GENEALOGÍA (ROSSEAU x FLEMMINGH x TEXAS)
Ampère is a noble, elegant stallion with fantastic movements, who was the undisputed Young Stallion Champion of the licensing in the Netherlands in 2008. Ampère won the Dutch performance test in 2008 with the highest points ever! (walk 8, trot 9, canter 9,5, ridability 9, talent as a dressage horse 9) Ampère bequeath no chestnut colour! At the moment Ampère is in Sweden and he is trained by Jan Brink
His sire Rousseau became vice world champion of the young dressage horses in Verden in 2003. Until now Rousseau has eleven approved sons in the Netherlands, as well as four approved sons in Germany. Ampère is one of the three Rosseaus sons in a row that has won the Dutch performance test and has become champion of the stallion test with very high points. Ampère’s dam sire Flemmingh counts as a supplier of international top horses like Krack C (Anky van Grunsven) or Lingh (Edward Gal). Flemmingh produced the young stallion champion of the Oldenburg licensing in Vechta in 2009. Ampère’s motherline has left both breeding stallions as well as a great number of competing horses within both jumping and dressage, like the licensed stallions Mythos (Mytens xx – Farn) and Gringo (Ramiro – Amor).
Immediately with his first foal crop in 2009 an 2010, the son of Rousseau provided for headlines – here are some video-impressions. Beside several foal-champions, Ampère provided the winning foal of the Dutch federation (KWPN) in Ermelo. At the second “Lemwerderaner Fohlenchampionat”, he put the winner foal from a Rotspon-Matcho xx dam in April 2010. In 2011 he was sire of the 2nd runner-up of the German foal-championships in Lienen. At the auction in Vechta he made a news record: A foal by Ampère was sold for the unbelievable price of 200.000€!