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Via his sire Vleut, the stallion De Vleut is a grandson of Quick Star (sired by Galoubet A). Quick Star caused a furore in the international showjumping world. He won, for instance, the Grand Prix of Maastricht, Mannheim, Munich, Aachen, finished second in the World Cup in Helsinki, second in the World Cup in Oslo, and several other outstanding performances. In the WBFSH ranking for the best suppliers of showjumping horses Quick Star is ranked third. Via his dam line Vleut inherited the best jumping performance blood of Cantus – the Caletto I son best known as sire of legendary jumpers such as Come On (under the saddle of H.R.H. Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein), Calvaro (with Willi Melliger) and Canturo (with Brazilian rider Bernardo Alves). For several years, Jikke, Vleut’s grandmother, collected international ribbons over the highest courses in the world in partnership with Eric van der Vleuten. Ridden by Maikel van der Vleuten, Vleut was already successful as a youngster. In 2011 Edwina Alexander started to write the sequel to Vleut’s success story by performing in international showjumping competitions at 1m50 to 1m60 level.

Via his dam Unlimit, the promising De Vleut goes back to Dutch breeding family 1877 (dam line 247). Out of this family several outstanding international jumpers have been born, such as Orlando Woodfield Poco Loco (sire: Ircolando) and Kilde (sire: Goodtimes). Zinnia, the great-grandmother of Unlimit, is also the dam of international performers Dannyboy (sire: Lucky Boy xx) and Maistro-T (sire: Libero H). De Vleut’s grandmother is a daughter of Libero H (sire: Landgraf I). Ridden by Jos Lansink, Libero H celebrated victories and honourable placings in international Grand Prix, World Cup classes, and the World Championship in Stockholm (1990).



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