Very Flashy Chestnut KWPN Gelding 16.2hh with white jumpers tummy spot 16.2hh. EXTREMELY GOOD JUMPING/VERY GOOD MOVING. 46.8% TB BLOOD – would make an outstanding eventer or jumps good enough for the Grand Prixs! Fully ridden: although he is a high-blood horse he was a good boy and learned quickly and methodically meaning he was backed and riding away nicely inside 4 weeks. Currently has walk/trot and canter and working towards flying changes. Over a fence he is a force to be reckoned with: he has immense scope, great technique, is fast in front, great behind and instinct is to always jump what’s in front of him and leave the poles well alone. He shows everything we look for in selecting those horses that will go onto the top level. He’s gutsy, sharp and has that killer winning streak. For you eventers I really think this is a particularly special one for you; he moves very well, has a great work ethic and digs deep to keep going even when he’s out of reserves. He has excellent conformation with a great ‘open’ gallop to cover the ground efficiently and quickly, and tonnes of TB blood to keep going. Point him at a fence and he’s always jumping – he’s smart and agile enough to work out his own footwork no matter what jump complex you care to throw at him. Extremely well bred: his half brother is already out competing internationally at 1.50m Grand Prix and we sold his other half-sister some years ago who is doing well on the amateur circuit before being used for the owners stud duties. Out of the grandmother comes another international 1.60m Grand Prix showjumper and 2x more horses getting to round II and II of the stallion selections. Throughout this damline I find numerous showjumpers and approved breeding stallions. The sire line is also interesting: Elvaro is the crossing of Calvaro Z (Caletto/Capitol) and Heartbreaker. These bloodlines are, and remain, some of the best performance bloodlines ever known in the history of warmblood breeding.