RIP Nabab de Rêve | 1990 – 2015

Nabab de Rêve (Quidam de Revel x Artichaut), one of the most influential stallions in the showjumping world, has passed away at the age of 25

Born at Stéphane de Bruyn at haras des Rêves in 1990, registered at the SBS studbook (Belgian Sport Horse) with origins genetically 100% Selle français, Nabab de Rêve already has many approved sons who also compete in jumping including Kashmir prev. Schuttershof (SBS), Carembar the Muse (BWP), Vigo d’Arsouilles (SBS), Pourquoi Pas de Muze (AES), Winsome of sycamore (Zangersheide), Gilson Gaston (AES), Pagny du Fleury (AES), Prince v / d Wolfsakker (AES) and Double Diamond (Canada). His son Winsome van de Plataan was 2005 world champion in Lanaken. His daughter Subliem van ‘t Paradijs in 2000 was world champion of five-year-old horses. In 2009 Gaillard de la Pomme (x Nabab Narcotique Muze II) was approved for the SBS.

Nabab de Rêve is a proven sire of top showjumpers. He sires progeny with much power and good technique, to name a few;
* Walnut de Muze – Harry Smolders (NL)
* Vigo d’Arsouilles – Philippe Lejeune (BEL)
* Valentina van ‘t Heike – Jos Lansink (BEL)
* Nabab’s Son – Ludger Beerbaum (DE)
* Paradigm (ex Rabab) – Mario Deslauriers (CAN)
* Vici van ‘t Plutoniahof – Ludo Phillippaerts (BEL)
* Va et Viens van de Zelm – Marc Van Dijck (BEL)
* Le Rêve de Nabab – Sergio Alvarez Moya (ESP)
* Kashmir van ‘t Schuttershof – Philippe Lejeune (BEL)

Nabab de Rêve

Nabab de Rêve achievemnets:
Nabab de Rêve jumped very successfully on the international circuit. In 2002 he was elected Horse of the Year in Belgium. He and his Belgian rider Philippe Le Jeune, were the most frequent winning combination at the highest level of jumping. Nabab was the best Belgian-bred horse of all matches of the Samsung Nations Cups and helped Belgium win the bronze medal at the World Games in Jerez de laFrontera

The bay son of Quidam de Revel enjoyed his last days in the fields.

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