Tiara Cove CSF

2019 chestnut filly
SEMILLY – Jumper prospect.
Expected height at maturity: 16.2-17h.


Get the best bloodlines in Europe here in North America!
TIARA COVE CSF is by Vagabond de la Pomme; her dam is by Diamant de Semilly
and is from the coveted Ifrane damline: same as Mylord Carthago, Bamako de
Muze, Triomphe de Muze, and many other internationally successful showjumpers.

Born on May 9th, 2019, TIARA COVE CSF’s purchase price includes all routine
vet/farrier care through weaning (at 6 months old), full registration and passport
from the Belgian Warmblood in Belgium, microchip, as well as lifetime registration
with USEF.

TIARA COVE CSF was inspected by a BWP judge from Belgium: she received a
First Premium score. The judge commented that Tiara was very supple and light in
her gaits; has good conformation with very good base of support (joints,
correctness of legs/feet). Tiara is very sweet and social.  She is playful with other
foals in the pasture but is very quiet in the stall and loves to be groomed.  Stands
well for farrier, trailers well with dam.

Vagabond de la Pomme

(17h), is internationally victorious in
1.60m jumping: 5* level and finished
second of his first FEI World Cup Final
in Las Vegas. His damline is one of the
best in the world: Qerly Chin. He
already has 15 licensed sons, 2 of
which are already competing at 1.60m
(at 9 years old).

Dam’s sire, DIAMANT DE SEMILLY, continues to be at the top of ALL showjumping sires in the world and he starting to make his mark as a damsire. This stallion won team Gold at the World Championship in Spain in 2002 with Eric Levallois. One year later, he became European Champion.

Dam, BIJOUE DE VIE, an imported Selle Français mare (16.2h) is, like Vagabond de la Pomme, from a rich damline and another ne of the best in the world: Ifrane. Her grand mother was a 1.60m showjumper. Bijoue’s close cousins (share a grandmother) are MYLORD CARTHAGO, BAMAKO DE MUZE, TRIOMPHE DE MUZE and many other approved stallions and 1.60m jumpers. Bijoue was imported as a foal and has only been a broodmare for us; we felt the importance of her pedigree speaks for itself.