KWPN recognizes the Grand Prix stallion Nespresso
The Grand Prix stallion Nespresso has been nominated for recognition. The General Board has formalized the recognition request of this son of Negro. The stallion from Van Olst Horses recently made his international Grand Prix debut.
The son of the preferent Negro (out of Zwyrintha keur pref prest IBOP-dres by Tenerife VDL) was bred by R. van Erp from Oss. Zwyrintha is also the mother of the United States-based Grand Prix horse Irintha (by Everdale), the Small Tour Horse Golden Queen (by Charmeur), and the Z2-level horse Hyrintha (by Negro). Nespresso’s full brother Lionell VE, performed well in the Pavo Cup with Charlotte Fry and is now competing successfully in FEI tests for seven-year-olds in the United States. Grandmother Kyrintha (by Flemmingh) has also produced the Small Tour horse Walthero (by Farrington).
Charlotte Fry recently rode the fourteen-year-old Nespresso in the international Grand Prix in Jardy, France, where the pair achieved a score of 77.08% in the freestyle and got second place. Nespresso was assigned for the performance test as a young stallion.
Nespresso meets the radiological requirements set by the KWPN. The genomic breeding value and the exterior assessment do not create any concerns. Nespresso has a genomic breeding value of 100 (with 48% reliability). He is not a carrier of the WFFS gene.
Photo Nespresso: Van Olst Horses