An excellent high-amateur or junior prospect, Major is kind and simple to ride. Beyond his superb modern type and courageous demeanor, he jumps with plenty of scope and impression.
SIRE: Mylord Carthago was one of the best Showjumping horses in the world before he retired in 2014 and has become one of the most sought after sires in France. The quality of his progeny is getting recognized, having been ranked 4th Best Sire of Selle Francais young horses in 2013, 3rd in 2014 and 2nd in 2015. Mylord was finalist at the Lanaken World Young Horse Championship at 4YO, 5YO and 6YO. He finished 4th at 7YO. Then he embarqued into a successful competitive career with his forever rider Penelope Leprevost. He won many prestigious competitions between 2004 and 2012, including a team silver medal at the 2010 WEG in Lexington, KY and a team silver medal at the European Championships in 2011 in Madrid. He was a finalist at the 2004 FEI World Cup in Geneva and competed in the 2012 London Olympic Games. He won numerous CSI5* Grand Prix: Helsinki, Vienna, Paris, was #2 at: 2012 Gijon CSIO5*, 2011 La Baule, 2012 Chantilly, 2012 Rotterdam, #3: 2009 London CSI-W, 2010 Rome CSIO5*. Mylord also won the Nation Cup at Aachen and Gijon in 2012. He was ranked #8 on the 2010 WBFSH Best Showjumping performer list.
DAMSIRE: Clarimo won the 6-year-old Jumper State Championship and qualified for the National Championships. Since the end of 2012 until his retirement, Rolf-Göran Bengtsson had the ride on him. The 2015 competition season yielded numerous international top placings in 1.60 m classes held in Lyon, Vienna, Rome, Cannes, and Gothenburg. Winning the 2016 Falsterbo CSI5* Grand Prix has been Clarimo’s greatest success so far. Moreover, his achievements include winning the team jumping competition at the GCT’s Doha leg and placing at s’Hertogenbosch, Hamburg, Paris and Valkenswaart.
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