Vegas
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Vegas

KWPN Crown Erkend, Zangersheide Approved son of Voltaire
Vegas aka Velusinus R, ridden by American rider Christine
McCrea, is "the horse of a lifetime". Chris McCrea piloted
Vegas to the only clear round in the Syracuse World Cup
Qualifier in 2008, and also that year finished 11th in the
Beijing Olympic Trials. From 2005-2010, this pair
accumulated numerous wins including back to back wins at
the Hampton Classic and Gold Cup World Cup Qualifiers,
qualified for 3 World Cup Finals, competed at the World Cup
Finals in Las Vegas and was short listed for the World
Equestrian Games in Aachen, Germany. This special team also
competed on several winning Nations Cup and Super Leaugue
teams throughout Europe.

Vegas is a horse with a more traditional pedigree and is
very popular amongst American breeders. Vegas offspring,
Charlotte and Boston, both qualified for the 2012 young horse
finals at the Hampton Classic and continue to excel in the
jumper arena today. Vegas is a world class stallion with world
class breeding which makes him a perfect choice for breeders
who are looking to take their breeding program to the next
level! His offspring are now in the sport and producing
superb results. Windsor Show Stables has two young
horses competing at WEF 2012. Charlotte a 5 year old
jumping in the 5yr old YJC and Boston a 6 year old
jumping in the 6 yr old YJC classes, both qualifying for the
finals at the Hampton Classic in 2012.

Pedigree

Voltaire
Dulisina
Furioso II
Gogo Moeve
Joost
Ulisina
Furioso xx
Dame de Ranville
Gotthard
Mosaik
Consul
Ulana
Abgar xx
Melusiena

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