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Sensational breeding mares and exclusive embryo by Aganix du Seigneur!

Thursday, 19 November 2020
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Aganix du Seigneur Aganix: What do you think of an embryo by Aganix du Seigneur out of a Cornet Obolensky mare?

What do you think of breeding mares out of the direct dam-line of World and Olympic Champion Joli Coeur, or the full-sister of a 1.60m showjumper? And it only gets better, as the KWPN also had the opportunity to include an exclusive embryo of Aganix du Seigneur to the collection!

Under the saddle of Jos Lansink, Aganix du Seigneur was very successful in international sport on the highest level until he got injured. Currently he can be seen as a great value for breeding given his strong pedigree, own qualities and convincing offspring. This up and coming foundation stallion is combined with the proven blood of Cornet Obolensky via the mare Kwikzilver. Her dam competed at 1.50m level. This Cantate is a daughter of Cantos. Her oldest offspring, Gracia (by Zirocco Blue VDL) is making a good impression at 1.45m level!

World and Olympic Champion

Joli Coeur Joli Coeur: The blood of the phenomenal Joli Coeur who became the World and Olympic Champion runs through the veins of Doli Coeur Field!

The collection of the second KWPN Online Broodmare & Embryo Auction of 2020 also consists of eleven proven showjumping broodmares. The bidding starts on Friday November 20th. All broodmares are in foal to an interesting stallion and are genetically interesting themselves as well. Like the daughter of Heartbreaker, Doli Coeur Field. Her very first offspring performs at 1.40m level. The pedigree of Doli Coeur Field consists of three 1.60m stallions in a row. Besides Heartbreaker are these Chin Chin and Corland. And to make it complete, she is really closely related to the World and Olympic Champion Joli Coeur of Franke Sloothaak, as her great granddam is the full-sister to this champion horse! She’s now in foal to European Silver medal winner Don VHP Z of Harrie Smolders.

1.60m dam-line

Eloma (s.Indorado) her brother is the 1.60m horse Doraindo. And as her name suspects, she a native of the well-known Loma dam-line! Besides that, she contains the blood of the jumping horse suppliers Indorado, Zeus, and Ahorn. Many 1.60m showjumpers are produced out of her dam-line. 

Next year, Eloma is expecting a foal by the 1.60m stallion Quabri de L’Isle. This son of Kannan is still performing at the highest level and participated in many international championships, like the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

Sired by sensational stallions

Quabri de L’Isle Quabri de L’Isle: The Olympic Quabri de L’Isle has got the looks and the scope! Next year Eloma is expecting a foal of this impressive stallion.

The jumping broodmares out of this collection are expecting foals from Grand Prix stallions like the above mentioned Don VHP Z and Quabri de L’Isle, but also from the Olympic showjumper Hardrock Z, the 1.60m stallions Arezzo VDL and Finishing Touch Wareslage, the French champion and bright star Farzack Des Abbayes, the promising Lay Out, who carries the valuable blood of top stallion Verdi. Verdi competed for 10 years at the highest level and seems to inherit unlimited scope. And Liamant W, the nephew of Explosion W of Ben Maher.

It doesn’t get more interesting, so take your change! The bidding starts Friday November 20th and the auction closes on Monday evening November 23rd from 8.00PM. The KWPN inspector is happy to provide you with more information about the collection. In addition, our sponsor Horses2Fly, can support you in the transport. Questions? Contact the KWPN inspector Wim Versteeg (+31 6-54201800) or Rianka Hazeleger by salespromotion@kwpn.nl and +31 341-255511.



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