Kyton x Fürst Romancier x Oscar
How beautiful and talented do you want them!
Très Beau has it all, the looks, the moves, the talent and a family that proves itself in the dressage sport!
In the mare line we find the super talented and Small Tour classified Lord Platinum (by Ferguson)
Do you see yourself riding at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses? Then take a look at Très Beau!
Mother is the Elite, IBOP-dr. , PROK, D-OC mare Havanta. In 2015 she was invited to participate in the Dutch Mare Championships (NMK). She passed her IBOP test with a total score of 80.5. She scored 4 x the mark 8 for her walk, suppleness, talent as a dressage horse and for her rideability and workability. She received 2 x 8.5 for her trot and posture and balance. Her son O'Roark (by For Ferrero) passed the 2nd viewing of the KWPN stallion selection in 2022.
Grandmother is the Elite, Preferente, IBOP-dr, PROK mare Covanta (s. Oscar). In addition to Havanta, she also produced the Elite, IBOP-dr. D-OC mare Lavanta (s. Guardian S).
Great grandmother is the Elite, Sport-dr. mare Tovanta (s. Jazz). She was entered in the sport at Z2 level and is the dam of Covanta, the dam of the Ster, provisional Keur mare How Pretty Platinum (by Bretton Woods). She in turn is dam of the Light Tour classified Lord Platinum (by Ferguson) who has already made a name for himself in the young horse competitions. He achieved a 5th place at the World Championships for young dressage horses for 5 year olds and a 3rd place in the same year at the PAVO Cup. Lord Platinum seems to have everything for the higher work and shows talent for the piaffe and passage.
In the mare line we also find a variety of highly classified sport horses, including the Small Tour horses Imagine (s. Apache ) and Ventoux (s. Future), but also the Grand Prix show jumpers Javantus (s. Ahorn) - Gerco Schröder (NED) and Chinook (by Verdi) - Greg Patrick Broderick (IRL) as well as the 160m. classified and KWPN approved stallion Renville (by Courville) - Bert Romp (NED).
Kyton son of Ferguson is a Grand Prix horse in the making and plays with his strength and his ability to collect with the difficult exercises. Kyton has already shown his talents in recent years. With Bart Veeze in the saddle, Kyton is one of the most successful stallions of his year. He won three national titles in a row. A unique. In May last year, Kyton won the title in the ZZ-heavy at the NK Dressage. Three months earlier, Bart and Kyton won the KNHS Indoor Championship in the ZZ-light class in Ermelo by force majeure. After top placings in the young horse classes, Kyton added the Hippiade title in Z2 dressage to his impressive list of achievements in 2021. In August last year, Kyton placed among the best 15 horses at the World Championships for young dressage horses in Ermelo.
Kyton is now under the saddle of Dutch rider Edward Gal and in training for a dressage career at the highest level.
Source: Stal Brinkman