Treasure of Kurona
Las Vegas x Charmeur x Negro
Treasure of Kurona
Treasure of Kurona is a rough diamond for the higher work. She shows enormous potential to collect and transfers her weight to her hindlegs with great ease. Turning a pirouette will be a piece of cake in future.
Treasure of Kurona is related to the brand new World Champion young dressage horses Opoque (by All at Once). In the mare line we find a large number of excellent sport horses and the approved stallions Knock-Out (by Ebony), G-Princeton (by Glamourdale), Blue Hors First Choice (by Jazz), Viking (by Vivaldi) and High Five US (by Charmeur).
The dam is the young Elite, IBOP-dr., PROK, D-OC mare Kurona (by Charmeur). She received eights for her posture, balance, and rideability during her IBOP test.
The grandmother is the provisional keur, preferent, performance mare Turona (by Negro). Besides Kurona, she also produced the Ster, D-OC mare Nurona (by Ferguson), the Elite, Sport-dr., PROK mare Hurona (by Dorado), the Elite, Sport-dr., PROK approved and Small Tour classified mare Gurona (by Charmeur). She also produced the Flemmingh offspring Calva la Cornilliere, which is competed at PSG level by English rider Charlotte Dicker.
The great-grandmother, Elite, Preferent, Performance, PROK approved mare Murona (by Vincent), produced no less than 8 horses competing at Z-level dressage or higher, including the Grand Prix stallion Axel (by Sandreo), who was successful under the French rider Alexander Ayache and is now being competed at Grand Prix level by Estonian rider Grete Püvi-Ayache. Her daughter Vurona (by Negro) is in turn the mother of the approved KWPN stallions High Five US (by Charmeur) and Blue Hors First Choice (by Jazz).
Sire is the spectacular KWPN performance champion and PAVO Cup winner Las Vegas (by Ferdeaux).
Since his approval, the stallion has been piling success on success and at the selection for the World Cup of 6-year-old dressage horses he already showed his enormous talent. What a wonderful combination he is with his rider Emmelie Scholtens and what a power house is this stallion.
Las Vegas qualified again for the World Cup of 7 year old dressage horses andcompeted in the qualification with his temporary rider Hans Peter Minderhout to a very nice 4th place. In the final he he competed in a field with tough competitors to a 9th place.
Winner Final Stallion Competition KWPN Stallion Show with 89 points
Winner Stallion Competition Exloo with 91 points
Winner Stallion Competition Ermelo with 91 points
Winner Stallion Competition Kronenberg with 97 points
Winner Pavo Cup 5-year-old Dressage Horses
W.K. Verden 5 year old Dressage horses 5th place
W.K. Ermelo 6-year-old Dressage horses 4th place
W.K. Ermelo 7-year old Dressage horses 9th place