|Rosenkavalier||Diva St Pr St|
|Sire:||Rubinstein I Westf|
|Antine H||Angelo xx|
|Doruto (pref)||Blitzlicht II|
|Dam:||Gelbria (ster pref)|
|Ilbria keur pref||Amor (pref)|
|Wobria (ster pref)|
00 Seven was champion of the KWPN Performance test in 1999. He was the highest graded dressage stallion with a score for walk 8, trot 9, canter 9, ability for dressage 9. The jury described him as a top genetic dressage horse of the modern type. He has light movements with exceptional presence and balance. He is an eager worker.
He is a unique combination of top class pedigrees including Rubinstein 1 and Doruto, the world’s best dressage producers ever. His dam Gelbria is a full sister to Olympic Barbria. Expectations are high for 00 Seven because of his outstanding pedigree. Sire Rubinstein 1 was active on the highest level in dressage, and his dam Gelbria also competes at Grand Prix level. Almost 70 sons of the legendary Rubinstein 1 are approved and several of his young stock are winners in the show ring and are successful in competitions. Rubinstein 1 offspring also guarantees good prices at auctions. Dam Gelbria is by Doruto out of the Amor-mare Ilbira. Ilbria is also dam of Vobria, who is dam of the Grand Prix dressage horse Celiton. Both Barbria and Celiton had a significant input for the KWPN, being the best studbook according to the WBCSH in 1999. A son of Gelbria, Kadans competes at Prix St George level. Other full sisters to Gelbria and Barbria are Ezabria, national 1989 UTV champion mare as a 3 yo. Also Columbria, fifth placed mare at the national 1987 UTV championship for 3 yo mares.
00 Seven was Reserve Champion in the Pavo-Cup 2000 Competition of four year old dressage horses and Reserve Champion Pavo Cup 2001. He came second in the Stallion Competition 2001/2002. In 2002 he was the very convincing winner in the final of the Amev-Hippo Cup in Maastricht. In 2003 in Zwolle he won the title of best young stallion with a score of 69.66%. 00 Seven has been successfully brought on by Imke Schellenkens at Light Tour-level. In Rotterdam 1st Intermediair 1 he scored 72.50%. He was winner in Haugue of the Pikeur Trophy Intermediaire 1 with 74.20%. At Maastrict in the Int Light Tour debut Intermediaire he scored 72%. He went on to win the stallion competition in Den Bosch, of the VHO Trophy competition at Light Tour-level. In 2005 he was National Champion in Nijmegen and Res Champion in Eindhoven. He won in Mechelen in Int and first in Prix St George Int. CDI Hamsbeke 2006 and 2nd in the Light Tour.
In 2001 a group of 00 Seven progeny were shown. They all display light footed trots with good length and the hind leg is very active. The walk is regular and has good extension. The bone foundation is good. They all show a high willingness to work and are easy to ride.
In 2003/04 three sons were selected to go to the second selection in Den Bosch because of their very good movement. At the Central Show Veghel 7 of his progeny were declared ‘ster’ daughters and went on to become preliminary ‘keur’. At CK Heerjansdam, Unique (Indoctro) Reserve Champion 3 yo mare at the National Mare Show. Ermelo NMK, Zharamaria 4th place, Auction topper at Borrulo Euro16,000. Ermelo final, VSN for 3 yo sporthorses, Seven Up (Jazz) 4th place dressage and Upon BH (Wolfgang) 8th place. At the first inspection at the Stallion Selection 2004/05 at Ermelo 3 sons of 00 Seven were appointed for the 2nd inspection at Den Bosch and 2 were declared ‘ster’. In 2006/07 two of his sons were selected to go to the Stallion Selection in Den Bosch.
00 Seven has an index of 163 and he holds first place in the 4 yo to 6 yo offspring. Please see De Dalhoeve’s website for further offspring competition results