Relevantus
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Relevantus

Olympic Competitor, international team horse, GP winner
16.3hh Black/Bay Hanoverian Relevantus, who goes by show name “Zorro” has an extensive international record that includes the 2008 Hong Kong Olympics, the 2010 WEG in Kentucky and a Mexican National Championship with Federico Fernandez as well as multiple Grand Prix wins with Federico and Peter Wylde. His pedigree is full of high performance jumpers from his Holsteiner Sire, Rabino to his Hanoverian dam line combining the highest indexed jumping lines from Grand Prix producers Rabino, Ramiro, Calypso, Ladykiller xx, the Hanoverian F line, Inschallah AA, Espri and Lugano I.

Relevantus is a leggy almost black bay with a generous kind disposition and according to Peter Wylde the “most ridable” Grand Prix horse he ever competed. You can see in his jumper videos that he goes around very quietly and does the 1.60 meter grand Prixs almost hunter like.

Prior to his International Grand Prix career Relevantus was licensed and finished his 30 and 70 day performance test with great results. 30 day test 8.15 overall and 70 day test 109.2 for Dressage, 119.96 for jumping 113.44 overall which shows his versatility and ridability.

Winner Commonwealth Park GP, Culpepper VA 07/2014

4th GP of Palm Beach FL 02/2014

12th World Equestrian Games 2010 Lexington KY

2008 Mexican National Show Jumping Champion

Competed Olympic Games Beijing China 2008

Pedigree

Rabino
Winni Jo
Ramiro
Wonne
Westminster
Etienne
Raimond
Valine
Calypso II
Ma Belle
Weltmeister
Iskla
Espri
Liane (Lugano)

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