After NMK champion, also KWPN Stallion Inspection Champion from Prinsjesdag

The past year was very successful at the KWPN inspections for both Foal Auction Prinsjesdag and the RS2 Dressage Center. After the NMK championship title of Iveniz Texel, bought by RS2 Dressage on Prinsjesdag, the Jameson RS2 auctioned as an embryo became champion of the KWPN Stallion Selection. A wonderful success for Saskia and Jacques Lemmens, Robin van Lierop and Seth Boschman of the successful dressage stable RS2 Dressage Center de Horst.

Jameson RS2 (Blue Hors Zack out of Atilinda M keur preferent IBOP(dres) sport (dres) by Negro) was bred by Stal 104 out of Wijdewormer van Willeke Bos, but Jameson was already sold as an embryo. At Foal Auction Prinsjesdag in 2013, the then unborn Jameson was put up for auction. His particularly interesting pedigree appealed to Robin van Lierop and Seth Boschman. "We knew the mother well and dared to take the gamble," Robin van Lierop told De Paardenkrant / “It was a surprise egg”, says Saskia Lemmens of RS2 Dressage about Jameson RS2.

Dam Atilinda M was already performing at Small Tour level under Peter de Boer and this mare also showed all her talent in the PAVO Cup. Atilinda M is now ridden by Yessin Rahmouni, who is preparing the talented Negro mare for the Grand Prix. Sire Blue Hors Zack was already champion of the KWPN Stallion Selection at the time and descends from the foundation stallion Rousseau – also auctioned at Foal Auction Prinsjesdag.
Stallion selection committee chairman Bert Rutten was full of praise for the convincing champion Jameson RS2. "He has a fantastic canter, a lot of switching power, self-carriage and balance in movement," said the chairman.

Foal Auction Prinsjesdag congratulates breeder Willeke Bos van Stal 104 and owners Saskia and Jacques Lemmens, Robin van Lierop and Seth Boschman on this great success of Jameson RS2!

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