Imperium Morinda SF

Gelding Chestnut 5 years old

General comments

The very gentle Imperium Morinda was born on the 26th of April 2018.  A big colt who is very fast, he has revealed himself to be the most gentle of all (however all of Ulyss Morinda’s youngstock are easy to handle).  He’s intelligent, understands very quickly and always wants to please.  Visibly, Mont Doloise also transmits her character to all her youngsters.


Ulyss plus Mondoloise… he couldn’t have been anything except adorable and intelligent!


We’re in a hurry to see him grow since as he has inherited the front action and suppleness of Ulyss as well as the strengh and bascule of his mother, he will be very much out of the ordinary!  In any case…he will bring happiness to his rider!


 


 


 

Père : Ulyss Morinda SF

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 confirmed his quality, at the start of the year being placed in the 3* 1m50 Grand Prix at Bonheiden only half a second behind Daniel Deusser, being placed 7th in the 1m50 Bourg en Bresse Show Jumping (4*) and soaring over the 1m55 course at Maubeuge with an unbelievable casual air. Still ridden by Rik Hemeryck, he was then placed in the 1m60 Grand Prix, and successfully participated in his first Nations’ Cup  (Gijon CSIO 5*) and obtained an ISO 160 in 2018.


In 2019 he continued to make progress : he was placed many times over 1m50 and 1m55, and won the 1m60 Grand Prix in the UK in front of Laura Kraut (see the News section). He also took part in his first 5* Rolex Grand Prix, and proved that he clearly has the capability to jump these courses. He obtained an ISO 163 for 2019, and in 2020, at only 12 years of age, has exceeded 100,000 Euros in winnings.

Première mère : Mont Doloise D'ogier SFA

His dam, the beautiful Mont Doloise d'Ogier has herself passed beneath the spotlight, in being first of all judged at the famous Fences Sales where her spectacular back movement made quite a sensation. She had great potential and was destined for a wonderful career but unfortunately she suffered an accident. Following that, she took up where she’d left off, but no longer destined for the top level. Nevertheless, she was able to competed in 125/130 classes with an amateur rider with whom she obtained her ISO 132 in 2009, which demonstrates her easy nature. A mare with enormous heart and courage, she never gave anything a second glance. Despite her appearance which may seem important, she was very quick against the clock.


This ‘Original Selle Francais’ has top level performers in her ancestry: her sire, Bayard d’Elle (sire of numerous stallions), her grandsire, J’T’adore (Olympic horse ridden by Eric Navet), and the famous Almé, founding father of this bloodline. Her strain of Trotter blood which can be found in Happy Graham, her maternal granddam, also gives her the courage and easy nature found in trotters.


 


 

Deuxième mère : Fabuleuse D'ogier

Fabuleuse d’Ogier, daughter of the excellent J’T’ADORE (Brilloso) represents a cross between FURIOSO and ALME, with, as a bonus associated with Almé, a dash of trotter blood...like a certain GALOUBET A.

Troisième mère : Happy Graham

Happy Graham is one of the last daughters of Almé. She has produced Princesse d’Almé, mother of Tender Love, ISO 143, and Verdi d’Ogier, ISO 140, amongst others.

Pedigree

 


 

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