Aston and Treviso both aprroved by the NRPS

Last Wednesday, the NRPS stallion committee assessed and approved the stallions Aston and Treviso. The committee describes Aston as a strongly built stallion with a powerful canter. He jumps with a lot of overview, a good attitude and a lot of scope. He received 90 points for jumping. Treviso is an interestingly bred, handsome stallion in the rectangular type, who is uphill built and always moves uphill. He also has a lot of switchability. He moves easily, with lots of power in a beautiful posture, which earned him 85 points for movement overall.

Aston is in fact a son of Aganix du Seigneur out of the Olympic mare Derly Chin de Muze. Sire Aganix du Seigneur has emerged as one of the best sires of his generation in recent years. From a young age, the offspring of Aganix du Seigneur stand out because of their scope, power and quality on the jump. Derly Chin de Muze - Aston's dam - is famous in both sport and breeding. The For Pleasure daughter jumped at the highest level under Eric Lamaze and Sharn Wordley and even defended the Canadian flag at the London Olympics in 2012. 

Treviso is a son of Totilas, he was not only a dressage phenomenon himself but is also one of the most successful breeding stallions of this decade. Totilas has now produced 45 licensed sons and almost 25 Grand Prix dressage horses. Treviso's dam's line also ensured great success in the past. Granddam Lady Devinja, for example, is dam of the Oldenburg and Westphalian licensed Jazzmate, who competes at Grand Prix level with Guillermina Birenbaum. 

Linked horses

Aston VDL
Treviso VDL

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