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(Fair Play III [SF] x Gemini [SF] )
stallion (active stallion)
Date of Birth
Land of Birth
170 cm ~ 16.3 hands
Brohier Jean - France,
French Stallion of the Year 1994 & 1995
Showjumping Olympic/World Championships
Level of progeny
Studbooks Licensed with
Selle Francais, Belgium Warmblood, AES,
Suitable for Breeding
Stud Fee: £ 1900.00
ABOUT Narcos II
After reaching the finals for Young Horses at Fontainebleau, 3rd in the four-year-old championships, 1st in the five-year-old championships, 1st in the six-year-old championships, he made a brilliant start to his international career with Eric Navet at all the major European venues and also in the U.S. Chosen to compete in the Seoul Olympics and has been a regular competitor in international competitions from Calgary to Hickstead. In 1991 won the European Young Riders Championship. Has won numerous puissance classes which included a record jump of 2.25 metres. His career was interrupted in 1987 by laminitis. It was two years before he could compete again at national level. Ridden by Florian Angot in 1994, he won the European Junior Championship. For several years,
has been placed as Best Sire of Young Horses for four, five and six-year-olds at Fontainebleau. Thanks to the winings of his offspring, he took second place as French Stallion of the Year in 1994, 1st place in 95, and second in 96.
This is one of the most sought after stallions in France where his offspring who are now jumping internationally are in great demand.
is the sire of 32 approved stallions in France alone. At the 1995 French Championship Finals
was the 3rd top sire of both 4 & 5 year olds. He is currently ranked 14th top sire in the world of International Competitors according to the WBFSH rankings. His son
Twist du Vallon
is "Horse of the year 1998" in the USA. Many of his descendants take part in international events. They include such name as :
Trophée du Rozel, Urbain du Monnai, Twist du Vallon, Tisca, Une des Cresles, Ulanne du Plessis, Anisette Brécéenne, Altesse de Boêle
Vicking du Tillard
, the French National Champion, ridden by Hervé Godignon in 1996. In 1997, three horses sired by
were amongst the first six in the six-year-old championships at Fontainebleau.
has been placed as Best French Stallion. He is n°4 in the world as the best Sire thanks to his offsprings winners in Grand Prix.
has great strength and a remarkable stride. A royal canter, unquestionable supleness and balance, a very good back. These assets make of
a high class stallion to breed with mares who have plenty of blood.
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