Come Undone

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Come Undone

17.1 hands
Fresh Semen
Stud fee 900,- EUR

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International jumper star

With a record full with advanced (S) level achievements Come Undone starts his breeding career. Under Denis Nielsen, Jan Sprehe and currently Frederick Troschke, he has been highly successful in the international jumping-course by now. So, e.g. he took a medal at the Riders Tour final and placed with the best in the 2017’ grand prix of Lier/BEL. Nearly every week, he came back home decorated with ribbons from international competitions and, therefore, he was licensed due to his performance record in advanced show jumping. Come Undone is characterized by unlimited jumping-ability combined with extraordinary attentiveness. He is practically born with this jumping-talent, because the first three sires in the line of ancestors were all international advanced class winners.

His sire Clinton I completed his performance record with achievements in advanced show jumping under Thomas Voß, e.g. winner of the Swedish jumping derby in Falsterbo. Furthermore, he placed with the best in the Nations Cups of Ikast (DEN), Calgary (CAN) and Falsterbo (SWE). The dam’s sire Grandeur was the most successful sire of his generation in show jumping under the Austrian Thomas Frühmann. He was three-times winner of the German jumping derby and won the World Cup in s’Hertogenbosch (NED), Bordeaux (FRA), Paris (FRA), Gothenburg (SWE) and London (GBR). In addition, there are victories in Nations Cups and the grand prixs of London, Rome (ITA), Rotterdam (NED), Stuttgart, Vienna (AUT), Wiesbaden, Bremen, Calgary and Aachen. Twice he won the grand prix of Germany in Berlin.

He implied already with his first crops that he would also become a sire of exceptional quality. On top of the line of first-class jumping offspring is the Westphalian dark chestnut mare Gladdys S, who became the 2001’ European Champion with Ludger Beerbaum in the Dutch Arnheim. The large Anglo-norman liver chestnut San Fernando, found in third generation, stands out due to his first-class character. He won numerous grand prixs with his rider Franke Sloothaak. A “Cappeln Classic”, the extremely versatile inheriting black Thoroughbred Bucephalos xx rounds off the pedigree brilliantly.

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Approved for OS-International, Oldenburg, Westphalia, Rhineland, Mecklenburg, German Sport Horse, Zuchtverband für deutsche Pferde.

Breeder: Nicole Schultheis, Strücklingen

Clinton I Carolus Capitol I v. Capitano
Lacq v. Roman
Waage I Calypso II v. Cor de la Bryère
Lorettchen v. Royal Wash xx
Dorada Grandeur Gralsritter v. Grande
St.Pr.St. Elba v. Einblick
Dorle San Fernando v. Arthy
Doria v. Bucephalos xx