Soliman de Hus
Soliman de Hus is a son of the world famous dressage legend Sandro Hit. This black foundation sire wrote history when as a 6-yr-old he won the world title for young horses under Dr. Ulf Möller.
From his first crop the Sandro Hit daughter Poetin also won the world title for six-yr-old dressage horses in 2003. Sandro Hit's dam Loretta produced, in combination with Don Schufro (Donnerhall), the Grand Prix dressage stallion Diamond Hit ridden by Emma Hindle.
On his dam's side Soliman de Hus carries the blood of the dressage foundation sire Donnerhall, a stallion who combines very successfully with Sandro Hit. A well-known example is the stallion Sir Donnerhall. Under Karin Rehbein Donnerhall featured among the best dressage horses in the world for many years. The combination won team gold and individual bronze at the WC in The Hague and the EC in Verden.
Dressage qualities are also solidly anchored in the dam's line of Soliman de Hus. Dam Danea is a full sister of the dressage horse Diandra, the star of the Verden autumn auction in 2003. The Grand Prix dressage horse KK Athene, under the Swiss Annemarie Järmann, is a full sister of Soliman's grandam Alhambra.
The Hanoverian lineage 655 is also responsible for the Grand Prix dressage horse Wellington (Wanderer) ridden by Alexandra Simons-de Ridder and for more than 20 licensed stallions.
- Dark Bay
- 16.2 hands
- Approved For
- Hanoverian, Bavarian, Rheinlander, Oldenburg, Selle Francais
- WFFS Status: tested carrier (N/WFFS)
Soliman de Hus : PEDIGREE
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