1984 Bay Dutch Warmblood
KWPN KEUR PREFERENT
Approved Holstein, Selle Français, Unire
2005 Jumping Index:
157, 97% Reliability
Voltaire KEUR PREF
out of Flyer PREST
Concorde, who in jumping circles is known as
comes from very strong jumping lines on both sides. Sire of
this stallion is the impressive dominant breeding stallion
Voltaire, who via his sire Furioso II and Gotthard is bred
to perform. Voltaire through the
performances of his offspring stands very high in both the
dressage and jumping indexes.
Concorde's dam, Flyer, is by
the legendary Marco
Polo, one of the most influential Dutch
stallions in breeding and jumping.
is related to the International jumper Vivaldi, who, under
rider Melanie Smith, was speed horse of the Year in 1980. Flyer
produced at least 6 (Inter)national jumpers, including Concorde.
Concorde, with Piet Raymakers, the Silver Medal winner in Barcelona, was the spectacular winner of the 1990 National Stallion
With his rider, Jos Lansink, Concorde was winner of
the Grand Prix of Nordrhein-Westfalen at Aken and was Champion of the
in 1994, placed 2nd in the Grand Prix of Amsterdam, 2nd at
Darmstadt, 2nd at Lanaken, 2nd at
and 2nd at Gothenburg. In 2001, his offspring Audi's Jikke, Kathja, Conquest II, Larino, Viktor,
Isabella and Marius Claudius placed at the Grand Prix level (1.60 m).
One year, of the top 8 horses at the Grand Prix of Rotterdam, 3 of them
were Concorde offspring, and at the international horseshow of
Maastricht, 11 of Concorde's offspring were in the international finals.
Concorde was the youngest stallion ever to be awarded "preferent"
has proven himself to be an absolute top sire of
international sport horses with offspring competing at the very top Grand Prix levels (1.60m
or 5'2") and
World Cup jumping. Concorde was elected Horse of the Year in 2004 and
was the highest ranked KWPN stallion in the top ten of the WBFSH and
continues to be ranked in the top. Concorde continued to prove himself as a top
producer of jumpers in and consistently is at the top of the USEF Leading Jumper Sires rankings.
In 2002, Olympic
Concorde was the number one producer of show jumpers by money won in
the US with his offspring earning nearly $200,000 in 2002 on the
American show jumping circuit.
Jumping Sires Rankings
USEF, 4th WBFSH
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