Monte Carlo possesses three top gaits, and a powerful hind-leg movement, which places him in a league of his own and with a bright future ahead.
At the 2020 KWPN stallion licensing Blue Hors Monte Carlo convincingly made his way to the premium ring and stood out as the most powerful mover of the licensing. Monte Carlo was introduced to rider after the Dutch licensing, and Blue Hors took the opportunity to view him at van Uytert’s yard when he had only been under saddle a few times. Nevertheless, his great potential for the upper level shone through. Once again, at the Danish stallion licensing in Herning Blue Hors Monte Carlo found himself in the premium ring, and with the title of double Premium Stallion.
For his KWPN performance test in 2020 he placed as no. 2 with the marks 9 for walk, 8,5 for trot, 9 for canter, 8,5 for suppleness, 8,5 for posture and balance, 8,5 for ridability and interior – as well as a 9 for capacity
In 2021, Monte Carlo became number 3 at the Danish Riding Federation’s championship final for 4-year-old dressage horses. His marks were 8.8 for trot, 8.5 for a nice and clean walk, 9 for a very good canter with a good ‘uphill’ tendency, 8.6 for rideability, 9 for capacity and a total score of 89.60 points. The judges especially pointed out the high capacity that will be completely unique to develop on in the future!
Monte Carlo‘s pedigree of Dream Boy – United – Jazz in combination with a strong damline does not leave much to be desired. His sire Dream Boy by Vivaldi/Ferro successfully competes in international Grand Prix with HansPeter Minderhoud. Damsire United is by Krack C/Partout, both of which has competed in international Grand Prix with Anky van Grunsven, and United himself has competed in Intermediaire, before an injury put an end to his career. His damsdamsire Jazz has competed in international Grand Prix with Tineke Bartels and Kirsten Beckers and is considered one of the world’s most influential sires in dressage horse breeding.