Hotspot (Hors La Loi II x Nabab de Reve x For Pleasure x Darco x Chin Chin)
Hot Spot (Hors La Loi II x Nabab de Reve x For Pleasure)
|Year of Birth
|KWPN, AES, NRPS
|Hors La Loi II x Nabab de Reve
|Live Foal Guarantee
Currently available Frozen
Currently competing at 1.45m level
Mathijs van Asten and Hotspot was Runner-up in the final of the KWPN Stallion Competition Class Z in Den Bosch. They showed a fantastic 1st round and a fast jump-off. Hotspot has quality, reflexes, attitude and power. Hotspot also showed his qualities with the 7-year-old show jumpers during the Winter Masters in De Peelbergen.
Winner of 6 & & Year Old Final at Valkenswaard https://www.topsinternationalarena.com/en/news/201...
Hotspot makes a very good impression nationally at 1.30m level under his regular rider Mathijs van Asten.
- Winner Final Competition Den Bosch 5-year-old stallions 2017
- Winner Stallion Competition 4-year-old stallions 2016
From his first small year a Hotspot x Quidam de revel designated for the 2nd viewing. His children jump with a lot of scope.
KWPN: Hotspot is a genetically interesting stallion who can add rideability and attitude to show jumping horse breeding! Son of the performance breeder and stallion Hors La Loi II.
- Mother Hermione de la Pomme competed to 1.45 m
- The grandmother of this promising, super jumping stallion is the well-known mare Sauterelle de la Pomme, daughter of For Pleasure, who was presented at a competition by the French rider Patrice Delaveau.
Dam of the GP horse:
- Tramp de la Pomme v. Vigo d'Arsouilles
- 2nd World Cup Final Las Vegas 2015
- + 5 offspring that are already Z-jumping and higher.
- The full sister of Sauterelle de la Pomme is also the mother of the Dutch Champion 2016 Go Easy de Muze from Frank Schuttert.
- Great-grandmother is none other than the Darco mare Narcotique de Muze II, who performed internationally under Canadian top rider Eric Lamaze.
Dam of the GP horses:
- Sauterelle de la Pomme v. For Pleasure
- Querlybet Hero v. Baloubet du Rouet
- Loro Piana Boyante de Muze v. Kashmir van Schuttershof
- Giovani de la Pomme v. Shindler de Muze
- Farfelu de la Pomme v. Vigo d'Arsouilles
- Sea Cost Ferly v. Calato
- Great-great-grandam Qerly Chin was successfully ridden at GP level by the Swiss rider Christophe Barbeau.
Dam of the GP horses:
- Narcotique de Muze II v. Darco
- Narcotique de Muze IV v. Quidam de Revel
- Merveille de Muze v. Nabab de Reve
- Orly Chin de Muze v. Espri
- Werly Chin de Muze v. Nabab de Reve
- Walloon de Muze v. Nabab de Reve
- Walnut de Muze v. Nabab de Reve
Official KWPN Research Report:
Hotspot is an honest stallion with a more than sufficient to good attitude. The stallion has more than sufficient willingness to work and is good to ride. The walk has sufficient to more than sufficient scope. The trot has sufficient to more than sufficient scope and suppleness. The canter is light-footed, has more than sufficient to good balance and has good scope but somewhat in the forehand. Hotspot has a more than sufficient posture and a more than sufficient to good balance in motion. Hotspot jumps with a good take-off and good to very good reflexes. The stallion jumps with a varying technique of the foreleg, with a good bascule and usually finishes the jump well behind. Hotspot seems careful and shows a lot of power.
Honest, reliable stallion, easy going and calm in the stable.
KWPN Breeding Advice:
Hotspot is a genetically interesting stallion that can add rideability to show jumping horse breeding.
Fee £950 with Live Foal Guarantee
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