Poker de Mariposa x Carthago x Voltaire
A top quality large size stallion
Otis W is a strongly built and athletic stallion with a calm and friendly character. He gallops with bounce off the ground. He is a descendant of the well-known and proven KWPN Bryolita damline. In the direct damline we find the 160 jumping horse Zycalin W (Berlin) by Patrick Lemmen and the 150 jumping horse Ermindo W (Singapore) by Rolf-Göran Bengtsson.
Mother Caranka II W Z (Carthago) is a KWPN star, prok mare and she competed up to 120 level until an injury put an early stop to her career. Her sire is Carthago one of the worlds best showjumpers. With his Dutch rider Jos Lansink he won many Grand Prix prices and competed at the Olympic games in 1996 and 2000.
Grandmother Laranka (Voltaire) is the mother of the Elite mare Chiara W Z (Carthago) who is competing at 145 level, Cafino Z (Carthago) who is competing at 150 level and the Preferent mare Caranka W Z (Carthago) who already brought two 130 level jumping horses and the full sister of the mother of Otis W - Caranka II W Z (Carthago).
Poker de Mariposa, the son of the great Nabab de Rêve (Quidam de Revel-Jalisco B) and Ilena de Mariposa (Berlin-For Pleasure), is a one of the most interesting young stallions of this era. Vice-Champion as a 3-year old in 2018 BWP Stallion Show for showjumpers,
Poker de Mariposa has attracted many breeders to use him for their top mares. If Nabab de Rêve has left off-spring such as Vigo D’Arsouilles and Cashmir van Shuttershof to the highest of sport, we can expect his son to follow the same manner. The first crop looks extremely promising when it comes to conformation, movement and character. Two of the foals by Poker de Mariposa reached the prices of 15 and 17 thousand in Ommen and Munster foal auctions.
Damline is also best of quality. Dam of Poker de Mariposa is Ilena de Mariposa, who successfully competes at 155-level. Ilena is a daughter of Flora de Mariposa, one of the best showjumpers in the world and the Team Gold Medalist with Pénélope Léprevost for France in the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro 2016.