The Grand Prix stallion Nespresso has been nominated for recognition. The General Board has now formalized the application for recognition of this Negro son. The Van Olst Horses stallion, bred by R. van Erp, recently made his international Grand Prix debut.
The fourteen-year-old Nespresso was recently competed by Charlotte Fry in Jardy, France, in the international Grand Prix, where the duo achieved 77.08% and a second place in the freestyle to music. As a young stallion, Nespresso was selected for the performance test.
Nespresso meets the radiological requirements set by the KWPN. The genome breeding value and the exterior do not create any concerns. Nespresso has a genomic breeding value of 100 (48% reliability). He is not a carrier of the WFFS gene.