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DIAMOND HIT - DON SCHUFRO x RAMINO

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Sire of our Diamond Days.

Diamond Hit is an established hero among the international top sires – one of the performance-strongest offers from the parental home of Donnerhall. Diamond Hit is “purveyor“ for auction sites, Bundeschampionat and World Championships of young dressage horses. Every year, numerous offspring compete in Warendorf. The licensed son Donavan became Bundeschampion of four-year old stallions in Warendorf in 2005, his daughter Loxana was the sovereign champion at the Oldenburg Elite Broodmare show in Rastede, where ten Diamond Hit daughters were named State Premium Mare. Diamantenbörse became Oldenburg Champion for three-year old riding horses and achieved the bronze medal at the World Championship for young dressage horses in 2008. In 2015 Diamond Hit presented the winning mare of the German Elite Broodmare Championships, named Donna Maria (Breeder: Kaldewei, Ahlen). In the meantime, the number of licensed sons has increased to 55 (e.g. Daily Deal) at different licensing sites. 71 of his progeny have been successful in advanced (S) dressage classes, although, the generations with the highest birthrate are still growing into the competing equestrian sport. The FN's predicted breeding value statistics confirms in black and white: Diamond Hit is unchanged in the lead of all sires on national level with 146 points in 2015.

No less spectacular is Diamond Hit's sporting career: In 2002 he became Vice World Champion and Vice Bundeschampion of five-year old dressage horses. A year before, he was Oldenburg Vice Champion and Vice Bundeschampion of four-year old stallions. At the 2001' Bundeschampionat he was especially awarded by the Ministry of Agriculture for being the best licensed and performance-tested stallion. In 2005 he was proclaimed VTV-Dressage Stallion of the Year on the occasion of the Oldenburg Stallion Days. Then, he competed successfully up to international Grand Prix level. In 2012, Diamond Hit retired from sport in a stirring atmosphere during the Oldenburg Old Stallion Parade.