At the 2018 Zangersheide fall stallion approval, this promising horse named Quickly van de Hagenhorst left no doubt about his jumping talent and therefore earned his breeding licence. Under saddle, the four-year-old son of the highly acclaimed Grand Prix stallion Quickly de Kreisker also excels with his light-footed movement and enormous scope. The Holsteiner-bred stallion possesses all the traits needed to become a horse for the elite sport. He is from Otto-Boje Schoof’s very successful breeding program and is therefore closely related to numerous international show jumpers. His dam Z-Caretana, for example, is a half-sister to the international 1.55m show jumper C T (s.Casall) with whom Hugo Simon achieved many victories. Quickly van de Hagenhorst’s granddam Klaudia is a half-sister to the 1.50m horse Carl der Grosse 4 (s.Carolus I), ridden by Pedro Yrigoyen, and can also be found in the second generation of this pedigree behind Nick Novak’s 1.50m trump card Climbus (s.Cartani), among others. Quickly van de Hagenhorst’s pedigree unites this top family with the French phenomenon Quickly de Kreisker (ridden by Abdelkebir Ouaddar), whose oldest offspring are at the beginning of their international career.
Quickly de Kreisker
|Diamant de Semilly||Le tot de Semilly|
|Venise des Cresles|
|Briseis D' Helby||Laudanum XX|
|Nika du Nevada|