RAGING BULL VANGELIS S
Year of Birth 1998
Graded with BWP, SHB(GB)
Stud Fee £900
Non Stop attracted much attention courtesy of his terrific strength and presence at the trials in Oud-Heverlee, he also attained the highest score of 27/30 in the loose jumping. Non Stop came joint 1st in the classic cycle and in the championship was also placed first. As a five year old he was the best stallion on the circuit as well as at the world championships in Zangersheide and has since competed successfully internationally at Grand Prix level.
In 2008 more than 5 Grand Prix and Nations Cup series were won by Non Stop descendants: Vangelis-S with Robert Smith (1st Dublin), Amai with Michael Whitaker (1st London), Uppercut with Emanuele Gaudiano (1st Tallinn and 1st Athens), Nesquick with Suzanne Behring (1st Neuendorf).
Non Stop's sire Darco competed internationally and attracted much attention, especially at the Olympic Games in Barcelona. Darco has produced many offspring jumping successfully around the world. He currently has seven representatives in the BCM World Ranking for Showjumping of which King Darco is the leader. Darco has proven to be very consistent in breeding his youngstock, three of which have reached the Top 15 of the finals of the Belgian Classic Young Horse Championships, Nabucco Verdi and Trudo N-Iljarco doing extremely well recently. His many other successful offspring include Indigo van de Hoenrik, 4th in the 4-year old Belgian Championships, Imoza, Incu, Ivory Snatcher, Isidoor Laureats, Hazard, Harco, Hilda, Helenus, Happy Hannover, Happy Boy, to name a few. He has sired the promising stallion Fedor and King Darco, who competed in the Atlanta Olympics with Ludo Philipearts.
Vangelis-S's dam Regina S is the by the great Feinschnitt who has sired horses such as Gauco Elegast and Ever Elan and contested himself in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. Vangelis-S certainly has a top class pedigree with the performance to match.
Raging Bull Vangelis-S has produced quality offspring with correct conformation, athleticism and scope. Progeny of Raging Bull Vangelis-S have started to compete and have already impressed on the Show-Jumping circuit. His most successful offspring include:
'Diaghilev', 2nd 1.40m Grand Prix at Hand, 1st 7-yo final at CSI Salzburg/AUT, 2nd in the 7-yo final at CSI 3* Arezzo/ITA, 2nd 5-yo Championships Addington, 5th 6-yo National Championships. Now jumping 1.45m Grand Prix’s
‘Wizardlea’, consistently jumping at 1.30m/1.40m level including Bolesworth Castle Grand Prix