OPGLABBEEK - The KWPN-approved stallion Alicante (Casall x Indoctro) auctioned at the Prinsjesdag Foal Auction has made his debut under the Olympic show jumper Abdel Saïd. The top rider from Egypt recently took over the reins from the Belgian Chloé Vranken and competed Alicante at the international two-star competition in Opglabbeek.
Alicante was born at Stoeterij 't Maalwater in 2005 and is a son of top stallion Casall Ask. The stallion was trained internationally by Julia Kayser and was sold last year to the stable of Tal Milstein. Chloé Vranken successfully released the stallion for Milstein in recent months and top rider Abdel Saïd has now taken over the reins. In Opglabbeek the gray jumped every round without jumping errors and with that Alicante and Saïd had a successful debut.
The Prinsjesdag-sold KWPN-approved stallion Alicante (Casall x Indoctro) made his debut with olympic rider Abdel Saïd. The world-class rider from Egypt took over the reins from the Belgian rider Chloé Vranken. Said rode Alicante at the CSI2* show in Opglabbeek.
Alicante was born in 2005 and bred by Stoeterij 't Maalwater. His sire is the top stallion Casall Ask, who is still performing successfully at the highest level. Alicante was produced at international level by Julia Kayser and was sold to Tal Milstein last year. Chloé Vranken rode the stallion successfully at international level for the last couple of months and now Abdel Saïd has taken over the reins. At the show in Opglabbeek Alicante jumped every round without a rail down. An excellent debut for Alicante and Abdel Said!