|QUIDAM DE REVEL||JALISCO B||ALMÉ Z|
|ONDINE DE BAUGY|
|CHINA VH GANZENHOF Z||CHIN CHIN||CONSTANT|
|CASSANDRA Z||CARTHAGO Z|
|UBIS VAN HET GANZENHOF|
By the time that a stallion has really proved himself in breeding, he has often passed away already some time before. It was different for three stallions in the nineties. Quidam De Revel, Chin Chin and Carthago Z got all the chances in breeding and did not only become famous because of their own performance, but also for that of their offspring. By now they have all three died. This colt Qarath van Paebroek Z still has them all standing in a row in its pedigree. Sire Quidam, who died this year in Denmark, became fourth at the Barcelona Olympics under Hervé Godignon. Grandsire and desirable dam maker Chin Chin started in the same Olympics for Mexico. Four years later in Atlanta, Jos Lansink jumped the Olympic finals with Carthago Z, who died last year.