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The Sire Rankings are online

Every year around 7 November we publish the Rolex/WBFSH Sire Rankings for the FEI competition year, and today the 2016 rankings have been published


Once again, Hanoverian stallion De Niro tops the dressage sire rankings.
d. 07-11-2016 - 08:48

Who's in the lead and who's new in Top 10? Have you checked out the new Rolex WBFSH Sire Rankings in dressage, show jumping and eventing?

 

The sire rankings for dressage have little changes. The oldenburg stallion Don Schufro is back in top 10 whilst KWPN stallion Ferro is out. Oldenburger Rubin-Royal is this year's dressage high-jumper having moved up the rankings from 8th to 4th. Like last year the Hanoverian stallion De Niro is in the lead and Trakehner stallion Gribaldi takes second place. Father and son Don Schufro and Diamond Hit (OLDB) are placed 9th and 10th whilst Don Schufro's sire Donnerhall (OLDB) is placed 11th. Donnerhall is also the sire of first placed De Niro.

 

In show jumping the Holstein stallion Casall has jumped up the rankings from 9th to 4th place, and Holsteiner Cardento is new the top 10. The Selle Français stallion Diamant de Semilly holds on to his first place. Father and son Baloubet du Rouet and Balou du Rouet are placed 9th and 7th. Another strong stallion line here is that of Quidam de Revel (SF) who himself is placed 11th, his son Nabab de Rêve (BWP) 13th and his son Kashmir van't Schuttershof (SBS) is placed 6th.

 

In eventing as well the leading stallion is the same as last year, the holsteiner Contendro i, and the Selle Français stallion Kannanhas moved up the ranks from 55th place into top 10. Kannan is also in the top 10 in show jumping where he is ranked 5th.

 

View the Rolex/WBFSH Sire Rankings online HERE.