Anky van de Grote Goor
Anky van de Grote Goor is the full-sister to the licensed Grand Prix winner, Florenciano.
Her father Florencio I was able to place himself in international dressage tests of the small tour under Hans Peter Minderhoud/NED after he had won the World Championships of young dressage horses as five- and six-years-old with top marks. He also was Vice-National Champion as four-years-old. In 2016, Florencio died unexpectedly. So far 44 of his sons have been licensed, 54 of his daughters have been awarded state premium. Many of his offspring are successful in dressage.
The mother St.Pr. dam. Lundi T won eight medium level (M) dressage competitions and was classified as dressage mare. Furthermore she has brought the licensed and Grand Prix-successful stallion Florenciano.
The dam-sire Havidoff, descended from the Grand Prix stallion Clavecimbel, received the premium "keur". Numerous of his offspring have already been successful at Grand Prix level, as his licensed son Paganini.
The grandmother Anuska has brought several successful offspring for dressage.
The licensed and internationally successful Zooeloog (by Gondolier), the world-class show-jumper Mister Spoon (by Zadoc)/Candice King/USA and Nietje (by Ziehim), who won the gold medal in the World Equestrian Games in 2006 in Aachen with the Dutch team in driving with Koos de Ronde, as well as many other state premium mares and auction horses come from the Durch dam-line.