Fire Hjorner Farm Durango, CO 970-749-5540
Fire Hjorner FarmDurango, CO970-749-5540

 

Soprano is a 17.1h 1999 homozygous black stallion.  He is an Elite stallion by Sandro Hit out of a Contender mare.  Soprano is owned by Alain Seheut and stands at Alain's farm, Olde Country Farm.  Soprano's pedigree reads like a Who's Who in European Warmblood breeding in his background are : Sandro's Song, Sandro, Tin Rocco, Calypso II, Cor de la Bryere, Ramino and Ramiro.  His offspring reflect the athleticism of this horse and his bloodlines. Soprano is approved Danish Warmblood, Oldenburg and KWPN.

 Some highlights of Soprano progeny are:

Chaigon (Soprano x Hertug): Out of 550 young dressage horses that competed in Sweden, 69 were selected for the 2008 Swedish Young Horse Championships. Chaigon was among those 69 and then one of 10 selected to compete in the Champions' Finale, placing 9th. Chaigon is currently competing very successfully in Europe at the Prix St. Georges level, scoring as high as 72 percent. He was tied for fourth place in the Seven-Year Old Final Prix St. Georges at the 2011 Swedish Young Horse Championships…less than four percentage points separated Chaigon from the first place horse.

Grevens Sa Va (Soprano x Romancier): Selected to be part of Denmark’s five horse team competing in the Five-Year Old Division of the 2010 World Championships for Young Dressage Horses in Verden, Germany. Grevens Sa Va, was 5th overall receiving the highest score (86.2 percent) of all of the Danish horses competing in the Five-Year Old Division. She was also the highest scoring mare at the World Championships.

Sopran Morso (Soprano x Akinos): A five year old gelding by Soprano also selected to be part of Denmark’s five horse team competing in the Five-Year Old Division of the 2010 World Championships for Young Dressage Horses in Verden, Germany.

Don Soprano (Soprano x Don Schufro): Qualified for the 2011 World Championships for Young Dressage Horses in the Five-Year Old Division.

 

To learn more about this fabulous stallion visit  www.oldecountryfarm.com