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PL Flower Bomb

PL Flowerbomb as a yearling

Dam Sire - Euro Sport Centavos

ES Centavos is a 1.60m International show jumper by Escudo I.   Approved for Hanoverian, Oldenburg, SBS and NZWB studbooks. 

In New Zealand ES Centavos has won the majority of the major Show Jumping titles, including the prestigious Silver Fern Stakes and the Bostock Olympic Cup.  Later in 2015 ES Centavos traveled to Florida with his rider Claudia Hay to compete in the Furusiyya Nations Cup in Ocala.

Dam: Early Bird & PL Flower Bomb

PL Flower Bomb has the infamous Escudo I on both her Sire Lines and Dam Sire Lines. Escudo I is the Grand Sire of Starpower TN.'

Petticoat Lane Performance Horses
PL Flower Bomb

PL Diamond in the Rough (Starpower TN x Lansing) x Centavos x Voltaire II

DOB 22.12.2020 Filly- Grey

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Sire - PL Diamond in the Rough

Grand Sire - Starpower TN

Thanks to Starpower TN, Germany’s best genetics are available to breeders! Ridden by Eva Bitter, sire Stakkato was among Germany's best horses for years and his offspring have excelled too. Just to mention some of Stakkato’s world-famous offspring: Spartacus TN, Souvenir, Satisfaction I, Filou de Muze and many other Grand Prix showjumpers. Grandsire Escudo I has also proven to be a valuable sire in Germany and Starpower’s dam 'Enjoy' is no less than the full sister to El Paso, who jumped at international level with both Markus Beerbaum and Daniel Heuer. Additionally, dam Enjoy produced Cian O’Connor’s rising star Saphir and the international showjumper Pegasus Athleta. Granddam Wyoming jumped at 1.40m and is the full sister of Grand Prix dressage stallion Frambeau and the aunt of Imke Schellekens-Bartels’ legenday Olympic Sunrise.

Starpower TN became the champion of both the 70-day test in Prüssendorf as the KWPN Performance Test. Starpower was approved by the KWPN with a score of 87 points, including a 9 for reflexes, rideability, attitude and talent as a showjumper. Later on, Starpower TN and Hanno Ellerman jumped successfully in all the young horse competitions, and ridden by Zoï Snels, Starpower TN made his international 1.40m debut last year. At the World Championships in Lanaken for 7-year-olds, Starpower TN showed his enormous scope and potential for the major Grand Prix level.

Starpower’s oldest offspring catch the eye with their scope and easy way of jumping and out of his first crop, already two sons were invited for the second round of the KWPN Stallion Selections.

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