One of the highest ranked stallions in both the German and Dutch breeding indexes. A successful competition horse and a successful sire.
Lupicor was approved as a two year old stallion at the Westfalan studbook where he was available for breeding before returning to Stal de Wiemselbach at the end of 2001. This talented son of Lux Z competed very successfully in the Dutch stallion competitions, and after his convincing performances in ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Ermelo, he was also accepted by the KWPN. Lupicor later went on to compete very convincingly with Marco Kutscher with successes in the big international classes such as La Bagnaia, Münster and Frankfurt.
Lupicor is a product of the successful breeding line of the Schroembges family where he was bred out of ‘keur’ awarded Jourdette S, a daughter of the Westphalian showjumping horse progenitor Pilot. Jourdette S made a worthy career for herself in showjumping, competing at national and international levels. The mare had an excellent technique and was very careful as well. The KWPN approved stallion Pitcher S, who jumps the national competitions, is a full brother to Jourdette S. The same female line also produced the international showjumper El Padrino (Jasper) ridden by Hansueli Sprunger and the KWPN stallion Lester (Lancer II).
Lupicor’s sire, Lux Z, was bred at Zangersheide Stud Farm and claimed many victories in his international sports career with Italian rider Jerry Smit. This combination also participated in the Sydney Olympics and won the Pulsar Crown competitions of both Valkenswaard and Cannes.
Lupicor’s first offspring in Westfalen already included his son Lenardo, who was the reserve champion at his performance test in Westfalen. In addition, Lupicor showed a collection of above average offspring which. At the 2005 German national young horses Championships 3 horses by Lupicor qualified for the finals, a great success regarding the large amount of horses competing during the event. At the 2006 KWPN stallion approval in S’Hertogenbosch it was Lupicor who displayed a remarkable group of young stallions with great movements and superb jumping abilities, among them the KWPN stallion champion 2006 L’Esprit (Lupicor x Landgraf I).
The most appealing example of Lupicor’s offspring is California who with Edwina Alexander currently is very successful in 1.60m GP competitions. Other successful international showjumpers by Lupicor are: Correte (Keean White), Brianda (Ali Wolff), Zandigo TS (Philipp Schober), Cisco’s Zidane (Andres Penaloza), Zamiro (Kara Chard) and Waomi (Kent Farrington).