Zoom (Zack x Don Schufro)
Zoom became Reserve Champion in dressage and the crowd pleaser of the 2016 Westphalian Stallion Licensing. The same year, he was also named Premium Stallion at the stallion licensing in Verden, Germany. Zoom catches the eye with his charisma, dedication to learn and his precise movement. He has three excellent gaits and is always presenting himself loose and expansive, with much swinging throughout the body. Even under the saddle, this quality movement shines and he is always balanced and maintains a high level of confidence for his age.
In 2017, Zoom excelled at his 14-day Performance Test in Neustadt Dosse. In the stallion dressage test he took a huge lead against the other competitiors. With a score of 8.88, he set the standard and scored the second best result in Germany. With a final score of 8.53, he received 9.5 for character and canter, a 9.25 for his interior, 9.0 for both his willingness to perform and rideability, and an 8.03 in jumping.
In March 2018, Zoom again became the outstanding winner of the Performace Test for Four Year Old Dressage Stallions in Münster-Handorf. His final score was 8.51 and he scored an impresseive 9.0 for excellent rideability, an 8.8 for canter, and an 8.5 for overall impression.
At his first riding horse test in Mettingen in 2017, he was able to win with a stellar final score of 8.7. At the Hanoverian Championship for Three Year Old Riding Horse Stallions in Verden, he finished fourth in the final round of the lap of honor and was subsequently nominated for the Bundeschampionate.
With his first crop of foals, Zoom caught the attention of breeders and has become a sought-after sire. His offspring are strong in motion and very correct, while often being stamped with Zoom's eye-catching white blaze.
Zoom's father, KWPN stallion Zack, was selected as stallion of the year in 2014 in Denmark, and in 2013, he was ranked second on the WBFSH ranking for dressage stallions. Zack is also the father of the two-time, World Champion stallion Sezuan and countless other successful dressage offspring Via www.superiorequinesires.com