gorgeous Jaguar van Paemel immediately attracts attention by his
expressive head and elegant exterior. On the jump he proves to have a
limitless scope and he uses a great technique. In the beginning of this
year he was approved at Studbook Zangersheide, where the jury considered
him as one of the best stallions. Jaguar is now ridden by
Dirk Demeersman, who expects a lot of him. The now 7 year old stallion
impresses under the saddle. His excellent technique and unbelievable
power makes him a delight to the eye. Last spring and summer he proved
his potential, with a 2nd place in the youngster finale at Beervelde
and several placings in Lummen and at the Stephex Masters. In the first
leg of the stallion competition 2016, he immediately took the first
place. His offspring inherits his beautiful shape and long legs. They
are very kind and high in blood.
is a son of our own Cicero Z van Paemel. After
a surgery in 2013 Cicero’s sports
carreer ended early. According to Dirk the best years of
Cicero were yet to come. 2013 appeared to be his year, with his victory in
the small Grand Prix at Antwerp as his first important item. Year
after year we saw the list of placings of Cicero grow. Among
other things his beautiful victory in the Grand Prix of
Aalst, the first place in the Sires of the World in Mechelen,
the victory in
Dublin over 2m05, his first World Cup that he jumped clear
did not only show his qualities in the ring, but as a sire he is busy
to leave his mark. His offspring possesses an unlimited power, a lot of
elasticity and a very good attitude. The sport records of his products
in 2015 show why. Gigolo van Albert Zoer won the GPs of Arnheim and
Mannheim. Fenia van Klapscheut was victorious in Leszno and Graz,
Merqusio in Wiener-Neustadt and Gautcho da Quinta in the Nations Cup of
Odense. One summer day in 2015 three Cicero Z offspring won a GP at the
same time. Also where trade is concerned, the Cicero’s are doing well.
Bertram Allen bought Izzy by Picobello. Onyshchenko was tempted by
Casual Z. Galisco van Paemel was sold to Brazil and Jos Verlooy, after
selling Domino, purchased the 8-yr-old Cicero II from Tina Lund. At the
Fences Elite Auction in France the stallion Moneymaker vd Axelhoeve was
the auction topper who went for the historical amount of 195,000 euro.
Julyssi van Orti, who went for 165,000 was the most expensive horse
ever sold at the Woodland’s Sales. In between Klacid of Cicero was the
record-breaker of the Limburg Foal Auction and went for 38,000 euro.
mother, Sissi, is a daughter of the Holsteiner stallion Sandro, who
performed internationally with Franke Sloothaak, supported by a strong
motherstrain with mothersfather Argentan,
who guarantees an excellent base. The full brother of Gigolo's grandmother
is the Hannoverian approved stud
and her other brother, Agent, was approved in Oldenburg. A full sister of Archipelia has
produced the international stallion
(v.Contender). The mother of Archipelia has not only given 3 approved sons but
also 5 staatspremiestuten. Airport (v. Argentan I), Donovan (v. Derwisch)
and Neptune (v. Roemer) are approved grandsons of Weinbrise. Her
granddaughter Championess (v. Caprimond) gave birth to the promising KWPN
stallion Zucchero (v. Depardieu).
brother, Savant (sport name : Choreography) has been approved as a
breeding stallion in
Hanover after which he was s
old to the United States. At the time he's jumping
excellently with his rider Tracy Sully. And the top of it all, Sissi is also the younger sister of
who is at present the best performance mare of Hanover, ridden by Franke
Sloothaak and Daniel Deusser. At the age of 8, Sheila already gained a 4th
place in 1m60 in
CSI-W Berlin. She performed excellently in the
biggest international classes. Her first offspring, Fair Play
(s. Fabriano) is Zangersheide approved and jumped at 1m45 level with
Giovanni Magaton. Together they won the Grand Prix of Cervia in 2009.
Sissi's youngster sister, Silvia is a daughter of Silvio I. Her Stakkato son Smint 2 is
doing great at 1m45-1m50 level with Tina Deuerer and Noemie Goergen. In
2015 they were 2nd in the 1m50 Nations Cup of Celje, 4th in a 1m45
class at Eschweiler, 5th 1m45 CSIO Linz,...
full brother Gigolo was approved for the BWP in 2010. He too attracts
attention by his elegant exterior, correct movements and scope. Gigolo
does not only look beautiful, he also knows to convince on the jump with
his power. He already had his first victory as a five year old at the BWP
stallion championship with Nick Vrins. Gigolo also did well in the
stallion competition with clear rounds in Flanders
Horse Expo Gent, 't Overdijk and the WEN. A couple of months
he was ridden by Dirk Demeersman, before he was sold to Ukraine.
Unfortunately Gigolo suffered an injury which made a sport carreer
impossible. The few foals of Gigolo are high-bred
with good movements and are a promise for the future.
His younger brother Kirr Royal van Paemel
jumps with Bernardo Mathias. As a five year old he won the final
ranking of the PAVO stallion competition, after jumping clear in all
the legs. At the world championships for young horses, he did not make
the final due to a time penalty in the second qualifier. Full sister Kaiserin van Paemel won the regional championship for 5 year old horses after two clear qualifiers at Incourt - Longpré CHPT JC. Another brother, Inshallah van Paemel, was sold to China after being AES approved and doing well in the stallion competition for 4 year olds.
His half brother, Ulexis
(v. Alexis Z), was sold via Stephex to Canada where he succesfully jumped
internationally with Natalie Jones. With Maia Aspe he slowly comes back to
his old level. Apache
van Paemel (v. Darco) became ex aequo winner of the de cycle for 5-year old
horses after jumping 8 clear rounds on 8 with his rider Filip Lacus. Also
in Gesves Apache qualified for the final after two clear qualifiers. A couple of years ago he jumped at international 1m45 Grand
Prix level with the Italian Vincenzo Carlino. In 2009 he was placed 5th
in the GP of CSI Fiumicino and 9th in the GP of San Remo.
combination with number 1 of the world, Darco, his eldest sister was
born, namely Vilja van de Mullegracht. She was immediately used as a
breeding mare and her first descendant appears to be a bull's-eye.
Corinne van Paemel (v. Sheyenne de Baugy) got the designation of BWP
elite mare. In combination with Cicero Z van Paemel Corinne gave
Gazelle van Moretus, who jumps well with Rani De Doncker. With Cicero Z van Paemel Vilja
gave Farinelli van Paemel.
Together with Jean Charles Bernast he competes internationally at 1m45
level. They became 6th in the Grand Prix of CSI Cagnes-sur-Mer.