Ogano Sitte is a proven producer that passes on his superior balance and quality to his progeny. Many of his offspring have achieved top accomplishments in sport and he has been described as a jumper-building machine. Ogano Sitte suits mares with nice heads and with this he brings everything else to his offspring: his blood, good locomotion, and an innate instinct over the jumps with quick movement of the front legs with amazing scope and power. His offspring are easy to handle, ride and train. Ogano Sitte is of the Darco bloodline--a European bloodline that has produced numerous champions for generations.
His dam Ialta Sitte is herself an international winner with 71 places and victories. His grand dam Insel Sitte is also the dam of stallions Ksar Sitte (the best sire of showjumpers in Italy in 2009) and Cordano Sitte who was sold by Jos Lansink to the King of Morroco.
His great granddam Gute Sitte won the Bronze medal in the Olympic games of Montreal in 1976 under the saddle of Eric Wauters and was also awarded with the title of best showjumper in the world that year. Ogano Sitte was named the best sire of four and five-year-old showjumpers in Belgium in 2007 and 2008. In 2009, he was the best stallion of the SBS stud book for the six and seven-year-old showjumpers. Ogano Sitte has already produced over 14 approved sons and many outstanding young performance sport horses.
Aganix du Seigneur (2006) is sBs branded, by Ogano Sitte (Darco) out of a Chellano Z / Aramis de la Cense mare. Aganix competed with Jos Lansink, mainly 1.45 / 1.50 just one 1.60 result at Mannheim in May 2015, five faults for 34th, then he was injured and sold to Zangersheide, where he bred many many mares.
- 16.3-1/2 hands
- Approved For
- Hanoverian, Belgian, Oldenburg, Selle Francais, Holsteiner, Switzerland, Canadian Sport Horse, Italy
- WFFS Status: tested negative (N/N)
Mare by Ogano Sitte
Ogano Sitte : PEDIGREE
|Darco||Lugano van la Roche||Lugano I|
|Insel Sitte||Major de la Cour|