Queensland winter series 2017

Super run of shows with James’ Bellini’s Boy and James’ Continue. Continue placed in every main class with 3rd Boral grandprix, 6th GHP sunshine tour big grandprix, 7th Magic Millions worldcup qualifier, 11th Brisbane Isuzu worldcup qualifier. Monte placing 4th, 5th and 6th in the 6 yo tour at GHP and having one down in the futurity at Cabolture worldcup show. He is feeling ready to step up and jump some real jumps.

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Foals due 2017 season

Foals due this season by Gemini CL the clone of Gemini twist first in Australia, Fürstenball, French 6 yo champion Up to you, Footloose.

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Footloose 6 yo stallion by Fürstenball x Flemingh. Forrest is a serious dressage horse who will be one to watch at grandprix. 4 yo champion at the Ace championships and now working at medium level as he builds strength and maturity.
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Up to you and James’ Carrera. This kid will be one special horse

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Success in generations

 The KWPN approved stallion Montender (by Contender) was successful in all major championships with the German rider Marco Kutscher. He won two bronze medals at the Olympic Games in Athens (2004), was fifth in the World Cup Final in Milan (2005) and won two gold medals at the European Championships in San Patrignano (2005). In 2003 he was already crowned German Champion and Reserve Champion in 2005. His last appearance in the ring dates from 2009 with Henrik von Eckermann. The sport had always priority, so Montender was limited used for breeding. However his first offspring from 2001 and 2002, is successful in the Grand Prix ring. For example: two-time winner of the Bundeschampionat Monte Bellini (Philip Weishaupt) and the 1.50m jumper Mya Mercedes (Stefan Engbers). Meanwhile, 16 sons are approved for several studbooks, including Backgammon (KWPN). Unfortunately, this stallion of De Watermolen and Stal Horn died this year too early. His place is now occupied by his father. Montender is known as a healthy, long-lined dark brown stallion with a good and hard foundation, a very good character and a fantastic mentality. His mother Jesprit (Burggraaf x Le Mexico) was very successful at 1.30/1.35m level at age of six, when she first brought two foals. Grandmother Esprit brought also three international showjumpers. This all makes the pedigree of Montender very interesting.

The KWPN approved stallion Montender (by Contender) was successful in all major championships with the German rider Marco Kutscher. He won two bronze medals at the Olympic Games in Athens (2004), was fifth in the World Cup Final in Milan (2005) and won two gold medals at the European Championships in San Patrignano (2005). In 2003 he was already crowned German Champion and Reserve Champion in 2005. His last appearance in the ring dates from 2009 with Henrik von Eckermann.
The sport had always priority, so Montender was limited used for breeding. However his first offspring from 2001 and 2002, is successful in the Grand Prix ring. For example: two-time winner of the Bundeschampionat Monte Bellini (Philip Weishaupt) and the 1.50m jumper Mya Mercedes (Stefan Engbers). Meanwhile, 16 sons are approved for several studbooks, including Backgammon (KWPN). Unfortunately, this stallion of De Watermolen and Stal Horn died this year too early. His place is now occupied by his father.
Montender is known as a healthy, long-lined dark brown stallion with a good and hard foundation, a very good character and a fantastic mentality. His mother Jesprit (Burggraaf x Le Mexico) was very successful at 1.30/1.35m level at age of six, when she first brought two foals. Grandmother Esprit brought also three international showjumpers. This all makes the pedigree of Montender very interesting.
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Monte Bellini the father of Bellini’s Boy. There are very few stallions whose careers are distinguished by such continuous success as the career of Monte Bellini. He was NRW-premium stallion, double Bundeschampion and – after resounding success in Grand Prix, Nations Cups and the World Cup Final of ’s Hertogenbosch/NED – Monte Bellini was nominated for the 2012 Olympic Games in London/GBR. Unfortunately, he was unable to participate due to an injury. In the following season he won the Nations Cup in Falsterbo/SWE and Rotterdam/NED where he also won the Grand Prix.

 

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Bellini’s Boy
A supreme athlete, Monte is a 4 year old stallion by Monte Bellini. His first official show as a 4 year old was at goldcup show 2015 which he convincingly won.
A supreme athlete, Monte is a 4 year old stallion by Monte Bellini. His first official show as a 4 year old was at goldcup show 2015 which he convincingly won.
Bentley is Bellini's Boy stallion quality son out of the Imported st. pr. mare "Alice". Alice herself competed in worldcup qualifiers before injury forced her to broodmare dutys. Her pedigree is first class being Accord 11 x Lathaan x Grundstein 1.
Bentley is Bellini’s Boy stallion quality son out of the Imported st. pr. mare “Alice”. Alice herself competed in worldcup qualifiers before injury forced her to broodmare dutys. Her pedigree is first class being Accord 11 x Lathaan x Grundstein 1.

Bellini’s Boy first official show

Monte had a convincing first show at goldcup show 2015 winning the 4 year old class and showing his hallmark class. The sunday of this week-end he went to dressage with our outstanding horse women Rachel Berry which he also won by kilometers and would of won the second test had the rider not been so tired from the show the day before to finish third with 2 errors. Love this horse!!!!

A supreme athlete, Monte is a 4 year old stallion by Monte Bellini. His first official show as a 4 year old was at goldcup show 2015 which he convincingly won.
A supreme athlete, Monte is a 4 year old stallion by Monte Bellini. His first official show as a 4 year old was at goldcup show 2015 which he convincingly won.

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Our Home Bred Super Star James’ Continue

We have had a fantastic start to the season with James’ Continue dominating in the futurity classes. He has only started at two shows this year 4 times for two wins in the main classes at each. Winning the Future stars champion at grand week-end and at glenhaven grandprix show at cabolture. He is well on track for his first big grandprix start at the Queensland showjumping championships. His big goal is the next world championships, But either way he sure is making a name for himself.

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