Jos Lansink's ride Aganix du Seigneur (Ogano Sitte x Chellano Z) has been sold to Zangersheide. The 9-year-old stallion has proved himself all the way up to the highest level of the sport with Lansink in the saddle. The Belgian rider believed that the chestnut stallion would become a championship horse and his future number one, but very sadly Aganix du Seigneur sustained an injury earlier this year and his sports career has come to an end far to early.
Zangersheide Studfarm has had its eyes on the stallion for several years and was able to buy him from owners Jos Lansink and Luc Henry.
On Zangersheide's website it is stated: “We are very pleased with the purchase of Aganix du Seigneur, which will from now on carry a Z behind his name. At stallion selections, in competitions and free jumping or youngster classes we often see products of Aganix. Remarkably, they are always genuine sport horses with extraordinary jumping talents. They bare supple, extremely careful and all throw an abnormally rounded jump. I have never yet seen an Aganix that was disappointing,” says Judy Ann Melchior. “The stallion only has some 100 offspring so far, the eldest now 5-yr-olds and yet the stallion already has two sons licensed by our studbook, namely Akarad Hero Z (dam’s sire Chin Chin) and A Golden Boy Hero Z (dam’s sire Carthago Z). This year’s reserve champion filly was an Aganix, and so was the champion 4-yr-olds at Z-Festival. The latter, Agadance van ’t Gelutt Z (dam’s sire Cadence van ’t Gelutt Z) is probably one of the most remarkable 4-yr-olds in Belgium. So in recent years Aganix was already often represented at Zangersheide.”
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