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ATHENA Ster   SOLD!

Congratulations to repeat buyer Julia on her purchase of Athena

 

Athena Ster 2005 MARE by Balou Du Rouet 17.1 h KWPN mare:

UPDATE on Athena Ster (Balou du Rouet X Wanroij Preferent)

Athena Ster is in Culpeper, VA, with Bobby Myerhoff, and doing fantastically well. Athena is blossoming under Bobby's great care, and loving her Cross country, Jumping, and Dressage work! Thanks Bobby and Danika!!! Athena is for sale to the right show home......

Brand New Video! July 2010 

Athena Ster (Balou du Rouet X Wanroij Preferent)  top prospect for future FÉI  young horse classes. Breed show champion and top  US bred KWPN mare at DAD 2008 . . Athena  is tall, yet modern and athletic with three excellent gaits combined with elasticity and great expressive self carriage. She is green but uncomplicated and wants to please. She was given the Ster Predicate by the KWPN for her exceptional quality. Athena also shows great aptitude and willingness to  jump and is brave and careful.  Athena is a truly special young mare with everything going for her. She is a sweetheart too, and is a barn favorite wherever  she goes! For sale to a  show home only. Ride and show her now and breed her later.....This is a mare line of consistent dressage producers and winners!

Check out Athena SCF's Brand New Video! Please click the links below!

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Athena Ster (Balou du Rouet X Wanroij Preferent) Top prospect for future FÉI  young horse classes. Breed show champion and top  US bred KWPN mare at DAD 2008 . . Athena  is tall, yet modern and athletic with three excellent gaits combined with elasticity and great expressive self carriage. She is green but uncomplicated and wants to please. She was given the Ster Predicate by the KWPN for her exceptional quality. Athena also shows great aptitude and willingness to  jump and is brave and careful.  Athena is a truly special young mare with everything going for her. She is a sweetheart too, and is a barn favorite wherever  she goes! For sale to a  show home only. Ride and show her now and breed her later.....This is a mare line of consistent dressage producers and winners!

(Balou du Rouet X Jolie Preferent X Wanroij) Athena Ster has it all!

Exciting, fancy, great minded mare with three excellent gaits and rideability for sale to the discriminating show home!

click here or photo above to see Athena under Saddle!

Gayle and Alain Seheut photos thank you!

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CLICK Here to see under saddle photos of Athena SCF

Gayle and Alain Seheut photos above thank you!

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GRAND CHAMPION AT MORVEN PARK HORSE SHOW 8-5-07!!!

 

 

Sired by Balou du Rouet

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Nine foals came back for a final, to show their good type and gaits again. The jury placed the foals in the final based on how they showed in the final and did not take the scores of the group class into account. Sir Sinclair was represented by four offspring in this final, Rousseau by two.

Out of their successful broodmare Jolie (by Wanroij) Carlos and Karin Jimenez bred the fourth placed Athena SCF (by Balou du Rouet). This well developed and long lined filly has a lot of the looks of her grandsire and Olympic Champion Baloubet du Rouet. The light colored chestnut moved with a good posture and uphill tendency.

 

ATHENA SCF WAS GIVEN A COVETED FIRST PREMIUM AND INVITED INTO THE CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS AT THE IRON SPRING FARM NA/WPN KEURING WHERE SHE FINISHED AN INCREDIBLE FOURTH PLACE OVERALL AND WAS THE TOP JUMPER BRED FOAL IN THE LINEUP!

 

<<Out of their successful broodmare Jolie (by Wanroij) Carlos and Karin Jimenez bred the fourth placed Athena SCF (by Balou du Rouet). This well developed and long lined filly has a lot of the looks of her grandsire and Olympic Champion Baloubet du Rouet. The light colored chestnut moved with a good posture and uphill tendency.>>

Coatesville, PA

Hosts:
Iron Spring Farm

Jury:
Jacques Verkerk
Faith Fessenden
Lana Sneddon
Katherine Kuhn
Dr. Deborah Harrison

Friday, September 16, 2005 and Saturday, September 17, 2005

The final class at ISF keuring under hot and humid temperatures goes down in the history book of the NAWPN as the best ever. Sixteen of the 19 foals received a first premium. The four jury members - Dr. Deborah Harrison, Kathy Kuhn, Lana Sneddon and Faith Fessenden took turns being the spokeswoman for one of the four groups in the foal class.

Nine foals came back for a final, to show their good type and gaits again. The jury placed the foals in the final based on how they showed in the final and did not take the scores of the group class into account.

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Comments from the jury included " very correct, long lined, leggy, filly with a good use of neck and connections in her balanced and powerful movement. Athena SCF has alot of the looks of  (Olympic gold medalist and three times world champion) Baloubet du Rouet!"

 

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"Athena SCF" is the first Balou du Rouet foal born on American soil! Balou du Rouet is by the Three times World Champion and Olympic Gold Medalist Baloubet du Rouet and out of a Continue (Contender) dam. Athena is a half sister to "Utopia" the NA/WPN's top Ster mare in the USA. See "stallions" page for more information on Balou du Rouet and his pedigree and photos and Jolie's page for more information on her and the other half siblings to Athena

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Athena SCF'S sire is:

 

 



Balou du Rouet


Balou du Rouet, named after his illustrious sire, is the perfect sports type, equipped with maximum elasticity in the basic gaits and first-class jumping quality. He became the public's darling at his first stallion parade and achieved an excellent performance test in Vechta which was marked with jumping marks of 9.5 and 10 by the test riders. His impressive rideability is of great importance for his future sporting and breeding career. His sire Baloubet du Rouet, currently one of the most successful show jumping stallions at the international level (triple World Cup winner, winner of many Grand Prix, recent winner of the World Cup in Geneva, etc.), has a special-class pedigree. Sire Galoubet is a son of the well-known stallion Almé. On Alme's dam's side (by Rantzau), he is directly related to the founder of the great Holsteiner line, Cor de la Bryere. Balou du Rouet has inherited jumping style of this founding father. His dam, by Contender, and out of Georgette, is modern and performance-orientated and has already produced Sandrissimo, who is successful in championships and Grand Prix. Balou du Rouet is sought-after as a breeding horse in Germany and abroad.

Baloube du Rouet Galoubet A Alme
Viti
Mesange du Rouet Starter
Badine
Georgia Continue Contender
Felici
Georgette II Domino
Georgette

1999 brown 16.3-hand Oldenburg

Approved for: Oldenburg, OL-International, Rheinelander, Westphalian, Southern German associations, Zangersheide

Stallion Performance Test, 1996 Vechta

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Balou du Rouet
Bay
born 1999
170 cm
Oldenburger


Baloubet Du Rouet - Continue - Domino

 
 
Description:
The crowds favourite at all his appearances. His gaits are equipped with maximum elasticity and completing an excellent Stallion Performance Test, he was awarded top marks for jumping, 9.5 and 10.0 by the ‘foreign judges'. He promptly won his first jumping competition with ease. His impressive rideability is of great importance for his future development in his sporting and breeding career. Sire Baloubet du Rouet, at the moment one of the most successful jumping stallions on the international stage (three-times World Cup Champion in a row, winner of many Grand Prix’s, recent winner of the Top-Ten-Finals in Geneva), has an exceptional pedigree. Grandsire Galoubet is son of the great stallion Almé. On the dam’s side, through Rantzau, he is directly related to the founder of the bloodline ”Cor de la Bryere” from Holstein, the likeness can be seen in Balou du Rouet’s jumping style and ability. His stunning dam, Georgia is by the increasingly popular Contender son, Continue. He emphasises his dominant quality as a producer in type, elegance and movement with numerous foals, who at various auctions have all been sold for above-average prices. Balou du Rouet, our promising prospect for this year’s National Young Horse Championships.

Approved in: Oldenburg, OL-International, Rheinland, Westfalia, Southern German associations, Zangersheide, Sweden
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name: Balou du Rouet

born: 1999

colour: Bay

height: 170 cm

sire: Baloubet du Rouet
dam: Continue

breeding area: Oldenburg

approved in:
Oldenburg, OL-International, Hannover, Rheinland, Westfalia, South German association, Zangersheide, Sweden, Italy, France

stud fee: € 1.000,00




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Description:


Oldenburger Silver Medallist 2005
One of the best German horses in his age group


A favourite with the crowds at all of his appearances. Equipped with maximum elasticity in his gaits, he completed an excellent Stallion Performance Test awarded with the top marks of 9.5 and 10.0 for jumping by the ‘foreign’ judges. He has continued his sporting career in supreme style, winning several classes judged on style and ability up to “M level”. He won the final qualification at the German Young Horse Championships with the top score of 9.2 and in the final was one of the four best approved stallions in Germany. Sire Baloubet du Rouet, currently one of the most successful jumping stallions on the international stage (individual gold medallist at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, three-times World Cup Champion in a row, winner of many Grand Prix’s), has an exceptional pedigree. Grand sire Galoubet is son of the great stallion Almé. On the dam’s side, Balou du Rouet is directly related to the founder of the bloodline “Cor de la Bryere” from Holstein through Rantzau. The similarity can be seen in Balou du Rouet’s jumping style and ability. His stunning dam Georgia is by the increasingly popular Contender son, Continue. Once again, Balou du Rouet emphasises his dominant quality as a producer in type, elegance and movement with numerous foals at many different auctions. This year we look forward to seeing his offspring at their first approvals. His first crop of youngsters confirmed their quality at the approvals; one of his sons out of a Sandro mare was the most expensive premium stallion at the Oldenburg Approvals in Vechta.

     

 

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ATHENA SCF F, DUTCH WARMBLOOD, 2005
ATHENA SCF
2005
DUTCH WARMBLOOD
BALOU DU ROUET*
br 1.70m 1999
SELLE FRANCAIS
BALOUBET DU ROUET*
ch 1.70M 1989
SELLE FRANCAIS
GALOUBET*
br 173 cm 1972
SELLE FRANCAIS
ALME Z*
b 166 cm 1966
IBRAHIM* b 1.66m 1952
GIRONDINE b 1.65m 1950
VITI*
ch 1965
NYSTAG b 1957
IDA DE BOURGOIN ch 1952
MESANGE DU ROUET
ch 1978
SELLE FRANCAIS
STARTER*
ch 1.64M 1962
RANTZAU* ch 1.65m 1946
KAIRONNAISE ch 1954
BADINE
ch 1967
BEL AVENIR* ch 1945
PERLE DE NORVAL 1959
GEORGIA
CONTINUE*
dkb/br 1.68m 1990
OLDENBURG
CONTENDER*
dkb/br 170cm 1984
CALYPSO II* dkb/br 1.75 m 1974
GOFINE* br 1970
FELICI
1983
TIN ROCCO* 1970
FELICIA 1976
GEORGETTE II
OLDENBURG
DOMINO*
b 1.71M 1976
DOMSPATZ* blk 168 cm 1952
AXELLA 1971
GEORGETTE GEPARD* ch 17.0 1974
GERANIE 1977
JOLIE
1991
DUTCH WARMBLOOD
WANROIJ*
ch 1980
DUTCH WARMBLOOD
SYMFONIE*
1976
DUTCH WARMBLOOD
MAKELAAR
br 1.66m 1971
SABLE SKINFLINT dkb/br 1.68m 1958
UHRENDORF 1960
WIDORA
1957
POLARIS* br 1.65m 1959
IDOOR  
NOLDA
1972
DUTCH WARMBLOOD
JAGERMEESTER
1968
HERBSTSTURM* blk 1962
IRIS IV  
HILDA
1966
ULEX* br 1955
CERONA 1961
ENCHANTE
~1981
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Domspatz-Balou's pedigree


      Dolman
    Dollart Flottenauslauf
  Dömitz I   Altlobitz
    St Pr St Aleppo Amarilla
Domspatz      
      Goldfisch
    Graf St Pr St Flußspat
  Grafenhaus   Feiner Kerl
    Feinköpfchen St Pr St Goldköpfchen


Born 1952 died 1978. 168 cm, Black
Breeder – Hans Meyer, Lüdingsworth


Stood at: Großenwörden 1956 to 1960, Kehdingbruch 1961 to 1967, Splietau 1968 to 1978, Approved sons: Diskus, Dömitz II, Domino, Domschatz and Dux Z.

This Hanoverian D line begins with the Thoroughbred, Devil’s Own (Robert the Devil / Camerino) who lived from 1894 – 1906. His blood was diseminated in Hannover by his great great grandson, Detektiv, who lived from 1926 to 1943 and in fact was bred to Devil’s Own both through his sire, Desmond, and his dam’s sire, Khedive.

Of Detektiv's three stallion sons, Denksport produced nothing while Dolman was the most influential, and the Dolman son, Dollart, started the sub-line, that leads through Domitz to Domspatz. The more influential Dolman son was Duellant, whose stallion line continues through Dressmann. The third stallion son of Detektiv, Dwinger established another line that lead through Diskant to Donnerwetter to Donnerhall, but that is another story.
A large framed black horse Domspatz has been described by Claus Schridde ‘as the quintessence of loyal showjumper horses with a preparedness to perform.’
He was fortunate to begin his career at the Großenwörden showjumper station, where he managed to establish himself permanently in the mare base.
After this, he covered in Kehdingbruch in the Hadeln region, before he changed over to the Splietau showjumper station in the Hanoverian Wendland region. He was very popular with the Splietau breeders, where he remained until his death in 1978.
Domspatz left behind a number of top quality horses for the international showjumping sport, including Dömitz (Gerd Wiltfang), Domspatz (Thomas Frühmann), Don Rudolpho (Franke Sloothaak and Michael Matz), Donath (Heinfried Simon), Dorillo (Hugo Simon) and many more.
His sons Domino, Domschatz and Don Rudolpho (also known as Dux Z), were privately owned and all competed successfully up to Advanced level. The bay Domino had great opportunities at the Paul Schockemöhle station and is found in a number of bloodlines.
Dux Z was an active showjumper for a considerable time and covered in Uelzen, not far from his original home in the Wendland region, when he was older. He produced a surprisingly high number of top level showjumpers.
Another black stallion son, Diskus was the only Domspatz to go into the services of the Celle state stud. He also produced a number of first class showjumpers including Denizen (Tim Grubb), The Natural (a World Cup winner in 1987 with Katherine Burdsall) and Doreen (Tjark Nagel).
Despite his time at Celle, Diskus did not really establish a male line. Two stallion sons, Diadem and Dupont were tried, and while Diadem produced a few nice dressage horses, no great showjumpers emerged.
While Domspatz was unable to establish a male line, his blood is still highly regarded in the mare lines today, especially at the three stations at which he stood in his long career. As late at as 1981, on the official German FN figures of progeny winnings in the sport, Domspatz made it to 8th place in a very illustrious top ten (Gotthard, Ferdinand, Der Löwe xx, Furioso II, Grande, Ehrenschild, Sender, Domspatz, Perser xx, Ladykiller).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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