Guidam de Henry

Guidam de Henry, a beautifully-formed "Euro stallion" with light, feathery basic paces, is predestined for jumping. The exquisite pedigree is his "license to jump." His sire, Guidam, has won many Grand Prix tests and is a son of Quidam de Revel, a stallion who is popular with practically all European breeds: under Hervé Godignon (France), he won the team bronze medal in Barcelona, following which he won many Grand Prix with Charlotte and Thomas Velin (Denmark). Guidam de Henry's dam's sire is Quito de Baussy, a son of an internationally successful sire, Jalisco B. Quito de Baussy was the 1990 World Champion in show jumping with Eric Navet (France). Since Admiral Z, found in the third generation, is also a son of Almé Z (dam by Fürst Ferdinand--Römischer Prinz), and Quidam de Revel as well as Quito de Baussy are his grandsons, this significant stallion who founded his own line is found three times in the fourth generation. The Hanoverian, Drost, by Duft II, rounds out the pedigree. Guidam de Henry--when performance counts!

Guidam Quidam de Revel / Ang Jalisco /SF
Dirka / Ausl
Fougere / SF Venutard / SF
Bagatelle / SF

Olympian Queen

Quinto de Baussy Jalisco B / SF
Urgande / SF
Henrika v. d. Hal Admiral Z

1998 bay 17-hand Dutch 

Approved for: Oldenburg, all southern associations

Stallion Performance Test

Overall score 

Dressage score 

Jumping score 


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