Diamant de Quidam

Born 2013
Bay
168 cm
Old

Price: See Below
Stud: Deckstation Paul Schockemohle

Description

Grand Veneur
Le Tot de Semilly Venue Du Tot
Sire: Diamant De Semilly
Venise Des Cresles Elf 111
Miss des Cresles
Jalisco B
Quidam de Revel Dirka
 Dam: Quaprice
Princessa Pilot
D-Larissa v. Landgraf 1

Price 3 ins $1530 & Agents Fee $296 & GST =Total $2010

Future has origins!

The radiant champion stallion of the OS-licensing in 2015 in Vechta, with a well-proportioned, correct conformation resulting in elasticity and absolutely gifted in terms of his capabilities at the jump.

His sire Diamant de Semilly, Team Word Champion for France with Eric Levallois in 2002 in Jerez and Vice European Champion in 2003, led the WBFSH world ranking of the best show jumping sires in 2015.

Dam sire Quidam de Revel, Team Bronze medalist and fourth in the individual at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona ridden by Hervé Godignon/FRA, and from 1993, ridden by the Danish Thomas Velin, winning Grand Prix’ such as Hanover and Arhus/DEN, also set breeding standards like hardly any other: Ten descendants of Quidam de Revel alone took part in the World Championships in Jerez in 2002.

The Westphalian and Holstein legendary show jumping millionaires, Pilot and Landgraf I, round off this incredible pedigree. The great-grand-dam D-Larissa produced, with Florestan I, the licensed stallion First Grade. The outstanding line 1333, which is native to the island of Fehmarn, produced 25 licensed stallions, including the well-known sire Alibi (DEN), Amboss, Antonio (Holst. breeding association, NED), Bavaro, Caletto’s Son (SUI), Corvinius (private owned, Bavaria), Damsey (private owned Hann.), Lavita (USA), Plesman (NED), Rapallo (private owned Mecklbg.) and Rhode Island (PB Hess.) as well as the internationally successful show jumping horses Balessini (HUN, AUT), Casanova 76/Hauke Luther and Colino 8/Rudolf Könemund.

Diamant de Quidam: explosion of international top genetics!

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