Motion artist with top character
Pedigree Dimaggio × Jazz Time × Escudo I × Rabino
|Winnipeg||World Cup I|
|St. Pr. Femme Jazz||Jazz Time||Jazz|
|St. Pr. Escade||Escudo I|
|Romera v. Rabino|
In the course of the Hanoverian licensing in Verden, this eye-catcher became the celebrated Premium Stallion and darling of the audience. Dimagico impressed with his strong type and ingenuity of movements as well as his special liver chestnut color that gave him that certain something. His highly interesting pedigree offers an exciting alternative of blood.
The Premium Stallion convinces with three outstanding basic gaits. He is captivating through his especially supple, elastic and fluent action of movements combined with always engaged hindquarters as well as high knee action and enormous freedom of shoulder. Under the saddle this lovely liver chestnut stallion scores with natural balance. Furthermore, he stands out with his incredible strength of nervs. At all times, this stallion presented a first-class walk right from the very first step.
In his 14-day test Dimagico fascinated especially with his excellent rideability, scoring 9.25. For walk, character and willingness to perform he receiveda 9.0 each. In total, Dimagico finished with a score of 8.19 with emphasis on dressage. He also passed his sport test in Verden sovereignly. He made a successful debut in sport with a victory in a novice (A) level test for young dressage horses with a score of 8.5.
Dimagico’s first crop exceeded all expectations. Distinguished with noblesse, modern long legs and enormous quality of movements many of his offspring became elite foals rightaway.
His sire Dimaggio, who unfortunately died in 2015, is one of the most significant sons and heirs of the precious D-blood. In 2000, Dimaggio was celebrated World Champion of five year old dressage horses. In his sports career, this stallion, who was an extremely modern and impressively moving horse at his time, collected many achievements up to Inter I-classes. Dimaggio’s offspring have already reached the Olympus of dressage sport, including Half Moon Delphi under Michael Eilberg as member of the British team being Vice World Champion in Caen (France) in 2014. Over 60 offspring compete successfully in advanced classes, about 20 sons are licensed.
The dam’s sire Jazz Time inspires with a highly successful career in sport. At first, he was introduced to the advanced sport by Lisa Wilcox, catching attention due to his bronze rank in the final of the Nürnberger Burg Trophy. Then, Jazz Time celebrated many Grand Prix successes. Jazz Time, born in 1995, embodied, as one of the first ones, a breeding revolution due to the pairing of Dutch genes from Jazz with proven German blood lines such as Romadour II, sire of Double Olympic Champion Rembrandt (Nicole Uphoff).
In third generation Escudo I, who is especially known as trademark stallion in breeding of show jumpers, rounds the pedigree. Beside countless successful show jumpers, Escudo I, who stands for a beautiful type and quality of movements, produced five offspring competing successfully in advanced (S) dressage classes.
Dimagico comes from the Hanoverian dam line of Narenta. This line is also known for the licensed stallions Conen by Chequille (Prix St. Georges) and Römerkim by Ritual, the advanced level dressage horses Sonnenschein by Salito, Landliebe by Londonderry (Jessica Werndl) as well as the internationally successful show jumpers Lento by Landclassic (S****/Rene Tebbel), and Stakki by Stakkato Gold (S****/Marcus Ehning).
WFFS status: positive (carrier)
- successful sport test in Verden
- victorious in novice (A) level test for young dressage horses with a score of 8.5
- successful 14-day test: final score with emphasis on dressage: 8.19 (rideability: 9.25, walk: 9.0, character: 9.0, constitution 9.0, willingness to perform: 9.0)
- Premium Stallion at the Hanoverian licensing
Hanover, Oldenburg (OL), Westphalia, Southern German studbooks, Rhineland, Poland, Bavarian, Brandenburg-Anhalt, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Sachsen-Thüringen