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Heart, respect, technique and scope at an optimum
A talent of special class: sporty conformation, top bascule, fast reflexes and a great attitude. At his stallion performance test in 2018 in Adelheidsdorf, Clear Heart convincingly demonstrated his amazing potential with scores up to 9.5. With a final score of 8.63 with a focus on show-jumping, he was placed amongst the best against strong competition.
His sire, Clarimo, whose pedigree combines the performance genes of Capitol I and Caletto II with those of the mares Wisma and Wodka, has won the Grand Prix of Falsterbo/SWE and the Nations’ Cup of Rotterdam/NED with Rolf-Göran Bengtsson/SWE. He was also highly placed in Verona/ITA, Lyon/FRA, Rome/ITA, Paris/FRA and ‘s-Hertogenbosch/NED. The numerous successful descendants of Clarimo include Chardonnay, sixth at the World Championship with Max Kühner/AUT, another Tryon/USA participant Bardolina/Mario Deslauries/CAN and the eventing German Champion, Costbar. 13 of his sons have been licensed, among them Cielito Lindo/Max Kühner/AUT, winner of the Munich Championships and of the Grand-Prix in Budapest/HUN.
His dam Valarnike is the half-sister of Widney (by Sidney), licensed stallion and successful up to advanced (S) level, and produced Brisbeen (by C-Indoctro), who was successful in show-jumping at advanced level.
His dam sire Heartbreaker, who was very successful in Grand-Prix competitions and Nations’ Cups with Peter Geerink/NED, also belongs to the great masters of breeding. From 2009 to 2015, he was in the top ten of the best show-jumping sires in the world in the WBFSH ranking. In 2009, he was awarded, in the Netherlands, the highest award “preferent”. In 2016, he was named “KWPN Horse of the Year.” In Belgium, he is listed as “Ambassador”. His licensed sons Action-Breaker, Orlando, Untouchable Z, Doré van’t Zorgvliet, Quasimodo vd Molendreef, Vancouver, Toulon and Bertram Allen’s/IRL Romanov II, who won the Grand Prix of Dortmund/GER, La Baule/FRA and Paris/FRA and the World Cup in Bordeaux/FRA in one season, also have a huge influence on show-jumping breeding. His grand dam Ralarnike is the half-sister of the licensed stallion Cidane (by Heartbreaker) and competed under her sport’s name Audi’s Reflection in show-jumping up to 1.60m.
In the third generation is Monaco, by the Olympic horse Animo, who produced numerous exceptional sport horses such as Uutje/Alvaro Alfonso Miranda Neto/ESP, Sundance/Amke Stroman and Monolino/Daniel Heuer. With Ramiro appears the most important representative of the valuable Ramzes AA blood, who has left his mark in almost all show-jumping horse breeds worldwide. He was the first Holsteiner to prove himself in sport and was internationally successful with Fritz Ligges.
From Clear Heart’s bloodline, which comes from the Netherlands, also descend the stallions Kazan and Valent as well as numerous internationally successful show-jumping horses.
Clear Heart: Show-jumping star of the future with Dutch roots