Ios Morinda SFA

Male Skewbald 1 year old

Price : **

General comments

Ios Morinda, a modern name for a colt who is just that, was born on the 3rd of May 2018. He will probably be of average height but he is very well made. He is also curious and full of energy!

Sir : Ulyss Morinda SF

Ulyss Morinda

Dam : Epopée H Morinda Oldenburg

Epopée H Morinda

Second mare : Operette KWPN

Operette

Third mare : Jenette KWPN

Jenette

Pedigree

His father Ulyss Morinda, 5 * at the CIRALE, comes from base bloodline that was marked 8 out of 10 by the Selle Français studbook. The line goes back to the Grand Prix mare Utricule (by Monceaux, TB) and then to her daughter Piperazine Laleu, mother of several excellent horses. Ulyss is a carrier of 5 Thoroughbred blood lines, one of which is the famous Laudanum but there’s also Ladykiller, Furioso, Pericles and Monceaux. As a maternal grandfather he also has Jalisco B whom he very much resembles. You can go to his page to see the details of his wonderful bloodline and photos and videos of his performances. Ulyss Morinda, Hunter Champion of France as a six year old came back to his true discipline, the CSO in 2015 as a seven year old. Ridden from now on by Rik Hemeryck (a Belgian), he won the Young Stallions SF Masters for seven year olds (classed as ‘Very Promising’ by the ANSF) and at nine years old, he was already a winner and had been placed in numerous outings in 1.50m classes (CSI 3*). He took part in his first CSI 5* in Rotterdam in June 2017 and his first 1.55m at the end of the year. He is ISO 150 (2017).


In 2018, Ulyss is confirming his quality, being placed 2nd at the start of the year in the 1.50m (3*) Grand Prix at Bonheiden (just half a second off Daniel Deusser), placed 7th in the 1.50m Bourg en Bresse Show Jumping (4*) and jumping in the 1.55m at Maubeuge with and incredible effortlessness. He is now performing in Grand Prix 1,60 m.


The young Epopee H Morinda, mother of Ios, (presented in the section for “Show Jumping” elsewhere on this site) has passed on to him the bloodline of Samber, as good a horse at Dressage as over fences, and of the renowned Ferro, the Dressage Champion also known as Olympic Ferro.

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