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Kasanova de la Pomme (Archived)


Kasanova de la Pomme was awarded Champion of the Belgian Warmblood Stallion Licensing in 2013.  He has the finest jumping genetics and impressed the judges and crowd with an excellent show and his powerful movement.

Kasanova de la Pomme presents himself as athletic and maintains a good side image. Kasanova de la Pomme was also promising in the German showjumping arena. With Martin Wißenbach in 2015, Kasanova won in class M showjumping test. In the Belgian stallion competition Kasanova presented himself excellently under the saddle and the feedback report awarded him with the best rideability while noting his talented light-footedness and jumping skill.

His sire Bamako de Muze inherited his jumping genes from the towering Darco, as well as, from his dam Fragance de Chalus. Fragance de Chalus was internationally successful in jumping and is also the dam of Mylord Carthago and Norton d'Eole.

Bamako de Muze himself was highly successful in showjumping tests for young horses and is now on the international track with Karlien de Brabander. The mother of Kasanova de la Pomme, Everlychin de la Pomme, was Belgian vice-champion at the six-year-old showjumpers in Gésves and is currently successful in the USA under Shane Sweetham. She was again rated by the Belgain Warmblood Association in 2012 in the USA and received the highest score ever awarded in the United States. Grand dam, Werly Chin de Muze, also has international successes in sport and offspring.

Stallion Details

16.2 hands
Approved For
Belgian, German Sport Horse
WFFS Status: tested non-carrier (N/N)

Kasanova de la Pomme : PEDIGREE

Bamako de Muze Darco Lugano van la Roche
Fragance de Chalus Jalisco B
Everylychin de la Pomme Malito de Reve Cumano
Dira Courcelle
Werly Chin de Muze Nabab de Reve
Qerly Chin

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