KWPN-sires Kojak and Haarlem to Ireland

Kojak.

Kojak.

The KWPN-sires Kojak en Haarlem have been sold to Ireland. Both jumping stallions will be at stud at the Derryronane stud of Liam Lynskey in Swinford.

The 21-year-old stallion Kojak (by Pit I) is approved with the KWPN, Oldenburg and Westphalian. His son Kadanz was approved with Westphalian and his son Optimist got a license with the KWPN. Als his son Paco was licensed, but was early gelded. Volant got an approval with the AES.

Quite a fwe of his children reached the highest level in show-jumping. Watch Me, Winterberg B, Oubertha, U-Goldflower are amongst them.

The Voltaire-son Haarlem was rejected with the KWPN because of his offspring. He sired quite a lot of competitions horses though. His offspring TumTum jumped at 1.50m-level last year with Jur Vrieling. The Grand Prix dressage horse Neruda was successful with the American rider Michael Barisone.

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