Offspring & relatives of stallions respresented by FSH succeed across Europe!

Offspring & relatives of stallions respresented by FSH succeed across Europe!

Condios: Runrig Gangster, a four-year-old gelding by Condios, won the Regional Qualifier on 11th October for the Danish Show Jumping Championship for 5-year-old horses which takes place at the National Stallion Show in March 2008 in Herning, Denmark.

His marks for loose-jumping were:His marks for jumping under saddle were:
Technique: 9.5Technique: 9.0
Scope: 9.0Scope: 8.5
Canter: 9.0Canter: 9.0
Balance: 9.0Rideability: 8.0

Jason Hobbs believes that the 6-year-old Stilo Kontiko (bred by Tom Slattery) is a definite four star prospect with the movement and bold jump required for top sport. Michael Diamantides said the 5-year-old XLNT Fast and Furioso (bred by Anne and Vincent Murphy) is very balanced in his flatwork and jumping and is going to be a very good eventing horse.

Loughnavatta Papillon, bay 6-year-od gelding by Condios out of Ballinclover Penny (by Clover Hill), bred by Patrick Heffernan, owned by Rory Costigan, and ridden by Katie O’Sullivan, placed 1st in his first Pre-Novice Event at Ravensdale Lodge (Ireland) 17/06/2007.

Ulysses M2S: Ulysses M2S competed at the CSI** Show at Valkenwaard (Netherlands) on 11th August in the International Jumping Competition for 6 & 7 Year Old Horses. On the first day with his co-owner, the Belgian junior rider Rossella de Simone, Ulysses M2S jumped double-clear. On the second day he jumped double-clear and placed 9th.

Ekstein (sire of Ulysses M2S): Ekstein’s grandson ‘Hickstead‘ won the $1,000,000 Grand Prix at Spruce Meadows 9th September. Hickstead (Hamlet x Ekstein), recently won the Individual Bronze Medal and Team Silver Medal at the Pan American Games.

Desir du Chateau: Itot du Chateau, the stallion by Le Tot de Semilly and out of the mare Sophie du Chateau, has been selected for the French Team for the European Showjumping Championship. The dam of Itot du Chateau is a half-sister to Desir du Chateau.

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