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HFG Quaman: A promise of Brazilian jumping excellence

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Stephan Barcha (BRA) riding the mare Chevaux Primavera Montana Império Egípcio, bred by Haras Montana

By Roberta Milani / ABCCH (translation Caroline Padilla)
Photography: Luis Ruas and Natalie Suto from the riders’ archives

Bred and raised at the prestigious Haras FG in Brazil, HFG Quaman boasts a bloodline that combines the renowned Diamant de Semilly [SF] and the exceptional lineage of Quidam's Rubin [Holst], out of Oldenburg mare, Quanti.

Under the saddle of Brazilian rider Luiz Francisco de Azevedo, this Brazilian showjumping stallion, born in 2013, recently celebrated a glorious victory at the Longines Global Champions Tour in Miami by completing the 1m40 course without penalties over two rounds, and clocking a very swift jump-off time of 24:56 seconds. This achievement left behind 44 other high-level competitors, solidifying Brazil’s place on the podium. The precision and skill of the pair earned them not only the honor of winning a prestigious competition but also a significant bonus prize of €2,500.

Qualifying for Paris 2024 Olympic Games

The countdown to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games is now in full swing, and all eyes are on the talented athletes seeking to secure their participation in this prestigious sporting event. Among them, of course, is Luiz Francisco de Azevedo, riding the BH (Brazilian Sport Horse) HFG Quaman, representing showjumping. In their quest for a ticket to Paris, Luiz Francisco de Azevedo and HFG Quaman recorded the qualifying standard during the first quarter of this year in the CSIO4* Nations Cup in Wellington, FL. However, the journey to the Olympic Games requires more than just one satisfactory result. According to the established qualification criteria, three results in qualifying events are required to ensure participation. At this moment, Luiz Francisco de Azevedo has just one on which he’s hoping to build... To read the complete article you need to be a subscriber
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