16.1hh / Brood Mare / 2009


Y.O.B 2009


2009 | 16.1hh | Brood Mare | Black | KWPN

  • SIRE – Diarado

  • DAM SIRE – Concorde

  • BLOODLINES – Diamant De Semilly, Le Tot De Semilly, Corrado I, Voltaire, Purioso

Absolutely stunning mare with an incredible pedigree, littered with 1.60 jumpers on both sides. By the highly sought after Diarado, son of the legendary world no.1 showjumping sire Diamant De Semilly, out of a Concorde mare!  

Purchased at Brightwells Starts of the future sale as a 3 year old. Selected for the 4yo style & performance Final at Scope & finalist at the 4yo Final at Addington, she showed huge promise as a young horse.

However due to other priorities, she has only been to a limited amount of shows over the years and after being bought back into work recently it became apparent that she has sadly suffered a soft tissue injury. This unfortunatley means she can’t currently be ridden and so due to her invaluable proven bloodlines we think she would now be best suited as a broodmare.

She has some of the best Showjumping bloodlines available and showed top potential as a young horse. 

She is a lovely mare, full of quality and paddock sound. Had a full set of clean x-rays as a 3yo and recent clean x-rays of the injury which are completely OCD and chip free. Although she hasn’t had a foal yet, Im sure with all her quality and her outstanding pedigree she would produce some very exciting foals for the future. 

She comes form a top mother line. Her brother United (G and C Sonny) ridden by Rodrigo Pessoa 1.60 level! and other siblings competing 1.45 – 1.60 & have the highest predicates. Absolutely stunning stamp of a sports horse. Same home since a 3yo. 5* home important. 

Price Band A – £0 – £5000





For her full family history, visit horsetelex


DAM : NIMF Elite, D-OC, Prest, Pref

Concorde x Purioso

Elf comes from a strong motherline. Her dam Nimf has numerous offspring jumping upto 1.60 level and has been awarded the following prdicates…


The highest predicate that a mare can obtain by the KWPN in the area of conformation and health. A  mare with this predicate is part of an exclusive group of very high quality mares. A breeder with an elite mare has a genetically healthy mare, with an above average conformation and talent for the sport.


Passed DNA / X-rays to show that they are free from hereditary OCD


This indicates the power of inheritance of a mare with respect to sport. This predicate is also of great value to a broodmare. It means that her offspring performs well in the sport. To achieve this predicate, a mare with a maximum of three descendants must achieve a minimum of five points according to the system explained on the page score for Prestatie predicate. A mare with, for example, two descendants at Z-jumping with winning points and one having five winning points in M-jumping, has exactly five points and is therefore eligible for the Prestatie predicate


When a mare has achieved the predicate preferent, this means that her offspring has performed well at the inspection. This is an important predicate for a broodmare, because a preferent mare has proven to deliver offspring with a good conformation and the necessary talent for the sport. If at least three of her direct offspring have achieved the predicate ster, keur or elite at an inspection or if they are appointed for a second round viewing at the KWPN-Stallion Show, the mare has deserved the preferent predicate. A descendant registered as an approved stallion in a studbook acknowledged by the KWPN does also count for the preferent status of his mother.


Concorde comes from very strong jumping lines on both sides. Sire of this stallion, who in jumping circles is known as Olympic Concorde, is the impressive dominant breeding stallion Voltaire, who via his sire Furioso II and Gotthard is bred to perform. Voltaire is the number 2 in the World Breeding Rankings for Showjumping Sires in 1996. Voltaire, through the performances of his offspring, stands very high in both the dressage and jumping indexes. Due to his high ranking position, Voltaire was given the ‘keur’ and ‘preferen’ predicates at a very early age. Concorde’s dam, Flyer, is by the legendary Marco Polo, one of the most influential Dutch stallions in breeding and jumping with representatives such as: Irco Polo, Pybalia, Marius, Orpheus, Mr LA, Pierrot and Recruut.

Flyer is related to the international jumper Vivaldi, which under Melanie Smith was speed horse of the Year in 1980. Flyer produced at least 6 (inter)national jumpers. Concorde was himself an international jumper with Jos Lansink. They won the Grand Prix of Nordrhein-Westfalen at Aken and they were Champion of the Netherlands in 1994, 2nd in the Grand Prix of Amsterdam, 2nd Darmstadt, 2nd Lanaken, 2nd Helsinki and 2nd Gothenburg. The last three years Concorde was the sire with the most offspring at the World Breeding Championships for young horses. The preferent Concorde has proved himself to be an absolute top sire of international sporthorses. His offspring Audi’s Jikke, Kathja, Conquest II, Larino, Viktor and Isabella proved themselves at the very top at Grand Prix level (1.60 m.) and World Cup jumping. In the Grand Prix of Rotterdam 3 from the top 8, had Concorde to thank as their sire. At the World Cup final at Las Vegas had 4 offspring in the finals. Concorde was the youngest stallion ever to be awarded preferent, due to his endless list of national and international children. Concorde was elected Horse of the Year in 2004 and is the highest ranked KWPN stallion in the top ten of the WBFSH.


Nimf has numerous progeny jumping 1.45-1.60 level

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United III (G and C Sonny) Ridden by Rodrigo Pessoa

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Alou Jumping 1.45

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Diamant De Semilly x Corrado I

The highest-ranked jumping stallion in Germany, and he impresses with exemplary ease at the jump, with superior scope, a willingness to perform that is second to none, manoeuvrability and intelligence; attributes that are necessary for today’s technical courses.


Diarado has won several show-jumping classes; in 2010 he won the qualifier at the Bundeschampionship with a mark of 9.3, and in the final, he won the Bronze medal (with two marks of 9.0). To date, he has regularly been highly placed at advanced level, and came third in the CSI3* Grand Prix at Dobrock.


Diamant de Semilly topped the WBFSH Sire Rankings for the second time in 2016, having been inside the top ten since 2012. During his career, he was French national champion and WEG team gold medallist in 2002, and European team silver medallist in 2003. His offspring include Quickly Du Kreisker (FEI World Number One 2015), Don VHP Z (winner of the Rome GCT), Utamaro D’Ecaussines (member of British Nations Cup squad), Hello Guv’nor (winner Aachen 2016), and Helidor Hybris, who jumped national grand prix as a 7-year-old. Diamant de Semilly is known for his utstanding power, suppleness and balance.


Combined in his dam´s pedigree are Corrado I, Contender, Lord and Ramiro; four absolutely top sires in one line. Corrado I alone, internationally successful with Franke Sloothaak, has a progeny lifetime earnings sum of €3.8million, while Contender’s record is at €10.3million. Diarado stems from the Holstein dam line 318d2, from which come more than 50 licensed stallions, among them Corofino I and II, Coriano, Crawford, Chello I-III, the licensing champion Camiros and a multitude of international sport horses.


His offspring are marked by their beautiful, correct conformation, with excellent rideability, strong movement and with a lot of scope; they are much sought-after at numerous auctions. To date, 50 sons are licensed, among them numerous premium sires including Diarado’s Boy, De Quidam, Don Diarado and Dicontinus. The Oldenburg Stallion Days in 2013 in Vechta were a festival for Diarado; De Quidam was champion jumping stallion and sold for €115,000 euros to Westphalia. Diarado’s Boy was the top price at €450,000 at the AOS-auction in 2011 and proclaimed the main premium winner. Diarado’s daughter Jurwina was champion mare at Rastede’s Schlosspark in 2013, whil ein 2017 his son Diego de Semilly was the Holstein state champion. A number of his offspring qualified for the Bundeschampionat and were placed in the finals. In 2016, his son DJ was vice-champion of five-year-old show-jumping horses in Germany and a high proportion of Diarado’s offspring from his first crop have reached high level over the last few years; 22 of them have won or been placed at advanced level. In 2013, Diarado was number one of the FN show jumping breeding value estimation and since then, he has securely maintained his position in the top group.                                       

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