Grand sire Pilot, a Westphalian stallion, began an incomparable career as a maker of show jumpers and was the youngest German progeny winnings millionaire. The most notable progeny was PS Priamos, who under Dirk Hafemeister became 1994 team World Champion in The Haugue and with Ludger Beerbaum again became team world champion in Rome in 1998. The dam, state premium mare Whyoming is a full-sister to the renowned sire Willems Ass 11 as well as half-sister of Dupont. Grand dam Peggy is a full-sister of Picasso and half-sister to Foxhunter. Sire Perpignon was runner up in his performance test in 1995 and showed outstanding jumping ability. We went on to compete in competition in 1998 where he won intermediate show jumping classes and placed 10 times out of 13 starts in advanced show jumping. Perpignon made his name as a sire with a very high breeding index for jumping.
Provider, who follows in the footsteps of his sire Perpignon, was runner up at the stallion performance test in 2001. This stallion has a well formed neck and gained average scores in all disciplines, especially in the jumping category. He won a number of showjumper tests in the novice and elementary classes as well as aptitude tests in his first competition sports season in 2002. Here is a very tall stallion bred to both jump and do dressage. His pedigree boasts of some very famous names in both the show jumping and dressage disciplines. He has 2 licensed sons, 4 state premium mares, and 2 auction horses
HLP 2001: 132.48 /2/ ; RI 123.77/6 ; SI 130.86/3
Breeding Index Scores: Dressage (101) Jumping (121)
Riding type (103) Conformation (105)
Dressage (54) Jumping (127)