Monday, November 18, 2019

Jaguar van Paemel Earns Multiple Breeding Approvals

Jaguar van Paemel.

Jaguar van Paemel, a 2009 Belgian Warmblood stallion imported to the US in 2019, was recently Approved for breeding by multiple US and European registries, following his November presentation at the multi-registry licensing at Pollyrich Farm in California. Jaguar was Approved by Zangersheide as a young stallion, and went on to an international show jumping career. Based on his competition record and his presentation results, he is now also Approved for the American Hanoverian Society and Hanoverian Verband, American Rhineland Studbook, Belgian Warmblood Association and BWP/NAD, Westfalen Verband and North American Westfalen Studbook.

Jaguar was bred by Luc van Eeckhoudt and Karin Verdeyen of Stoeterij van Paemel in Belgium, who owned him until this year. He competed up to 1 meter 60 in international competition, mostly under Dirk Demeersman. In 2018 and into 2019 he competed with French rider Aldrick Cheronnet.

Jaguar van Paemel: Scope to spare.
Jaguar is a 17.2-hand stallion by Cicero Z van Paemel out of Sissi by Sandro. He has an impressive jumping style and scope. Hap Hansen, who saw Jaguar in Europe and again this year in the US, says, "Jaguar van Paemel has phenomenal technique. He has a beautiful style, with scope to spare." Jaguar seems to pass on the scope over fences, as well as great temperament and work ethic.

Jaguar has about 75 offspring in Europe and a handful in the US. His first foals turned 6 this year, and are beginning their showing and breeding careers. Nic Nac van Paemel (2013) and several others jumped at the 1m30 level in Europe this summer. Other notable standouts are: Jewel ASK, a 2016 son out of a Diamant de Semilly mare who is licensed for Danish Warmblood breeding; Jukebox van Paemel (2014); and Jetset van Paemel Z (2015).

Jewel ASK, Approved Danish Warmblood son of Jaguar.
Jukebox van Paemel at 3.

Jetset van Paemel, by Jaguar.

Jaguar van Paemel is owned by Geraldine Bidwell of Santa Barbara, California; collections will be handled by Santa Lucia Farm.

For more information, please visit Jaguar's Stallion Profile page, or stop by his website, to see videos and photos of Jaguar and his offspring.

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