Highlander 10th place in the CSI4* Grand Prix 1.55m Saugerties

On July 31, 2021, Highlander MVF (Numero UnoxDitty Dante C) started in the CSI4* Grand Prix of Saugerties (New York) with his rider Heather Caristo-Williams. With only one pole down in the 1.55m he won the 10th prize and earned over 4,000 USD. He has never jumped at 1.55m level and there were 2 vertical oxers of 1.60m in the course. Proud breeder!
Photography by ESI

Ditty Dante C becomes Prestatie – 3 Prestatie mares in a row

On Saturday 3 July 2021 we did receive the prestatie/performance predicate for Ditty Dante C (VinginoxLupicorxRamiro). She is now Elite Prestatie IBOP PROK. The performance predicate is given to mares that have high-level offspring competing in sport. Ditty got her predicate at a very young age (she is now 13 years old) because of her son Highlander C (9 years – KWPN approved stallion – 1.50m jumping international) and her son Jayblue Citty C (7 years – 1.30m jumping international). With Ditty Dante C as prestatie mare, we now have 3 performance mares in a row: Citty (Preferent Prestatie) – Witty Luterra C (Star Preferent Prestatie PROK) – Ditty Dante C (Elite Prestatie PROK IBOP). These 3 mares have given 10 international showjumpers who jump at 1.40m, 1.50m or 1.60m level.

Highlander placed 5th in Grand Prix Saugerties (NY) USA

On Saturday June 5th 2021 Highlander C (Numero UnoxVinginoxLupicor) was placed 5th in the CSI2* Grand Prix in Saugerties (NY) USA. He earned 3.000 USD for his rider Heather Caristo-Williams.

Incitty C jumping at CSI* De Peelbergen

Incitty C (Chacco BluexLupicor) was jumping on May 29th 2021 at the CSI* competition at Peelbergen. He jumped great and was placed for the Grand Prix finals.

Catan Citty CZ in VSN Auction end March

Catan Citty CZ (Chacoon BluexLupicor) – bred by us – has already shown himself during the KWPN stallion inspection in December 2020. In March 2021 he will be auctioned via VSN Auction. Catan is a son of Witty Luterra C and was sold as a foal during the Limburg Foal Auction

For Motion C/Freedom hunter in the USA

The Wizzerd offspring from Original J, bred by us, has been very successful as a hunter in America since 2018. He has won many hunter shows or was placed in the top 3. He has also won important hunter competitions. He is now owned by his new rider Samantha Chody.

Jayblue Citty C performed at his first international shows

Jayblue Citty C (Zirocco BluexVingino) has made his international debut in show jumping in Denmark. In the meantime he has already participated in 2 CSI competitions in the 1.30m. He recently competed in a regional show in 1.20m, where he finished second out of 69 combinations with his rider Emma Rasmussen.

Citty belongs to 11 mares with 3-4 Grand Prix offspring

The new KWPN Magazine was published in May 2020. In this magazine attention was paid to the few mares who have given 3 or 4 Grand Prix jumpers or Grand Prix dressage horses. All mares are listed in the overview. In this overview we also see our Preferent Performance broodmare Citty (RamiroxJoostxAbgar). 11 of these mares have given 3 to 4 Grand Prix show jumpers. Citty has brought 3 Grand Prix show jumpers: Sitty/Starlet (Monaco), Ucitty (Nijinski) and Cincitty C (Numero Uno). In addition, Citty and her daughters have given several high-level jumping horses and approved stallions.

Parmante Citty C is born

On April 28 2020, Elite mare Libren Citty C (BerlinxPlacidoxRamiroxJoostxAgbar) gave us a filly by Hardrock Z (HeartbreakerxCarthago). Hardrock Z himself jumped Grand Prix at the Olympic Games and the World Cup. The ideal combination of the Heartbreaker and Berlin blood has been brought together in this filly.
The foal has been given the name Parmante Citty C and is sold to a Czech Grand Prix stable. She goes to the same stable as her now 2-year-old and promising niece Niene Citty C (UntouchablexKannanxLupicor).

Jayblue Citty C new owner and future in eventing

Jayblue Citty C (Zirocco BluexVingino) is since several months owned by a 16-year-old Danish rider. She has ridden international eventing competitions with her pony in the past and she hopes to be able to start in this discipline with Jayblue. This is not possible at this moment due to the Covid-19 measures, but they are already in training.