DOB May 30th, 2021
Usain is a upper level jumper and eventer prospect. The colt presents a strong bloodline, an excellent conformation and a playful personnality. He has been described by the Westfalen judge as a ''nice, elegant and powerful mover'' who is ''promising for sport in the future''.
His sire, Ulmar Mail, is a stunning approved Selle Français stallion standing at 17h. In 2012, Ulmar Mail was double clear 14 times in 14 starts, was the 2nd best male at the Regional Finals, and placed 7th in the French 4-year old National Finals with a double clear round. He capped off his 2014 competition season by winning the Selle Francais Stallion Masters during the CSI3* in St. Lô. In 2016, a change in ownership introduced Ulmar Mail to the US hunter market under the name Colton. He racked up multiple championships in the Pre-Green and Adult Amateur Hunters at top venues such as WEF.
His sire, the well-known Holsteiner stallion Eurocommerce Berlin (Cassini I x Caretino), performed at the highest level. He was Champion of Holland, team Gold Medalist at and 6th Individual at the 2006 World Equestrian Games (Aachen), Team Gold Medalist at the 2007 European Championship (Mannheim). His Dam, Norma Mail, is a daughter of Narcos II, the leading Selle Francais stallion of the 80s and 90s.
His dam, Quick Silver, is an impressive mare who possess a good constitution and a powerful engine. She competed up to 1.35m level before being sold to New Normandy Farm where she produced two foals (NNF is keeping one of her filly). She impressed us by her sweet nature as well as her clean and solid legs despite her competition career. Her sire, Quick Star, was the horse who brought Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum into the Grand Prix league with many placings and wins. He is approved in 20 studbooks and is one of the best sire of current showjumping winners. At the 2012 London Olympics, Quick Star was one of the most influential sires, with two sons in the final individual top ten: Nick Skelton’s Big Star who lead the British team to gold, and Ian Millar’s Star Power.
His second dam, Rye Grass Sadowy, was born in Argentina and served as a broodmare in Chile. Her sire, Schiron Z, is a direct son of the famous Cor de la Bryère out of Rubina Z (Ramiro x Alme). Rubina Z is the full sister of the 1.60m jumper Riviera Z and the 1.50m jumper Raspoetin Z. Schiron competed up to the 1.50m level in Argentina, produced 3 approved sons and a few 1.60m jumpers.
His third dam, Dorinne, was born in Belgium. Her sire is the Selle Français stallion Ferrum (Quelqu'un x Mexico). Ferrum produced the 1.60m jumper Baltimore.
His fourth dam, Petra, is a daughter of the famous Lugano van la Roche. Lugano produced 28 approved sons and many 1.60m jumpers. One of his most famous offsprings is the legendary Darco who is an accomplished show jumping sires and competed in the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona.
1 week old