Beaulieu's Quissini - Dobel's Cento - Acord II
16.2h 2017 Selle Luxembourgeois mare
Quadrella is a good frame mare who possess a a lovely temperament as well as exuberant and elastic gaits. While she always been a broodmare, her full sister, Que Sera, is competing in the 1.30m jumper ring in Wellington at the moment. This special mare should produce higher level hunter/jumper.
Quadrella's sire, Beaulieu Quissini, is a well-bred stallion by the famous Quidam de Revel out a of dam by Cassini I. Quissini is a larger frame stallion who possess strong gaits, an excellent jumping technique, plenty of scope and a sweet temperament he tends to pass on. Quissini has produced several proven jumping, dressage, eventing and amateur friendly horses. His sire, Quidam de Revel, is one of the most inluencial stallion of all time in the jumper ring. This special horse finised fourth individually at the Barcelona Olympic Games with Hervé Godignon and produce an impressive number of 1.60m jumpers and approved stallions. His dam sire, Cassini I, I is one of the most successful Holstein stallions, sired by Capitol I out of the mare Wisma who is a daughter of Caletto II. As a sire Cassini I has bred many outstanding progeny, notable offspring includes Ingmar, Eurocommerce Berlin, Coco, Cavalor Cumano, Carino and Olympic.
Quadrealla's dam, Copacabana, is a daughter of the famous Dobel's Cento. The Capitol son, Cento is one of the great competitor stallions and the most successful competitor by Capitol. Cento won the World Cup Final at Leipzig in 2002, as well as the ‘big two’ Grand Prix – Aachen and Calgary. He won team gold at the Sydney Games, and bronze at Athens. This stallion earned over one million euros during his career.
Her second dam, Beaulieu's Simply the Best, is by Acord II. The Ahorn Z son, Acord II won his performance test in 1991, scoring 9.5 to 10 for showjumping, and 9 to 9.67 for rideability. His overall score was 146.04 scoring 138.26 in dressage and 148.47 in jumping. He went on to the 1992 Bundeschampionate in Verden ridden by Thomas Mohr, where he was reserve champion. Acord II followed in the distinguished footsteps of his older brother, Acord I, who was an international showjumper in The Netherlands before being sold to the USA.
Her third dam, Pinacolada, has been one of the foundation mares of Beaulieu Farm's program. This special mare produced several competitors and top producing broodmares. Pinacolada is a daughter of the legendary Pilot. Pilot was the first showjumping stallion with progeny to earn one million Deutschmarks. This stallion continues to be an valuable sire of broodmares.