|Quidam de Revel||Dirka|
|Fille d’Espoir||Plein d’Espoir|
|Orange de Norville|
|Quine de Mai|
Price Semen 3 ins. $1836 & Agents Fee $426 & GST = Total $2490
Grand Prix winner with the best Selle Francais genetics
With victories in the Grand Prix of Opglabbeek/BEL and Neustadt/D., a third place in the Grand Prix of Neumünster, which was also the final of the Riders Tour, and a fourth place in the Nations Cup of Prague/SZE, Varihoka du Temple continued his career impressively with his rider Patrick Stühlmeyer. Previously, he had catapulted himself into the top league with victories and placings in high-profile show jumping competitions in Stuttgart/GER, Oldenburg/GER, Neumünster/GER, Dortmund/GER, Leipzig/GER, Hamburg/GER, Paderborn/GER, Herning/DEN, Arnhem/NED, Kronenberg/NED and Zandhoven/BEL.
His first crop of foals exceeded the high expectations.
Varihoka du Temple was approved for breeding in France. He successfully started competing in 2015 in the international Youngster Tour. From 2016, he won international youngster competitions. He also achieved numerous placings, including a fifth place at the Munich Championships, a third place in the qualifier for the Grand Prix of Herning/DEN, a sixth place in the final of the Medium Tour in Münster and second place in Verden.
His sire is the Quidam de Revel son Luigi d’Amaury, who won over 100,000 Euros in international sport. In addition to Varihoka du Temple, his son Ultrachic du Temple, who was successful in sport, was also licensed.
His dam Narihoka d’Halong also produced the international show jumpers Rikann Sauvage (by Lando), Toulon Sauvage (by Toulon) and Sucre Blue Sauvage (by Mr. Blue).
His dam’s sire Kannan produced the Individual Olympic Champion and double World Cup final silver medallist Nino des Buissonnets/Steve Guerdat/SUI. From 2010 to 2017, he was one of the top ten sires and is currently 21st of the WBFSH ranking of the world’s best show jumping sires. Ridden by Michel Hécart, Kannan was part of the French Team that won the Samsung Super League in 2003 and 2004. He was also gold medallist at the French Championships in 2005.
The third sire Laeken also produced Champion Du Lys (team gold medallist at the European Championships and Vice German Champion with Ludger Beerbaum), won the final ranking of the Riders Tour and collected over one million euros in prize money.
The Anglo-Arab In Chala AA appears in the fourth generation of the pedigree.
Varihoka du Temple’s foals inspire