**EXCLUSIVE APPROVED BREEDING STALLION/QUALITY & CHARACTER TO GO EASILY IN ANY DIRECTION** Approved for breeding by Holsteiner, DSP and Zangersheide studbooks. Extremely rare bloodline by the world famous stallion Kraque Boom, one of Kevin Stauts’ top Grand Prix jumpers gaining individual gold at the 2009 European Champs for team France, as well as Nations Cup at AARCHEN, Rotterdam and Belgium. His first crop of youngstock was kept closely under wraps, with semen only available to a small select number of approved mares and price by private treaty. As such his genetics is extremely rare. I am delighted to be able to offer you this already approved breeding stallion carrying further genetic excellence down the damline by way of Nebab de Reve and the legendary Heartbreaker, who sadly passed away recently. I cannot stress how interesting this sire line is. With 52% TB blood he would be a very valuable addition to any breeders requiring the addition of more TB blood into their lines, or those selecting for eventing horses. Our boy has been produced slowly and carefully, handled well since the beginning he is extremely mannerly to handle and manage, and ridden work is equally as good. He has been started correctly so works by himself, balanced and in self-carriage with a light snaffle mouth. His flatwork is really very good including the beginning of flying changes. He has been to one baby show where the atmosphere was bustling and high energy. He was a model of good behavior and thoroughly enjoyed himself taking on every fence with so much athleticism and scope that the fences could be a foot bigger and he would have found it just as easy. Indeed, he has so much ability and power the rider said he already feels he is sitting on something special. I cannot wait to see how this horse progresses, when he learns how to flow from fence to fence this horse will be extraordinary I feel. Even at the show he has very little stallion behaviors, and at home he is docile just as most young horses so is a suitable candidate for amateurs with young horse experience. For clients preferring geldings over stallions from a management perspective, then subject to sale the seller will agree to geld. I think this horse has so many possibilities whether it be producing for any of the jumping sports, or breeding, or both, that he should be a serious match for most clients.