Color: dark bay
approved for: Danish Warmblood, Oldenburg and Hannover.
- Premium stallion at the Danish Warmblood stallion licensing in 2017.
- A stallion based on his type, his gaits, pedigree and results at the top of the standings
- Crowd favourite at the Oldenburg Stallion Licensing in Vechta 2016.
- Out of the most performance-strong Danish dam line which among others has given three Olympic participants.
Blue Hors Zackerey was one of the best horses at the stallionshow in Herning in 2017. He combines a beautiful type with outstanding gaits and superb rideability to become a top-class stallion. He was successful in the 35-days test with high marks for his canter and his capacity as a dressage horse.
Blue Hors Zackerey took the audience by storm at the Oldenburg Verband stallion licensing in Vechta in November 2016. This young stallion of rare quality became the audience’s number-one favourite with his unbeatable performance in every single presentation. Zackerey could not be selected as a prizewinner as he is registered with Danish Warmblood; nevertheless, it was he who made subsequent headlines, both on social media and in the written press.
No grand introduction is necessary for his sire, Blue Hors. For a number of years he has sired numerous progeny that have done really well at licensing, championships, WCYH, etc. The most gratifying of all is that there are many horses among the first generations by him that are showing potential at competitions to become future Grand Prix horses in the higher dressage classes. Zack was victorious at international level in the Grand Prix in 2017 and achieved top-placings in the World Cup qualifiers in Herning and Salzburg.
His grand sire Sandro Hit was world champion for 6-year-old dressage horses in 1999. Since then he has produced his own line of stallions and sired 186 licensed stallions. The name Showtime FRH can be highlighted as a progeny in the sport. He was on the German gold team at the Olympics in Rio with his rider, Dorothee Schneider.
He was also the German titleholder in Grand Prix Kür and runner-up at the Grand Prix Special in 2016. Sandro Hit occupies third place on the 2016 WBFSH ranking for dressage stallions.
The grand-dam of Zackerey, Padame e. Solos Carex is among others, the dam of Zackman M, who caused a sensation at the Süddeutsche Hengsttage in Munich in 2016. He was named premium stallion and subsequently sold at auction as the most expensive stallion for 200,000 Euro. Solos Carex e. Castro can certainly not be described as a blank page here in Denmark. He was a performance test winner and trained by Morten Thomsen before being sold to Tinne Vilhelmsson-Silvén, who enjoyed a fantastic career with him. World Cup participation in Jerez in 2002 and Aachen in 2006 were among the many highlights. A team bronze was earned in the European Championships in Turin in 2007 as well as an individual 12th place at the Olympics in Hong Kong in 2008. As a breeding stallion, Solos Carex has among others, produced his son Scandic, who has enjoyed many GP victories with his rider, Patrik Kittel. He is particularly well known for producing a large number of excellent mares that can now be seen in the pedigrees of many successful horses.
The dam line is probably the strongest performance line we have in Danish Warmblood. Licensed stallions include Waldsohn, Tailormade Zackzu and Zacman M. Famous horses out of the damline of Zackeray are World Champion Fiontini (2015, 2016 and 2017) and Fiontina, winner of the silver medal at the World Championships for young dressage horses in 2015. Grand Prix horses include Hagels Achat, Caldron, Caprino and Cartier, the latter two by Blue Hors Cavan plus three Olympic horses: Gay at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney (Morten Thomsen), Dorina e. Blue Hors Don Schufro at the London Olympics (Siril Heljesen) and Dublét at the 2016 Olympics in Rio (Kasey Perry-Glass).