Indian Rock x Netto x Lord Leatherdale
Tommy has everything it takes to become a Grand Prix horse. Three excellent gaits, a top fine character with lots of willingness to work, and a pedigree that passes on the talent for piaffe and passage.
A rising star for the ambitious rider!
We estimate Tommy's expected final height to be around 1.72 - 1.74m.
Mother is the PROK-approved mare Kyra, bred by Van Olst Horses. She is a descendant of the Grand Prix stallion Netto (s. Negro). Netto is an outstanding piaffe and passage performer! Kyra is saddle broken and behaves well under saddle. Up to now, she has only been used for breeding. Tommy is her 3rd offspring.
Grandmother is the Elite, Preferent, Performance, D-OC mare Cinderella (s. Lord Leatherdale), who is also the dam of the ZZ-Light classified horse Hatsikidee (s. Charmeur), the 1.30m showjumping horse Hella (sired by Dynamo), the Star stallion O'Neill JT (sired by Diëgo), the Star gelding Laptop (s. George Cloony), the 2nd round viewing stallion Princeville JT (s. Kjento), and the NRPS-approved international Grand Prix stallion Don Joe (s. Diëgo) - Charlotte Fry (GB).
Great-grandmother is the Preferent mare Printses (s. Almox Prints). Besides Cinderella, she produced the Star stallion Uranium (s. Democraat), the Sport-dr. and Z2 classified mare Hinderella B.P. (s. Chippendale), and the 2nd round viewing stallion King of the Galaxie van het Anserland (s. Galaxie).
Father Indian Rock (Apache x Vivaldi) was the champion of the KWPN Stallion Show 2016. He is a well developed stallion with a lot of presence with a reliable and friendly character.
With his rider Emmelie Scholtens, he was the best-performing Dutch combination at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses 2018, finishing in ninth place with 8.74 points, including a score of 9.5 for his canter. In the same year, he placed second in the PAVO Cup.
In September 2020, Emmelie made a dream debut with Indian Rock in the Prix St. Georges, winning by a large margin with a top score of 76.10%.
During the online presentation of the KWPN Stallion Show 2021, he was praised for his tremendous aptitude for passage and piaffe.
"If that doesn't deserve tens, I don't know what does," said Monique Peutz, who provided commentary on the stallions.
In May 2021, Indian Rock made his international small tour debut at CDI Exloo. On Wednesday, he won the CDI3* Prix St. Georges with nearly 74%. On Thursday, he claimed victory in the CDI3* FEI Inter I test with an impressive 76.9%.
In September 2021, Emmelie and Indian Rock achieved a new personal record and finished in third place in the Prix St. Georges at CHIO AACHEN.
The offspring of Indian Rock are also making their mark. At the VWF Princes' Dressage Address in Delft, the winner, "NACHO B," was a descendant of Indian Rock, and second place went to "NASHVILLE" by Indian Rock.
At the HK OLDENBURG 2021, the champion stallion "Incredible" was a descendant of Indian Rock x For Romance I!
The foals of Indian Rock have beautiful long lines and move with lightness, balance, and technique.