approved for: Hanover, OS-International, Mecklenburg, Westphalia,
Rhineland, Southern German Stud Books
With Chris Chugg from Australia Vivant was successful in many Grand Prix competitions and the stallion successfully competed in several Nations Cups and the Olympic Games in London 2012 with Katharina Offel.
The pedigree of Vivant’s sire Fuego du Prelet contains the famous blood of Jalisco B and Almé. The damsire Landino goes back to the Holsteiner stallion Landgraf and Ramzes. There are many successful jumping horses out of Vivant’s damline, for example McLain Ward’s Sapphire, Otterongo and Urbanus, and numerous licensed stallions.
Vivant, now 18 years old and son to Fuego du Prelet, impressed many with his performance at the European Championships in Aachen last year. Clear rounds in the first qualification as well as in both Nations Cup rounds made him stand out! This reflects the soundness and character of Vivant!
It is remarkable that out of just a few coverings many offspring of Vivant successfully compete at 1.60m international show jumping level.