Double Whoopy, 16.2hh,  2013 chestnut stallion imp. (or Junior as he's known to his friends), is one of the most exciting young stallions out there.  He is being quietly produced here in New Zealand, he has had very few outings but has impressed with what he's done so far. 

Unbelievable scope, technique and careful, he has all the goods. Beautiful temperament, kind and wants to please, we have very high hopes for this chap.

Movement to die for, he was the top rated stallion of the NZWB 2019 tour with assessor Frank Weisskirchen giving him an 'Excellence' score. 

"This stallion shows the scope and type to produce great showjumpers and will be an interesting prospect to breed eventers out of thoroughbred mares" FW

Both parents are genuine 1.60 horses. Mr. Whoopy and Double Trouble X (their information is on this page)

His full sister Whoop De Doo (8 Mr. Whoopy/Double Trouble X) is already competing at GP level in California with Olympic gold medalist Will Simpson. 

Double Whoopy will be available for the upcoming season to select mares. Fresh, Chilled and Frozen are available, via Equibreed,  subject to ts &cs.


Mr. Whoopy

Contendro i/Watzmann


Double Trouble X

Didi/Hill Farmer

Junior's Dam, Double Trouble X (DT)  DIDI/ Hill Farmer, pretty much did it all. Helen bought her in Europe and imported her to America circa 2004, to compete in Young Rider and GP levels which she did to great success.

Bred in England this generous mare did everything from juniors to World Cups, Am/owner to Nations Cups. All round super mare. She has already bred a GP horse in Whoop De Doo, who is the same sire as Junior, Mr. Whoopy.

She was brave as a lion, scopey, and gave 100% every round. DT didn't retire to the broodmare paddock until she was almost in her 20's having a few foals before unfortunately passing away last year. 

Her sire, Didi, was ridden by Michael Whitaker to great success. He jumped nations cups and puissances.

Her mother(records are a bit dated) was very competitive also, jumping junior europeans with two different riders as well as winning the fox hunter final under Nick Skelton.

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