Vidona Broodmare She herself jumped upto 1.20m in Holland. Trained Elementary/medium level dressage and she evented upto Novice level before retiring to stud totally sound. Her sire Guidam is regarded as 1 of the top ten living stallions in the world! Guidam has all three credentials required for a world class sire:
His hertitage needs no introduction : Quidam de Revel He has won team bronze and individual fourth place at the Barcelona Olympics with Herve Godignon( who now compets Guidams daughter Liona). Quidam de Revel is also the sire of Jessica Kurten's Quibel who topped the World Breeding Championships in 2004 for the second successive yearand 10 of his progency competed at the 2002 World Equestrian Games in Jevez.
Jalisco B Guidam's grandsire holds the record for the most progency competing in any Olympic games and is also the sire of Quito-de-Baussy and Hermes de Reve.
Guidam fulfils the second critria witha series of international wins with Eric Van Der Vleuten at major shows like Mechelen, Bordeaux, Eindhoven and s-Hertogenbosch, he won the best stallion title at the Zwolle international stallion show. Guidam then retired to stud through injury.
Guidam was awarded a Keur predicate by the KWPN and was the 2003-2004 leader on the jumping breeding index with an amazing rating 171 ! And his offspring are way too many to listand their results!
Her Dam Gidona is keur graded and by the great stallion Amethyst he retired in 1995 at the age of 15 he was at the time the only eventing stallion of any breed competing advanced level in the United States. His sire was the Great Nimmerdor who competed 1.60m showjumping internationally.
Link to her full breeding https://www.horsetelex.com/horses/pedigree/243610/vidona