Category Archives: Showjumping

This is the competitive sport of riding horses over a series of fences or hurdles in an arena, with competitors judged on their speed and accuracy around the course.


Talented jumping youngster by Zilverstar T x v.Concorde


Concorde breeding and good looks with real talent and undeniable good looks. A 5 year old show jumper for sale stabled in East Sussex.

16.1hh grey 5 year old gelding by Zilverstar T (Berlin) x Concorde 

This stunning young jumper for sale on Horse Scout is by Zilversar T has completed a sunshine tour and his producer, Louis Simmons, (see the professional producer and riders page on Horse Scout)  a prolific and reliable producer, describes this horse as brave and careful; two pre requisite for a successful partnership.
Louis says this horse has been working easily and correctly on the flat and is a promising future star on the competition circuit.
His bloodlines have created a well made jumping horse who is finding his job effortless and his bold approach is taking him well over fences.
A happy horse, easy to do stands well for the farrier and to be clipped, hacks out and makes your life easy by walking onto the lorry.
Zilversat T is a grand prix jumping stallion who took his place in the Olympic Arena this year and his jumping successes this year show just what a talented horse he is:
  •  Glock International Show Jumping  Glock’s Grand Prix 1.60m  – 4th
  •  Jumping Bourg en Bresse  Grand Prix de la ville de Bourg en Bresse 1.60m – 3rd
  •  Global Champions Tour  GNP Seguros 1.50m – 1st
  •  Global Champions Tour   American Invitational 1.55m -3rd
  •  CHI Al Shaqab  Grand Prix 1.60m – 5th
  •  VR Classics Performance Sales International 1.50m – 6th
  • Prestige Cup Zilveren Spoor Class 58 1.40m – 2nd

Concorde is a double purity for talent on his Dams side for three years Concorde has been listed as the stallion at stud with the most  offspring  at World Breeding Championships for young horses. Making this young horse for sale a popular choice…and with good reason. Concorde is a stallion who is also very popular with other Horse Scout profiled professional producers.  Aaron Millar likes a horse with Concerned Breeding (see Horse Scout blog here)

Horse Scout hosts some of the top breeders and producers in the UK and internationally.  If you are looking for a Horse for Sale Horse Scout is undoubtedly the place to start.



Vivendi Time – A successful young jumping mare with scope.


Jumping Mare already taking significant ribbons: 2015 Millstreet 4yr Discovery Reserve Champion and, this year, 2016 Millstreet 5yr Old Finalist

For Sale on Horse Scout

Home bred 5 year old jumping mare with a respectable purse of over £300 and recent 5* vetting. She currently jumping 1.25m and her Irish breeders andante producers have lightly competed her through 4  and 5 year old classes.  She has the scope to easily step up into 1,30m classes and they are confident of her ability to come through very well as a six year old.

This attractive mare shows a ‘will do’ attitude to her work and has shown herself as careful and very genuine with lots of scope to progress in the years ahead.  She will make someone a wonderful competition prospect for the coming season.

She is expected to make 16hh so would be suitable for the smaller rider looking for a genuine jumping horse for sale.

Vivendi Time certainly has the performance breeding to back her obvious breeding:

Her Sire is Ars Vendi (Accord II) and her dam is by Trytime, (v. Numero Uno, World Ranked top 10 sires for 10 years) a very successful sire in the Irish Jumping scene who only covered 50 mares.

You will find Vivendi Time here on the Horse Scout Horses for sale pages.  or you can contact this reliable show jumping breeder and producer on his profile page on Horse Scout by using this link.

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horse scout talks to eoin gallagher international horse producer

Eoin Gallagher, Irish international show jumper, 29, Lincoln


Eoin Gallagher, The Irish international show jumper, based in Lincoln talks to Horse Scout about producing top class young horses and his dream to ride for his country.

How did you get into show jumping?

I’m actually not from an equestrian background at all… Born in County Down, I’m from a Gaelic footballing family, but as I was seriously ill with meningitis when I was seven, I was too weak to play. My next door neighbour went to pony lessons so I ended up tagging along. One day he stopped going. I never did…

What are your biggest achievements since then?

As a Junior I managed to get on a few trips to England with some good results, then a bursary to train with Stephen Hadley followed on from that. I was National Inter Varsity champion in Ireland when I attended Ulster university, before securing a full-time job with Dermott Lennon.

This year I had a couple of 2nds at a CSI 3-star show in Lanaken, Belgium, with Corbeagh Luxor in the 1.45m classes. More recently I have won a few 1.40m classes on the national circuit with horses I have produced from a young age.

Tell us about Corbeagh Luxor

He’s an 11-year-old, 16.2hh gelding — Irish bred (Corbeagh Vella x Lux Z (KWPN)).

I only began riding him this year and had some of the best results after just two months. He is scopey but like many Irish, easy to ride. Due to the success at Lanaken and various placings, he’s just been sold. I’m disappointed to no longer be able to compete him but he has a promising future with his new owners.

So you prefer riding Irish-bred horses?

Most Irish horses are fun and straight forward.

Some of the Continentals are more talented but take more figuring out to get better results.

So do you breed and if so what? 

I just started breeding with my mare Loughview Diamond Lux (half sister to Loughview Lou Lou) as she unfortunately got injured earlier in the year. I picked the stallion Action Breaker (son of Heartbreaker) — a KWPN. I chose Action Breaker as I was very impressed by his jumping technique, his attitude and rideability. His qualities compliment my mares very well.

Tell us about some of your other horses.

Lord Luidam is an 8-year old, 16.3hh gelding (Luidam x Northern Madera) who belongs to my wife. We’ve had him since he was five, and this year he stepped up to 1.40m classes, winning the Nottinghamshire County Show in May.

Illustro De Laubry is an 8-year-old, 16.2hh gelding (Beverly VD Heffinck out of Uganda De Laubry x Darco) who I ride for Sophie Marsh and her family and is jumping up to 1.30m.

Laroc is a 7-year-old German-bred gelding, also owned by the Marsh family. I’ve only had him for six months and I’m producing him slowly, giving him time to mature. He won a 1.30m class at Messingham Show recently.

Finally, Quontum, an 8-year-old gelding owned by Melanie Davison, is here for the summer.

What is your goal this year and beyond?

Longterm it’s every rider’s goal to ride for their country and if that opportunity arises I’ll grab it.

I’ve never really had any long-term campaigners at a higher level because the 8-year-olds get sold on and I’ve always had slightly younger (5,6,7 year olds) to produce.

For now, I’ll continue to build a strong team of horses and maintain good relationships with their owners to help keep moving the business forward.

You’ve have a lot of experience training young horses — any tips?

Be patient! It’s very easy to get disillusioned as they can be challenging and keep you guessing. When I was younger I was guilty of thinking of the next show and not thinking about a year down the line… I guess I’ve grown to learn it’s not always about tomorrow but the longterm, particularly with the young ones. In terms of their weekly schedule, like any of my horses they get a day off every week and turnout every day in the paddock. More time (eg three sessions a week) will be spent on flatwork than jumping and I find lunging on the pessoa can help too.

Do you train with someone?

Not often enough. If I am struggling with something, I’ll go to Dermot Lennon.

He helped me last summer and a couple of little things made a huge difference. By letting his head down a bit and lengthening and shortening the trot and canter, the horse gained more strength and started working better.

What are your top tips for buying a show jumper?

Don’t make any rash decisions and, if you are not sure, ask someone you respect.

A lot of riders are confident in their own ability and think they can make a horse better, but it’s easier to have a good horse and let it teach you, than try to make a bad one into a good one.

What’s the best tip you’ve ever been given?

If you always do what you always did you always get what you always got.

I think that applies to life, not just horses.

Another good bit of advice, I think by 2006 World Champion Jos Lansink, is that when things go wrong go back to the basics.

Who else has inspired you?

Growing up… Eddie Macken, who is retired now.

More recently, Scott Brash has been an inspiration to whole industry — someone the same age as me beating the guys who have been around for generations…

I also admire John Whitaker at the highest level.

Why Horse Scout?

I liked it from the moment I saw it. It’s great that there is somewhere that targets more elite horse sales and the social/connections side of Horse Scout is so different from any other equestrian website — it’s cool that someone has finally thought outside the box!

Interview by Sam Lewis

How Horse Scout Connects You  To The Best.

Horse Scout is dedicated to Sharing information about its professionals and the quality stallions listed at stud.

If you would like to find out more about Eoin Gallagher, international Show jumper based in Lincolnshire, then take a look at his professional profile page on Horse Scout. Eoin Gallagher is based at his training yard “Glebe Farm” in Lincolnshire.

Listed on the Horse Scout Horses For Sale pages he has two fabulous competition horses for sale, one of whom Illustro de Laubry  is a Belgian Warmblood has already won several fox hunter classes and qualified for Newcomers, who also has Darco breeding, is by Bently Van De  Heffinck listed on our Stallions at Stud pages by The Stallion Company. We have a blog about Bentley Van De Hefflink which you can read here.

His second horse listed Lord Luidam, a star in the making this horse is already competing at Grand Prix. Eoin has produced him since he was five and is justifiably proud of this lovely horse.

Horse Scout is dedicated to spreading the word about quality breeding and its professional producers.  Sharing links to siblings is a key feature on our website, for instance Lord Luidam has a sibling competing at 1.40m in Romsey campaigned by professional competition rider Tegan Jones.


Heartbreaker sibling connections on Horse Scout


Bently Van de Heffinck and his son, Heartbreaker, have a great number of sibling connections on Horse Scout.

Modern Jumping Stallions listed on Horse Scout

 Bently Van de Heffinczk’s son Heartbreaker is ranked 6th in the WBSFH Showjumping stallions  2015 and we have several of their progeny listed on the Horse Scout Horses For Sale pages.

Owned by The Stallion Company this stunning 16.3hh bay stallion Bently Van De Heffinck combines the best of modern jump breeding.  His sire line is through Darco and Clinton with Heartbreaker, the classic modern stallion, producing the enormously successful stallion Cornet Obolensky.  Gently Van de Huffinck has already produced a crop of impressive French and Belgian champions.

He not only passes on his talent and powerful conformation but also it is apparently that his youngsters are mentally well able to cope with the pressures of top competition.

Listed by The Stallion Company on Horse Scouts Stallion Listings pages Bently Van De Heffinczk has progeny on Horse Scouts for sale pages

Heartbreaker sibling connections and also horses for sale.

A talented KWPN/Belgian jumping mare who is ready to affiliate can be seen in Ifield with professional producer Elliot Rowe who also has a number of other horses for sale.

Orlando Stallion by Heartbreaker, listed as a Stallion at Stud on Horse Scout; a successful stallion in his own right with proven competition stock. This  copy powerful young stallion has a very reasonably priced fee. Standing with The Stallion Company along side his sibling  HSF Valantino who was hugely successful as a four and five year old, but who, after moving to USA has since died.  British breeders are given the opportunity to take advantage of a limited stock of his semen through The Stallion Company

Another Heartbreaker Stallion Temple Tamability stands for Jack Hopson in Northaw in Nottinghamshire as a Breeders Elite SEIS Stallion was voted by the KWPN as their 2015 Horse Of The Year and is one of the highest ranking stallion in Holland and Belgium.  Not only is he hugely successful on the international circuit but his progeny are also very successful.

Horses for Sale by Heartbreaker listed on Horse Scout

 Broodmare for sale by Heartbreaker  – Zeth A , and also  a lovely young horse with a lot of talent to show is for sale in East Sussex with Elliot Rowe.


Horse Scout invests in star show jumpers


Horse Scout, which has secured global investment to further develop its innovative equestrian social network platform and help riders boost their professional careers, is to sponsor the next round of young show jumpers on the British Showjumping and Haddon Training Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence (AASE) programme in its mission to nurture future Olympic stars.

Applications for the 2016/17 AASE programme open at the end of July and those accepted will have the opportunity to be coached and trained by some of the top sporting coaches and experts in the UK including Heike Holstein (flatwork) and Andrew Saywell (jumping).

The programme also gives participants (age 16-19) access to experts that focus on them as an athlete: a physiotherapist to help reduce imbalances and weaknesses, a dietitian to advise on nutrition, and a media trainer who can help develop communication skills.

Aimed at developing and preparing talented young upcoming athletes at the top of their game, the AASE programme provides training and education for those who have a real chance of excelling in their sport and competing at European and Olympic level.

The AASE programme also develops the riders into young professionals within the sport with many progressing to start and run their own businesses.

Haddon Training has delivered AASE for British Showjumping since 2013 with 100 young riders completing the 12-15-month programme which culminates in a Level 3 nationally recognised qualification — equivalent to two A-Levels and 85 UCAS points.

Corinne Bracken, AASE Programme Manager, says: “The programme covers all the core components including technical, tactical, mental and physical skills delivered by industry experts, plus those that are essential to attracting owners and sponsors to the sport. It’s great that global organisations such as Horse Scout recognise the importance of supporting future stars.”

How to apply:Any young rider seeking details on the AASE application process should contact

Carron Nicol Show Jumping Stallion Mr Visto

Carron Nicol Show Jumping Stallion : Mr Visto


Mr Visto is in the news; this Carron Nicol Show Jumping Stallion is Graded Elite AES  and a Silver Elite BSJA Stallion  who has already won over £7,000 and is well placed in the BSJA Horse League.

Mr Visto has all the well made good looks of a show jumping legend in the making.  He has certainly inherited his looks and ability from his sire Levisto, along with his easy temperament and, apparently, unruly mane!

Mr Visto is consistently successful in the arena and took the ribbons at The International Stairways and International trials at 1.55m level and was placed in The Queen Elizabeth Cup. To date he has a purse of over £7,000.00 Which is outstanding in horse his age jumping at this level.

One of the things that is  striking is his ability to take everything in his stride says Carron Nicol of her sisters’ Showjumping Stallion, Mr Visto.  “He has not ever stopped”, according to Carron, even taking his first encounter with The Dyke like any  other jump in the arena.  Carron is hoping  that we will see the pair of them at the Horse of The Year Show, just a few months away.

Caron Nicol aims for her Show Jumping Stallion? The Hickstead Derby…. Although she is thinking they might practice “the bank” first!

Carron Nicol says she has no doubt that he will make an Olympic Horse.  Carrons’ word on this is pretty much a sure fired bet.  She is one of the UK’s top show jumping producers and has 35 years of experience breeding, importing and producing horses through her very successful company European Sports Horses Limited which operates from the Rummer Stud in Warwickshire. Carron herself is a professional competitor in the international arena and, on Wednesday last,  she Won the National Ladies Championship at the Andrew Bowen Indoor Arena in a hotly contested final with 28 competitors with two double clears in an impressive 39.02 seconds on Mr Visto, at National Agricultural and Exhibition Centre (NAEC) in Warwickshire.

Mr Visto, this talented Carron Nicol Show Jumping Stallion,  is passing on his agility and athleticism to his progeny who are already proving themselves in the show jumping arena with his four and five year olds now competing.

From 2010


Fiorella (S & D Quigley) x Azon B by Concorde x Lanzara B / Recruit / Marco Polo( Marco Polo  also through Concorde) Winning consistently at 1.20m


Visto’s Travelchillo x Esh Pirana M.Ster. /Narcos x Diana /Grannus

Marinello x Bella Balquardro / Baloubet Du Rouet

Fantanland see his stallion listing on our Horse Scout Wesite 

Fantom x Fantasia / Non Concorde (Concorde 1) x Kanimatta /Rex Magna XX

With 4 year olds Ramiros Visto x Ramiros Gift (Ramiro(?) Cor de la Bryere lines)

And with 8 yearlings and 2 year olds with some brilliant jumping lines (Accorado 1, Darco, Lux, Pilot the list goes on) we shall be seeing many more of his progeny on the international circuits in the future I have no doubt.

Levisto, a Grand Prix show jumper, competed at the World Cup Final for Sweden then in 2009 was on TheTeam GB team at the European Championships  in 2008. A hugely successful show jumper campaigned by Judy Anne Melchior over a 7 year career at Grand Prix, and he stayed at the top of his game through out.   Levisto is by Leandro /Langraf 1 and x the Grand Prix mare Chica Bay (Hirtin). His dam line by Ariadus/Acord 11. Its interesting to note that On his 3rd dam line is the AES/SHB_GB Elite Event Stallion Carousel an event horse sire. His linage connections have proven performance horses through out with some of the best bloodlines available.  He would not only make a super match for a show jumping pedigree but also work well as an improver line for eventing, and his temperament is a bonus particularly for those wishing to produce a quality riding horse.

To find out about this super talented Carron Nicol Show Jumping Stallion or to use him for your mare next year follow this link to his Stallion Profile Page on Horse Scout.

Steven Franks Show Jumping Producer

Show Jumping Producer Steven Franks


Steven Franks: A Show Jumping Producer who has a deservedly solid reputation.

Steven Franks has produced some of this countries leading super stars for the big names and is consistently producing horses from the very best gene pools.

His recent daily successes on Billy Ginger (Billy Congo) at Bolesworth reflects just what a consummate professional Steven Franks is when it comes to the profession of the show jumper and as producer of reliable, consistently produced horses and still campaigns horses for The Billy Stud.

What makes Steven Franks the Show Jumping Producer to go to?

Stevens’ strengths are across the board but he certainly excels in the young horse classes giving his rides the best grounding to start their careers for example Aciolet and Kannonko who have both moved to Guernsey and Faize who now competes in Saudi Arabia.

Steven Franks Producing Show Jumpers with the best bloodlines.

He picks the best bloodlines and is very good at producing mares, which for breeders of course means conformation and performance potential, some of his recent sales include:

Chakira Van Het Hek by Kannan

Samma by Landlord/Langraf

Tia Semilly by Diamant de Semilly,  a stallion he has used again on his own Hello Clover this season.

Renkum Bridger Renkum Valentino x the 5* Grand Prix mare Wiston Bridget who was also a successful Puissance horse  

With Cor de Breyer featuring in the successful Renoir Du Rocks’ pedigree.

The Selle Francais Grand Prix winner Image Du Reverdy the dam of Renoir de Rock , Mark Trodes Selle Francais-Chin Chin, Fraggle Rock, steven Franks own Guccio 2010 colt & and Lisa Trodes’ Quick Star filly Vogue du Rock.

His most famous campaign was the Billy Studs Cevin Z who Steven Qualified for 3 finals at the Horse or The Year Show in 2003 and rode him to 4th in the exciting and well contested Foxhunter Final that year. He successfully campaingned the six-year-old Beyonce Z out of Ramona XVI (by Cardino) who was successful in youngster classes in Mijas with Steven Franks by the wonderful Stallion Berlin.

Steven is an ambassador for Horse Scout, and one of the countries most respected riders. He spent 6 years with the Funnels and the Billy Stud, proving not only himelf as a rider and trainer but also a good friend when it counted.

He rode the international Grands Prix horse Mondriaan, to many successes and this horse then went on three Hickstead derbys. Wicklands Stud are consistent horse producers; Grand Prix and Derby Horses not withstanding their horses have been placed at every national final at HOYS, represented GB at the World Breeding championships with several horses also selected for the Equine Pathway.

Wicklands Stud has everything that an owner could want.  Professional and successful campaigners with support from a great team enabling competing on both national and international circuits.

Wicklands Studs’ breeding program is on course to produce its own youngsters in the competitive arena with Steven Franks and this years crop of foals follow in good footsteps.




Top ranked Show Jumping Stallions-For Plesaure

Top ranked Show Jumping Stallions: For Pleasure


Top Ranked Show Jumping Stallion Progeny Review

Lucy Davis has had great success on Barron by For Pleasure and they are celebrating their recent 1.60 win in the Grand Prix at Rotterdam. After her win, Lucie talked about her top ranked show jumping stallion – “…but I think most importantly I have an incredible horse with a huge stride and (who is) also very careful”. Lucie rode Barron at the World 2014 games where the American team took Bronze. Lucie also acquired Barrons’ half brother V Pleasure (For Pleasure x Nabab de Reve) just over a year ago. Since February this year, Scott Brash has a new ride named Hello Forever, (For Pleasure x Nimmerdor) on whom he won the feature class of the day at Miami Beach, the historic American Invitational, where Hello Forever flew round the course and powering past the second placed competitor.

Select Stallion offer some of the top ranked show jumping stallions in the UK, and For Pleasure For Pleasure has a WBSFH ranking 5 (12th in 2013). At the start of the 2014 season, For Pleasure was listed as having 394 competitors with 121 jumpers competing at advanced level. His progeny have amassed (as of 2014) €2,138,334 and had three offspring ranked with FEI WBFSH World Ranking List – sourced from the Jumping Studbook (updated June 10th 2015)

  • Fit For Fun – 13 Hanovarian (690 points)
  • For Sale – 6 (493 points)
  • Barron – (575 points)

Fit for Fun took top spot at the Basel Grand Prix taking home a purse of some £220K from 5 clears, beating the second placed horse by 68 hundredths of a second.

Information on Top Show Jumping Stallion ‘For Pleasure’

For Pleasure retired from top level show jumping competition in 2006 (at the age of 20) but his career record shows that he is undoubtedly a stallion for breeders looking for a head start in the show jumping arena.

For Pleasure has certainly earned his stallion ranking through his progeny, but his own competition record proves his performance ranking with 3 gold medals on his result record. In 1999, the Germans took gold at the European Championships with another team gold in the 2000 Sydney Olympics. His third claimed in the 2003 European Championships and he also laid claim to the individual bronze with his rider Marcus Ehning.

For Pleasure won an incredible 10 international Grand Prix and 7 Nations Cups with Germany. For Pleasure won over 3 million euros during his career and was the top ranked sire for 2003.

He has classic Hanoverian good looks and conformation. For breeders looking for solid colour, his records show that he has produced an average 2/3 chestnut and 1/3 bay progeny.

His genetics are from the foundation line of top ranked show jumping super stars with Furusio ii, an Oldenburg foundation sire (250 state mares and 50 licensed stallions).

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Arkol Harthill Stud

AES Jumping Stallion: Arkol for Harthill Stud


Arkol by Argentinus  AES jumping stallion carrying the torch for Harthill Stud producing modern performance athletes.

Harthill Studs’ stallion Arkol is setting breeders alight, this trail blazing modern and successful performance stallion.

Arkol is a son of Argentinus – also the sire of Nick Skelton’s former top ride, Arko lll – Arkol is known for his trainable attitude and athletic ability, already making a name for himself on the showjumping circuit.

Arkol has been competed by William Whitaker, one of the top professionals listed on the Horse Scout website, who likes the ride he gives so much he tweets about it when he visits Harthill Stud to ride him!

Arkol has been much admired since winning the 4 year old class at The British Showjumping National Championship at the Scope Festival in 2011.  He has since consistently won 5 year old classes at Arena UK, Adoldington and Scope. In 2013, Arkol has had three wins in the Six Year Old Tour in Valencia.

Arkol is now jumping 1.45m classes in the 7 year old series. The British Stallion Event at Harptbury was the first stallion parade attended by Harthill Stud’s young show jumping stallion Arkol made easy work of the up to height jumps William Whitaker displayed him over.

Nina Barbour said of Arkol: “Again, all that we say about him was displayed with his very good attitude, scope and quality. William is looking forward to producing Arkol on the International circuit further in 2015, and has no concerns that he will be restricted in anyway when his time comes to jump the biggest classes in the sport.”

Arkol, by Argentinus is a type hard to find, bringing a superb temperament alongside the quality needed to put on most jumping mares being covered to produce a modern athlete. Arkol’s Sire – Argentinus – prolific sire of world class sports horses, both in dressage and jumping. Including the infamous Arko III, who also passes on his talent through his progeny – this is seen in Argento and Air Jordan Z to name but two.

Arkol’s Dam is Kolibri who has 16 approved sons and more than 60 state premium mares.

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Tornesch Showjumping Stallion

Showjumping Stallion: Tornesch


World Cup Show Jumper Stallion Tornesch: Lux Z x Libero H x Caletto I Holstien Bloodlines sire of Turmalin.

This fantastic stallion is hugely successful on the international showjumping scene, and he has been placed in so many World Cup competitions that the list is too long for this blog!

In just the last two years, his competition records stands as:
In 2014, Malin and Tornesch were
4th in the World Cup Table A at the CSI5*-W Gothenburg,
3rd in the Grand Prix Table A at the CSI5* Villach, Treffen,
3rd in the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup at the CSIO5* Dublin,
2nd in the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup at the CSIO5* Barcelona, and
4th in the Longines FEI World Cup at the CSI5*-W Verona.

In 2013 they were:
2nd in the VDL Group Prize and
4th in the Rolex FEI World Cup Jumping at the CSI5*-W s’Hertogenbosch and went on to compete successfully in the
World Cup Finals in Gothenburg placing 6th.
Tornesch had to have his eye after the World Cup, however, Malin reported to the Chronicle of the Horse that she thinks Tornesch is better than ever.
The two then won the CSIO3* Nations Cup round in Poland
4th in the GP CSI5* Lyon and
4th in the GPW CSI5* d’Helsinki.

This wonderful stallion has jumped an enviable number of clear rounds at this level and breeders looking for a jumping stallion can rest assured that Tornesch passes this quality and his enviable mechanics to his progeny. Selects Stallions have listed Tornesch on Horse Scout. His stallion profile confirms that Tornesch was ranked best upcoming stallion in Sweden in 2013.

His offspring carry his stamp of quality, they are light in type with lots of blood. Crucially they also possess good jumping skills and balance with intelligence and super rideabillity. Tornesch’s foal crop are uniformly elegant and leggy, very modern foals.

His breeding underpins his ability in the world class showjumping arena with three of the best breeding stallions in his bloodline – Lux Z x Libero H x Caletto I.

Lux Z is one of the most successful horses of today in the international showjumping ring. Piloted by Swedish showjumping rider Malin Bayard, this spectacular bay stallion placed at Grand Prix and Nations Cup shows of Rotterdam, London, Stockholm, Paris and Verona. The combination was also part of the winning team at the 2012 Falsterbo Top League Nations Cup. Tornesch’s excellent pedigree goes back to three of the world’s best stallions in a row: Lux Z, Libero H and Caletto I.

In Tornesch’s dam line, we find among others the international showjumping horses Lennox and Pinkfloyd de Maibelle.

Tornesch produced the Swedish approved stallion Turmalin (Tornesch x Cortez), who at this moment belongs to the most talented horses in Sweden.

Torneschs’ three year old son Hyperion (x Charisma elite eptm-(spr) s; Cornet Obolensky) has been graded by KWPN in their Spring Stallion parade this year.

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