Our new colt is out of Kanzas and Aganix du Seigneur Z on 12 June 2020.
The foal’s dam is is our mare Kanzas Z, which produced by impressive breeding - Kannan (Voltaire x Nimmerdor x Le Mexico) and Quinta of Quidam de Revel. Her blood runs the legacies of pure progenitors and showjumping mares. The mare’s sire Kannan needs no introduction. Kannan is the current WBFSH number one jumping stallion. In 2011, he was also the WBFSH number 8 eventing stallion. No other stallion has ever made this achievement. Kannan’s progeny is ridden by world riders such as Betram Allen and Steve Guerdat, wining Internationals such as World Cups and Grand Prixes.
Kansas’s dam’s sire Quidam de Revel is a well-known, phenomenal stallion that possesses the amazing qualities of mind, balance, strength, and energy. A number of Quidam’s offspring have competed and are still competing on Grand Prix level in show jumping. This outstanding stallion has produced about 183 approved sons.
Our new colt’s stallion Aganix du Seigneur Z is a breeding stallion by Ogano Sitte out of a mare by Chellano Z.
Aganix as a 9-year-old had clear rounds at Mannheim, Lummen and Amsterdam and then won his first qualifier for the Nation Cup of Rotterdam. Two of his sons are Z-licensed. The reserve champion filly of Z-Festival 2015 was an Aganix, and the same applies to the champion of the 4-yr-olds. Aganix himself is out of an exceptional dam’s line, the Sitte family. Dam Cadix du Seigneur Z is a half-sister of LB Callas Sitte Z (C. Liebherr) and Sea Coast Atlantic (G. Patteet), former World Champion with the 7-yr-olds. Also, Aganix’s half-brother Arsouille du Seigneur (Schilling) is currently performing at Grand Prix level. This is the line of the Olympic mare Gute Sitte ridden by Eric Wauters, from which also Aganix’s sire Ogano Sitte descends. Aganix is therefore a product of perfectly planned line-breeding.