Sky dance rsf
Sky Dance RSF (Sir Gregory x Roemer)
Sky Dance RSF
Sky Dance RSF is a premium gelding registered with the GOV. He is currently 16.1 hands and butt high with growth. He displays an excellent temperament with tremendous potential for jumping or dressage. Sky has been trailered off the property multiple times and is very calm when introduced to new environments and riders. He is beautifully put together and his gaits are correct, balanced, and show suspension. Sky is people-oriented, friendly and inquisitive. He is handled daily, and is amatuer friendly. Call us now with your questions!
“O” Baby (Penny)
Sky’s dam, “O” Baby (Penny), is a 16.2 hand Dutch mare, sired by Roemer. Penny is approved for breeding by the American Hanoverian Society, KWPN NA and the GOV. Roemer was a rare individual who competed at the Grand Prix level in both jumping and dressage. Roemer was registered and approved with the KWPN and had an illustrious career as a competitor and sire until his death in 1996. He is the sire of 4 Approved sons, 1 Licensed son and literally hundreds of Preferent, Star, Keur and Studbook mares.
Sky’s sire, Sir Gregory, is a very modern type stallion, of striking good-looks, with a beautiful head and neck. He has very correct conformation, his gaits are powerful, with a lot of elasticity, with very good use of the hind leg. Sir Gregory also has a very good temperament, he is kind, smart and learns quickly, this goes hand and hand with his high ride-ability. Sir Gregory’s sire, Sir Donnerhall, was the 2nd reserve champion at the Oldenburg stallion licensing in 2003, he then went on to win his 70 day test at Adelheidsdorf in 2005 with a dressage index of 163. In 2005 Sir Donnerhall was named the “Hauptprämien” champion in Oldenburg. In 2006 Sir Donnerhall was the reserve champion at the 2006 World Championships for young dressage horse in Verden, and then was the Bundeschampion for 5 year olds dressage horses in Warendorf, Germany. In 2008 Sir Donnerhall had the highest index of dressage stallions with 182 points.