PSI’s flagship stallion has yet to meet his match. He’s a German Champion and Dressage World Champion with a phenomenal breeding record who has founded a new dressage horse breeding dynasty.
Sandro Hit is a top sire who produces absolutely first rate offspring. He has stamped his qualities on a whole era of modern horses, producing beautiful progeny with dynamic cadence. His sons and grandsons pass on his excellent genes and their offspring include many top competition and breeding horses. One of the most outstanding examples is Sir Donnerhall, who also tops the FN breeding stallion rating. Sandro Hits’s son San Amour won the main premium title by a wide margin, his full sister, Victoria won the Oldenburg Regional Championship, and the full sister to Poetin took the reserve champion mare title for competition horses.
Sandro Hit is a ground-breaking stallion who is influencing dressage horse breeding the whole world over. Sandro Hit foals and horses are regularly sold at auction for prices in excess of Eur 100,000. Three year old St.Emillion was sold at the PSI Auction in 2008 for Euro 550,000. Sandro Hit is a regular record breaker and the list of his successful offspring is endless. His son Soliere won the 2008 Hanoverian Championship and more than 10 of Sandro Hit’s progeny have followed this striking black World Champion and German Champion’s footsteps by winning the German Championships. His offspring are competing in advanced level dressage Salieri OLD has won several international Grand Prixs with his rider, Victoria Max-Theurer.
Sandro Hit’s mother, Loretta, is one of the best breeding mares in the world. She also produced Grand Prix horse and Vice World Champion Diamond Hit, and premium stallion Royal Hit. Loretta’s sire Ramino was five times Italian Show Jumping Champion, and Welt As, Sandro Hit’s maternal great-grandsire produced Olympic gold medallist Bonfire/Anky van Grunsven.
Approved Oldenburg, Hannover, Rhineland, Westphalia, South German assoc. Sweden, Denmark and France.
HLP 1997: 99.80/16/33; DI 115.72/6; SI 82.17/22