International winner with JC van Geenberghe, 10th in the individual (1.60m) at the Olympic Games in Beijing.
5th CSI-A 2002 La Coruña (ESP) (1.60m);
2nd CSIO5* 2005 - Nations Cup 2005 Lummen (BEL) (1.60m);
10th CSI-W 2003 Leipzig (GER) (1.60m);
1st CSIO5* 2005 - Grand Prix 2005 Dublin (IRL) (1.60m);
3rd CSIO5* 2005 - Nations Cup 2005 Dublin (IRL) (1.60m),La Baule and Rome,
3rd CSI3* 2006 - Grand Prix 2006 Porto (POR) (1.50m);
7th CSIO5* 2006 Aachen (GER) (1.60m);
3rd CSI3* 2007 - Grand Prix 2007 Arezzo (ITA) (1.50m);
1st CSI2* 2008 - Grand Prix 2008 Moorsele (BEL) (1.45m);
1st CSI4* 2008 - Grand Prix 2008 Vilamoura (POR) (1.60m);
10th Hong Kong (CHN) 2008 Beijing Olympic Games-S (1.60m);
He took part in the European Championships of Donaueschingen and Mannheim.
Winner Nations Cup CSIO5* in Helsinki,
6th CSIO5* in Aachen, Hickstead and Rotterdam,
Winner 6 barres class CSIO5* in Dublin;
2nd 6 barres CSIO4* in HanoverWinner
GP CSIO5* in Dublin,
CSI4* in Vilamoura,
4th GP CSI-W in Moscow,
4th GP CSI4* in Bourg en Bresse,
GP CSIO5* in Gijon,
GP CSI-W in Oslo,
5th GP CSI5* in Deauville.
Pavarotti van de Helle,
“Elite Ambassador” BWP, Sire of winners in the 3 disciplines:
- In Jumping: Quirinus B, international winner with J. Bobik, Siracuse de la Bastide with D. Dobson, Rex van het Goteringenveld CSI3* - ISO 159, Seconda van de Helle, CSI, Quella van Eversluis, CSI, Raconda van of Helle, CSI, Volare van de Bunte CSI5* - ISO 167…
- In Dressage: Paganini, winner in Dressage World cup with J. Devroe, 4th in the 2008 WBFSH ranking, Belgium Champion, Quavarotti van de Helle, CDI, Ramazotti van de Heide, CDI - IDR 145, Quibana van de Helle IDR 148, Piccuni Gay Z IDR 131.
- In Eventing: Reaonka A, winner CIC in Waregem, Peper Anne, 5-year-old Champion in Germany.
Opaline des Pins,
is from the SF 71 dam line, out of Jasmina who was by the famous Alme Z stallion whose influence is still incredibly strong today. She was an exceptional brood mare, dam of several international champions:
Quintus, 10th in the individual (1.60m) at the Olympic Games in Beijing.
Jus de Pomme, Double Gold Olympic champion in Atlanta and
Champion of Germany in 1996 with U. Kirchhoff
Magister, winner in CSI5* with F. Mathy Jr
Richebourg, winner in CSIO with J-C. van Geenbergue, ISO 158
Shogun II winner in CSIO with Eric Navet, CSI5* - ISO 184
Tresor d’Opaline, CSI5* - Beijing Olympic Games
with J-C. van Geenbergue
Topaline CSI and grand dam of Petrus De Brandegem*GFE,
BWP champion at 3yo free jump competition in Aalter in 2018
was by the famous Alme Z stallion whose influence is incredibly strong today being found still in many an elite horses pedigree.
dam of :
Naiade des Pins, dam of Help Davier, CSI2* - ISO 141
Quistria des Pins, dam of Jah’s Diamant, CSIO with Peter Devos - ISO 167
Visa d’Olbiche, CSI2* - ISO 143(98)
Asta d’Olbiche, dam of Faon d’Olbiche, CSI2* - ISO 146, Major d’Olbiche, CSI2* - ISO 140
was the first showjumping stallion with progeny to earn one million Deutschmarks. He was purchased by the Westfalien State Stud in 1977 as a 3 year old, and was sent to the breeding station at Sande until 1988.
By the end of 1999, Pilot's progeny had earned a staggering
DM 6,250,000 ( $5,125,000 AUD).
Pilot’s breeding influence exceeds Westphalian borders. He is
represented in almost all German breeds. In 2005, he was honored
with a life-size monument in front of the Westphalian horse center
Pilot has had numerous international Grand Prix winners.
Pedro with rider Wolfgang Brinkmann was the gold medal winner
at the 1988 Seoul Olympics.
Prestige Pilot is the sire of Placido who carried Ulf Möller to victory
in the five-year-old dressage horse championship at the
Pilot continues to have a very strong influence in today's sport
horse breeding. His offspring have proven themselves to be amazing
jumpers, outstanding dressage horses and talented hunters.
Noblewood Park Charlie,
has produced an exceptional foal every time for Bensons Sport Horses
including Bensons Femme Fatale, Bensons Verismo and Bensons Quantum Leap.
Charlie’s dam Cadence is from the number one dam line - Holsteiner Stamm 776.
Dam line 776, has produced many famous International show jumping
horses, including Calvados I and II, Acorado, Lordanos and the world class Ramiro
who is present in many top showjumping horse and sire pedigrees.
is a Holsteiner State Premium mare, one of the most highly awarded mares in Germany. She is by the famous dressage stallion Coriander and out of the State Premium Mare, Doreen I, by Lord.
Cadence has three full sisters who are also State Premium mares.
She was purchased by Noblewood Park at the Holsteiner Verband
Auction/Classification in August 1998 and was one of the highest priced
mares that year and imported to Western Australia.
is probably best known and respected for producing the quietest minds in Holstein. He ranked as the leading sire of sporthorses for all of Germany in his age group three years in a row.
Even though in his stallion performance test Coriander showed
exceptional talent as a jumper, it was apparent that he was even
more suited for dressage. He was trained first by H. Peter Mohr,
then went on to show under Wolfgang Schade for the
Holsteiner Verband, through International Grand Prix.
Coriander has produced many State Premium mares and
7 Approved stallion sons, including Cappucino, and Carlino.
Coriander is known for producing very rideable horses with
exceptional movement. He produces elastic movers with deep
and effective shoulders.
has been one of Germany's top stallions, producing horses that have excelled in both advanced dressage and jumping competitions. In the 2001 WBFSH rankings of top jumping sires, he was ranked #5 and was the youngest, at 18 years old, in the top ten. With more than 100 offspring, known for their astonishing movement and jumping ability, Caretino has 18 approved sons and 114 daughters, of which 12 became German State Premium. Caretino was one of four to be accredited as an approved KWPN stallion without having been presented at the Stallion Show nor evaluated on the constitutional requirements of the KWPN.
He won the 1998 Holstein State Show Jumping Championship
that, in turn, qualified him for the Federal German Championships
in Mannheim and won the event. Shortly afterwards he became a
successful international jumper with rider Bo Kristoffersen. Their
efforts included 40 placings in national and international
competitions, and as part of the Danish Nation's Cup team at Gera in
1992, they brought home a fourth place finish.
By 2001, 12 of Caretino's offspring had competed at the international
level including AK Caridor Z (Jos Lansink), Crocodile Dandy
(Alison Firestone), Chandra (Sören von Rönne), Toyzrus
(Jill Henselwood) and Ballerina 124 (Marcus Merschformann).
His is son Camirez (Marcus Merschformann) won the 2001
Hamburg Derby, one of the most demanding events in the
international circuit. In dressage Caretino has also proven himself well with the approved sons Cheenook, Carpaccio and Cockney who are considered some of the best movers ever to have entered the sport.