Well the European outdoor season has now started and is in full swing. The offspring of our stallions are starting to show what they are made of with some very good results.
Kannan offspring are really coming of age and we are starting to see what they can do at the very top of the sport. Baldo (Kannan x Darco) had a great win at the Global Champions Tour Event in Valencia in the 1.50m class.
This is a horse to watch for the future. He has been jumping well indoors and has now translated that to the outdoor season, which is very exciting.
With all of these horses it seems they only get better with age and experience. This is highlighted by the recent rise of Kismet 50 ridden by Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum. This is a horse that was taken to California by Meredith in January and finished the HITS series with a 4th in the GP series. She then elected to take the horse to Paris *5 show recently and as can be seen in this video this is a serious jumping horse that will only get better with experience. She had entered her for the World Cup Final but at the last minute was substituted for the great Shutterfly. The video below shows Kismet competing at the Paris show and you can see the power and scope that this mare has which is a characteristic of all Kannan offspring.
The future for the Kannan offspring is very bright and I think we will see this stallion climb the World Showjuming breeding rankings from 8th in 2010 to higher in the coming season. All reports are that the Kannan offspring will be seen in every good stable, with Edwina Alexander debuting a nice 8yr old Kannan offspring in the recent GCT event in the 1.35m class.
The future looks very bright for the Kannan offspring with the oldest only being 11yrs of age, we have yet to see the best of them.
Orlando offspring have been competing at the Lummen show and doing well placing in the 1.40m classes. They are developing into nice horses. Unfortunately Vigo a horse by Orlando has been out injured, with him hopefully returning to the main show circuit in the not too distant future.
Quool Du Bois Margot has been out competing himself stepping up into the 7yr old classes. He is doing very well and has been competitive at these shows. The latest video of him competing can be seen below:
We have great expectations for this horse and he should be one to watch for the future. His eldest offspring are only 2 and already he has reserve champion 2yr old filly in France to his name.
We would like to invite breeders to register to receive their free 2011 DVD for the stallions this year. It has videos of many of the offspring, a not to be missed DVD. Please contact our office to order this or drop us an email: email@example.com
We look forward to coming the season with our stallions, as once again we can offer our preferred terms to clients using approved breeding centres, Live Foal Guarantee.