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Shu Fu was discovered at the German Sport Horse stallion days in 2020 and he sold at auction for 180,00 EUR. He is a modern stallion with three exceptional basic gaits and a sought-after pedigree containing top dressage genes. Father Sezuan was a five, six and seven-year-old world champion of the young dressage horses and is undoubtedly one of the most sought-after dressage stallions of the present day. On the breeding stage, the qualities that have led to Sezuan’s own successes as DWB champion, record Stallion Performance test winner and Danish dressage horse champion, are passed onto his offspring. He produced two-time record Stallion Performance test winner Sezuan’s Donnerhall, the runner-up dressage horse world champion and Bundeschampion Secret, the dressage horses World Champions Queenparks Wendy and the Oldenburg reserve winner stallion So Perfect, to name a few.
Shu Fu’s sire, Fuerst Heinrich, was champion stallion in 2001 at his 30-day test, champion of the four-year-old main premium stallions at the Oldenburg Award in 2002, and celebrated World Champion of five-year-old dressage horses in Verden in 2003. Within a few years he developed into an absolute star sire with almost 50 licensed stallions and over 100 state premium mares.
With Weltmeyer and Donnerhall in the third and fourth generation, Shu Fu blood combines two other legendary stamp stallions.
Shu Fu goes back to the mare line of the Suse which brought, among others, the stallions Prince Samarant, Videostar and Dark Sensation. Some successful sports horses out of this line are the S dressage horses Fontainebleau (by Fidermark) and Donovan (by Don Vino), as well as, numerous showjumping horses like Corey Z by Chellano Z (Int. 1.40m), Shaqiri (Int. 1.40m) and Stakkata (Int. 1.45m) by Stakkato.
In his 50-day test in Schlieckau, Shu Fu impressed the judges especially in the gallop where he was described as a “galloping machine” and thus received a 10.0. An 8.0 for walk and trot and a 9.0 for his interior values and rideability, leaving an overall impression of 9.0. The foreign test riders, Phillip Hess and Tessa Frank (in the intermediate test), also awared Shu Fu a 9.5 for rideability. In addition, Shu Fu showed himself to be confident in jumping (8.5) and in the end he achieved a weighted dressage-emphasized final score of 8.84.
HLP (50 TT) Dressage 8.84