Approved for: KWPN, Selle Francais, Dutch, Swedish, Hanoverian, Holsteiner,
Irish Sport Horse, Oldenburg, Italian U.N.I.R.E.
Numero Uno completed his performance test triumphantly: he received a 9.0 for canter and scored an average of 8.5 for
jumping components. His explosive takeoff earned him 9.0 points.Dam Jolanda, like the Olympic showjumping stallion Lux,descends from Lord Calando. Grand dam Feinschnit (Ahorn Hann) supplied, in combination with Gondelier, the nationalshowjumping horse Kapitol, who as a five year- old gave an excellent performance in the world championships for young horsesat Lanaken. The mother line continues via the well known stallion Farnese to the mare Fernsicht (Ladykiller xx), who isa full sister to the reputable stallion Lorenz. This famous Holstein lineage, which is registered under number 429, also producedthe stallions Aldato (Anblick xx), Heidelberg (Ladykiller xx) and Benedictus (Benvenuto xx). Following a successful show jumpingcareer with European Champion, Marco Kutscher, Numero Uno (pref) today has proven himself to be one of the leading sires inthe world. Numero Uno, father to eight approved KWPN stallions, is sire to many champions in international show jumping,ability tests and stallion approvals. Horses such as Tyson, Winchester, Unaniem, Romantovich Take One and Tamino, who wonthe silver medal in London, are very successful in international GP competitions.
NUMERO UNO: NUMBER ONE IN BREEDING AND JUMPING!
Numero Uno was a moderately successful international competitor with Marco Kutscher for three seasons – from 2004 – 2006. They mainly competed in 1.35 / 1.45 speed and handiness classes. The pair had two wins – 1st in a 1.35 knock out at Zurich CSI**** in 2006 and 1st in a 1.45 speed and handiness class at Verona in 2005.
As a breeding stallion Numero Uno has been a star. He is the sire of approved KWPN stallions namely Tygo (Purioso), Unaniem (Voltaire) a winner of the KWPN stallion performance test, Van Gogh (Bernstein), Viënto Uno W (out of a Wisconsin mare – now gelded), the winner of the main KWPN licensing Vincenzo (Ekstein) and Warrant (out of a Nimmerdor mare). Warrant is the sire of the 2011 stallion selection champion, Durrant, who is from Warrant’s first crop.