Skydancer SCF

2022 | Dark bay | Royal Dutch Warmblood
Glock's Zonik x Danciano
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Skydancer is a daughter of our mare Danciana (Danciano x Florestan I) and Glock's Zonik. 

 

Danciana: a beautiful black mare who shows herself to be a true daughter of the impressive stallion Danciano. A large framed, 17.0-1/2h, confident dressage stallion, Danciano is extremely rideable and possesses three excellent and powerful gaits. At his 30 day stallion test he was awarded a 10.0 for the trot and an 8.48, which was the highest overall mark. For dressage stallions he earned an 8.91, the second highest mark.

Danciana's dam line is equally impressive. Her dam sire is the famous and extremely influential stallion Florestan I. Now deceased, but one can see his mark on many of today's sport horses, having produced 190 States Premium broodmares and over 80 approved stallions. This marvelous Westphalian Champion bay stallion stood at 16.3hh. He was Champion of the 1998 Rhinelander stallion licensing performance test with a total index of 129.02 points and the winner of the dressage- and show jumping divisions. Florestan I is a true Foundation stallion, stamping his progeny and having created a breeding line of his own.

GLOCK’s Zonik joined Zack, Romanov and Don Schufro to count among the most influential stallions in Danish horse breeding. GLOCK’s Zonik already thrilled the spectators at his debut in 2015 (Indoor Brabant) as a 7-year-old, winning the Small Tour with over 78%. He took the Small Tour in the 2016 Dutch Championships with a score of 81.70%. As a 4-year-old, he was impressive at the Danish Dressage Championships and won with a total of 9.3 points, where his trot was awarded a 10.0. GLOCK’s Zonik also won the Danish Stallion Licensing. He stands stood out for his power, elasticity and impulsion and his natural elevation.

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GLOCK’s Zonik N.O.P. made his international tournament debut under Edward Gal in the summer of 2017 and became Dutch champion for three years in a row. This dark bay, strong-moving stallion achieved top results through great performances at the Dressage World Cup stages in London Olympia, Amsterdam, 's-Hertogenbosch and Paris. In 2018 he competed in his first World Cup final and was in the Dutch team both at the World Equestrian Games in Tryon (USA) and the European Championships in Rotterdam (NED). Through his great performance, GLOCK’s Zonik N.O.P. contributed significantly to the team silver medal gained at the European Championships in Rotterdam. In 2020, during Jumping Amsterdam 2020, he scored for the first time above 85%. Consequently GLOCK’s Zonik has earned the suffix N.O.P. (Nederlands Olympiade Paard). In 2021, Hans Peter Minderhoud took this strongly moving stallion on and had already achieved two victories at the CDI4* in Le Mans (FRA).

His offspring exhibit great generosity and strength of movement and possess athletic proportions combined with ideal size. His progeny Zucchero and Zum Glück RS2 were first and third at the 2018 National Championships in Warendorf. Zucchero, who died in February 2020, was fourth in the World Breeding Dressage Championships for 5-year-old Dressage Horses in Ermelo. In 2019, Zucchero became the outstanding World Champion. Another son of GLOCK’s Zonik, Zhaplin Langholt, took third place and Zum Glück RS2 won the National Championship in Warendorf 2019. Half-brother My Blue Hors Santiano (Sezuan x Romanov) was approved during the autumn stallion test with 87.5 points.His father Zack (by Rousseau) was both a KWPN and Danish champion stallion and won the Danish Championships with an average of 9.22 points. He has now sired more than twenty licensed sons.

Most important results:

CDI4* Le Mans 2021: Winner of Grand Prix Freestyle (80.425%) and Grand Prix (76.065%)European Championships Rotterdam 2019: Team silver and individual 4th place (Grand Prix Freestyle (84.271%), Grand Prix Special (77.994%), Grand Prix (78.758%))CDIO3*-NC Geesteren 2019: Winner Nations Cup, winner Grand Prix Freestyle (82.250%) and Grand Prix (78.304%)CDIO5*-NC Rotterdam 2018: Winner Nations Cup, winner Grand Prix Freestyle (80.075%) and Grand Prix (76.957%)CDI-W 's-Hertogenbosch 2018: Second Grand Prix Freestyle (83.900%) and Grand Prix (77.696%)CDI-W Amsterdam 2018: Second Grand Prix Freestyle (81.860%) and Grand Prix (74.283%)CDI-W London 2017: Winner Grand Prix (76.68%) and 3rd place in musical freestyle (79.34%)Dutch Dressage Championships Ermelo 2017: Champion seniorsCDI3* Rotterdam 2017: Winner musical freestyle (77.450%) and Grand Prix (75.440%)CDI4* Roosendaal 2017: Winner Grand Prix (75.780%) and Grand Prix Special (76.333%)

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