Le Pancho
GeldingColor:BayBreed:Rheinland Pfalz-Saar
Birthdate:4/21/2011Height:16. hhLife Nr:45-15160098-11

Le Comte II
LeanderLadykiller XX
ToscanaCor de la Bryère
W. Sonja
Dutch Warmblood
HinaultNarcos II

LE PANCHO is a spectacular colt!

He is a half brother to JALINA.

LE PANCHO was awarded Silver Premium at the "Rheinland-Pfalz-Saar International" (RPSI) inspection, scoring 7.2 for type, a solid 8 for his immense movement! Finishing with a total score of 7.6

His sire LE COMTE II has proven himself in the breeding shed as well as in the show ring, competing at open jumper and up to Prix St. George in dressage. He is the full brother to the also approved stallion LE COMTE I who stands in Germany.
On his sires side he comes from the champion Holsteiner stallion LEANDER, who is best known for his presence and exceptional movement. LEANDER sired some superb sport horses like the champion dressage horse LIDQ 54. He also produced some excellent stallions like LEGATO, LAGANO (now breeding in Denmark), in Hessen, the champion stallion of 1982, LEANDERS's BOY (now in Switzerland) and LEANCON. With the mare TOSCANA he produced two approved sons LE COMTE I and LE COMTE II. Also in LE COMTE II's pedigree we find the legendary stallion LADYKILLER XX. He stood at stud from 1965 to 1979 and is still one of the most sought after names in pedigrees of both breeding and competition horses. LADYKILLER XX sired 23 approved stallions and one of them LANDGRAF I, he was the leading West German sire with the highest progeny earnings in competition. Also the stallion LORD who needs no introduction and LAGOS, LORENZ who also stood in Holland where he was very influential, LEANDER the champion stallion in 1973 and LIDO to just name a few. On his mothers side is the "stempelhengst" COR DE LA BRYERE one of the most popular stallions ever. He produced such top level competition horses as CONTRAST ridden by Herbert Blöcker at the three day event World Championships in 1982, the International show jumper COSTA ridden by Michael Rüping and the leading Grand Prix dressage horse CORLANDUS ridden by Margit Otto Crepin for France. COR DE LA BRYERE produced 41 approved sons like CALANDO I to V, CALETTO I to III, CALVADOS I and II, CALYPSO I to V, CORRADO I to II, CORTINO I and II, COME BACK I and II, CORTEZ I and II, CARDINAL, CARACAS, CONSTANT, CONVENT, CANSAS, CANTARES, CASSONE, CANNONBALL, CAPRICCIO, CORVADO, CINZANO, CORDES, BOY VZ, CORDALME Z, CADENCE Z, CORDEUR, CHAIRMEN, CICERO, CORIALL, CARNEVAL, CASTOR, COUNTDOWN, COR DE BRILLANT, COR D' ALME Z, CAPITAL, CARTE D' OR, CARUSO, CABARET, CALIMBO, CASH, CASANOVA, CASANOVA, CHACO, CHANTRE, CHIRON Z, MR. COX, CINZANO, CONCORDE, COR DE ANGELO J, COR DOR, COREA, CORLAND, CORVINUIS, COSINUS B.

His dam PANDORA is a very well bred Dutch mare with an outstanding jumping record.
Her sire HINAULT is by the French stallion NARCOS II who was known for his great strength and a remarkable stride. His son TWIST DU VALLON was Horse of the Year 1998 in the USA with Ward McLain. He has many representatives in international events. They include: TROPHEE DU ROZEL ridden by Olivier Jouanneteau, URBAIN DU MONNAI ridden by Roger-Yves Bost, TISCA ridden by Gilles Bertran de Balanda, UNE DES CRESLES ridden by Patrick Martin, ULANNE DU PLESSIS ridden by Annick Chenu, ANISETTE BRECEENNE ridden by Bruno Rocuet, ALTESSE DE BOELE ridden by Patrick Martin and VIKING DU TILLARD, Champion of France with Hervé Godignon in 1996. Also in her pedigree, the mare GEMINI, she was the sort of mare breeders dream about. With FAIR PLAY III she produced LARRY II, a CSIO winner in Italy, MAZARIN V, a stallion exported to the USA, OREAL II, and of course, NARCOS II.
On her mothers side PANDORA} goes back to the stallions LUCKY BOY XX who contributed a string of top jumpers to the international scene. There was Willi Melliger’s VAN GOGH, and THE FREAK with Hugo Simon and later Dirk Hafemeister, and Anne Kursinski’s MEDRANO all three of them were in Los Angeles for the 1984 Olympic Games. In fact, the LUCKY BOY’s XX seemed to come in threes, because three years later, the winning American team in the Nations Cup at Spruce Meadows found room for three LUCKY BOY XX offspring: VIP and Debbie Dolan, VICTOR and Joan Scharffenberger, and Anne Kursinski and MEDRANO. Other international performers include such horses as, URCHIN (Rene Tebbel), LOGO (Dianne Shaw), DUTCH REGARD (Mike McCormick), REVLON RASCAL (Lisa Tarnopol), SERVUS (Martha Burstein), WINDSOR (Guido Dominici), ZAZOU (Phillip Heffer), US NEOPOLITAN (Annemarie Kynsilehto) and BOKILLY (Eugenie Legrand, now Eugenie Angot). LUCKY BOY XX produced 16 sons, the most famous of which was OCTROOI, who had a successful career in the USA under the name, BEST OF LUCK. BEST OF LUCKY, competed in Europe as a Grand Prix jumper where he was a champion, and in North America where he was a Champion Hunter. A horse of elegance and impressive appearance, BEST OF LUCK sired winners in all Hunter and Jumper divisions from Junior / Amateur to Open, Puissance and International Grand Prix, as well as FEI dressage and Combined Training champions. He scored over 100 points in both Dressage and Jumping on the Dutch Stallion Index.

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