When Van Olst Horses once again invites for their successful Van Olst Sales later this month, it is with a huge collection of young quality horses from own stallions. (There are only two horses not bred from Van Olst Horses stallions among the collection).
1st presentation: Wednesday April 17th 2019 – 19:30 hours
2nd presentation: Friday April 19th 2019 – 15:00 hours
This weeks FOCUS horses from H2R are:
Kingsley has got it all! This George Clooney-son looks splendid and has a nice, kind temprament. He has nice self-carriage and good natural outline. He is a horse with an exceptional future and lot of Grand Prix potential. With his kind temprament and sensitivity under the saddle he is the perfect horse for a female rider. Kingsley’s dam Cinderella is also dam of the NRPS-stallion Don Joe (by Diego).
Laptop is a very stunning son of George Clooney. A true eye-catcher. Sire George Clooney is doing very well with his offspring. Laptop shows three extremely good gaits with a lot of balance. Laptop cooperates well and is very trainable, with his strong hindleg action he impresses in all paces. Laptop shows at lot of talent for the big ring. His dam Cinderella also produced the approved NRPS stallion Don Joe (v.Diëgo).
Legolas (T) was chosen to be a member of the “Fellowship of the Ring”, and his equine counterpart is equally as special. He is the son of the Small Tour-stallion George Clooney. He moves with lots of presentation, elasticity, technique, balance and power. He is easy to ride and willing to work for his rider. His mother’s sire Tolando, himself by Grand Prix stallion Krack C, produces good characters and trainable horses with willing temperaments.
Leroy van de Anjershof
Leroy van de Anjershof, another son by World Champion Glamourdale has an appealing front leg action. He enjoys training and is very pleasant to handle. He has a nice temperament and is always happy. Dam Amber is by the Sandro Hit-son Sandreo. Sandreo himself is proving to produce Grand Prix horses. Amber competed at Z2 level and is from the same mother as ZZ-Z horse Zip (by Rousseau).