In 2004, Quidam de Revel topped the World Breeding Championships Jumping Stallion ratings for the second year running, establishing himself as the pre-eminent – and most expensive – living sire of jumping horses. A decade later, Quidam was still a force at the London Olympic Games but more through his sons. Quidam had one representative, while his son Nabab de Reve had four, and his son, Kashmir van Schutterhof, one. Another Quidam son, Quasimodo Z had two, with singles to Vigo d’Asouilles, Guidam and Dollar da la Pierre. Quidam de Revel unites two of the most important lines of the Selle Français horse – the lines of Jalisco and Uriel. The Nankin son, Uriel was one of the most successful French stallions, producing more than 100 international showjumpers ...
The mare Amke-S is a Carthago X Voltaire (She is mare of the year 2018 in Belgium)
The Carthago mare has a few sons and daughters who are doing very well on the international level.
The approved stallion Gamko-S (Heartbreaker) 1m60. The full Brother Famko 1m50, Eimko-S (Contendro) 1m45, Irmko-S(NonStop) 1m40 and the 7 year old Liarada-S (Diarado) who jumps with William Withaker in the CSIYH.
In the dam line we also find 1m60 horses: approved stallion Vangelis-S, Fento Chin-S, Ilena-S, Luron-S Z, Un Ami-S, Ense van den Brandakker and Dasko; the 1m55 horses: Valesko-S, Casse-Cou-S Z and Contesse-S Z; the 1m50 horses Jade-S, Centa-S Z, Etendro-S and Ukase van de Donkhoeve; the 1m45 horses: Comodor-S Z, Insouci-S, Joker-S, Gamin-S and Versailles-S.
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