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Billy Du Montois

AES APPROVED ***(2005) STALLION
GREY
16.2HH
2011

Stud fee £800 plus VAT

Frozen semen available.

BREEDING

By the Prolific sire Cevin Z, who’s progeny include, Billy Mexico, Billy Balou, Borough Penny Z, Billy Bounce.

Cevin Z’s breeding features the outstanding bloodlines for which the Zangersheide Studbook is famous. He carries the double crosses of both Cor De La Bryere and Capitol 1 in his pedigree. He was the second highest priced foal from this prestigious stud in 1997. Cevin Z is highly regarded both for talent and pedigree, with an exceptional temperament with which he stamps his progeny.

His Dam Amber Du Montois has won at 5* shows around the world and was a regular member of the British nations cup team.

PERFORMANCE ACHIEVEMENTS

Billy Du Montois 2nd in the British Bred 5 year old Championship at the British young horse championships at Addington Manor and won the British Bred 4 year old Championship. He has continued to impress us jumping endless clear rounds in the Foxhunter classes showing his natural ability and scope. We will now aim him towards the young horse classes over the summer.

PROGENY

He currently does not have any foals on the ground.

Quotes

“For ability and bloodlines Billy Congo more than compares with any other stallion standing today, he is an exciting prospect for the future and I will be using him on my mares.”

Roelof Bril

“Billy Congo is an exceptional young horse about to break into the top of the sport. He also has the bloodlines to match and that is why he will be my choice of stallion.”

Duncan Inglis

“Having already bred a World Cup Finalist in Flexible, I see huge potential in Billy Congo having seen him compete at several international shows. The fact that I have selected him to use on my mares speaks for itself.”

Edward Doyle

“Billy Congo is one of the most exciting young stallions I have seen. His bloodlines and the ability he is showing in the international arena makes him an ideal choice for my mares.”

John Whitaker