Four Seasons TN has all the positive trademarks of his famous sire For Pleasure. This promising 4-year-old stallion is light on his feet, has a great balance in canter and jumps with a fantastic push of the floor. In addition, Four Seasons TN is a real athlete and jumps with a lot of scope.
The pedigree of Four Seasons TN predicts his great talent; sire For Pleasure can be seen as one of the leading sires of his generation.
Ridden by Lars Nieberg, For Pleasure made his breakthrough at the highest level and won the gold team medal at the Atlanta Olympics in 1996; Marcus Ehning then took over the reins and won team gold at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. For Pleasure’s offspring include Fit For Fun (Luciana Diniz), Barron (Lucy Davis), Flora de Mariposa (Pénélope Leprévost), Epleaser van ‘t Heike (Christian Ahlmann), Ornellaia (John Witaker), VDL Groep Beauty (Leopold van Asten) and many, many others Grand Prix showjumpers and approved stallions.
Via Cassini II – full brother toCassini I and half-brother to Clarimo, Four Seasons TN’s pedigree goes back to Grand Prix showjumping mare Vink Flower III. Ridden by Eric van der Vleuten, Vink Flower III jumped very successfully at the highest level and participated in the World Equestrian Games in Rome in 1998 and the World Cup Finals of Helsinki ’98 and Gothenburg ’99.
In breeding, Vink Flower III produced the Grand Prix showjumper Flower Boy ridden by Pia-Katharina Beeking as well as the AES-approved stallion Chiricco, who competed successfully at international 1.45m level. Four Seasons TN’s dam C-Flower Z already produced the international showjumper Daria Z ridden by Kevin Jochems.
Four Seasons TN has all the ingredients for a modern showjumper; with his ease of jumping, great backend technique and powerful take-off, he seems to have a bright future ahead of him. Four Seasons TN is approved by the AES and can add light-footedness, power and scope to breeding.
|DAME DE RANVILLE