D’Avie

Breed: Hanoverian

Colour: Chestnut

Height: 17hh

Born: 2012

WFFS negative; PSSM1 negative; PSSM2: all genetic variants negative

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Description

The enthusiasm for D’avie began in Verden in 2014, when he conquered the licensing with his charisma and quality of movement and advanced to the top price. He has been setting standards in sport since then, became double world champion for young dressage horses in 2018 and 2019 and was already victorious in the Grand Prix in 2021 at the age of just 9 years.

In addition to his spectacular movement talent in walk, trot and canter, D’avie impresses with his enormous willingness to perform, rideability and his outstanding hind leg. It combines power and elegance. With his charisma and his character, he wraps everyone involved around his finger, regardless of whether they are riders, grooms or farriers, in daily dealings. Beautifully muscled and noble in type, he draws his offspring with his perfect conformation.

His sire Don Juan de Hus was not only sixth-placed at the World Championships for young dressage horses, but with meanwhile 12 licensed sons in Germany and with a repeated top place in the FN breeding value estimate, he has once again demonstrated the hereditary power in the D’avies genetics. deleted.

With his special pedigree (without D, S, F blood) D’avie brings fresh blood into German dressage breeding and is particularly interesting for mares from proven lines.

Inheritance
Despite fewer offspring in Germany, D’avie has already produced several licensed sons, including the wonderfully presented premium stallion of the Hanoverian licensing 2020, ” Democracy “. D’avie draws his offspring very typey and almost ideally constructed. In addition to his extraordinarily good basic gaits, he gives a lot of shine and presence as well as the enormous drive from the ideally constructed hindquarters. The character of his offspring is outstandingly positive, as is the case with himself.

Click here for a video compilation of some of D’avie’s offspring .

Don Juan de Hus
D’avie is a son of Don Juan de Hus, who unfortunately died much too young and who finished sixth at the 2013 World Championships for young dressage horses under Jessica Michel (FRA). His blood is not only sporty throughout, characterized by Grand Prix stallions, but has also caused enthusiasm at various licensing locations. In the meantime, twelve of his sons have been licensed in Germany, including the Westphalian champion stallion and price record holder D’Egalité, the Neustadt champion stallion Don Royal and the dressage horse world champion and riding horse national champion Don Martillo. Don Juan de Hus has already made a name for himself as a sire and has proven this with top places in the FN breeding value estimate.

Dam line
When looking at his pedigree, it stands out that both his dam, granddam and great-granddam were awarded the state premium. The dam St.Pr.St. Linda is also a full sister to St.Pr.A. Lady Gagga and Letterkenny, who was victorious up to Intermédiaire II. The blood of the line founder Lauries Crusador xx comes through through the dam’s sire Londonderry. Londonderry was the winner of the licensing, Bundeschampion and was once again underlined in the FN breeding value estimation in 2013.atz the heredity in the D’avies genetics.
With his special pedigree (without D, S, F blood) D’avie brings fresh blood into German dressage breeding and is particularly interesting for mares from proven lines.

 

Dear breeders

Discovered as a hope for the future for top-flight dressage, D’avie has brought a smile to the face of more than just my wife Lisa every day since his arrival at our yard. As dressage enthusiasts and horse lovers and, by now, long-time breeders, there is usually a fly in the ointment somewhere even with a two-time world champion, but D’avie has proven a classic counter to this with the previously unknown multitude of positive attributes which can be used to describe this horse.

In addition to his spectacular talent for movement, D’avie impresses in the dressage arena with tremendous willingness to perform, his phenomenal hind legs and extraordinary rideability. He combines power and elegance. With his charisma and character, he has everyone involved in his day-to-day handling, whether riders, grooms or farriers, wrapped around his little finger. Of particular interest for breeding considerations, as a refining stallion type, his perfect conformation makes him suitable for almost all mares.

D’avie really does combine everything you could want from a sire for dressage horses, whether for further development of your own dam line or for competitive sport.

Although there are comparatively few offspring by him in Germany thus far, he has already produced 2 licensed sons. Just recently, he has been able to attract attention from the Hanoverian stallion licensing committee with regard to his hereditary qualities as a premium stallion with a wonderful conformation.

As you are probably familiar with yourself, I also rack my brains anew every year over whether I have really found the perfect matches of our own brood mares. In the process, I particularly have the pedigree and the bloodline in mind alongside the usual criteria for horse evaluation. Here, I consider D’avie to be a great opportunity for German dressage breeding. Not for nothing did D’avie’s sire, Don Juan de Hus, take the top spot in this year’s FN breeding evaluation.

Let yourself be infected with my personal enthusiasm for this exceptional stallion.

Sincerely yours, Thomas Müller

Licensed for: Hanover, Oldenburg, Westphalia, DWB and all southern German German associations

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Description

The enthusiasm for D’avie began in Verden in 2014, when he conquered the licensing with his charisma and quality of movement and advanced to the top price. He has been setting standards in sport since then, became double world champion for young dressage horses in 2018 and 2019 and was already victorious in the Grand Prix in 2021 at the age of just 9 years.

In addition to his spectacular movement talent in walk, trot and canter, D’avie impresses with his enormous willingness to perform, rideability and his outstanding hind leg. It combines power and elegance. With his charisma and his character, he wraps everyone involved around his finger, regardless of whether they are riders, grooms or farriers, in daily dealings. Beautifully muscled and noble in type, he draws his offspring with his perfect conformation.

His sire Don Juan de Hus was not only sixth-placed at the World Championships for young dressage horses, but with meanwhile 12 licensed sons in Germany and with a repeated top place in the FN breeding value estimate, he has once again demonstrated the hereditary power in the D’avies genetics. deleted.

With his special pedigree (without D, S, F blood) D’avie brings fresh blood into German dressage breeding and is particularly interesting for mares from proven lines.

Inheritance
Despite fewer offspring in Germany, D’avie has already produced several licensed sons, including the wonderfully presented premium stallion of the Hanoverian licensing 2020, ” Democracy “. D’avie draws his offspring very typey and almost ideally constructed. In addition to his extraordinarily good basic gaits, he gives a lot of shine and presence as well as the enormous drive from the ideally constructed hindquarters. The character of his offspring is outstandingly positive, as is the case with himself.

Click here for a video compilation of some of D’avie’s offspring .

Don Juan de Hus
D’avie is a son of Don Juan de Hus, who unfortunately died much too young and who finished sixth at the 2013 World Championships for young dressage horses under Jessica Michel (FRA). His blood is not only sporty throughout, characterized by Grand Prix stallions, but has also caused enthusiasm at various licensing locations. In the meantime, twelve of his sons have been licensed in Germany, including the Westphalian champion stallion and price record holder D’Egalité, the Neustadt champion stallion Don Royal and the dressage horse world champion and riding horse national champion Don Martillo. Don Juan de Hus has already made a name for himself as a sire and has proven this with top places in the FN breeding value estimate.

Dam line
When looking at his pedigree, it stands out that both his dam, granddam and great-granddam were awarded the state premium. The dam St.Pr.St. Linda is also a full sister to St.Pr.A. Lady Gagga and Letterkenny, who was victorious up to Intermédiaire II. The blood of the line founder Lauries Crusador xx comes through through the dam’s sire Londonderry. Londonderry was the winner of the licensing, Bundeschampion and was once again underlined in the FN breeding value estimation in 2013.atz the heredity in the D’avies genetics.
With his special pedigree (without D, S, F blood) D’avie brings fresh blood into German dressage breeding and is particularly interesting for mares from proven lines.

 

Dear breeders

Discovered as a hope for the future for top-flight dressage, D’avie has brought a smile to the face of more than just my wife Lisa every day since his arrival at our yard. As dressage enthusiasts and horse lovers and, by now, long-time breeders, there is usually a fly in the ointment somewhere even with a two-time world champion, but D’avie has proven a classic counter to this with the previously unknown multitude of positive attributes which can be used to describe this horse.

In addition to his spectacular talent for movement, D’avie impresses in the dressage arena with tremendous willingness to perform, his phenomenal hind legs and extraordinary rideability. He combines power and elegance. With his charisma and character, he has everyone involved in his day-to-day handling, whether riders, grooms or farriers, wrapped around his little finger. Of particular interest for breeding considerations, as a refining stallion type, his perfect conformation makes him suitable for almost all mares.

D’avie really does combine everything you could want from a sire for dressage horses, whether for further development of your own dam line or for competitive sport.

Although there are comparatively few offspring by him in Germany thus far, he has already produced 2 licensed sons. Just recently, he has been able to attract attention from the Hanoverian stallion licensing committee with regard to his hereditary qualities as a premium stallion with a wonderful conformation.

As you are probably familiar with yourself, I also rack my brains anew every year over whether I have really found the perfect matches of our own brood mares. In the process, I particularly have the pedigree and the bloodline in mind alongside the usual criteria for horse evaluation. Here, I consider D’avie to be a great opportunity for German dressage breeding. Not for nothing did D’avie’s sire, Don Juan de Hus, take the top spot in this year’s FN breeding evaluation.

Let yourself be infected with my personal enthusiasm for this exceptional stallion.

Sincerely yours, Thomas Müller

Licensed for: Hanover, Oldenburg, Westphalia, DWB and all southern German German associations

Pedigree

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