- Lady Lottie B
- For Pleasure x Nabab de Reve
- Year of birth
- black bay
- Ster PROK IBOP-spr
Lady Lottie B is a daughter of the top progenitor For Pleasure and bred by Family van Beelen. As the name suggests, is this mare an offspring of the prestigious Lottie/Zottie-line. At four years of age, Lady Lottie B received 79 points in her IBOP test, obtaining 8s for her canter, technique, and perspective. The rideability was even awarded an 8.5.
Dam Gracelottie B’s (s.Nabab de Reve) first offspring is the AES-approved stallion King Pleasure B (s.For Pleasure). This full brother of Lady Lottie B was sold as a foal at Foal Auction Prinsjesdag, later received his breeding license and is currently active at international 1.45m level with Tom Schellekens.
Olympic gold Vindicat W
Via the mare Alottie (s.Carolus II) we find the third dam, Libero H-mare Oklahoma II W. This mare is best known for producing the extremely successful 1.60m Grand Prix horse Vindicat W. This son by Guidam wrote history together with his rider Peter Charles as the pair secured Olympic gold for Great Britain on home turf in London. Vindicat W then went on to other achievements under Nick Skelton, Edwina Tops-Alexander and Jessica Springsteen. Oklahoma II also produced the 1.60m jumper Brunotti VDL (s.Quintero) of Martin Rodriguez Vanni. Hessel Hoekstra is currently showing the young mare Kosalottie W (s.Chaman) in the international 1.50m classes.
Libero H, Ramiro Z, Farn, Marco Polo
Next in line is the Ramiro Z-daughter Elottie W. She produced no less than nine international showjumpers, four of which advanced to 1.60m Grands Prix: Jarno W (s.Notaris) of Filippo Lupis, Lottie W/Lazuli (s.Nimmerdor) of Riley Schuyler, HBR Tennessee (s.Concorde) of Henk van de Pol and the KWPN-approved stallion Amadeus (s.Guidam) of Karim El Zhogby. Elottie W is registered as the (grand)dam of a long list of sucessful sport horses, including the 1.60m GP jumpers Richmond W (Henrik Lanner), Woklahoma (Roberto Teran), Halla (Hendrik-Jan Schuttert), Demilion W and Wiesielottie (Willem Greve), as well as the approved stallions First Verdi and Jumper Verdi.
Via leading sire Farn we end up with Zottie (s.Marco Polo), the full sister of the approved Grand Prix stallion Irco Polo. Both horses were bred out of the foundation mare Lottie (s.Sinaeda), which can be found in the pedigrees of an astonishing number of international sport horses. This mare’s influence on modern Dutch jumper breeding is unparalleled.
– Sir Dior B (2022) colt s.Diarado, sold via Grand Prix Sales
– The Queen Lottie B (2023) filly s.Diarado, retained by breeder
Lady Lottie B is in foal to Diarado for 2024.