L.A. Roc
L.A. Roc
​(Clooney)

Big Colt foal born
21st April 2016

chestnut (may go grey)

Out Of Lucy (Indoctro)
By Gadget 
(Concorde x Ramiro Z)

The last foal to be born at Rochedo
And quickly grabbed by Georgia !!!

​see below for his illustrious heritage
 Indoctro 'Preferent'
Bith date: 1990
Colour: bay
Height: 169m
Approved with: Hann,Holst,KWPN,SF,Unire, HSI
Pedigree: 
Capitol I - Caletto II - Calypso I - Sherry Netherland xx

Indoctro belongs to the World’s best sires.
His offspring achieve with success at the highest level. At the Olympic Games in 2008 three horses by Indoctro were selected: VDL Orestus, Don Porfirio and Picolien Zeldenrust. Last year multiple young Indoctro’s were high placed at several Grand Prix and World Cups: Indigo won the World Cup Qualification in Syracuse, Patrick VII won the GP Vidauban, Royal Dream won the GP in Hagen and Wierden, placed 3rd in the GP Welkenraedt and was 5th at the EC for Juniors, Vivaldi K won the GP Leszno, AD Picolien Zeldenrust placed 3rd in the GP Bordeaux, Casadora placed 2nd in the GP Hardenberg and 7th in the GP Kentucky, Ulano was 2nd and 3rd in the HITS GP, e.g. Other famous offspring are: Black Ice, Maddock, Nassau, Orame, Youp, VDL Masseratie, Mustique, Minka’s Diamond, Nike, Nadia, Parcona, Kassandre Erger Kerbo, Wittinger, Sheraton, Sr. Doctro, Tavanta, Tyson, Ultimate, Indcution, Vesuvius, e.g.
Also at the Championships there are good results. Always There won the World Championship for 5 year old jumpers in Lanaken and was also the Dutch Champion. Van Schijndel’s Concrex Owaola became Dutch Champion Eventing and Veyron was reserve Champion by the young riders in the Netherlands. In Sweden became Zima A.S. Champion of the 6 year old jumping horses and Anisolde became reserve Champion of the 5 year old jumpers.
The three year old Currusa became Champion at the CK Groningen by the jumping bred mares. Other Championships won by offspring of Indoctro are: Zirano V, Dutch Champion 5 year old jumpers. In 2008 Fedor became World Champion 6 year jumpers and Ubalia became World Champion by the 7 year olds. Boss VDL and VDL Orame became in their year Champion of the KWPN Stallion approvals. Ultimate became Dutch Champion of the 4 year old jumping horses and Zendence VDL became the Dutch Mare Champion.
Indoctro has a high jumping index at several studbooks. In Sweden he is the leader with an index of 164.
Jumping Index Germany: 153.
Jumping Index Holland: 137.
Indoctro: everything a Breeder wants.
 Concorde
Born 1984 Height 169cm Breeder L van Diest, Holland
Concorde is solidly bred to jump on both sides. Aside from his sire, Voltaire, his dam, Flyer, is by the legendary Marco Polo.
Concorde was himself an international jumper with Jos Lansink. They won the Grand Prix of
Nordrhein-Westfalen at Aachen and they were Champion of the Netherlands in 1994, and placed 2nd in the Grand Prix of Amsterdam, Darmstadt, Lanaken, Helsinki and Gothenburg.
For three years in a row, Concorde was the sire with the most offspring at the World Breeding Championships for Young Jumping Horses. In the year 2001 alone, Concorde produced 17 jumpers who entered Grand Prix ranks, including Audi’s Jikke, Audi’s Kathja, Conquest II, Larino, Viktor, Jacquet, Humphrey and Isabella. In 2003, three of his progeny qualified to go to Las Vegas for the World Cup final – they were Marius Claudius, Conquest and Viktor.
Concorde was selected as KWPN Horse of the Year in 2004 and was the youngest stallion ever to be awarded ‘preferent’ due to his exceptional progeny. He already has over thirty licensed sons in the European studbooks, and was one of the first KWPN stallions approved for Holstein. He is also proving a very popular sire in France.
In Bernard le Courtois’ ranking of the top 75 jumping stallions of 2006, Concorde finishes in 8th place win 23 international winners. On the WBFSH standings for 2009, Concorde is 7th.

 Ramiro
(Robin Z 1983)
Born 1965 Died 1995 Height 16.3 hh Breeder Paul Bahlman
Conceived in Holstein, born in Westfalia, licensed at Neumünster, and himself an international performer under Fritz Ligges, Ramiro influenced nearly all European Performance Studbooks.
Ramiro was the most popular representative of the Ramzes line and at one stage was the most frequented sire in Germany. He stood at stud in Westfalia, Holstein, Zangersheide and Holland.
A few hours old