GENEALOGÍA ( QUIDAM DE REVEL x CARTHAGO Z x LIBERO H )
|QUIDAM DE REVEL||JALISCO B||ALME Z|
|ONDINE DE BAUGY|
|CALOMA Z||CARTHAGO Z||CAPITOL|
|ITOLOMA keur||LIBERO H|
All the world’s top performance pedigree united in one very promising stallion, which connects the proven stallions (Quidam de Revel x Carthago Z x Libero H x Ramiro Z x Lucky Boy xx x Farn x Wagner) to one of the best and strongest Dutch mare lines: the Loma stem. The mother of Quasimodo Z, Caloma Z (pick, elite sports), ran our stable rider Morten Djupvik into the World Cup and various big awards at the age of 8. Quasimodo Z’s father, Quidam de Revel, does not need any more introduction. He more than earned his spurs as an international jumping horse and top breeder. The Loma stem From the well-known Loma stem of Sietse van Dellen we get good sporting horses, excellent inspection horses and many inspected stallions, such as four UTV champions. From the mother line we also got 21 approved stallions such as Furore, Hattrick, Farrington, Liberato I, Liberato II (Benelux foal champion) and the stallion Whistler who was recently inspected at the KWPN. Liberato I and II are full brothers of the grandmother of Quasimodo Z, Itoloma (breeding value jumping 131). From his direct mother line there are as many as 41 horses running on Z level up to international G.P. level, such as Finesse (Emiel Hendrix), Watascha (Albert Voorn), Paloma (Eric van der Vleuten), Stealth Sprenger (Rich Fellers), VDL Jupiter (Ulrich Kirchhoff). This year Sietse van Dellen was declared breeder of the year 2006, also as a result of his breeding success with the Loma stem.
The offspring of Quasimodo Z can be classified as pedigree showing horses with a beautiful head, rich neck and a lot of front, almost always a dark-brown colour and little marks. They run supple through the body and in the free jump they show a lot of quality. There is a great international demand for the offspring of Quasimodo Z. In 2006 the first 4-year-old descendants, out of a population of 12 descendants, appeared in the jumping track. At the finals of the KNHS/KWPN championships for 4-year-old jumping horses they showed that they had the same qualities as their father. Quinto from Bessemeind (Quasimodo Z x Statesmagna) ended on a 6th position and Quiton (Quasimodo Z x Continue) ended on a 12th position, one mistake cost him his second place. Quasimodo Z is the only stallion with 2 descendants in the first 12 positions Every year a number of foals of Quasimodo Z appear on the Dutch auctions, and this makes Quasimodo Z a steady supplier of quality foals. His foals are very uniform and are characterized as long-lined foals with size, appealing heads and supple and elastic movements. At the Z- festival 2005, one of his sons became reserve champion out of a group of 125 stallion foals. We are talking about Quidam B Z (Quasimodo Z x Ramiro Z x Renville) bred by the Bruers family in Alphen). So far, three descendants have been approved for stud service. The first of these stallions is Zento (Quasimodo Z x Caletto II x Liguster) bred by Bessemeind stables from the mother of Cento. This stallion is approved by the Oldenburger studbook/AES and NRPS