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Pedigree-Sires Information



Mantovani, Richman's sire, is a son of the internationally prominent French stallion Quattro (Qredo Paul Strasbourg - Galoubet A - Alme). His dam, Brieka, also delivered, in conjunction with Voltaire, other approved stallions including Iron and Guido.  Gelderse from this famous family also produced the approved KWPN stallions Boston , Dublin and Obrecht.  

Mantovani stands out for his beautiful exterior and fantastic movements.  The son of Mantovani, Richman, has been approved in Denmark .  There are already 5 promising dressage talents exported.  Mantovani is a very strong producer in both dressage and jumping.  He is an all-rounder par excellence.


Richman's Paternal Grandsire


Click photo below for video of Quattro  

Quattro is a double talent as shown by the official breeding index, where he scores 144 in jumping (95% security) and 125 in dressage (96% security). Quattro remarkably had two offspring qualified for the Olympics in Athens 2004; Quando Quando for dressage and Oliver Q for jumping! Quicksilber won the gold medal at Lanaken in 2005 with the Spanish rider Manuel Fernandeze Saro and Suzie Quattro with Luciana Diniz and Quanta Costa from Rolf-Goran Bengtsson both jumped successfully in 2005.

Quattro is a son of the Selle Francais stallion Qredo de Paulstra, winner of the Grand Prix of Bordeaux. Qredo was sired by the legendary Galoubet, which two times won World Cup Qualifiers and produced international jumpers such as Quick Star and Quatoubet de Rouet. Grandfather Alme is even more famous with his offspring Jalisco B. and I Love You. At the other side of Qredo we find Furioso xx; father of Lutteur (Gold Medalist Tokyo) and Le Tyroll; father of Rocket of Janou Lefebvre.



Quattro himself is out of the famous line of Kermesse. Quattro was 2nd in the Performance Test at Medingen with a high score of 130 points. In 1994 he was Reserve Champion of the Oldenburg Korung, based on his performance test and his first offspring.






Quattro jumped very well in 1996 with his rider Gilbert Bockmann and they won more than 20 1.30 courses through the summer. Quattro also jumped in the international circuit successfully, including second in the Grand Prix of Emsburen, Kiel and Bremen . He was also successful in Caen , Leeuwarden , Berlin , Munich and Geneva .






His first offspring show spectacular gaits. They also inherited Quattro's beautiful type and free jump very well. Since 1997 Quattro has more than 10 approved sons; Quando Quando, Quantes, Quatier Latin, Quell Charmeur, etc. Quattro's offspring Quando Quando, Much Ado and Quantum Tyme are famous in Grand Prix dressage.



Richman's Maternal Grandsire

Zeoliet, Richman's damsire, is by the modern breeding stallion Ramiro, who has earned the designation Euro-stallion. Ramiro is  the sire of several approved stallions in  Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands and sire of international performers such as: Donau, Ramzes, Almox Rosella, Rinnetou Z, Ramiro's son, Rolex, Zamira, Ratina Z , etc. 

Zeoliet's dam Sargab was declared "preferent" at the age of 10, which made her the youngest "prestatie" mare in the Netherlands . Sargab produced the Z-level dressage horses Wirbeleau and Bauxiet. The dam's sire is the thoroughbred Abgar, one of the most influential Dutch sporthorse producers (e.g. Ommen, Jabgar, Treffer and Valeur). Tenth place in the breeding index demonstrates the importance of Abgar in Dutch breeding. Furthermore, on the dam's side we find the mare A.Gonnie (by Nimrod) who descends from a strong Groninger line including Majesteit and Hendrik.

Zeoliet was a great success at the performance test at Ermelo with 9.2 for dressage, a 9.9 for jumping under the saddle and 9.5 for free jumping. Zeoliet has been successful in the National Stallion Competition and he went extraordinarily well in ZZ dressage with Roger Schulkens. 

The offspring of Zeoliet seem to have inherited his magnificent qualities. Zeoliet is high on the dressage index and on the jumping index. In 1995 Zeoliet was in 12th place at the World Breeding Ranking for Showjumping sires. 

The international showjumper Escado with Stefan Lauber who won the Team Gold Medal at the European Championships in 1995 is by Zeoliet and also Easyboy with Laura Balisky who became 3rd in the Grand Prix of Calgary Canada is by Zeoliet. 

There is a long list of horses by Zeoliet that perform well in both dressage and jumping.