JAY is a 16.3 hands 2014 filly by the GP jumper Capone I out of of Anime P. She was broken for a month in the fall and left to grow until February 2018. She is a big girl and we don't believe into rushing so she can develop into a healthy and sound horse for the long run. She has a good brain so easy to train. Her trainer considers she has the potential for the big classes and believe in her high potential. Jay was free jumped over a 5 feet double oxer with air to spare. Her has scope, willingness and talent as a jumper
She has the easy brain amateurs are looking for but also much appreciated by the professional.
Anime P is by the well known Indoctro Preferent out of Pepita S Elite by the GP stallion Emilion Preferent. Born in 2005 she stands almost 17.2 hands.
Anime is really special in her own way. She was first bought as a weanling to start my breeding program. She was First Premium and Champion in the KWPN TOP TEN yearling in North America when the jumpers and dressage were inspected together. But soon her disposition, way of going, kindness, beauty , her desire to please capture the heart of my partner and was pulled from my breeding program to become his own riding horse.
Her trainer felt in love with her just like everyone who had the chance to be in her contact and repeatedly said on how he would love to have a barn full of Anime. Her breeding career took a side road for many years but eventually since work schedule and other responsibilities made it hard for him to be on a regular riding program I succeed twice to breed her long enough to give me two foals. I have bought since other mares which had the best breeding and mareline in Holland so she was not in my future program anymore and stopped the pressure to breed her. But she was still not ridden regularly, becoming more of a pasture ornament. Now these two foals made me realized how useful she could be in a any breeding program. She give those rare qualities that make you own and keep your horse for life. She is an amateur dream but has the zest and talent to be appreciated by any professional. And this is what trainers of her foals are telling me. So I have permission to try to breed her again once again this year.
Indoctro is one of the most successful jumping sires in the world and was declared Preferent at the young age of 16. He is the sire of more than 66 licensed sons and in 2009 he was the sire of the Champion and Reserve Champion of the KWPN approval.
His offspring continue to achieve successes at the highest level and a significant number of offspring have competed at Olympic Games. In 2016 in Rio de Janeiro Indoctro was represented by his sons Imothep and Amarillo. At previous Olympics were: Vedor, Casadora, VDL Orestus, Don Porfirio and Nike. In the 2008 Olympics there were 3 of his offspring selected. All over the world Indoctro has produced winners at Grand Prix and World Cup level. Casadora, Youp, Tampa, Nassau, Black Ice, Orame, Picolien, Zeldenrust and Robin to name a few. His most famous offspring include Nike, VDL Masserati, Nadia and Nobel.
Indoctro was named the USEF jumping sire of the year in the USA.
Indoctro not only passes his jumping genes but also a good conformation which is demonstrated in many champions at the several mares and foals show and Anime is a good example.
Capone I was ranked by the FEI among the top 200 showjumpers in the world in both 2006 and 2007 before a battle of ownership kept him almost 5 years out of competition. With his rider Kyle King he placed third in 2011 in their first competition to the $25,000 HITS Grand Prix and then just a week later they won the $25,000 Smartpak Grand Prix . Later on that year they won the $100,000 Oil Patch Grand Prix . With over ten Grand Prix wins under their belt, including the prestigious CN Performance Grand Prix at Spruce Meadows, King and Capone I were quite impressive. Capone was awarded the prestigious “Elite Stallion” award by the BWP in 2012.
Capone is a real all around stallion . His rider qualifies Capone as having a strong work ethic, is easy going, kind, smart, and possess a never-give-up attitude. Capone I is light on the forehand, quick with his knees , scopey and stamp his offspring with his athleticism, keenness, wisdom, passion for jumping, and natural talent for dressage.
The USEF ranks Capone in 2011 as the 108th best sire of showjumpers . Capone’s success in showjumping verifies the value of his Holsteiner pedigree and specifically his damline, number 890. Capone has a full-brother and a half-brother that also are approved stallions in Germany and another half-brother that competed successfully in smaller international Grand Prix classes in Europe.
Capone’s second dam, Maltia, is also the second dam of the world-class showjumping stallion Casall la Silla. Capone’s damline has produced many other international showjumpers and approved stallions and is precisely the type of damline we look for in a showjumping sire.
This above video is an overview of the beginning of her training in September 2017