With Sunny Boy is one of the most spectacular son's of the outstanding stallion Sandro Hit. He has exceptional rhythm, which is enhanced by his great elevation, and correct conformation
Related C.J. Park Warmbloods progeny:
CJP Sundae-Rose, CJP Cindy LuLu
The federal champion and world champion dressage horse Sandro Hit disposes over upgrader qualities as a sire. He already had considerable influence on dressage horse breeding at an early age, not only in Oldenburg, but in almost every German breeding region. Even outside of Germany, many countries secured themselves the invaluable blood of the upholder of the Sacramento Song xx blood, as evidenced by the vice-champion of the KWPN approval of 2005, Valeron, who was the highest priced lot of the KWPN Select Sale at the sales price of Euro 150,000. Sunny Boy is a direct half brother of Classico, who had numerous Grand Prix dressage wins with Karin Rehbein under his competition sports name of Capuccino. He derives from one of the most accomplished marelines of German horse breeding. The dam Fantastica is a full sister of the champion Oldenburg mare Fabina and of the approved stallion Blue Hors Don Schufro, who became Danish dressage vice-champion under the saddle of Andreas Helgstrand in 2004 and was part of the selection team for the 2004 Olympic Games. Blue Hors Don Schufro has led the FN breeding value rating for dressage uninterruptedly for four years now. His bloodline is identical to that of Don Primero, who was equally outstanding in both breeding and sport. The predisposition for dressage is guaranteed via Donnerhall and Pik Bube I. The damline, which is based on the mare Kebandina (by Kirkland), was broadly disseminated via the Vornholz studfarm. This bloodline also brought forth the stallions Adelfos (private stallion Switzerland), Aldato, Caracol, Godeward and Ribot (all private stallions Westphalia), Dozent (Dillenburg state stallion), Fürst (Osnabrück state stallion), Good Year, Palisandergrund, Polany, Radetzky (all Warendorf state stallions), Granulit (Oldenburg state stallion), Novize (Celle state stallion) and Rio Negro (Holstein Association; private stallion Bavaria), as well as the international competition sports horses Mariano/Dr. Josef Neckermann, Feuerdorn/Hans Günter Winkler and Tiga/H. Lammers.
Sunny Boy, the first approved son by the former World and National Champion, Sandro Hit, is following his sire’s footsteps in the breeding world. A stunningly beautiful type, Sunny Boy is direct half-brother to Classico (Sport name Capuccino 16), ridden by Karin Rehbein and already winning at Grand Prix level and is a descendant of one of the most successful mare lineages in German breeding. His dam Fantastica is full-sister to champion producer Don Schufro (unbeatable since 2001) and has identical bloodlines with Don Primero. Just like his sire Sandro Hit, he has a dominant black gene and passes on his dark coat to his offspring. His progeny show a lot of promise with a dancing quality in their movement and have had numerous top placings in championships, at foal shows and have achieved top prices at various auctions. He already had several approved sons and state premium mares from his first crop of foals; all of which were very impressive due to their interior and good rideability. The graceful movement, the uphill jumping canter and the calmly performed walk combined with top jumping qualities make him extremely coveted and valuable. Sunny Boy won his 30 day test with a score of 8.9 in Vechta. He confidently qualified for the 2003 National Young Horse Championships and went on to win the small final for six year old dressage horses. He continues on the road to success; last year winning “M/A” dressage competitions and achieving high placings at “S” level. Sunny Boy already belongs to the top five stallions in the breeding ratings of young stallions on the national squad.
Sunny Boy was declared a I-i premium stallion at the 1999 Oldenburg Stallion Days. He attained record results in his 30-day test in Vechta and following that, won dressage horse classes up to elementary (L) level. In 2003, Sunny Boy won the semi-finals of the Federal six-year-old Dressage Horse Championship in Warendorf and had a number of placements up to intermediate (M/A) class.
Sunny Boy had an excellent start in his career as a sire, with a great number of premium foals. In 2006 Sunny Boy trumped with the utmost modern, spectacular mover and correspondingly top-priced premium stallions (Oldenburg: 120,000 euros, Westphalia 180,000 euros). To date Sunny Boy has over 14 approved stallions to his name. In 2006 many elite auction horses and foals have been sold for above-average prices. Almost the Best was distinguished in Rastede. His highly successful progeny have brought Sunny Boy a breeding value of 140 points.
A top producer of dressage horses in the focus of demanding dressage breeders out of one of the most prominent dam lineages in Germany
Choice quality combination - faultless phenotype, top achiever and impressive performance as a producer. After winning his 30 day stallion test with a top score in the dressage and jumping index, Sunny Boy won the small final at the national young horse championship of the six year old dressage horses and has long since accumulated many victories at S level. Sunny Boy joins excellent rideability of three outstanding gaits; of which the relaxed pacey walk and the ideal uphill canter are particularly sensational. Sunny Boy is a descendant of one of the most successful dam lineages in Germany and was multi-champion Sandro Hit’s first approved son. Dam Fantastica is the full-sister to the German federations dressage breeding champion and international Grand Prix winner Don Schufro as well as “blood identical” to top producer Don Primero, in addition he produced Karin Rehbein’s successful stallion Capuccino.
In 2006 Sunny Boy trumped with the utmost modern, spectacular mover and correspondingly top-priced premium stallions (Oldenburg: 120,000 euros, Westphalia 180,000 euros).
To date Sunny Boy has over 14 approved stallions to his name. In 2006 many elite auction horses and foals have been sold for above-average prices. Almost the Best was distinguished in Rastede. His highly successful progeny have brought Sunny Boy a breeding value of 140 points.