Ocean’s Eleven, alias Octopussy de Beaufour, was born in the
purple! As a uterine sister of the stallion Open Up Sémilly (ISO
162), of the lovely Ipsy (ISO 151), of Baltimoree (ISO 132)...she
was born at the home of Eric Levallois, but unfortunately only
competed in a few small classes. That was a great pity when you
take into account the quality of her family.
Ocean’s is an excellent broodmare, very sweet with her foals.
She will be covered again in 2020 by Ulyss Morinda to produce a
full brother or sister for Jolly Jumper Morinda, who is a
Folie d'Un Jour, filly out of Hornet Rose, born in 2016
Jumper Morinda, colt out of Ulyss Morinda, born in 2019
Parco, her father, is a son of the foundation stallion Darco,
one of the world’s best stallions in the WBFSH Stallion jumping
ranking list. He was himself a great international winner at World
Cup and Olympic level. Parco inherited his sire’s sporting
qualities and also distinguished himself in important competitions,
including being placed 9th in the World Championships at
JIPSY DE LA LANDE, daughter of Arpège Pierreville, made a record
at the NASH sales, then became a Grand Prix horse in foreign
colours. In 2002, she produced the stallion Open Up
Sémilly (ISO 162) who had a great career ridden by Florian
Angot up to CSIO. His full sister, Openfield de
Beaufour, also competed in 1m50 Grand Prix under foreign
colours. Their mother, Jipsy de la Lande, produced
Ipsy after that, a horse who regularly wins or is
placed in 1m40 or 1m45 classes (ISO 150). She has also competed in
the European Junior Championships over 1m50 with Alice
STAR DE LA LANDE, by Grand Veneur, has produced lots of winners.
The second generation from this excellent mare is just as
successful (for example Galant de la Lande, who jumps 1m55, or
Uruguay Courcelle, ridden at 1m60 level, ISO 152).
UKRAINE by Ibrahim. This is the direct line of Jo de la Lande
(ISO 164), of Amour de la Lande (ICC145), of Quam de la Lande (ISO
156) and of Rodosto, (ICC 179, ISO 121, Vice World Champion in Team
Eventing with Jean Teulère at La Haye in 1994.
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