Quebec (Qlassic Bois Margot x Cento x Caretino)
Quebec is a great looking horse and his breeding is mouth-watering. His father is the famous French stallion Qlassic Bois Margot (by L’arc de Triomphe x Galoubet A). This black stallion, teamed with rider Simon Delestre, was for a long time the cornerstone of the French national team. Together they won a silver team medal at the World Championships in Caen and also at the Nations Cup final in Barcelona.
Cento (by Capitol I x Caletto II), found on Quebec’s mother’s side, was for many years a formidable opponent and a sight to behold in the arena. His achievements include the Grand Prix in Aachen and his ability to sire top horses is proven. Cela, Cordina, U2 and Norton d’Eole all give thanks to their father for his exemplary genes. Quebec’s mother, Centina, also has many noteworthy connections to her name. She is mother to two 1.50 horses and three of her brothers jump at the 1.60 level. Two of which – Cascavelle NT and Centino du Ry – are approved stallions. Down the line we come across the much applauded stallion Caretino and thoroughbred stallion Ladykiller xx, who was well-known for the toughness that he passed on to his offspring.
Quebec is a long-legged horse with a contemporary physique. Under the saddle we notice his athletic power and great canter. He is careful, has a good round bascule and shows a lot of scope
breeding fee €200,00 by order (excl. VAT and shipping costs) €550,00 by pregnancy (excl. VAT)