Vuvuzela Z

Show Name: Vuvuzela Z  

Barn Name: Vuvu

Breed: Zangersheide

Breed Approval: BWP

Height: 16.2 (1.69m)

Date of Birth: 06/14/2010

Breeder: Wilbert Beukens (NED)

Stud Fee: $1,500 (LFG)

**Frozen Available

Lineage for Vuvuzela Z

Vuvuzela Z (Vagabond de la Pomme x Casantos) is a modern, athletic type stallion. He was recently approved by the world-renowned BWP head stallion judge Boudewijn Schepers where his movement was remarked upon as well as his loose elastic style of going. Vuvuzela has placed highly in all of his free jumping classes, showing off his carefulness and exceptional hind end. Vuvuzela has recently been started under saddle and is an exceptionally well balanced, rideable, and willing mount. As a colt, he was one of the youngest to be presented at the Z-Festival where he placed 5th out of over 250 colts. He is a very brave and active horse. He will show off his athleticism with a giant, inflatable soccer ball, knocking it around the paddock for hours. This is imaginatively fitting; after all, his name’s genesis stems from the triumphant horns used to cheer on soccer championships.

Possessing a dream pedigree full of international Grand Prix Showjumpers Vuvuzela is destined for greatness. Vuvuzela Z’s sire, Vagabond de la Pomme has recently made his debut onto the international scene with tremendous success under top French rider Penelope Leprevost. Competing at the top international level, Vagabond has had many top placing’s recently, with high hopes for his future. Vagabond, in addition to Vuvuzela, sired one of the champion young stallions at the BWP Stallion Inspection in Belgium. Vagabond de la Pomme possesses an amazing pedigree on both the dam and sire side. Vagabond’s sire was the World Equestrian Games 2010 winner Vigo D’Arsouilles by Nabad de Reve, and the dam line of Vagabond is equally if not more impressive. Having four dams on the dam line which themselves performed in the sport at top level; Sauterelle de la Pomme, Narcotique de Muze, Qerly Chin, and Kerly.

On Vuvuzela’s dam side the Holsteiner progenitors Contender, Cassini I, and Lord are united. Great granddam Halicia carries a considerable amount of Thoroughbred blood and descends from Julio Mariner, Goldschlager, Grand Empereur, and Miller’s Grey. This mare’s line produced, amongst others, the Grand Prix Horses Tilbert, Dior, and Goliath.


  • 3rd Place Finish at the Silver Oak Jumper Tournament in the 6-Year-Old Championships
  • 2nd Place Finish out of 52 in the International Ring at WEF 2016 in the 6-Year-Old Jumpers
  • Jumped Clean in the $7,500 1.30m Speed Derby at the Silver Oak Jumper Tournament (13/33)
  • Jumped Clean in the $15,000 1.30m Classic at Showplace Spring Spectacular (13/55)
  • Winner of the 6-Year-Old Championship Class at Showplace Spring Spectacular


  • Cadeau de Vie ABF Z


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