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PL Guinness received an excellence award during the 2024 NZWA assessment tour

Sire - Grandorado TN NOP

Grandorado TN is one of the greatest talents of the G-year of the KWPN. In the KWPN Performance. His unlimited scope and power, Grandorado inherited from his sire Eldorado van de Zeshoek, a son of Clinton which jumps at the highest level with Willem Greve.

Dam Charmieque adds extra reflexes and quality and is now classified at 1.45m level after she scored 83 points in a mare performance test of the KWPN. Grandsire Carolus II jumped at Grand Prix level with both Thomas Voss and Schuyler Riley and has produced many international jumpers. Great-grandsire Baloubet du Rouet is also of top-class level, being a top sire and winner of three World Cup Finals and Olympic gold with Rodrigo Pessoa.

Grandorado TN won, as a seven-year-old, a silver medal at the world championship in Lanaken and won the Youngster Cup in Neumünster several months later. In 2020 he won the Grand Prix of CSI de Peelbergen and Den Bosch. Additionally, he made his World Cup debut and he competed in his first Global Champions Tour.

Grandorado’s son Le Quircky was the champion of the performance test with 88 points. Love the Vie came second in the Dutch Championship. Magnifique TS was second in the four-year-old class during the Dutch championship. Besides, his offspring have achieved successes during many inspections, IBOP tests, mare tests, and free jumping competitions

PL Guinness

Grandorado TN NOP x Escudo I

2022 NZWB Black/Brown Colt


Sire: Grandorado TN NOP

Dam Sire - Escudo I

Champion of the 1994 Stallion Performance Test, Escudo 1 gained the highest jumping score. The phenomenal jumping ability was already discovered at the licensing in 1993, and after positive training and development, this black achieved in all other test criteria an evaluation also much above average. His is of outstanding type and expression, and well muscled. Escudo 1’s ability was developed by Joachim Winter, enabling him to win show jumper horse competitions in series. In 1996 he was Hanoverian show jumping champion of the 5 yo at the Dobrock tournament and equal federal vice champion in Warendorf with the Holstein horse Levantos 11. In 1999 he was winner of several show jumping competitions at S level. Escudo himself managed the breakthrough into advanced class without a hitch, gaining numerous first placements.

Offspring of Escudo 1 are quite extraordinary with particularly good type and outstanding basic movements.

Dam: Essence 

Sire: Grandorado TN NOP

Sire: Grandorado TN NOP

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