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Van Gogh

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Van Gogh was the undisputed KWPN performance test champion of 2005. During the last years no other KWPN stallion has received as many points as Van Gogh at his performance test. This son of Numero Uno was not only rewarded for his great jumping skills but also his fantastic movement.

The dam line of Van Gogh produced several international showjumping and dressage horses. Some examples are the spectacular jumper Der Senaat III (Abdel Said) and the impressive KWPN stallion Charmeur (Emmelie Scholtens). Offspring of Van Gogh are known by their very appealing types, good movements, ride ability and excellent jumping skills.

Out of his first crop of offspring we already find many 1.45m and 1.50m successful international showjumping horses. It is also worth mentioning the 9 year old gelding Cosmo (Van Gogh x Frühling), one of the most talented German dressage horses, who was recently added to the short list for the 2016 Olympics in RIO.

The 2015 show season was a tremendous success for Van Gogh and Marco Kutscher, winning the GCT GP in Valkenswaard, the CSI5* LA Masters GP and the CSI5* Hong Kong GP 2016. These great performances have resulted in this combination being preliminary nominated for the 2016 Olympics in RIO.


Stallion Details

Price
Born
2002
Color
Bay
Height
16.3-1/4 hands
Approved For
Westphalian, Oldenburg, Holsteiner, Hanoverian, Selle Francais, Dutch Warmblood,
Status
Archived
KWPN Performance Test, Ermelo 2004: Walk: 7.5, Trot: 7.0, Canter: 9.5, Take off: 8.5, Technique: 8.5, Scope: 9.0, Jumping ability: 8.5, Total: 65.50, Ranking jumping: 1st, Overall Rank: 1st

KWPN Sport Index, 2008: Reliability breeding value show jumping: 59, Breeding value show jumping: 136

WFFS Status: tested negative (N/N)

Van Gogh : PEDIGREE

Numero Uno Libero H Landgraf I
Oktave
Jolanda Lord Calando
Feinschnit
Movera Bernstein G. Ramiro Z
Alicante H
Govera Burggraff
Vera

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