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Rousseau x Orona (Jazz)


Blue Hors Zack, Sicario Grandsire
Blue Hors Zack, Sicario Grandsire, Stallion
Blue Hors Zack, Sicario Grandsire

Date of Birth: 2004
Gender: Stallion
Color: Black
Height: 172cm

About Zack

Daniel Bachmann Andersen says "He has been an incredibly strong and durable horse, he has almost never been sick or injured, and so every day he is super ready and motivated to work – even the day after a big event, when he has to take time off."

In sport, Zack just keeps getting better and better. He was not ready for Grand Prix until he was 12. He debuted in international Grand Prix at the age of 13, after which his and Bachmann Andersen's journey to world elite dressage took off at high speed. They soon became part of the Danish national team, representing Denmark at the World Equestrian Games in 2018 at Tryon, and became the best Danish equestrian pair in the Grand Prix, ranked at 10.

Zack and Bachmann Anderson have since won the World Cup qualifiers in Herning and 's-Hertogenbosch, 7th place in the 2018 World Cup final in Paris and 4th place in the 2019 World Cup final in Gothenburg. At the Danish Dressage Championship in 2018 the pair ranked No. 8, then went on to claiming victory as the Danish champions in 2019. In 2019 they won the CDIO5* Grand Prix Freestyle in Falsterbo with over 85%, and at the European Championships 2019 in Rotterdam they finished individually at No. 7 with 83.711% in the Grand Prix Freestyle.

Zack finished the FEI 2019 competition year ranked at number 6 in in dressage, making him the world's highest-ranking stallion in dressage. 

Zack's sire Rousseau won the stallion performance test in dressage in Ermelo in 2002. In the same year, he won the Pavo Cup in Holland with an up till now never reached score. By both test riders, he got a perfect 10. At the age of 5 he won the stallion performance test in ’s-Hertogenbosch and thereafter the silver medal at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses in Verden.


Dam Orona, whose first foal went on and won intermediate (M) level dressage classes in the Netherlands as a six-year-old. Orona herself succeeded in intermediate (M) level classes and finished a very good IBOP test (mare performance test). Orona is a daughter of the Grand Prix stallion Jazz, one of the most sought-after stallions in the Netherlands, who was successful in international top sport. In 2013, he was 2nd on the WBFSH ranking for dressage stallions.

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