BREEDING & STALLIONS
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Vaudeville Carrus is a 2016 Oldenburg bred KWPN stallion approved by AES.
By Vivaldi (Krack C / Flemmingh) out a Oldenburg mare Dorina R (Davignon II / Donnerhall )
Vaudeville Carrus has some of the best lines in his breeding and definitely has inherited the traits, from his beautiful temperament to his stunning paces this horse has it all!!
Vivaldi is a stallion that always captivates in Europe with his strong type with radiance and movement. ...
He was reserve champion of his stallion performance test and in 2007 he won the PAVO Cup for five-year old dressage horses with Hans Peter Minderhoud / NED.
Vivaldi won the KNHS/KWPN stallion competition, where he was awarded 10.0 for his trot. He was then internationally successful up to Prix St. Georges. In 2013, he won the VHO trophy at the KWPN licensing. After that, he was predominantly used for breeding.
Vivaldi’s sire Krack C is considered as a foundation stallion in the Netherlands. The double Pavo Cup winner of 1996 and 1997 came eighth with Anky van Grunsven/NED in the individual ranking of the 2002 World Equestrian Games in Jerez/ESP.
Among his sons licensed in the Netherlands are Trento B, Tuschinski, Tolando, United, Velazquez, Zhivago and Dorado.
Vaudeville Carrus has shown great work ethic and is definitely going to be a star in the future. Versace was brought over from Germany in early summer 2019, and produced by team LBD.
He was also reserve champion in 2020 for the Shearwater British Championships.
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