Origi d´O; a stallion like no other.
Origi d’O is licensed at the BWP and was the top auction of the licensed stallions in his year.
On the occasion of the third phase of the BWP licensing, he was named vice reserve winner.
His sire Diamant de Semilly is one of the best sires in the world. He himself was victorious in grand prizes around the world under Eric Levallois.
The dam’s sire, Toulon, was also victorious in 1.60 classes, just like the MM sire Cumano, who was one of the world’s best under Jos Lansink.
Origi d’O’s dam line is no less interesting. Dam Jo Jo d’O is the half-sister of the licensed and internationally successful stallion Hos d’O.
The mare For a Few Dollars More d’O, who is successful in 1.50 jumping, is also a sister of Jo Jo d’O. The MM Noisette des Vaux is a half-sister of the internationally successful Eglantinedes Vaux II under Francisco Guedes.
The MMM Altesse des Vaux was successful in 1.60 jumping classes.
The direct dam line of Origi d’O also includes Misteur Imperio Egipcio, Un Diamant d’Azif, Glock’s Pince de Vaux, and Quismy des Vaux HDC, who are successful in 1.60 jumpings.
He not only inspires with his striking, sporty appearance, his enormous sportiness, the quick reflexes, the almost limitless ability, and the outstanding manner on the jump, but also with his excellent offspring.
Origi d’O was able to produce several champion foals in his first crop. His foals were long-legged, tall, and with noble faces, and they could score even more in motion: Among other things, he provides championship winners and auction peaks. So also the winning foal of the farm’s own foal championship v. Origi d´O x Canturo, which made the judges and the audience shine.
WFFS tested – result: negative