Stallions: Sport Horse
2002 KWPN Liver Chestnut - 16.1 h / 1.65 m
|Owner:||Jay Jay Rogers||
|Breeder:||H Van Steenbergen, Netherlands|
Jay Jay Rogers
6670 267th Street
Canada V4W 3L8
|Stable:||Gloucester Downs Equestrian Park|
|Tel:||Farm: 604 607-5007 Cell:604 219-8501|
|Stud Fee:||$1800 Canadian fresh and chilled, frozen $500 (no LFG for frozen)|
|Semen:||Fresh, chilled and frozen|
|Licensed:||Rheinland Pfalz-Saar International and Canadian Warmblood|
Beautiful Imported Stallion
Vaust S, 2002 KWPN competition proven Grand Prix stallion has been purchased to stand at Gloucester Downs Equestrian Park. His first season here will be 2016, but his offspring are already competing and winning in Holland. He had several foal crops before he left in 2009 and one gelding even won the coveted Longines watch in his class in Hong Kong. They all show strong jumper talents and take you to the fences with the same carefulness and scope 1.30-1.40m and moving up.
Vaust S placed 2nd the the 2008 Dutch 6 year old jumping finals and has continued his competition success up to 1.60m and top FEI placing.
Vaust S breeds in the desire to jump and is continuing the "tradition of influence" in show jumping left by his legendary bloodlines including:
Furioso II, grandsire, was approved for the Oldenburg studbook in 1967 and later was approved for Hanover, Rhineland, Hessen and Westfalia. For over 10 years, Furioso II was ranked in the top three sires of leading money winners in Germany and had winners in all disciplines, particularly influential in dressage.
Ramiro Z an international performer himself under Fritz Ligges, influenced nearly all European Performance Studbooks. His sire, Ramzes stood at the Holstein Verband to refine the heavy warmblood horses of the area and was an immediate success as a sire producing international jumpers and dressage horses.
Nimmerdor the KWPN stallion of the 20th Century, also produced champions in both advanced dressage and international jumping, siring many exceptional broodmares and daughters. Nimmerdor successfully competed in many World Cups and International Competitions. Vaust's own dam Cleopatra has produced multiple Grand Prix competitors, including Vaust's full sister who competed with Laura Kraut. Vaust S reminds you of his grandsire Furioso II in both looks and deportment. The striking difference is that Vaust has 4 even white stockings that hit the middle joint on each leg.
Vaust S is approved stallion Book 1 RPSI Rheinland Pfalz-Saar for 2016 and also Canadian Warmblood.
Discounts available for competition proven mares 1.30m + and competition proven Fourth level + dressage