Following the KWPN stallion licensing, Blue horse now co-owns one of this season's most impressive young dressage stallions and announced the arrival of three-year-old Blue Hors Monte Carlo. During his 2020 licensing, this movement artist convinced with three quality gaits and a strong engine with a powerful hind-leg mechanism that put him in a league of his own for a future in major sport, and his well-deserved 'premium' status.

Blue Hors Monte Carlo's excellent bloodline includes Dream Boy x United x Jazz, combined with a strong performance damline. Bred by Dutchman W. Den Besten, his maternal line has produced Grand Prix horses such as Murdock (Balzflug), Annette Ballerina (Scandic), Bolero (Johnson), as well as licensed stallions such as Joop TC (Ravel) and Son De Niro (De Niro).

Blue Hors breeding manager Martin Klavsen said; "When we first saw the stallion at the licensing in the Netherlands, he stood out as a very strong mover and attracted a lot of attention. Therefore, I got in touch with stallion keeper Joop van Uytert, and we agreed that we could come and test ride Blue Hors Monte Carlo after our stallion show in Vechta. We were very excited and clearly envisaged his great potential for greater tasks in future. I am very fond of the combination of bloodlines which is uncommon in Denmark."

Joop van Uytert, Tim Coomans, and Nico Witte, maintain 50% ownership of Blue Hors Monte Carlo, who will now be trained and stand at stud at Blue Hors. He will be presented at the Danish Warmblood Stallion Show in Herning (March 4-8, 2020).