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Prestige van het Kluizebos

The ultimate modern stallion. “His pedigree guarantees jumping quality.”


At the BWP approvals in 2018 Prestige was awarded the reserve champion title. In his report he was described as a sporty stallion with a good attitude and good reflexes over the jump.

He has since competed successfully at stallion competitions and in young horse classes showing great promise as a future star.


Prestige boasts a very impressive pedigree. His sire is the great Heartbreaker stallion Halifax vh Kluizebos, winner of numerous Grands Prix including the Rolex Grand Prix in Rome/ITA and the prestigious Lanaken Sires of the World Grand Prix. In 2017 he was the best show jumper in the world with Italian rider Lorenzo de Luca. As a breeding stallion he was awarded the coveted title of “Ambassadeur” in Belgium.

Ms Franziska, Prestige’s dam, is full sister to the legendary Clinton, one of Belgium’s best competitors and sire to the likes of Cornet Obolensky. She is also dam of the successful Grand Prix stallion, PKZ Contact vd Heffinck.

Breed: BWP
Height: 16.3hh, 169cm
Colour: Bay
Year Born: 2015
Country of Origin: Belgium
Resident in South Africa: No
Semen Available: Imported frozen
Stud Fee: €350 prior import + €450 by 1 Dec 2020 or insemination, whichever comes first - LFG
Contact: Iconic Sires
Telephone: +27 (0)71 566 7305

Halifax vh Kluizebos (BWP)
Heartbreaker (KWPN)
Dalida vd Heffinck (BWP)
Nimmerdor (KWPN)
Bacarole (KWPN)
Fetiche du Pas (SF)
Ovanna vd Heffinck (BWP)
Ms Franziska (Holst)
Corrado I (Holst)
Urte I (Holst)
Cor de la Bryere (SF)
Soleil (Holst)
Masetto (Holst)
Ohra (Holst)



Prestige is a very modern horse with long legs, good size and lots of blood and nobility. He passes on a long striding canter, his great technique and athleticism. He stamps his offspring who stand high off the ground with length in their bodies. Prestige suits a variety of different types of mares and compliments a smaller, shorter mare or a mare that doesn’t have a lot of front.