The jumping ability of Inaico VDL does not fall from the sky. His full sister Hello M'Lady is one of the most successful horses of rider Scott Brash. 2015 Hello M'Lady won, at just nine years old all the Global Champions Tour of Monte Carlo. The mare finished second in the five-star Grand Prix of Los Angeles and third in the World Cup in Verona. Her eldest daughter Picobello Jasmine, a descendant of Arezzo VDL, now performs at 1.40m level under the Belgian top rider Gregory Wathelet.
Inaico VDL's father Indoctro is explanatory; his descendants prove time and again their great class and one of the best stallions of the past decades. For grandfather Baloubet du Rouet is the same; at the highest level to make his descendants for many years and where he himself was Olympic champion and three-time World Cup Final winner.
Inaico VDL's mother Beach Quella not only brought Hello M'Lady, but also the international showjumper Fajoecha Johnny Pals. Quelle grandmother is a daughter of the Nimmerdor son Hercos and jumped at 1.30m level. Quelle brought among other things, the international jumpers Voltigeur and Febo's L'Argentina.
At the KWPN Stallion Show in Ermelo as well as Den Bosch Inaico VDL was seen as one of the most striking jumpers. Also in the KWPN performance test Inaico VDL stood his ground and was given no less than 83.5 points. His lightness, unrivaled reflexes and very high degree of caution were richly rewarded, but his athletic ability was noticed by the KWPN. For gallop, reflexes, ability, rideability and jumping talent earned Inaico VDL 8,5'en. Expected: 135
Inaico VDL: A full brother Hello M'Lady with the same qualities