The Zir-Oculus Of The Brick Guild

Zirocco Blue x Cornet Obolensky

Premium stallion, shows excellent jumping with great capacity and agility

Discipline Show Jumping
Breed: Warmblood
Height: 172cm
Colour: Grey
Health Status: WFFS Negtive
Year of Birth: 2018
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The Zir-Oculus Of The Brick Guild Stallion

Owner/Agent: Stallion AI Services
Contact: 01948 666295

Note: SAIS is agent for this stallion


The Zir-Oculus Of The Brick Guild
Zirocco Blue
Culcha Cundela
Mr. Blue
Licorne des Forets
Cornet Obolensky
Gekas des Forets
Rabanna van Costersveld
Athletica II



In the autumn of 2020, the Zir-Oculus brick kiln was bought to Denmark by Per Thomsen Stutteri Teglovn. From the first day of selection, the stallion was very spectacular, beautiful in type and extremely well-jumping. Later in the selection process, he was named prize stallion with great attention from the audience. Zir-Oculus is a very modern stallion, noble and high-pitched. He has a good " stallion look ", well-employed neck, strong and supple upper line. The stallion is prosperous and has good hooves. A very complete stallion In jumping, he is powerful, brave, agile and with huge capacity. He runs his jumping with great confidence and in good balance. For the 35-day test, he passed with ease with a total score of 818.5 and with very good competitive characteristics. The lineage of the Brick Kiln Zir-Oculus is characterized by stallions and mares, all of whom have gone international top sport. His father Zirocco Blue goes under Jur Vrieling on the Dutch national team, and has a myriad of international top finishes. Team gold at the European Championships and individual No. 5 in the Las Wegas World Cup. Zir-Oculus's mother, state prize mare Culcha Cundela was " siegetstute " in Scroll in 2009. Grandfather Cornet Obelensky has been at the top of WBFSH's rankings for many years. With Marco Kutscher in the saddle, Cornet Obelensky has been one of the world's most winning horses while also having a fantastic breeding career, with an amazing number of offspring going 160cm international show jumping. In the third indent is the stallion Polydor, which is one of the cornerstones of the Westfahler jumping breed. Polydor is after the stallion Pilate and thus a half-brother of Pilot. The first foals are large, noble, with super gallop and good expression. We look forward to showing them to this year's foals. A great combination of international top jumping stallions.

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