This chestnut stallion has a magnetic character and appearance and it resulted in him as the absolute eyecatcher at his licensing in Den Bosch. After his approval, Charmeur did a superior stallion test in 2010 where he came out as the clear winner. His sporting career has been hard to beat. At 4 years-old he was winner of the 2011 Dutch Pavo Cup, and the following year, he repeated that success and won the Pavo Cup again. At the 2012 World Championships for Young Dressage Horses, he achieved a very good 5th Place. In 2013 as a 6 year-old, he won the Stallion Championships in Den Bosch scoring a 10.0 for both the trot and canter.
The reasons for the success are no accident. Looking at his pedigree, his father Florencio I was twice the winner of the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses. Also his dam's sire Jazz is one of the most successful dressage horse in the world and has sired many successful offspring. Charmeur's foals speak for themselves. In 2011 and 2012, many foals won regional championships and caught maximum prices at their foal auctions.
Charmeur has been called the 'Multi Champion from Holland' and the following list of accomplishments explains why:
2010 Winner stallion performance test
2011 Winner Pavo Cup 4-year old dressage horses
2012 Winner Pavo Cup 5-year old dressage horses
2012 5th. Place at World Championships for Young Dressage Horses
2013 Winner Stallion Competition (10.0 for trot and canter)
2015 Dressage/CDI4*Int I - Intermediate I - 3rd place
2015 Dressage/CDI4*/PSG - Prix St. Georges - 6th place
- 17 hands
- Approved For
- Dutch, Oldenburg, Hanoverian, Bavarian, and Rheinlander
- WFFS Status: tested negative (N/N)
Charmeur : PEDIGREE