Junior du Seigneur
The golden glow surrounding Aganix du Seigneur Z shines ever more powerfully. In the last decade the showjumping world probably hasn’t seen any other stallion with similar siring qualities as this mighty chestnut, and it’s a privilege we can make him available with fresh semen. As a sport horse Aganix du Seigneur Z was the biggest promise for his rider Jos Lansink, until an injury put an abrupt halt to his career. Naturally, this meant a huge loss for Lansink, but for breeding it was an absolute blessing. Aganix du Seigneur Z is an Ogano Sitte son whose 3rd dam is Eric Wauters’s Olympic mare Gute Sitte. Aganix’ dam Cadix du Seigneur Z too has Gute Sitte as her 3rd dam and so these strong Olympic genes are doubly embedded. The direct dam line has produced dozens of 1.60m horses, which explains the extent of Aganix du Seigneur Z’s siring ability. For his offspring he invariably adds a generous dose of capacity to the mare, a powerful take-off and exceptional use of the hindquarters. Each and everyone are modern athletes, perfectly adapted to the modern sport. This is showcased by his oldest sons and daughters like for instance Agana van het Gerendal Z who jumps into the spotlights under Lillie Keenan, Akarad Hero Z (Pieter Clemens), Ayade Hero Z (Spencer Smith & Ransome Rombauer), Attoucha (Paris Sellon)… We find the Aganix du Seigneur Z products in the best sport stables of the world. The number of offspring by this stallion that are gearing up to break through to the highest echelons is unprecedented, something that will undoubtedly accelerate his leap into the absolute top of sires.