- Gender: Mare
- Born: 2008
- Withers: 168
- Coat color: Grey
- Studbook: KWPN
Deville is a top-class mare, who will compete at the Tokyo Olympic Games in 2021 and has taken part in several 5* Grand Prix throughout her career.
She is the result of a cross between the renowned Diabeau Van de Heffinck and Zeville, a daughter of Casco.
Deville belongs to the world's elite
To be part of the very select circle of horses to have jumped at the Olympic Games or the Nations Cup Final in Barcelona is not for everyone. Deville belongs to this elite group of horses that have competed in the world's finest events (Olympic Games, CSIO5*, CSIW5*).
Deville is characterized not only by her exceptional mentality, always giving her best, but also by her serenity, ease and excellent jumping technique.
An extremely rich pedigree
Combining the best bloodlines from BWP, SF, Holstein and KWPN, Deville offers a wide range of genetic diversity and the qualities essential for top-level sport.
Diabeau Van de Heffinck has brought back the blood of Clinton and Galoubet, two references in today's breeding world.
On the maternal side, Zeville brings in the genetics of Cor de la Bryère and Landgraf via Casco. His grandfather Animo adds the blood of the formidable Almé to this magnificent alliance.
This blend of Europe's finest show jumping genetics gives Deville's blood considerable added value !
Everything you need
Deville has everything a breeder needs in a modern show jumper: power, balance, amplitude, reactivity, mentality and, of course, good genetics. Deville's versatility makes her a natural jumper and, above all, very attractive for breeding !