Corlou PS X Quallity Time X Burggraaf
A fairytale of a jumping foal
Carabas Z is an appealing long-lined jumping foal with an excellent canter. He descends from a mare line that guarantees excellent jumping horses.
Favourable priced because his feet are toed outside. Video on request.
In the mare line we find:
Nirvana V (s. Burggraaf) approved NRPS , SF - 1.60m.
Don Sandrino (s. Sandro Boy) approved KWPN, SINGING - 1.40m.
Galvano H (v. Numero Uno) designated KWPN performance test - 1.45m.
Hidalgo (s. Inshallah de Muze) - 1.40m.
Edition Uno H (s. Numero Uno) - 1.40m.
Kintana H (s. Numero Uno) - 1.45m.
Mother Ischa is a ster, prok, IBOP (spr), D-OC mare by the 1.60 m. classified stallion Quality Time TN (s. Quantum). Under rider Jeroen Dubbeldam he became Dutch champion and won the Grand Prix of San Patrignano.
Grandmother, the Elite EPTM (spr.) mare Atlanta H (v. Burggraaf) brought the international 1.35m. mares Florence (by Quasimodo Z) and Lousiana (by Dakar VDL), the international 1.40m. classified gelding Hidalgo (by Inshallah de Muze). Her daughter Nehallenia (by Carrera VDL) has also found her way to the international competitions and jumps at 1.20m. level. At the mare test in Sleen, Atlanta H was the best of the three-year-old mares with a total of 80 points. She stood out with her athletic canter, good reflexes and very fine use of her body.
Great-grandmother is the keur, preferent, performance mare Paula (s. Damiro). She produced the 1.35 m. jumping horse Unforgettable (s. Peter Pan), the internationally 1.40 m. classified provisionalkeur mare Edition Uno H, the 1.45 m. jumping hors Kantana H and the 1.45 m. jumping stallion Galvano H that was designated for the KWPN performance test, those three horses have the stallion Numero Uno as their father. Paula her brother, the 1.60 m classified stallion Nirvana V (v. Burggraaf) has been approved as a breeding stallion by the NRPS and Selle Français.
Father is the large-framed, well-built stallion Corlou PS, a stallion with an outstanding model, a fantastic bloodline including Cornet Obolensky, Baloubet du Rouet, Chacco Blue, Cento, and Argentinus. In the dam line, we find many Grand Prix show jumpers and approved stallions.
Corlou was the auction topper in "The Collection." After a heated bidding duel, it was ultimately a Dutch bidder who came out on top, ensuring that the stallion remained in the Netherlands.
Grandmother Chacentia herself jumped at the 1.40m level, and her full brother Mick Jagger jumps at the 1.60m level under Santiago Lambre. Great-grandmother and Grand Prix winner Centina (Cento x Argentinus x Sudan xx) jumped at the 1.60m level under Bruce Goodin. Next, we have the mare Argentina. This mare also jumped at the 1.60m level and produced, in addition to the previously mentioned Grand Prix mare Centina, five! international show jumpers, including the 1.60m horses Simba (ridden by Beat Mandli) and Chatinus (ridden by Richard Spooner).
Source: De Wiemselbach