Third phase BWP stallion approvals brings in three...


Third phase BWP stallion approvals brings in three new stallions

After an excellent third phase of the BWP stallion approvals in Lier, three new, young stallions have received their breeding license. From now on, they will strengthen our stallion collection. Below you will find a short introduction. You can read more about these young stars via their designated page on this website.

Sambucci de Muze

The first is our own breeding product Sambucci de Muze. Sambucci is completely bred according to the De Muze recipe. Sire Scendro has been standing at our stud farm for a few years now and dam Malissa de Muze is a daughter of Vigo d'Arsouilles out of our top mare Cordula de Laubry. Malissa herself is already jumping at 1.50m level with Lorenzo De Luca. We expect a lot from this fine jumping chestnut stallion.

Cavalier Russe Z

Also for Cavalier Russe Z expectations are high. This three-year-old chestnut stallion is a son of living legend Casall. Cavalier Russe's dam Valentina van 't Heike (s. Nabab de Rêve) is equally famous. With Jos Lansink she jumped for years at the highest level and in breeding she already gave birth to horses like Epleaser van 't Heike and Boomer van 't Heike.

Valentino Boy

The third promising stallion is Valentino Boy, an Oldenburger, born in 2018 out of the combination of Vivant (ex-Vivant van de Heffinck) and Carlina IV (ex-R-Corlina, s. Carvallo BB). Sire Vivant himself jumped at five-star level for years and also his offspring is gradually breaking through. Dam Carlina IV was victorious in the World Cup classes of Helsinki and Oslo and finished second in the GP of Aachen. It is the dam line of, among others, the foundation sires Corrado I, Chellano Z and the 1.60m horse Cassiato (s. Concerto II), so Valentino Boy definitely has the genetics to do great things.

Other stallions

Finally we mention that also a 3-year-old son of Matisse de Mariposa (Stan van d'Abdijhoeve), a 5-year-old son of Le Blue Diamond van 't Ruytershof (Quito van den Aard) and two 3-year-old sons of Bamako de Muze (Summer Ter Leydonck and Bluff Ter Doorn Z) were granted a license by BWP. Congratulations to all breeders and owners!

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