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Don Quichot

World class GP dressage stallion with World class jumper lines!
Don Quichot is an International dressage stallion with world-class jumping talent and bloodlines. He was approved in Belgium as a 3-year-old and successfully competed IDR4* with Caroline Osmont (FRA) and Manuela Osmont (COL). Don Quichot is a confirmed Grand Prix horse with extensive international experience in CDI-W**** rings such as Dortmund and Wiesbaden. He qualified for the 2015 Pan Am games and was pre-selected for the 2016 Rio Olympics.

His dam, Reina, also produced Todd Minikus’ super star stallion, Oh Star (Laudanum xx). Oh Star’s full sister, Navarette, produced the famous 1.60m BWP stallion Tresor (Papillon Rouge) with Steve Guerdat (CHE) and 1.60m BWP stallion Hamilton (Contact vd Heffinck) with Dimme d’Haese (BEL). Another daughter of Reina and half-sister to Don Quichot, Perle d’Or (Laudanum xx), produced Pieter Devos’ outstanding BWP 1.65m gelding Espoir (Surcouf de Revel).

His sire, Quite Easy, is still one of the best stallions in the world in all disciplines. He was WBFSH Jumping Sire top 100 eight years in a row, 2019 WBFSH Eventing Sire ranking 4th, 2020 14th. In 2019 he ranked USEF 10th best stallion (Hunter), 17th (Jumper), and 21st (Eventing). In 2020 he ranked USEF 9th (Hunter), 14th (Eventing), and 36th (Jumpers).

On top of his tremendous movement, athletic ability and solid conformation, Don Quichot has a wonderful temperament. His foals in France are top-notch - be a part of his legacy in the US!!!!
Don Quichot has been approved BWP and Selle Français, and his offspring are eligible for registration with Holsteiner, Oldenburg and KWPN as well. He will be presented to the Hanoverian Society as soon as possible.

Pedigree

Quite Easy
Reina Z
Quidam De Revel
Birte II
Ramiro
Allonez Z
Jalisco B
Dirka
Landgraf I
U-Capitola
Raimond
Valine
Alme
Domnorne

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