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Qlassic Bois Margot has an impressive pedigree composed of a World Champion, an Olympic medalist, a European Champion and a World Cup finalist. It's thus no wonder that Qlassic Bois Margot became known for his scope, attitude and big heart! Under Simon Delestre he won several five star Grand Prix's and his oldest offspring are already doing the same!
Fantôme himself is not yet old enough to jump at the highest level, but under the saddle of Robinson Maupiler he managed to qualify effortlessly for the final of the Belgian Championship for 6-year-old horses. He also jumped flawlessly in that final and immediately convinced us to introduce Fantôme at Woodland's.
'Orshof' blood flows through Fantôme's veins on his mother's side, which makes him related to Hadja van Orshof, who can be seen at the highest level in America under Kelli Cruccioti Vanderveen, and Killer Babe van Orshof, who in turn jumps at 1m60 level with Thomas Rebotton. Fakir van Orshof, who jumps at 1m50 level with Matteo Zamana, also comes out of this dam line, just like Chivas van Orshof, who is active at 1m50 level, ridden by Diego Porres Solis.
Further away in this dam line we see an impressive list of 1m60 jumping horses such as Grupo Prom Barola (Jose Alfredo Hernandez Ortega), Cavarola (Christopher Surbey), Ticannaf (Reiko Takeda), Da Vinci (Phillip Miller) and Ennio (Fernando Sarasola). In short, with Fantôme the power is certainly guaranteed!