Cullinan du borget b(diamant de semilly)x Claud...

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16.1hh 4yo mare. A really nice sort for a lady or a young rider to produce. Her sire

Cullinan Du Borget B, named after the world’s largest diamond ever found, has top-quality jumping traits in terms of ability, leg technique and bascule. At the South German licensing in Munich this quality was rewarded with 10 points, the highest mark.

He is the half brother of Olympic champion (Rio 2016) Rahotep de Toscane.

He passed his sport test for stallions with flying colors, with a daily high of 9.0 for his rideability. In 2019, at the age of 7, he had a sensational success series: CSI5* Leipzig, CSI3* Offenburg, CSI2* Manga Racina, CSI2* Wiener Neustadt, CSI2* Kreuth, and CSI3* Munich. In all of these special international shows he always placed in the Final among the top ten in competitions up to 1.45m and stayed free of any jumping mistakes.

In January 2020 he was the most successful licensed 7-year-old stallion in the whole DSP breeding area and receives the “Diamond Prize 2020”. At the beginning of the year 2020 also his first son was approved, Clemens (Cullinan du Borget B x Lavall I, out of Zarina) Congratulations tot he breeder and owner!!

 

His sire Diamant de Semilly won team gold at the World Championships in Jerez under Eric Levallois (FRA) and won team silver at the European Championship a year later.Although Diamant de Semilly was never at stud in Germany, he has already sired three German licensing winners: Diarado (2007 Holstein), Dicapo (2011 OS) and Diamant de Quidam (2015 OS). Dam Ombre De Toscane belongs to the best damlines in France with the highest possible breeding score of 10/10. She already has two licensed sons, Tschouk De Toscane and Songe De Toscane under Denis Lynch. Of damsire Quick Star with Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum we remember true tour-de-force rides that won the pair several Grand Prix events. Laudanum xx in the third generation is probably the most influential thoroughbred in French warmblood breeding. He went international in show jumping with Pierre Durand and was Olympic contender, winner of the Nations Cup and winner of puissance competitions. With Uriel and Ibrahim, sire of Almé Z, Cullinan de Borget B also has exceptional jumping sires in the back generations. He is descended from the not very widespread thoroughbred family 32, which however has a high value in French performance breeding. The important sport horse and top sire Dollar du Murier/Eric Navet (FRA) comes from this family. Another top-class sport horse with the same damline is the licensed stallion Rahotep De Toscane/Philippe Rozier.



She is staight off the farm and ready to break in anticipation of a sport career where we are sure she will succeed.