Tina de Veste V
Must be Gentle x Sheraton x Hamlet
Tina de Veste V
Tina de Veste V comes from the Karla lineage. A mare line that produces a variety of international show jumping horses up to the highest level. Mother is the Elite, IBOP-spr, Sport-Spr. and PROK approved Zanella (by Sheraton). She jumped successfully at 1.30m. level. Her son Dapper V jumped internationally at 1.45m. level. It is possible to purchase Tina together with her mother Zanella. Zanella is in foal to Must be Gentle again for 2024.
Grandmother is the Keur, Performance mare Marieska (by Hamlet). She is a real show jumping horse maker. She brought no fewer than 6 horses that jumped 1.40 m or higher. Her son Rancorrado (by Gran Corrado) jumped very successfully at 1.60m level and was also a participant in the European Championship in Windsor with his Irish rider Cian O'Connor.
In the direct mare line we also find the KWPN approved stallion Jupilot (by Epilot).
Note: In the video Tina her half-brother born in 2019 by Jacadello (s. Cascadello I).
Mother is the Elite, IBOP-spr, Sport-Spr. and PROK approved Zanella (by Sheraton). In her IBOP performance test she recorded a nice total of 81 points. With 3 x the number 8 for her reflexes, technique and talent as a jumping horse, 2 x an 8.5 for her abliltiy and attitude and a 9 for her rideability and workability. She herself jumped successfully at 1.30m. level. To date, she has produced two offspring that jumped at 1.10m level, 1 offspring that jumped at 1.20m level and her son Dapper V jumped internationally at 1.45m. level.
Grandmother is the Keur, Performance mare Marieska (by Hamlet). She is a real show jumping horse maker. She brought no fewer than 6 horses that jumped 1.40 m or higher. Her son Rancorrado (by Gran Corrado) jumped very successfully at 1.60m level and was a participant in the European Championship in Windsor with his Irish rider Cian O'Connor.
A pedigree with 5 international Grand Prix mares
With 5 Grand Prix mares in his pedigree and 1.60m success through 4 generations of his family, Must Be Gentle's reliability is an extremely valuable factor.
There are few stallions like Must Be Gentle that has no fewer than 5 international Grand Prix mares in the first 3 generations of his pedigree.
His mother is the only 9-year-old 5* Grand Prix winner Just be Gentle who, with Philipp Weishaupt, defeated the very best horses in the world in the tough opening Grand Prix of the Longines Global Champions Tour season in Doha.
His grandmothers are Narcotique de Muze II and Be Gentle Verte.
Narcotique de Muze II jumped at the highest level with Eric Lamaze and, in addition to Gaillard de la Pomme, produced 5 more horses that jumped at 1.60m. She is also the grandmother of Vagabond de la Pomme, Sterrehof's Ushi and Heroine de Muze, who is herself the mother of Levis de Muze. Narcotique de Muze II is of course a daughter of the unsurpassed Grand Prix and broodmare Qerly Chin de Muze.
Be Gentle Verte, his maternal grandmother, jumped around the world with Cian O'Connor and Lillie Keenan and finished 6th with Jelmer Hoekstra in the 1.60m Grand Prix of Lons Le Saunier in France. Be Gentle also produced the 1.60m winner Frappant, who won the 4* Grand Prix of Gijon last year with Kevin Gonzalez. Striking is therefore a brother of Just Be Gentle.
Must Be Gentle's third mother is Soulsister, who competed highly and successfully in the sport with Leon Thijssen. Before that sports career, she also produced Man in Black who placed in 1.60m classes with the American Hardin Towell and Zilvana Verte who won 1.60m classes and World Cups in the Far East with Jun Takada and Eric van der Vleuten. Zilvana Verte later became the mother of Emma Augier's 1.60m success horse Diva, who won the 4* Grand Prix of Poznan.
Father Gaillard de la Pomme started his career under Robert Vos and continued it with Wesley Mulder, Meike Zwartjens and Dani G. Waldmann. As a son of Nabab de Reve and the aforementioned Narcotique de Muze II, he is now developing as a sire with offspring such as Fari Play of the American Andrea Hippeau Vogel, the Nations Cup horse G's Fabian of Mohammed Al Hajri and the great Finn Lente who measures the young Argentinian Jose Maria Larocca Jr. ran the Olympic Games in Tokyo, the World Championships in Herning and the Pan-American Games in Peru where he won individual silver.
Source: Stal Knijnenburg