An athlete bursting with power, with the very best sporting attributes and highly exclusive genetics. On the occasion of his licensing in Redefin, Orient Gold set off to superior heights in the free jumping lane round after round and turned the selection level free jumping into a demonstration of his ability. The statuesque chestnut also scores with a solid, correct foundation, a perfectly constructed topline and a movement that is clearly above average for a show jumper.
Orient Gold is the only breeding active licensed son of the world class stallion Orientexpress outside of France. Orientexpress was one of the most successful horses of his generation. With Patrice Delaveau he won team and individual silver at the World Equestrian Games in Caen 2014, won the Nations Cup Final in Barcelona and the 5* Grand Prix in Falsterbo, La Baule and Helsinki. Orientexpress, on the other hand, is a son of Quick Star, who celebrated great successes in the show jumping ring with Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum and sired exceptional horses such as Nick Skelton's individual Olympic champion Big Star. No less valuable is Orientexpress' dam Kamtchatka. The daughter of the line founder Le Tôt de Semilly produced two more licensed sons and a total of four internationally successful show jumpers. She is also the maternal half-sister of the well-known stallion Dollar de la Pierre, who won team gold at the 2002 World Championships in Jerez as Tlaloc M under Reynald Angot.
Orient Gold's dam Carlotta descends from Cornet Obolensky, who was European Team Champion under Marco Kutscher and is one of the most sought-after stallions in the world. The granddam Piazza is a direct daughter of the Westphalian breeding hero Pilot. Piazza himself was able to win show jumping competitions in series and later also achieved placings in advanced (S) level. Pilot is followed by Zeus and First Gotthard, two important stallions of the traditional Vorwerk station with a large proportion of French noble blood in their pedigree. The mare line has been successfully cultivated for generations at the Drewes breeding station (Brakel) with a clear focus on jumping performance. Orient Gold's third dam Zamina produced four offspring placed in advanced (S) level show jumping competitions and is at the base of eight other, mostly internationally advanced (S) level successful show jumpers, including the 1.60m horses Ajayeb (Neal Fearon), Capital Look at Me D (Nicole Horwood) and Arpeggi (Brooke Kemper).
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|Orientexpress||Quick Star||Galoubet A||v. Alme|
|Stella||v. Nithard AA|
|Kamtchatka||La Tot de Semilly||v. Grand Veneur|
|Loripierre||v. Foudre de Guerre|
|Carlotta||Cornet Obolensky||Clinton||v. Corrado I|
|Rabanna van Costersveld||v. Heartbreaker|