Jay Halim and Aragon Z
Jay Halim and Aragon Z

Strong weekend for Asca Z offspring!

After the good performances of the offspring of Aganix du Seigneur Z during the final of the Nations Cup in Barcelona, last week the offspring of Asca Z managed to jump into the spotlight.

The Mexican rider Eugenio Garza Perez, for example, managed to jump to a top ranking at the two-star show in Tryon with the grey stallion Armani SL Z, a son of Asca Z and Cumano from the breeding of Thierry Hendrickx and Sandra Naviaux. Garza Perez and Armani SL Z managed to qualify for the jump-off in the CSI2* GP on Saturday and in that they achieved a 5th place.


But also closer to home, Asca Z's blood managed to ensure the necessary success. At the three-star show in Birmingham, for example, there was a victory for British rider Jay Halim with the gray stallion Aragon Z, a son of Asca Z and Karlstad who was bred in the Netherlands by B. Welten. On Sunday afternoon, Halim and Aragon Z took the win in the 1.45m high Speed & Handiness class.

Later on Sunday there was also some Zangersheide success during the CSI3* GP. The British rider Oliver Fletcher took 8th place with the 9-year-old stallion Hello William, a son of Waldo van Dungen and Stakkato who was born at Lissava Stud Farm as Willie Wonka LVS Z. Fletcher and Hello William jumped a strong basic round, but a fault unfortunately kept them out of the jump-off.

Finally, the British lady rider Lily Atwood once again put in a great performance with the 11-year-old gelding Cor-Leon Vd Vlierbeek Z, a son of Calvaro Z and Omar who was bred by Chris Anné and Eva Maeyer. Atwood and Cor-Leon Vd Vlierbeek Z already won classes in London, Valence and Ascona in recent weeks and this time jumped to a 2nd place in the 1.55m class on Saturday.


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