Future Coeur de Reine

Key data

 Stable Name: Chanel
 DOB: 2009
 Height: 16.1hh 

 Desir du Chateau x Rock King

* BEF ELITE ’1st Premium’ Graded Event Foal – 92.1%
* Highest Graded Eventer (all Ages) – Heart of England
* 2nd Highest Graded BEF Event Foal of all time (2005-2012)

In foal for 2013 to: Tresor Mail

About

Future Coeur de Reine (which loosely translated means Heart of A Queen). Her name derives from her father’s french origins and the word Desir in his name, and the fact that Cornish Gem is by Rock King. She has some very big shoes to fill given the outstanding performance of her parentage…!

This breeding combines two Olympic performance bloodlines. Cornish Gem is by the sire of Olympic & CCI**** horses, Rock King, and is out of the Olympic shortlisted & multiple CCI**** mare Cornish Faer, by Ben Faerie. Desir du Chateau is 68% thoroughbred & Anglo-arab & is by the No.1 sire of showjumpers in the world, Quidam de Revel, out of a motherline that has produced over 30 International showjumpers in the first 4 generations. He sired the 2011 Young Horse Showjumping World Champion, Dax van’t d’Abdihoeve.

Performance

Date Rider/Handler Venue Class Placing Comment
23/07/09 Miss J Hodkin BEF Futurity Grading (Heart of England) Event Foal CHAMPION Highest graded Eventer of the day
23/07/09 Miss J Hodkin BEF Futurity Grading (Heart of England) Event Foal ELITE 1st Premium Scoring a fantastic 92.1%. The grading panel felt Future Coeur de Reine was an International Eventing prospect!

Progeny

Photo Name Sire Sex Year Comment
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Pedigree

Desir du Chateau(1991) 16.3hhSire of both International Showjumpers and Event Horses including Young Horse Showjumping WORLD CHAMPION Dax van’t d’Abdihoeve, Puissance Winner Milord de Kergane and eventers Mistral de Blondel and Nabouco de Lessay amongst others.
A huge bonus for eventing breeders is the fact that this jumping progenitor is 68% thoroughbred and anglo arab blood.
Quidam de Revel (1982) br 1.68m Selle Francais 4th at Barcelona Olympics. Over 48 offspring are competing on the French circuit with an ISO of 140 or above. He is one of the world’s greatest sires of showjumpers. His most famous progeny include Jessica Keurten’s Quibel, Eve des Etisses, Quo Vadis, & Quidam des Hayettes Z; his most famous grand-sons include Authentic, Armani, Ninja la Silla and LuidamBLUP +26 (0.97)ISO 185 Jalisco B br 1.75m (1975) Selle Francais Alme Z (1966) 1.66m br Selle Francais. Sire of numerous International Show Jumpers Ibrahim br 164 cm (1952) Selle Francais
Girondine (1950) 1.65m br
Tanagra (1963) b Furioso (1939) blk/br (Thoroughbred)
Delicieuse (1947) ch
Dirka (1969) Dkb/br Selle Francais Winner at CSIO level with N Pessoa. Nankin(1957) b 1.64m Selle Francais Fra Diavolo (1938) blk/br 1.61m (Thoroughbred)
Constellation (1946) ch
Ondine de Baugy (1958) ch Selle Francais Harphortas (1939) b (Thoroughbred)
Nadine ch (1935)
Javotte D (1975) Selle Francais Successful National Show Jumper & dam of 7 International Show Jumpers (Amande du Chateau, Carole du Chateau, Esther du Chateau, Etoile du Chateau, Horace du Chateau, Kartoom du Chateau, and Manuela du Chateau); She is also the dam of 2 approved stallions (Ulak du Chateau & Desir du Chateau). Daughters of Javotte D have produced, to date, an additional 6 International Show Jumpers including Sophie du Chateau who is dam of the International jumper Itot du Chateau (placed 2nd in the World Cup Qualifier Grand Prix at Bordeaux – beating Shutterfly – and 5th in the Grand Prix at the Vigo World Cup show). Cor de Chasse b 172cm 1968 Selle Francais Successful sire in France. Produced the Grand Prix winner and Nations Cup mare Jorphee du Prieur Ibrahim br 164 cm (1952) Selle Francais The Last Orange (1941) br 1.61m
Vaillante (1943) ch
Radieuse (1961) b Ultimate (1941) dkb/br (Thoroughbred)
Bagatelle (1945) ch
Ballerine III (1967) Anglo-Arab Dam of 2 international showjumpers (Grand Coeur A and Nelson de Beine); she is the grand-dam of 14 international showjumpers and 3 approved stallions. Grand dam of Itot du Chateau, selected for the French Team for the European Showjumping Championship Rantzau (1946) ch (Thoroughbred) From 1971 to 1973 Rantzau was the leading sire of dressage horses, show jumpers and event horses in France. He is regarded as the best Thoroughbred stallion who ever entered the French breeding industry of sport horses. Foxlight (1935) ch
Rancune (1940) b
Manuela (1956) Anglo-Arab Dam of 4 international showjumpers (Admiral, Graceful, Lumpur, and Moon Kiss); she is the grand-dam of 4 international showjumpers Labrador ( 1937) gr (Thoroughbred)
Amadouee (1944) b Anglo-Arab
Cornish Gem(1985) Novice event mare, retired prematurely due to rider commitmentsFirst foal purchased by Captain Mark Phillips Rock King (1990) (31/32ths Thoroughbred) Advanced Event Stallion. Sire of Olympic eventer ‘Rock Model’, Pippa Funnell’s horses ‘Chamrock’ and ‘Laspen Rock Star’, and Leslie Law’s horse ‘Prarie Monarch’
He is the No.3 Event Horse sire for 7 Year Old Progeny Points in 2006 and No.14 Event Horse Sire by Total Progeny Points in 2006.
Just A Monarch (1970) b 16hh (Thoroughbred) Sire of many CCI**** & Advanced Event Horses including King’s Jester, Just An Ace, Midnight Monarch and Just A Mission.
He is the No.4 Event Horse Sire by Lifetime Progeny Points & is still No.9 Event Horse Sire by Progeny Points in 2006.
Happy Monarch (1943) br Limelight (1929)
May Queen (1934)
Just Snuff (1962) Manicou (1945) b
Moria Black (1950)
Rocky’s Double (15/16ths Thoroughbred) Dam of CCI**** Event Horse Double Trust Rugantino (1962) Whistler (1950) ch
Barrette (1955)
Farley Mount Dam of 3 CCI**** Event Horses – Alfresco, Trust in Me & Kilcashel Mosquito II (1941) b
Rocky Road II
Cornish Faer(1985) CCI**** event mare, placed several times at Badminton & shortlisted for the Atlanta OlympicsDam of:* Cornish Esprit - Adv. eventer
* Cornish Cracker – still hunting at 21 yrs old
* Cornish Heights - Nov eventer
* Several young other young horses currently being produced
Ben Faerie(1968) b 16.11/2hh Thoroughbred Sire of Ginny Elliot’s Olympic medallist ‘Priceless’ & European Champion ‘Nightcap’, Pippa Funnell’s European Championship Bronze Medallist ‘Walk On Star’ and Tina Cook’s ‘Faersferre. Also Dam-sire of Pippa Funnell’s double CCI 4* winner ‘Primmore’s Pride’.He is the No.1 All Time Sire of Eventers & is still the No.20 Event Horse Sire by Progeny Points in 2006 Ben Hawke (1954) Chanteur II (1942) b Champion Sire in 1953, Sire of ‘Pinza’ Epsom Derby winner & 4th generation sire of ‘High Rise’, ‘Teenoso’ & ‘Double Trigger’
Rose Of Peace (1945)
Faerie House (1959) Vieux Manoir (Career earnings $73,000)
Faerie Dance (1953) by Derby Winner Dante
Tregea(1976) Dam of 12 foals, 5 of which went Advanced including:* Rugan - Young Rider Gold medallist, completed Badminton & Burghley
* Cornish Nephew – Advanced Eventer exported to USA & Completed Fairhill CCI***
* My Cornish Spirit – Intermediate eventer & G-dam of Bromont CCI*** Winner The Kings Spirit
* Cornish Charisma - Grade A SJ
* Cornish Express – Point to Pointer
* Cornish Niece – Grade B SJ
* Cornish Magic – Advanced event
* Cornish Legend – Int. eventer
* Cornish Envoy - CCI**** eventer, 14th Badminton, 6th Burghley, 11th Kentucky. British Team European Champs 1999
Four Burrow (1962) b Hornbeam (1953) ch Winner of 11 races
Ma Marie (1956)
April the First Grade A ShowjumperJumped 7′ in the Puissance at the Horse of the Year Show.Dam of:* Cornishman (4th & 9th at Badminton CCI****, Grade A Showjumper)
* Cornish Gold (Olympic Team Gold Medallist in Munich 1977, World Champs Silver Medallist 1974, 3rd & 11th Badminton, Grade B Showjumper)
* Cornish Blue(Grade A SJ ridden by Caroline Bradley & David Broome)* Cornish Fair (Intermediate eventer & Junior Team Reserve)
* Cornish Bronze (Top Team Chaser)
Timoshenko (anglo-arab)
Katie May (Thoroughbred)

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