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Fetiche Du Pas - Le Tot De Semilly - Alme - Caretino - Coriander

Colour: Grey

Height: 166cm (16.3 Hands)

Date of Birth: 12/11/2011

This mare is by the Selle Francais stallion, Fetiche Du Pas. She is a very striking, leggy horse with a superb character. Fifi has shown super ability, coming from her great depth of performance in her pedigree.

She began her training and dressage work with Tanita Bartley and then moved on and began her show jumping competition and training with David Goodwin, jumping at WASJA, Brook Lea and Yalambi in Western Australia. When David moved to the eastern states it was an obvious decision to move Fifi as well. He competed her at Aquis in 2018 placing her in 4 out of 5 classes and holding her own as a 6yo against some amazing horses.

Later on David gave the ride to Maddi Stephen. Maddi competed Fifi in the 2018 NSW Show Jumping Championships placing 7th out of 79. Maddi also rode Fifi at the 2018 Australian Jumping Championships and came second in the Pommery Future Stars Final 1.40 – 1.50m as a 6 year old.

David Cameron took over the reins from Maddi in late 2019. He has competed her at Tamworth Indoor show and then jumped her at the State Titles in Canberra where she won two classes. They also competed together at the Australian Championships in Sydney.

Her training has continued with events at Willinga Park and Sydney Jump Club through out 2020.


Sire: Fetiche Du Pas is by the stallion, Le Tot de Semilly (winner of 22 International and 63 National Grand Prix’s) and goes back to the immortal Almé (his dams Sire) who still influences showjumping horses today. Fetiche competed at the highest level and the qualities of his progeny are outstanding. He was Reserve Champion of France as a 4 year old and classified "Elite". In 2000, he won two International Grand Prix’s as a 7 year old in Dinard and Saint-Laurent, Paris. Following a road accident, he stopped his high-level career prematurely in 2002. He resumed competition in 2003 and was Champion of Picardy under the saddle of Romain Marteau, then pre-selected for the European Championships Young Riders in 2004.

Dam: Noblewood Park Charlie has produced an exceptional foal every time for Bensons Sport Horses including Bensons Vertigo, Bensons Verismo, Bensons Quicksilver, and Bensons Quantum Leap. Charlie’s Dam Cadence is a German state premium imported Holstein mare, from the number one dam line - Holsteiner Stamm 776. Stamm 776 has produced many famous International show jumping horses, including Calvados I and II, Acorado, Lordanos and the world class Ramiro. Cadence is by Coriander, a sire that was known for producing very rideable horses with exceptional movement with quiet minds. Coriander sired 11 State Premium mares, three Verband Premium mares, and five licensed sons: Calambo, Cameron, Chagallo, Coleman and Corlino.


Femme Fatale’s maternal Great Grand Sire, Caretino, is one of Germany’s top stallions, producing horses that excelled in both the dressage and jumping rings.   He died at the age of 28 and had produced 650 offspring that were registered for competition with the German FN. At the time of his death, Caretino offspring had earned more than 3 million Euros.                       



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