The first dam of Ramona d'O is Jo Jo d’O, one of our broodmares and the dam of Origi d'O. This approved stallion was sold at the age of 3 at the BWP Top Stallion Auction. Origi became the auction topper and moved to Germany for 81,000 euros. Stallion farm Sven Völz became the new owner, and fortunately he also presented Origi at the third phase of the BWP Stallion Selection. There he more than lived up to his expectations. Later, Origi was also approved for the German studbooks Oldenburg, Holstein and Hannover.
The sire of Jo Jo is Toulon, who was ranked fourth in the WBFSH Show Jumping Sire ranking of 2019.
The second dam is Noisette des Vaux, the mother of the approved Hos d'O, who jumped at 1.60 level under the saddle of Harrie Smolders and is now jumping in Canada with Wesley Newlands. Noisette has four male offspring, two of which are approved stallions: Hos d'O and Istacum d'O. In addition, she already has an approved grandson, Jus d'O, out of For a Few Dollars More d'O.
Noisette des Vaux who descends from the famous stallion Cumano (Cassini I) of Jos Lansink. Cumano has dozens of offspring jumping at national and international level. Hos d'O's second dam Altesse Desvaux jumped internationally herself at 1m60 level.
The sire of Ramona d'O is Bamako de Muze, the son of two big names in breeding: Darco and Fragance de Chalus. Fragance is the dam of stallions Mylord Carthago, Norton d'Eole and L'Hermes de Muze. Bamako has showed his talent at international level under saddle of Karline de Brabander. His production is young and full of talent. He is one of the best Sires of young horses in Belgium.
|Bamako de Muze||Darco||Lugano van la Roche|
|Fragance de Chalus||Jalisco B|
|Jo Jo d'O||Toulon||Heartbreaker|
|Noisette des Vaux||Cumano BD|
|Altesse des Vaux|