Newmarket VM x Cicero z van Paemel x Toulon
The stars are favorable...
Starlight VZ is an athletic large-framed foal with a fantastic canter. He is therefore definitely a promise for the future.
Mother is the young mare New Gladys (s. Cicero Z van Paemel). At the studbook inspection in 2021 she scored no less than 3 x the figure 8 for her jumping, reflexes and power. Starlight VZ is her first offspring.
Grandmother is the Elite, IBOP-jump, PROK-approved mare Gladys (by Toulon). She produced the Ster, provisional Keur mare My Gladys VZ (s. Hennessy) and the Ster, provisional Keur, PROK approved mare New Gladys (by Cicero Z van Paemel. Her first offspring Kadello VZ (s. Cascadello I) has now took the first steps in show jumping.
Great-grandmother is the Holsteiner mare Winona II (s. Landos). In addition to Gladys, she also brought the 1.60m. classified horse High Tea (s. Cento) - Gianluca Apolloni (ITA).
In the mare line we also find the 1.50m. show jumper Chacom ASK (s. Carson ASK), the approved stallion Frontier ASK (by Favorit ASK) and the 1.60m. classified Charret ASK (s. Caretino - Lars N Pedersen (DNK).
Sire is the promising young KWPN stallion Newmarket VM.
The Chacoon Blue son already excelled on all fronts at the KWPN Stallion Inspection and was again well received in the KWPN Performance Test. With a score of 83.5 points, including 8.5s for canter, reflexes, technique and talent as a show jumper, Newmarket VM is one of the most outstanding young stallions.
Sire Chacoon Blue jumped at Grand Prix level under German rider Philip Rüping and excelled from an early age due to his fantastic technique and good reflexes. As a son of Chacco Blue, Chacoon Blue is one of the most interesting and sought-after stallions at Paul Schockemöhle's breeding station. In breeding, the offspring of Chacoon Blue stand out for their excellent jumping and athletic ability; it is not without reason that he already has about fifteen approved sons and his oldest offspring make a good impression in the young horse competitions.
With the blood of top progenitor Numero Uno and the endless scope of great-grandsire Carthago, a strong foundation has been laid in the pedigree of Newmarket VM. Grandsire Numero Uno directly produced many 1.60m show jumpers, but also seems to leave his mark on breeding as a dam's sire.
Newmarket VM goes back to the well-known Nomana line – traditionally one of the most successful lines in the Netherlands, including the Darco line. The dam line of Newmarket VM also produced the 1.60m show jumpers It's the Business by Geoff Glazzard, Opium 2 by Katharina Offel and Van Schijndel's Now or Never by Piet Raijmakers, as well as Team Nijhof's own foundation stallion Zambesi TN.
The Chacoon Blue son Newmarket VM seems suitable for many different mares in breeding. He stands out because of his appealing and very correct exterior. Newmarket VM has a nice front, a good topline and a strong foundation. In the KWPN performance test he stood out because of his good attitude and excellent rideability. In addition, he has a lot of balance in the canter and jumps in the same way time and time again. Newmarkt VM was praised for his good use of the body and excellent foreleg technique, combined with scope and overview.
Source: Team Nijhof