|Le Tot de Semilly SF|
|Diamant De Semilly SF||Venise Des Cresles SF|
|Sire:||Elvis ter Putte B|
|Ukase ter Putte BWP||Darco B|
|Quinette ter Putte BWP|
|Nabab de Reve BWP|
|Vigo D’Arsouilles BWP||Illico D’Arsouilles BWP|
|Dam:||Geneve de Muze BWP|
|Nelke van het Waterschoot BWP||Latano Holst|
Hearing his name for the first time at the National State Stud, numerous jumping horse breeder became nervous. Participants of the Olympic Games, world champions, winner of Grand Prix’s and Nation Cups, both father and mother line are found in the pedigree of this youngster. This bloodline alternative with so many international successful genes has been discovered on the occasion of the Belgian licensing in Lier. His father is nobody else as Elvis ter Putte, whoms bloodline Diamant De Semilly – Darco – Quidam de Revel combines what a breeder strives for. Looking at Munic Indoors, Valkenswaard, Zandhofen or FEI World Breeding Championship for Young Horses, Elvis ter Putte and his rider Karline de Brabander are no newcomers at this field.
This outstanding athlete was paired with the blood of a – maybe- even more prominent athlete, Vigo D’Arsouilles, worldchampion 2010 with rider Philippe Lejeune and grandfather of Nairobi de Muze. Beside his fantastic sports career this stallion has numerous, equally successful descendants. Vagabond de la Pomme with Penelope Leprevost, Fair Light van T Heike under Edwina Tops- Alexander are no unknown in the sport and compete successfully in S***** tournaments. But that’s not enough! Nairob de Muze’s mother Geneve de Muze restarted competing this year. With her rider Christophe de Brabander the mare was able to place herself international up to 1.45m.
His grandmother Nelke van het Waterschoot, a typful grey mare, equally competed successfully up to 1.60m.
HLP: Stallion Performance Test 50 days Jumping 7.9