Goya De Lully CH

1992 16.3 H Swiss Warmblood Stallion

Sired by the legendary International dressage champion Gauguin de Lully, Goya was reserve champion at the 1996 stallion approvals in Avenches, Switzerland. Goya's quality was the result of a world renowned breeding program. He possessed a tremendous topline, powerful fluid movement and displayed exceptional temperament and character. Goya competed at Prix st. Georges.

Goya had suffered a career ending injury in 2006 after which he retired to Sigma Warmbloods in Vilna, Alberta. He had appeared to be coping well, however it was not meant to be. While Sigma Warmbloods is saddened to report this loss, they are comforted that his lineage will continue through the many daughters they have retained.



  • Since 1982 under the saddle of Christine Stückelberger, 94 starts have 66 1st prize, 20 2nd prize and 3 3rd prize, 55 wins in S, 13 wins in Grand Prix and Grand Prix Special, 11 wins in World Cup Kür and 2 victories in finals of the World Cup in Essen in 1987 and sHertogenbosh in 1988. 
  • 1986 Swiss Champion, 1988 Vice Champion in Toronto. Bronze medal at the European Championship at Goodwood in 1987.
  • 1988 Team silver medal at the Seoul Olympic Games and individual bronze medal at the Seoul Olympic Games.
  • 1989 2nd in the final of the World Cup in Gothenburg.
  • 1991 Gauguin was retired from Sport and spent 3 years for breeding in Sweden. Establishment of a deposit of insemination
  • 1993 Departure event at CSIO in Geneva.
  • 1994 Gauguin lives in France in the herd of loose mares ( "back to nature" )
  • 1996 The death of the famous world standard following an aorta crack. He was never sick and without blemish in all his life. He has never been sick or injured throughout his life.