This stallion not only proved himself in breeding, but in the jumping arena as well under the saddle of Jerry Smit. Winning the second of the Pulsar Crown Series he gained the bonus of 1 million dollar! A result that only Hugo Simon and ET achieved before. World wide Lux Z was very successful and with Jerry Smit he was absolute world-class.
Libero H doesn’t need any introduction. Under the saddle of Jos Lansink the Landgraf-son won very many classes. In 1994 the combination had their most succesful year by winning 8 World Cups. That year they also won very convincing the Final of the World Cup in ‘s Hertogenbosch, winning all three classes.
Egano probably is the most successful horse of the early nineties. Egano was with his rider Jos Lansink a member of the gold medal winning Dutch Team at the Olympics in Barcelona 1992. With a thrilling ride they jumped the Dutch team to a gold medal.
The combination Felix, Lansink and Horn meant the start of a successful sports carreer in showjumping. Felix and Lansink won among other the Grand Prix of Geesteren and Rotterdam. A third place at the European championships in 1989 and a 5th place in the individual ranking at the Seoul Olympic Games meant the definite breakthrough.
Libero H son Numero Uno was very successful in the international sport. With European Champion Marco Kutscher the stallion won and was placed in International competitions in among others: Dubai, Zürich, Amsterdam, Paris, Munich and La Coruña.
One of the best horses out of our stable was and is the Landlord-son Lianos. Already with Jos Lansink Lianos was a very promising jumping talent. His real breakthrough came under the saddle of Rodrigo Pessoa. The combination Pessoa/Lianos became world champion in 1998 in Rome.
With Rogier Linssen and Ben Schröder Lupicor was one of the most succesfull horses in the Dutch National competitions, winning a numerous amount of 1.40m-1.50m competition. In the international circuit good results at Grand Prix level were achieved with Ben Schröder and Marco Kutscher.
This Don Juan-son impressed more than once with his enormous jumping abilities. With Leslie McNaught Dulf was an important pillar of the Swiss jumping team. With this team the combination gained a lot of successes, including two Olympic silver medals.
In both Lier, Kronenberg and Arezzo, a descendant of Numero Uno claimed
the victory in the 1.40m class. Under Max Sebrechts, Holiday Uno (Numero
Uno x Major de la Cour, pictured) was victorious in the two-phase 1.40m
class at CSI-U25 Lier.