Stéphanie de Crèvecoeur inspecting Candy (October 2017)
TYPE OF MARE AND OFFSPRING
Candy is modern, he brings blood, quality canter, rideability. His medium size (16.2h) makes him suitable for larger mares who need blood and refinement.
Candy has a very good temperament and is easy to handle.
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“Candy de Nantuel, exhibits an intelligence that is out of the ordinary. He has something extra compared to other horses. He only makes a mistake once, he is an extremely fast learner. He is very rideable with a good mouth, good mind, very good jumping technique and suppleness. He is a real cat!”
Christophe Deuquet, breeder of Candy de Nantuel
NEW NORMANDY FARM
B R E E D I N G S H O W R E S U L T S
Candy de Nantuel is considered as one of the best young horses of his age group, he is definitely the new rising star of the SF studbook.
French breeders immediately saw his talents and Candy de Nantuel bred almost 300 mares in France only for his first year.
His pedigree speaks for itself, combining Quidam de Revel on both Sire and Dam lines with Diamant de Semilly. No need to say he has an outstanding Dam line!
The first generations are confirming the breeder's craze for Candy and make the show at sales and auctions in Europe. "Hello de Chalusse" was for instance sold at 3yo for 70.000 Euros (almost USD 85.000) at auction or "Hope Mouche", "Hot Savoie" or "Highland de Riverland" who are already approved stallions.
Achievements (5yo in 2017):
- Winner of the Selle Francais Master class in Saint Lo
- Candy offered his pilot 15 clean rounds out of 18 courses
- 4th at the 5 YO French showjumping championship
- Already ranked "Elite" in the Selle Francais studbook!!!
- Finished 6th of the 3YO Selle Francais stallion licensing championship
- Second highest Price at the F.E.N.C.E.S auction in the"Elite" division
CANDY DE NANTUEL
Luidam x Diamant de Semilly
Selle Francais - 2012 - chestnut – 16.2h – ISO 133
Price per contract: $ 1800
Multi doses contract
Despite his young age, Candy has already bred more
than 2500 mares, just in... France!!!