Baloubet du Rouet
Charmieque herself was successful in the international 1.40m classes under the saddle of Willem Greve. Her brother, Fabrice DN, jumps in the 1.60m classes and already won the CSI5* in Calgary, Spruce Meadows with the British Matthew Sampson. Her other brother, Kaspar R, was already successful at the age of seven in the 1.45m classes.
Charmieque had her first foal, Grandorado TN N.O.P., at the age of four. Grandorado started his career as the shining star between horses of his age and won the silver medal at the World Championships for 7-year old horses in Lanaken in 2018. This excellent achievement was followed by numerous placings and wins at 1.60m classes. Today, Grandorado plays a number one role in the Dutch team, with the win at CSIO5* Rotterdam as pinnacle of his show jumping career so far. He was also recorded by the ‘Association for Dutch Olympic Horses’ (NOP) in 2022. Next to that, Grandorado is a highly prized breeding stallion. Descendants from his first year are noticed in the international competitions for young horses.
Family & Performance
2000 TERMIEQUE (Baloubet du Rouet)
2007 CHARMIEQUE (Carolus II) 1.40m W. Greve
2010 FABRICE DN (Emilion) 1.65m N. Pizarro
2015 KASPAR R (Eldorado van de Zeshoek) 1.45m R. van de Mheen
2011 GRANDORADO TN N.O.P. (Eldorado van de Zeshoek) 1.60m W. Greve
Grandorado TN N.O.P. (Eldorado van de Zeshoek TN x Charmieque)
Grandorado TN N.O.P. (Eldorado van de Zeshoek TN x Charmieque) (©Sportfot)
Fabrice DN (Emilion x Termieque) (© Sportfot)
Kaspar R (Eldorado van de Zeshoek TN x Termieque) (© Sportfot)