|Quidam de Revel||Dirka|
Just look at this stallion’s pedigree! Quidams Rubin, Quidam de Revel, Jalisco B, Landgraf 1, Furioso 11, Voltaire, Ramiro, Alme, Gotthard…he has it all! Sire of Quaid, Quidams Rubin, was awarded the Main premium (jumping) in Vechta in 2003. In 2004 he became the unchallenged winner of the 70 day test in Neustadt/Dosse. In 2005 five sons from his frist crop of foals were approved for breeding. In 2006 a further five of his sons received the breeding license in Holstein, Hanover, Oldenburg and Westphalia and several of them were also awarded a Premium.
Grand sire, Quidam de Revel, won team bronze and finished 4th individually in the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona. Later he won the Grand Prix of Hanover. He set standards in breeding like practically no other stallion. Ten Quidam de Revel off-spring participated in the 2002 WEG in Jerez in cluding the subsequent team gold winner Dollar de la Pierre. Damsire Voltaire is one of the most famous sons of Furioso 11 whose name is synonymous with jumping breeding. He has influenced Germany’s horse populations as never before by producing offspring for enormously versatile and various purposes. Voltaire had a long career in international showjump ridden by Los Lansink and was among the top jumpers of his time. He passes on his genes in strong fashion and his progeny inherit his ability to perform in both disciplines.
At his performance test Quaid was given 8 character, 8 temperament, 8 willingness, 8 conformation, 6 trot, 7 canter, 7 walk, 7 ridebility, free jumping 9, cross country 9, jumping manner 8, jumping technique 8. He was Reserve jumper champion at his performance test and he presented himself nicely in the basic gaits, and in all parts of jumping he was exceptional. The expectations about this sire with respect to jumper horse breeding are considerable particularly because of his highly interesting bloodlines. He carries some of Europe’s most renowned sires.
In 2009 Quaid confirmed these expectations by gaining the title Federal Champion of 5yo show jumping horses. This stallion loves to jump and he has a super technique and incredible scope. Quaid did not only shine at horse shows in 2009, his first foals displayed brilliant types with well-shaped necks and they impressed with pronounced shoulders and crops. A colt by Quaid became Res. Champion at the Luneburg Elite Championships in Beedenbostel. He had a beautiful face, a fantastic three–part conformation and a captivating type. Another colt was the unbeaten Champion at the Foal Show of the Horse Breeders Club Zeven. He has 8 licensed sons, 20 state premium mares, and 82 auction horses.
HLP 2007: 122.99/5/52; DI 110.49/10; SI 129.85/2
Breeding Value scores: Dressage Young horse (87) Jumping Young horse (130) Highest level achieved (127) Riding Type (99) Conformation (110)
Dressage (69) Jumping (144)