NUMERO UNO x BERSTEIN x BURGGRAAF x AMOR KWPN 02.04840, 1.71m, bay, 2002 Breeder: MTS. Stultiens
Van Gogh was the undisputed KWPN performance test champion of 2005. During the last years no other KWPN stallion has received as many points as Van Gogh at his performance test.
This son of Numero Uno was not only rewarded for his great jumping skills but also his fantastic movement. The dam line of Van Gogh produced many international showjumping and dressage horses.
Out of his first years we find numerous horses successful in 1.60m GP showjumping as well as Grand Prix dressage. Especially worth mentioning is the gelding Cosmo (Van Gogh x Frühling), one of the most talented dressage horses in the world, and gold medal winner of the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games.
Successful 1.60m showjumpers by Van Gogh are among others Bella Brown (sm. Gran Corrado), Dalton (sm. Naturel), Le Vio (sm. Drosselklang) and Fabio (sm. Celano) who recently won the World Cup GP at Guadalajara, Mexico.
Van Gogh, who has been part of the German Championship team for years was successful in many international shows and nations cups under the saddle of Marco Kutscher, winning among others the GCT in Valkenswaard, the EEM LA Masters, the EEM Hong Kong Masters and the Zürich Championat.
VAN GOGH: CHAMPION OF THE KWPN STALLION PERFORMANCE TEST 2005!
Marco Kutscher and Van Gogh Grand Prix Los Angeles
Marco Kutscher and Van Gogh Hong Kong Masters 2016
The KWPN approved stallion Innovation has recently been sold to the
United States of America. The striking Van Gogh son has made a promising
start at De Wiemselbach for both sport and breeding, and that has not gone
unnoticed on the other side of the Atlantic ocean.
Various offspring of Wiemselbach stallions have performed well in the
Sunshine Tour lately. Last week, Felipe Amaral has achieved a good result
aboard the Dutch bred Germanico T (Numero Uno x Julius, breeder Vincent
te Poele from Lievelde).