Yalambi's Breeding Stock
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|Quidam De Revel||Jalisco B||Alme Z|
|Ondine De Baugy|
Quelle Damme Van De Heffinck
Quelle Damme van de Heffinck is the daughter of the greatest sire of the moment, Quidam de Revel.
Quelle Damme has had a very successful International competition career. She competed on the Australian Team with 2 Australian riders. Firstly with Edwina Alexander where she finished 48th at the 2002 Jerez World Equestrian Games, and was part of the Australian Team, and then with Rory Hovell where she was a member of the Australian Team at the Olympic Qualifier in Aachen, Germany in 2003, and was also shortlisted to compete for Australia at the 2004 Athens Olympics. Although only a small mare standing 16 hands she jumped like a deer, was very careful and always tried her very best.
In 2004, Quidam de Revel topped the World Breeding Championshps Jumping Stallion ratings for the second year running, establishing himself as the pre-eminent – and most expensive – living sire of jumping horses. With ten of his progeny jumping at the World Equestrian Games in Jerez 2002, he was the stallion with the most number of progeny at this level. Quidam was himself a jumping star: he won team bronze with the French team in 1992 at the Barcelona Olympics finishing 4th individually with Herve Godignon. In the 2007/8 French publication of ‘Monneron’, Quidam….is rated Number 1 in the survey of the world'.
Quelle Damme’s dam sire is Randel Z (Ramiro x Alme x Gotthard). Like the world famous showjumpers Ratina Z, Robin I Z and Riviera Z, Randel Z is also the result of the success formula Ramiro Z x Alme Z. His dam Alaric Z was successful herself in German showjumping in S class(1.40m). This imposing stallion consistently hands down his prestigious genes to his offspring who shine in both dressage and showjumping.
Quelle Damme’s Performance Record:
- Competed on the Australian team in the World Equestrian Games in Jerez 2002
- Competed on the Australian team in the Olympic Qualifier for Athens in Aachen 2003
- Shortlisted for the 2004 Athens Olympics
- Placed in many Grand Prix in the U.S. 2004-2006
- Won the Countryman’s Cup at the Perth Royal Show 2007