Birth Date: May 17, 2011
Height: 16 hands 2 in.
Locations (Stands): Sequoyah Farms
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Outstanding bloodlines with Balou du Rouet-Cassini I-Contender-Corrado I! As a three year old Daytona has a very nice jump!
Daytona’s Sire, Balou du Rouet, Oldenburg silver medalist of 2005, is one of the best German horses of his age group. Equipped with maximum elasticity in his gaits, he completed an excellent Stallion Performance Test awarded with the top marks of 9.5 and 10.0 for jumping by the ‘foreign judges’. He has continued his sporting career in supreme style, winning several classes judged on style and ability up to the M level. won the final qualification at the German Young Horse Championships with the top score of 9.2 and in the final was one of the four best approved stallions in Germany. Sire Baloubet du Rouet, currently one of the most successful jumping stallions on the international stage (individual gold medallist at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, three-times World Cup Champion in a row, winner of many Grand Prix’s), has an exceptional pedigree. Grand sire Galoubet is son of the great stallion Alme. On the dam’s side, Balou du Rouet is directly related to the founder of the bloodline “Cor de la Bryere” from Holstein through Rantzau. The similarity can be seen in Balou du Rouet’s jumping style and ability. His stunning dam Georgia is by the increasingly popular Contender son, Continue. Once again, Balou du Rouet emphasises his dominant quality as a producer in type, elegance and movement with numerous foals at many different auctions. His first crop of youngsters confirmed their quality at the approvals; one of his sons out of a Sandro mare was the most expensive premium stallion at the Oldenburg Approvals in Vechta. “Superior Equine Sires, Inc.”
Daytona’s Dam, Virginia, was baught as a broodmare strickly because of her bloodlines, Cassini I / Contender / Corrado I, all of which are considered top sires in the world.