Pref Keur OO Seven (Imp)

We are absolutely thrilled to offer Australian breeders access to such a World Class stallion- OO Seven. He has not only been competitve in Holland to Grand Prix level, he has also become an influential sire in the KWPN studbook. He has produced literally hundereds of offspring who are super competitive dressage horses in Holland – 70 of which are competitive at FEI level. No stallion in this country can boast the success of their offspring like OO Seven!

00 Seven was champion of the KWPN Performance test in 1999. He was the highest graded dressage stallion with a score for walk 8, trot 9, canter 9, ability for dressage 9. The jury described him as a top genetic dressage horse of the modern type. He has light movements with exceptional presence and balance. He is an eager worker.

Unique combination

He is a unique combination of top class pedigrees including Rubinstein 1 and Doruto, the world’s best dressage producers ever. His dam Gelbria is a full sister to Olympic Barbria. Expectations are high for 00 Seven because of his outstanding pedigree. Sire Rubinstein 1 was active on the highest level in dressage, and his dam Gelbria also competes at Grand Prix level. Almost 70 sons of the legendary Rubinstein 1 are approved and several of his young stock are winners in the show ring and are successful in competitions. Rubinstein 1 offspring also guarantees good prices at auctions. Dam Gelbria is by Doruto out of the Amor-mare Ilbira. Ilbria is also dam of Vobria, who is dam of the Grand Prix dressage horse Celiton. Both Barbria and Celiton had a significant input for the KWPN, being the best studbook according to the WBCSH in 1999.

A son of Gelbria, Kadans competes at Prix St George level. Other full sisters to Gelbria and Barbria are Ezabria, national 1989 UTV champion mare as a 3 yo. Also Columbria, fifth placed mare at the national 1987 UTV championship for 3 yo mares.


00 Seven was Reserve Champion in the Pavo-Cup 2000 Competition of four year old dressage horses and Reserve Champion Pavo Cup 2001. He came second in the Stallion Competition 2001/2002. In 2002 he was the very convincing winner in the final of the Amev-Hippo Cup in Maastricht. In 2003 in Zwolle he won the title of best young stallion with a score of 69.66%. 00 Seven has been successfullybrought on by Imke Schellenkens at Light Tour-level. In Rotterdam 1st Intermediair 1 he scored 72.50%. He was winner in Haugue of the Pikeur Trophy Intermediaire 1 with 74.20%. At Maastrict in the Int Light Tour debut Intermediaire he scored 72%. He went on to win the stallion competition in Den Bosch, of the VHO Trophy competition at Light Tour-level. In 2005 he was National Champion in Nijmegen and Res Champion in Eindhoven. He won in Mechelen in Int and first in Prix St George Int. CDI Hamsbeke 2006 and 2nd in the Light Tour.

zeilingerSince arriving in Australia in October 2011, OO Seven has taken the dressage scene by storm! He won the PSG CDN class at the Boneo CDI (Jan 2012) with over 71%. He was also selected by Rudlof Zeilinger (pictured right) to be his ride in the Boneo Park Masterclass he presented – showing off his scope and paces.

OO Seven then followed this success with another 71% win at the Orange CDI at Bradgate Park (Feb 2012). Dressage with Stars (March 2012) was yet another success for this stallion winning the PSG and the Inter I freestyle to be the uncontested winner of the PSG Cup. The Sydney CDI (May 2012) saw more success with some outstanding results. 3rd in the CDI PSG, 2nd in the Inter I & 3rd in the Inter I freestyle. David was so thrilled with his performance in front of a packed house at SIEC…. it was now time to move on to Grand Prix!

OO Seven and David were the proud winners of their first ever GP with a score of 66% at the Hawkesbury Dressage Champs (June 2012). They followed suit at the August DNSW comp with another 66%. July saw David head north with OO Seven for the QLD Festival of Dressage & Prydes Easifeed Brisbane CDI. After the stallion show, many people remarked what an exceptional character OO Seven has and how well he performed for the crowd. At their first big CDI Grand Prix show, David and OO Seven were 3rd in the GP & performed an almost faultless freestyle to finish first on 70.425%.

NSW State Dressage Champs (Aug 2012) was a huge success for OO Seven. He was 2nd in the Grand Prix with a personal best of 67% and had another win in the freestyle- this time with a massive 72.58%! This ranked OO Seven as the number one horse for the Equestrian Grand Final at Equitana in November 2013!


In 2003/04 three sons were selected to go to the second selection in Den Bosch because of their very good movement. At the Central Show, Veghel, 7 of his progenywere declared ‘ster’ daughters and went on to become preliminary ‘keur’. At CK Heerjansdam, Unique (Indoctro) was Reserve Champion 3 yo mare at the National Mare Show. Ermelo NMK, Zharamaria 4th place, Auction topper at Borrulo Euro16,000. Ermelo final, VSN for 3 yo sporthorses, Seven Up (Jazz) 4th place dressage and Upon BH (Wolfgang) 8th place. At the first inspection at the Stallion Selection 2004/05 at Ermelo 3 sons of 00 Seven were appointed for the 2nd inspection at Den Bosch and 2 were declared ‘ster’. In 2006/07 two of his sons were selected to go to the Stallion Selection in Den Bosch.


rubinsteinRubinstein is considered one of the all time great sires and dressage competitors world wide. The double world champion and fourfold European champion was the world’s most successful dressage horse for a long time. His full-brother Amon also took part in the Olympic Games three times (if one includes Rotterdam in 1980) and was the most successful dressage horse of the Netherlands under Annemarie Sanders-Keyzar, where he was considered to be unbeatable for a long time, gaining the Dutch Championship title seven times. In October of 2000, Amon passed away at the ripe old age of 32 years. Then there is Rembrandt,

the elegant dancer, who with Nicole Uphoff glided through the big dressage arenas of the world, enchanting the public with his fantastic agility. He won individual and team gold with his rider twice, making her the youngest Olympic champion of all times, breaking the sonic barrier of the magic 1500 points delimitation in 1990 and becoming world champion.

Rubinstein is known as a great improver for the breed. He consistently passes on his wonderful temperament and movement. The youngstock of Rubinstein are very popular with riders- both professional and amateur for their willingness to please.


rosenkavalierRosenkavalier is considered to be one of the most significant Westphalian sires. He was the winner of the Stallion Performance Test at Warendorf in 1983.

He sired 471 registered offspring. His most famous sons include Rubenstein and the Grand Prix dressage horse Rubens. His offspring have been successful in the dressage ring and the show jumping arena alike.


The Trakehner stallion Doruto was born in 1962. He was the leading dressage sire in 1998 according to the World Breed Rankings thanks to the huge success of his offspring. He is the sire of coutless performers at FEI level including 1976 Olympian Banjo with rider Jo Ruten, Robby (Bert Rutten), Ideaal (Jo Hinneman), Urion (Nadine Capellmann) & Heruto (Coby Van Baalen).


Rubinstein Rosenkavalier Romadour II
St Pr St Diva
Antine Angelo xx
Gelbria (ster pref) Doruto (pref) Komet
Blitzlicht II
Ilbria (keur pref) Amor (pref)
Wobria (ster pref)


Boneo CDI PSG CDN 1st place 71%
Bradgate Park CDI Small Tour Champion
DWTS uncontested PSG Cup winner
Sydney CDI PSG 3rd, Inter 1 2nd and Inter Freestyle 3rd
Brisbane CDI- 3rd GP and Freestyle winner (70.425%)
NSW State Champs GP 2nd, Freestlye winner (72.58%)
National Dressage Champs GP 2nd
Boneo CDI GP 3rd
DWTS World Cup qualifier GP 1st & Freestyle 1st (73.58%)
Grand Prix Champion and World Cup Qualifier winner
Brisbane CDI GP 3rd





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