Mare details

Name: TAMAR - Voltaire x Gervantus

Year: 2000

Color: Black

Height: 1.65m


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Offspring

Endoctro HVL
HVL Manon Lescaut
HVL Infinity
HVL Sniper
HVL High Voltage
HVL Shogun
HVL Ravensdale


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TAMAR - Voltaire x Gervantus

Stunning Dutchbred broodmare with both prok and ster title by the famous star Voltaire x Gervantus(Grannus). Tamar's half sister Oxer bred 2 International 1.60m horses - Triple & Venus! The same mare also bred another one called Don Verdi currently jumping 1.30 m level. Tamars offspring Zamara by Pacific is jumping 1.30m level, Manon Lescaut is jumping 1.20m level at present, Tamar is out of a superb motherline and the father speaks for himself!

“Tamar” is a super broodmare standing 165cm, STER and PROK by the International Showjumper Voltaire! She was broken and riding and showed great scope and technique over a fence with loads of ability. Lovely temperament and great paces.
Sire; Descended from Furioso II and Gotthard, Voltaire ranked second in the World Breeding show jumping sires rankings in 1996, ranks highly on both the dressage and show jumping indexes and was awarded the ’keur’ and preferent’ predicates at an early age. Voltaire was consistently producing results over 1.50m courses as an 8 year old. Calgary, Stockholm, Lanaken, Helsinki, Wiesbaden and the Horse of the Year Show at Wembley were just some of the top venues he scored at before bringing the curtain down on a brilliant jumping career by winning the Berlin Grand Prix with Jos Lansink. Voltaire sired the most offspring at the Atlanta Olympic Games and has over 50 approved sons - including Kannan - and is one of the top sires in the KWPN Jumping Index with 151 points.
Voltaire’s sire, Furioso II, left a legacy of 200 state premium mares and over 70 approved stallion sons worldwide. Furioso II’s full brother, Mexico, is the sire of the popular show jumping sire Le Mexico.
Dam Jervanta, STER/PREFERENT is by Gervantus a son of Grannus. Gervantus II passed both the German stallion performance test in Medigen and the one in Switzerland in Avenches. Ridden by Urs Fah, he was a member of the Swiss National Team. Gervantus II was a winner of several Nivewau S and International, including at the CSI-W in Paris, where he placed three times in three starts; the CSI-A in Zurich, where he also placed three times; and in Mannheim, where he placed second in the Grand Prix. In preparation for the European Championship in 1999, Gervantus II was forced to retire due to injury.”
This is a mare that breeds top class foals!
Tamar’s last foal was by (VDL) Orestus. She will be recovered in 2013.