KWPN Registered AES Approved, Oldlands Vivaldi
is a successful Grade A showjumping stallion that carries
the very rare silver gene.
Vivaldi was awarded an impressive score of
85% for his jumping ability the highest marks ever awarded
at an SSH grading by KWPN inspectors.
Vivaldi boasts an impressive pedigree and
an excellent mareline.
His sire Goodtimes VDL by stallion of the
century Nimmerdor, his dam the silver KWPN Ster Preferent
Prestatie mare "Diana" by the legend that is "Alme
Z" (Ibrahim x Ultimate)
Vivaldi's eldest son from his first foal crop Valme is already
competing at Foxhunter and 1.20m opens with many wins and
has qualified for the Foxhunter 2nd in 2016 & 2017.
As with so many of Goodtimes offspring Vivaldi has very good
movement and is also a suitable choice for dressage.
In addition to his rare silver dapple gene he is homozygous
black and cannot therefor produce chestnut progeny.
Campaigned and successful in showjumping up to 1.30m Goodtimes
combines the bloodlines of two International 1.60m International
show jumpers, the Keur Preferent Nimmerdor stallion of the
centrury and Calleto I by the great Cor De La Bruyere.
Vivaldi's dam the KWPN Ster Pref Prestatie mare, dam of three
approved stallions; the KWPN approved silver bay dressage
stallion Havanna by Clavecimbel, his full sisters the Intermediate
dressage mare Lima & the Prestatie mare Jolanda. Her son
Irano VD Bischopp was successfully licensed with the BWP studbook
and is currently competing successfully at 1.45m with Wout
Jan van der Schans.
As a young five year old stallion was ridden by Bernard
Geneste, purchased and competed by American Fred Lorimer Graham
prior to being competed by François Mathy. He was later
ridden by Johan Heins, with whom he competed internationally
winning many Grand Prix events, including the Grand Prix of
the Netherlands. Alme is the only stallion to have sired 2
World Champions and 3 Olympic horses, Quidam de Revel, Robin
I Z, and Touchdown are all grandsons of Almé.