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KWPN Performance Champion
Nashville Star is a strong moving, complete stallion after Kristina Bröring-Sprehe's Olympic dreesagehorse Desperados FRH. At the KWPN Stallion Show, Nashville Star was one of the trailblazers of the show. During the KWPN fall performance test, the chic black stallion, bred by L. Martens & daughters from Zuidveen, more than lived up to expectations. With 87.50 points he became the performance Champion.
As a foal, Nashville Star was already striking and became one of the price toppers of the Elite foal auction in Borculo. With his beautiful model and strong movements, he continued to impress at stallion selections. Nahville Star was first approved in Westphalia and with his excellent performance test he was also approved by the KWPN.
The performance jury led by Bert Rutten was enthusiastic about the performance of Nashville Star. Bert Rutten: “A chic stallion with a beautiful dressage model. He is light-footed, always thinks ahead, he likes to work, has a lot of go and a very nice character.” Bert Ruttens comments on the walk: “He walks with a lot of freedom, and with an always clear and big stride. The walk is one of the biggest driving forces in breeding and Nashville Star is a very good example of this!” The stallion therefore received 95 points for the walk. For the trot and canter, Nashville Star scored 85 points. In his comments about the trot and canter, Rutten praised his good use of the hind leg, his beautiful frontleg technique and super nice transitions. The other points were: suppleness: 85, posture & balance: 85, rideability & attitude: 90, talent as a dressage horse: 85. With 87.5 points, Nashville Star can call himself the performance Champion.
Nashville Star is now in the hands of Dinja van Liere and is at the moment competing in the L class of the KWPN Stallion Competition. In the first two competitions the stallion became third. In Kronenberg, Nashville Star scored 86.2 points, in Ermelo the final total was 86.4. He received a 9 for the walk both places. For the trot and canter, the marks were always well above 8.
Nashville Star is the first KWPN-approved son of Desperados FRH. This international Grand Prix stallion was successfully ridden by Kristina Bröring-Sprehe at the Olympic Games in London and Rio de Janeiro. The dam of Nashville Star is Ezrasijgje, a STER mare by the Grand Prix stallion Westpoint. Further in the pedigree of Nashville Star we find the predicate-rich mare Rasijgje. Rasijgje is an elite, preferent, performance, sport (dr), PROK daughter of the stallion Montecristo, this mare herself competed at ZZ-Zwaar level in the dressage sport herself. Rasijgje produced the sport horses: the Heavy Tour horse Walskoning (s. Jazz), the ZZ-Licht horse Barleduc (s. Rubin Royal), as well as one Z2 and one Z1 classified dressage horse. The motherline of Nashville Star continues with the stallion Flemmingh. His daughter is the performance mare Lesijgje, who produced several Z-classified dressage horses in combination with the stallions Metall and Havidoff.
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