|SATURN V CSF
2018 BELGIAN WARMBLOOD COLT
NEW YORK BC X NARCOS II
Bred for the top of the showjumping sport
|A grandson of the great SAPPHIRE (McLain Ward), his sire is a super-careful and
talented jumper, his dam was successful in the YJC AND his 8 year-old half-brother (same
dam) is showing Grand Prix!: SATURN V CSF is bred for the top of the showjumping
sport. Would be a great ride for a professional to develop or an ambitious amateur.
Should be a great A/O horse, at least.
Expected height at maturity: 16.2-17.0h
SATURN V CSF, is a kind, curious, brave and sensible bay colt with the kindest, large
eye. He is very athletic in the field with plenty of "blood". His gaits are elastic with good
amount of overstep; this should indicate great scope over fences. He has a natural talent
for collection, balance and self-carriage; he is light on his feet and has clean lead
changes; all these are evident in his video. He has great freedom through the shoulder
and an active hindleg. In the jump chute portion of his video, you can see how well he
opens up his hind end over the jump; this is very important in ease of training for clear
jumper rounds. He has a natural interest in the jump chute and was very willing to go
through, not stepping on a pole. In the field, he is the first to come greet visitors; so sweet!
|Dam: SPLENDEUR DE VIE
16.2h Selle Francais
(Narcos II x Quouglof Rouge - 75%
brother-in-blood was 2010 WEG finalist)
|Sire: NEW YORK BC
16.1h Belgian Warmblood
A talented son of the great
SAPPHIRE, by PRESLEY BOY.
|Paternal Dam: SAPPHIRE (Darco/Hedjaz)
Partnered with McLain Ward, Sapphire won team
Gold medals at the 2008 Beijing and 2004 Athens
Olympics, and a team Silver medal at the 2006
World Equestrian Games in Aachen, Germany,
winner of the 2009 CN International
$1 Million Grand Prix, winner of the 2010 HITS
$1 Million Grand Prix, placed 2nd in the 2009 Rolex
FEI World Cup Final, finalist 2010 World
Equestrian Games, Lexington, Kentucky.
Lifetime earnings: $2.75M
|Paternal Sire: PRESLEY BOY (Concorde/Damiro)
12th individually at 2010 World Equestrian Games,
Team Gold and Individual Bronze at 2010 Asian
Games, qualified but could not attend the 2012
Olympic Games (developed an illness that
ultimately killed him 2 years later). He was called
"the ultimate gentleman". His few offspring are very
|Maternal Sire: NARCOS II
78 international showjumping victories with Eric
Navet (France). Lifetime winnings of $2.5M.
He is the sire of many successul stallion sons:
Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve, Hold Up Premier
VDL are only two.
|Half brother (same dam, by Quinar)
Quasar de Medi
8 years old, showing Grand Prix
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