One in a Million SCF
- Presley Boy - Nabab De Reve - Chin Chin
- 2014 16.0h Bay BWP Stallion
- $1000 Fresh (Private Treaty), $500 Frozen
One in a Million SCF is a fantastic young stallion out of one of the most famous dam lines in the world. His grand dam, Querly Chin, jumped to 1.60m with Christophe Barbeau and is one of the best foundation mares in show jumping history. She produced multiple international jumpers such as Walnut de Muze, Merveille de Muze, Narcotique de Muze II, Narcotique de Muze IV, Walloon de Muze, and Werly Chin de Muze, who is the dam of One in a Million.
Werly Chin de Muze jumped 1.60m with Angelie Von Essen and Richard Davenport and produced several top offspring including: 2012 London Olympic Jumper, Derly Chin de Muze (For Pleasure) 1.60m (dam of 1.60m Japatero VDM) ridden by Eric Lamaze, Diablesse de Muze (Baloubet du Rouet) 1.60m (dam of 1.55m BWP I am Moerhoeve's Star, and Everly Chin de la pomme (Malito de Reve) who was the dam to two BWP Stallion Champions, Kasanova de la Pomme (Bamako de Muze) and Latour (Darco).
Werly is also the full sister to international 1.60m jumper, Walnut de Muze (Nabab de Reve) with Harry Smolders and also the dam of BWP stallion, I'm Special de Muze (Emerald). Werly is also the full sister to Walloon de Muze (Nabab de Reve) 1.50m dam of 1.60m Daytona de Muze (Cento) and 1.60m Toupie de la Roque (Kannan). Another Walloon daughter, Centa de Muze (Cento), also producded 1.60m Free Style de Muze (Lord Z) and 1.60m Horizon de Regor (Obourg).
His sire, Presley Boy, was highly regarded in the show jumping community competing successfully at the international level with Jamie Azcarraga winning at Calgary, Arezzo, and Monterrey before being sold for 7 million euros and joining Saudi Equestrian. Presley Boy continued to excel under Khaled Al Eid successfully competiing in the 2010 WEG follwed by winning the 1.60m CSI5* Grand Prix of Gijon, 2nd in the Global Champions Tour CSI5* Finals Grand Prix, and 3rd in teh CSI4* WC Olympic Games Qualifier, Team Gold and Individual Bronze at the Asian Games, and 1st at Spruce Meadows in 2011.
One in a Million SCF scored very high marks for his canter, technique, willingness, conformation, and overall impression during his stallion inspection with Boudewijn Schepers in 2017. At only 3, he is an exciting young stallion to watch develop in the coming years!
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