The blood-typed son of Toulon called Toujolow is a quality horse you can always bank on in the course. In his recent very first show season he convinced with his good rideability, intelligence and consistency. At the indoor championships for young showjumpers of the Hanoverian breeding association he crowned his season by winning the silver medal. With all his scope, blood and a great mentality he uses to jump every course with ease. There’s no doubt that he would also make a fantastic partner for an ambitious junior rider.
Ridden by the french rider Hubert Bourdy, Toujolow‘s sire Toulon took several wins in CSI5*-Grand Prix classes. He’s one oft he most important sons of his so influential sire Heartbreaker. Toulon produced numerous world-class showjumpers such as PSG Final for Austria’s Max Kühner und Ireland’s Cian O’Connor and Toulago for Germany’s Daniel Deusser und the US-rider Adrienne Sternlicht. Toujolow’s dam Golden Eye is by Ludger Beerbaum’s stallion Goldfever who was one the most successful showjumpers of his time. In the following generations you find again Heartbreaker followed by Lord Z and Ramiro going back to a highly successful Belgian damlin. There are so impressive close relatives to Toujolow e.g. the 1.60m-jumping Biness van Overis (Paul Freimüller (CH)), her licensed, 1.60m-jumping son Veyron (ex Conmiro; Ben Asselin (CAN)) and the famous Bollvorm’s Chablis who was placed in the 5*-Grand Prix of Rome with the Dutch rider Roelof Bril.