Aganix du Seigneur Z



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Stallion Description

Belgian Sporthorse • 2006 • chestnut • 169cms


Ogano Sitte Darco Lugano van la Roche
Ialta Sitte Avontour
Insel Sitte
Cadix Du Seigneur Z Chellano Z Contender
Atlanta Sitte Z Aramis de la Cense
insel Sitte



Aganix du Seigneur Z has meanwhile come into his third breeding season at Studfarm Zangersheide and since his arrival he has been one of the most popular sires of Europe. That is in itself no surprise; his pedigree is carefully built up and anchors, both via the sire’s and the dam’s side, the sport genes of the Olympic foundation dam Gute Sitte. Aganix himself was active up to the highest level under Jos Lansink and also his own offspring demonstrates to be of superior quality! In short, Aganix du Seigneur Z has everything going for him to grow into one of the most influential sires in the world! Aganix du Seigneur Z has already sired several international sport horses and he has a few licensed sons, he is also the dam’s sire of the first licensed son of Dominator Z, D’Aganix Z (Dominator Z – Aganix du Seigneur Z). Aganix, at only 9-yr-old, had clear rounds at Mannheim, Lummen and Amsterdam and then won his first qualifier for the Nation Cup of Rotterdam. Jos Lansink expected him to become a championships horse, but an injury threw a spanner in the works.



For breeding, however this loss for the sport, does, of course, work as an advantage. Aganix du Seigneur Z will be a great sire and his young stock are already speaking for themselves. He was already noticed for his offspring at the Z-events. Two of his sons are Z-licensed. The reserve champion filly of Z-Festival 2015 was an Aganix, and the same applies to the champion of the 4-yr-olds. Aganix himself is out of an exceptional dam’s line, the Sitte family. Dam Cadix du Seigneur Z is a half-sister of LB Callas Sitte Z (C. Liebherr) and Sea Coast Atlantic (G. Patteet), former World Champion with the 7-yr-olds. Also Aganix’s half-brother Arsouille du Seigneur (Schilling) is currently performing at Grand Prix level. This is the line of the Olympic mare Gute Sitte ridden by Eric Wauters, from which also Aganix’s sire Ogano Sitte descends. Aganix is therefore a product of perfectly planned line-breeding.



Stud Fee:


€1,400 + VAT for chilled semen pregnancy deal. Payable at first insemination.

€400 + VAT, non refundable booking fee, €1000 + VAT in foal fee.


Aganix du Seigneur as a 6yo: