Cezelma Morinda, born on the 11th of June 2007, was straight away
an amazing filly being extremely original and having lots of
presence as well as a lovely personality.
As a two year old Cezelma made a magnificent filly, being very well
balanced. She made heads turn with her original coat coloration and
she continues to do so today.
At the end of 2009 Cezelma was broken in with no problem at all. It
would be true to say that for her it was just a formality : She was
very sensible and always very confident. A little later, in 2010,
as a three year old, Cezelma Morinda was bought by Thomas and
Magali who had been following her progress for a long time on the
website. They have not been disappointed, as since then Cezelma
(now surnamed The Pinto despite not having a drop of Pinto blood in
her veins) has brought happiness to Thomas in CSO
As we write these lines they are preparing for the 2017 season.
At the final at Fontainebleau, Cezelma Morinda had a double clear
and was 13th in the championship. She completed twelve clears out
of fifteen outings. And she was fourth in her age group for
winnings (for five year olds competing for the first year in Cycles
Her father "Clochard At 4 years old, Clochard won the 4 year olds
horses Internationals at Varsseveld, beating a series of KWPN and
NRPS approved stallions.
In 2007, at 6 years old, he was running with a professional rider
called Frank Buitenhuis (who was the famous Tinka's Boy's owner).
They went up to "advanced level" which is the maximum allowed for a
6 year old. Clochard was sold to the USA where he is competing in
some good classes.
Clochard has a very nice style and the unusualness of having none
of the common classic bloods so well known among the Pies : Samber,
Ico, Ed King Hill... He brings other completely different origins
and is descended from Muguet du Manoir.
Note that his uterine sister is one of our brood mares : Karola du
Rouet, grand daughter of the famous Baloubet.
As for Hezelma, the mother of Cezelma Morinda, she is the uterine
sister of a Grand Prix mare, Kelzelma, who competed under Brazilian
colours. She is now a brood mare and has produced some remarkable
offspring, one of which competes at 1.4m and the other at
The two mares are the daughters of Belzelma, who was by the famous
Ramiro and out of Vuzuelma (herself a product of Zelma).
Cezelma Morinda is thus the sixth generation of mares to be a
“Zelma”. And, one day, one of her daughters will perhaps continue
the tradition, recalling the name of their great great grandmother!
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