Beau Noir

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Beau Noir

16.3 hands
Fresh Semen
Stud fee 700,- EUR

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Bernay’s first masterpiece

After the inspection on the hard ground at the Mecklenburg approval in Redefin everybody had to admit: Probably there’s never been a Mecklenburg-registered stallion of such a capacity and quality like Beau Noir. As a colt he had already became overall champion of the Mecklenburg foal championships in Groß Viegeln. Two years later he was awarded an overall-champion title again: this time at he approval in Redefin where high-quality stallions sent from all over Germany use to compete. Beau Noir allies a perfect type in a noble black robe with extraordinary movements and a very important Oldenburg damline.

His father Bernay is on the right track to become one of the most important stallions of his generation both in breeding and sports. He’s produced nine approved sons so far. His father Boston (by Jazz / Flemmingh) passed away too soon but he could he leave his mark in German breeding. With Lord Loxley in second and Ferragamo in third generation Bernay’s damline offers an interesting alternative. Beau Noir has inherited his father’s impressive apperance as well as his breathtaking movements full of cadence.

Beau Noir is the cream oft he crop from Hanover and Oldenburg. His damsire Salut le Bon combines the former Young-dressage-horse world champion Sandro Hit with the former Bundeschampion Davignon I. He’s followed by the Grand Prix-winner Donnerschwee (Kristy Oatley (AUS)) and the former Bundeschampion Alabaster who became very important as damsire. Beau Noir’s damline goes back to a Hanoverian origin (Sakaza I) but became very important in the Oldenburg breeding.

Combined with Donnerhall Beau Noir’s third dam has also produced the approved stallion Donnerball who has won several Grand Prix-classes with Kristina Bröring-Sprehe. There are many other successful horses coming from this family: the Oldenburg champion stallion Follow Me, the Oldenburg county champions Fidermann OLD and Fiderbach, the Olympic dressage horse Ramoneur (Tanya Seymour (RSA)) and Oldenburg’s champion mare in 2012, Calamity Jane.

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Approved for Mecklenburg, Westphalia, Oldenburg, Rhineland, German Sport Horse, Breeding association for German Horses.

Breeder: Joachim Witt, Grimmen

Bernay Boston Jazz v. Cocktail
Sebora v. Flemmingh
St.Pr.St. Lady Leatherdale P Lord Loxley v. Lord Sinclair I
St.Pr.St. Fairless P v. Ferragamo
Charlotte Salut Le Bon Sandro Hit v. Sandro Song
Deauville v. Davignon I
St.Pr./El. Clara Donnerschwee v. Donnerhall
VPr./El. Calaida v. Alabaster