Gut Neuenhofs Bacarole
The father Baloubet du Rouet was able to win the Olympic individual gold medal under Rodrigo Pessoa/BRA in 2004 and the World Cup Finals three times in a row from 1998 to 2000. He has almost 30 licensed sons and the lifetime earnings of his descendants amount to almost 4 million euros. In the WBFSH ranking of the world's best show jumpers, Baloubet du Rouet ranked first in 2012 and in 2013.
The mother Winzerin AS has brought in pairing with the stallion Baloubet du Rouet the licensed stallion Baloutelli, who qualified four times for the National Championship in 2016. Furthermore she brought Gut Neuhofs Bacarole, who is successful in advanced level (S***) competitions and our broodmare Bellisima. Her daughter Gut Neuenhof's Caty (by Cristallo I) placed in jumping competitions up to medium level (M) classes and Gut Neuenhof's Levantado (by Lancer II) won international advanced level (S***) show-jumping competitions.
The dam-sire Weinberg sired 17 licensed sons. His descendants, among others the dressage Olympic Games winner Goldstern under Klaus Balkenhol, gained life-time earnings of more than 1.8 million euro.
The grandmother St.Pr. dam Pretty Woman has brought four advanced level-successful mares. Akazia (by Argentinus) took more than 20 victories in difficult courses and is also the mother of the licensed stallion Florentino (by Feuerglanz). Comtesse (by Cantonius) has already achieved more than 100 victories and placings in advanced level competitions. Akadia BT (by Aurelio) was highly successful in jumping competitions up to advanced level (S***) classes, after placing in the National Championships in 2011. Caesario's Pretty Woman (by Caesario) was Vice-National Champion in 2008 and participated under Laura Klaphake in the Junior European Championships in 2012.
The granddam-sire is the outstanding stallion Pilot. He brought more than 80 licensed sons and at least 200 advanced level show-jumping horses, which brought him lifetime earnings of almost 4 million Euro.
The great-grandmother Fama has brought three advanced level-jumpers: Revanche (by Rigoletto), Pan Am (by Parcours) and Delight (by Democraat).
Gut Neuenhofs Bacarole was awarded a score of 9.5 in free jumping at her broodmare performance test in 2007. In 2009 she qualified for the Bundeschampionat in the class for five-year old show jumpers and in 2010 she placed in the Final for six-year olds. Ridden by Henrik von Eckermann/SWE she collected her first ribbons in the international Youngster Tour of Neumünster, Braunschweig, Leipzig, Balve, Münster und Donaueschingen in 2011. On record today are first places in show jumping up to advanced level (S***), including Bremen. Till 2013 she had achieved almost 20 victories and placings in advanced level (S) show-jumping competitions.