WANDER VAN HEISTE

FIRST DAM IS THE HALF SISTER OF KOSS VAN HEISTE, 1M60 SHOWJUMPER, BWP MARELINE 110
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PEDIGREE HIGHLIGHTS

Wander van Heiste is gifted with coveted performance blood. It all starts with his sire, the BWP elite stallion Triomphe de Muze, himself a son of the showjumping and breeding phenomenon Chin Chin (6th place at the Olympic Games in Seoul, 1988). Triomphe lived up to his name in international showjumping world. This descendant of the BWP dam line 37 has won several 3* Grands Prix and performed at the highest level, including World Cup classes. Triomphe produced dozens of top international showjumpers, such as Casper de Muze, Arc de Triomphe and Drago.

L’Eau van Heiste, the dam of Wander van Heiste, is by Cooper van de Heffinck, a Caretino son who is highly regarded as a supplier of showjumpers. Just think of the most recent Olympic Games in which Cooper was represented in the individual final with no less than 2 descendants, being Hello Jefferson and Igor van de Wittemoere. The oldest descendant of L’Eau van Heiste, Qian van Heiste, is six years old and already participates in CSIY competitions, under the saddle of Leo Lamb. Hadise van Heiste, Wander’s granddam, completes the picture. She is the dam of the 5* performer Koss van Heiste (Katie Laurie and formerly Conor Swail). Anyone who buys Wander van Heiste may be investing in the new Koss van Heiste (BWP line 110).

Wander van Heiste has a very chic appearance, correct conformation of the legs and correct top line and proportions. The trot is tactful. He canters with a lot of equilibrium and can change easily.

INFORMATION

Date of birth 17-04-2022
Gender Stallion
Color Bay
Studbook BWP

Conditions

Register free for x-rays and reports

PEDIGREE HIGHLIGHTS

Wander van Heiste is gifted with coveted performance blood. It all starts with his sire, the BWP elite stallion Triomphe de Muze, himself a son of the showjumping and breeding phenomenon Chin Chin (6th place at the Olympic Games in Seoul, 1988). Triomphe lived up to his name in international showjumping world. This descendant of the BWP dam line 37 has won several 3* Grands Prix and performed at the highest level, including World Cup classes. Triomphe produced dozens of top international showjumpers, such as Casper de Muze, Arc de Triomphe and Drago.

L’Eau van Heiste, the dam of Wander van Heiste, is by Cooper van de Heffinck, a Caretino son who is highly regarded as a supplier of showjumpers. Just think of the most recent Olympic Games in which Cooper was represented in the individual final with no less than 2 descendants, being Hello Jefferson and Igor van de Wittemoere. The oldest descendant of L’Eau van Heiste, Qian van Heiste, is six years old and already participates in CSIY competitions, under the saddle of Leo Lamb. Hadise van Heiste, Wander’s granddam, completes the picture. She is the dam of the 5* performer Koss van Heiste (Katie Laurie and formerly Conor Swail). Anyone who buys Wander van Heiste may be investing in the new Koss van Heiste (BWP line 110).

Wander van Heiste has a very chic appearance, correct conformation of the legs and correct top line and proportions. The trot is tactful. He canters with a lot of equilibrium and can change easily.

PEDIGREE

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