Ogano Bay | BWP (Belgien) | *2012 | 176 cm / 17 hands 1 ½
Willy Hendrix, Belgium


Ogano Sitte Darco Lugano van La Roche Lugano I
Ocoucha Codex
Ialta Sitte Avontuur Jasper
Insel Sitte Major de la Cour
Gute Sitte
Jamaica v.d. Beemden Diarado Diamant De Semilly Le Tot de Semilly
Venise des Cresles
Roxette I Corrado I
Kimberly III
Harmonie XXXI Cantus Caletto I
Asta Ahorn Z



Ogano is one of our greatest young hopes - an extremly modern young stallion with excellent riding quality.

In 2018, he built on the success of the year before. He won the Young Jumper Competition class M (1.30 m) at Höven with 8.7. At Ganderkesee, he won two more classes with extraordinary marks. In May, Ogano was highly placed in a 1.35 m jumping class and qualified for the "Bundeschampionat" of the six-year-old jumpers. Unfortunately, he could not compete as he is a Belgian and not a German warmblood.

In 2017, Ogano finished his stallion sport test as best five-year-old with an extraordinary final score of 9.2. He shined with a 10.0 for his scope and his jumping manners received a 9.5.

He finished runner-up at his first show, second only to his neighbour, Casino Grande.

Oganos first crop of offspring was so extraordinary that he became Main Premium winner of the Oldenburg stallion-days.


Ogano's sire Ogano Sitte is one of the most famous sons of Darco. He was internationally very successful with Philippe Lejune. One of the greatest successes was his win in the Grand Prix of Naples. Currently, Ogano Sitte is one of the best young sires of Belgium. He was, for example, the sire with the most offspring at the French national championship.

Ogano Sitte's dam Ialta Sitte was internationally successful in big show jumping competitions herself. His granddam Gute Sitte was part of the bronze-winning-team (Belgium) of the Olympic Games 1976 in Montreal. To name the most successful descendants of Ogano Sitte, there are Aganix du Seigneur (Jos Lansink), Ikker (Olivier Philippaerts) and Gaudi (Marcus Ehning and Ludger Beerbaum).

Ogano's dam sire Diarado was winner of the Holstein licensing as well as winner of the stallion performance test, he is successful in 1.50 m show. To date, there are more than 60 licensed sons of Diarado.

The grand dam Harmonie XXXI by Cantus is the full sister to the approved and successful jumping horse Cyrano, ridden by Gerd Sosath, and the sport horse Capitano.

This damline also produced Calato's Boy (1.50 m), Clearwater (int. 1.60 m), the licensed Le Quidam (int. 1.50 m), the licensed Caressini (int. 1.50 m), Al Capone (int. 1.50 m), Celentano (int. 1.45 m) and Concorde (1.40 m) as well as many licensed stallion like Carnando.

Licensed for

Oldenburg-International, Oldenburg, Holstein, Hanover, southern German associations, other breeding associations on demand.





Ogano at the stallion show on 10/02/2018.


Ogano at the stallion show on 11/02/2017.


Ogano at Breeders' Advent on 02/12/2016.


Ogano at the Open Day on 26/03/2016.


Ogano at the stallion show on 13/02/2016.


Ogano at the Oldenburger stallion days in 2014.


Father Ogano Sitte with Dominique Hendrix in Hickstead.


In 2017, he became Main Premium winner. He was awarded due to his exceptional first offspring and his great performance.

Ogano's first foals convince as very mordern and long-legged.

In occasion of the evaluation of Ogano's first foals, the Oldenburg licensing commissioner Dr. Evelin Schlotmann described his foals as follows:
"So many very good foals on the end ring. (...) We think this was a very convincing opening. Foals that are were well built, long-legged, with a harmonic exterior (...). Eleven foals on the end ring - we do not have this often. With correct foundation (...), obviously, this stallion improves. All foals had an absolutely active hindleg in the trot and are fitted with very much activity and dynamic, (...) all are built up-hill. These foals all convinced with their canter, and that really excited us. Beautiful types, easygoing, a modern jumping sire, as we desire."

He already sired the jumping-stressed winner of the 9th Lemwerder foal championship. The colt was bred by Siegfried Rempe, Garrel (Germany). Egbert Schep from the Netherlands commented on the winner as "very modern, refined type, a top model".

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