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Embryo Ta Belle van Sombeke (Toulon x Rubens du Ri d'Asse)

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Sire Toulon needs little explanation. The stallion jumped successfully at the highest level himself under the saddle of Hubert Bourdy. Together they won the CSI5* Grand Prix of Sao Paulo and they finished second in the CSIO5* Grand Prix of Spruce Meadows. In addition to his sportive performance, Toulon is also very interesting in terms of breeding, being a son of Heartbreaker. It is therefore no surprise that Toulon's offspring excel in contemporary sport! Just look at Vancouver de Lanlore, Jumpy van de Hermitage, Just a Gamble, PSG Final, Living the Dream, Bijou Orai,…

Dam Quasibelle du Seigneur also proved to be of great value in the sport! She is the dam of Oak Grove’s Heartfelt, who jumps at 1m60 level under the saddle of Harm Lahde, Arac du Seigneux, who jumps at 1m60 level with Christian Ahlmann and Vivald’ick, who jumps at 1m50 level with Ivo Biessen. In addition, Quasibelle is the grandmother of Cardino du Seigneur (CSI 1m60 - Daisuke Fukushima), Oak Grove's Americana (CSI 1m50 - Harm Lahde) and Derby du Seigneur (CSI 1m50 - José Thiry).

But it doesn't stop there! Quasibelle du Seigneur is also a daughter of Ta Belle van Sombeke, who was seen at the highest level under Jos Lansink. That means that Quasibelle is also a half-sister of Glock's London (CSI 1m60 - Gerco Schröder), Pikap (CSI 1m60 - Billy Twomey), Casimir de la Pomme (CSI 1m60 - Alexandros Fourlos), Golden Hawk (CSI 1m60 - Shane Breen), Taran de la Pomme (CSI 1m55 - Karline de Brabander), Dabelle (CSI 1m55 - Niels Kersten), Wabelle de Muze (CSI 1m50 - Damien Haelterman) and a few others. Also the 1m60 showjumping horses VDL Groep Euraka (CSI 1m60 - Maikel van der Vleuten), Jeleena de Muze (CSI 1m60 - Lauren Tisbo), Quabelle (CSI 1m60 - Blythe Karolyi), Ratina Kervec (CSI 1m60 - Tony Cadet) and Haxelle Dampierre (CSI 1m60 - Perre Jarry) are closely related to this embryo.

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