62. In 2016, there was another victory at the qualification competition in Bogo – this time for 5-year-old horses.
St. Schufro was premium stallion at the Hanoverian licensing in 2013. With his superior performance he won the audience during the licensing, making him the most sought-after stallion of the auction. St. Schufro has three very good gaits, moves light-footed and has an impressive freedom of the shoulder. In 2017, in the same location, a victory was claimed with a score of no less than 9.36.
In the fall of 2014, he did a very good 35-days performance test, which he won with 864.5 points. He got the top mark of 9 for his canter and a 9 from both the judges and the test rider for his rideability.
His sire, St. Moritz Junior himself was premium stallion in Verden in 2009. He completed a very good 30-days performance test in Neustadt-Dosse and qualified for the German Bundeschampionat with scores from 8.88 up to 9.25. St. Moritz Junior’s dam, Wie Princess is also the dam of the stallion Finest, which was premium stallion in Verden in 2013.
St. Schufro’s dam sire is none other than Blue Hors Don Schufro. In the third generation, the pedigree contains the genes of the stallion Atatürk, which produced outstanding horses in both dressage and show jumping. The dam line of St. Schufro produced several licensed stallions: Aderlass, champion stallion in Hanover in 1971, Lindberg, Campbel Czech as well as several successful advanced level dressage and jumping horses.