About - The stunning winner of the 2017 KWPN licensing, Jameson has been a success from the start. He is a tall, elegant, and modern stallion with three fantastic paces; an expressive, ground-covering trot, an uphill, powerful canter, and a relaxed walk. He has an enthusiastic, willing temperament, and a very good attitude to his work.
Performance - Jameson dominated at the 2017 KWPN licensing, and beat out six other colts in the premium ring to take the champion's sash, like his sire before him. Jameson then won his performance test as a 4-year-old on a fantastic score of 90, scoring 7.5 for walk, 9 for trot, 10 for canter, 9.5 for suppleness, self carriage and balance, and 9 for rideability and potential as a dressage horse. He won the stallion competitions at Ermelo (94 points) and De Peelbergen (90 points), and then won the 4-year-old Pavo Cup under Marieke van der Putten; it's hard to imagine a better start to his career!
Sire - Blue Hors Zack is one of the most exciting up-and-coming grand prix stallions on the scene, scoring over 72% on his international debut at the level. In 2018, only his second year at grand prix, he finished eigth at the World Cup final and represented Denmark at the World Equestrian Games, finishing tenth individually, scoring +76% in the grand prix and +72% in the grand prix special. He won the Herning World Cup qualifier on a brilliant score of over 83%
In 2013, he sired the champion three year old stallion, Blue Hors Zee Me Blue – and also sired the performance test winner that year, Vincent Maranello. In 2012, he was the sire of the licensing champion, Zorba Højris, the four year old champion, Zonik, and first, second and third in the licensing test. At the 2014 Danish licensing, Zack was proclaimed Stallion of the Year, having sired 22 approved sons and two gold medal mares. So far, 85% of his daughters passed their riding tests and were graded in the main studbook. His son Blue Hors Zackerey was crowd favourite of the Oldenburg licensing in 2017, and won the Oldenburg main premium in 2018, in recognition of his outstanding first foal crop.
Damline - Jameson's dam Atalinda is a KWPN preferent mare; the highest predicate that can be awarded. She has competed at international small tour level under the name 'Amazing Comeback', and has scored over 70% on seven of her eight international appearances. In six breeding seasons she has produced four elite mares, and her earliest offsping are already proving themselves under saddle. Her sire Negro is best known as the sire of World, European and Olympic champion Valegro, and he has produced more than 20 grand prix horses and 15 licensed sons. His sire Ferro is represented twice in Jameson's pedigree, which is also seen in the pedigree of super-sire, Franklin. Ferro is a dressage legend who competed at the highest level, including at the Olympics and European Championships under Coby van Balen, and then went on to become one of dressage's major foundation sires. He produced a dressage dynasty, with his most notable offspring being - among others - Negro, Metall (sire of Carl Hester's Uthopia), Kennedy, Rousseau and Rhodium. Third sire Krack C is the sire of the brilliant stallions Vivaldi, Zhivago, and United, among many others.
- Additional Information
Chilled/Frozen Chilled only Stud Van Uytert WFFS status Clear (N/N) Studbook KWPN Approved for KWPN, Oldenburg, Westfalen Year of Birth 2014 Colour Black Height 175cm