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Lacoste is the 3/4 sister of Dejavu (Heartbreaker), one of the three horses that jumped the Olympic Games finals in Rio de Janeiro 2016 for Qatar. With rider Bassem Mohammed Hassan he placed fourth in the GCT GP of Antwerp and Paris. 

With Gert-Jan Bruggink and with the sponsorname Primeval Dejavu (born as Ensor van de Bucxtale), he won the 2013 Dutch Championship in Mierlo. He jumped clear in the GP of Rotterdam with just one rein. He won the Frankfurt GP, Hannover GP, Gijon Nations Cup, 2nd place Dublin Nations Cup, second place GP Amsterdam, 3rd place GP Maastricht, 4th GP München, 5th Valkenswaard GCT GP. He has been one of the best horses of the world for many years so far.

Dam Lacoste is a promising young mare which won the BWP free jumping contest in Evergem. She is not only the sister of Dejavu, but also of Charmeur vh Kloosterhof, the CSI2* level GP horse of Jan Claeys. Charmeur won a 1.45m class with 145 participants during Knokke Hippique 2016 and placed 3rd and 8th in the GP-classes at Knokke. Also the international eventing horse Caloa vh Kloosterhof (ex-Karin Donckers) has the same Ramiro dam.




Edjaz van 't Merelsnest x Zambesi °2020 03 11 - Stallion

Lacoste July 2017

Lacoste's first foal by Vigo d'Arsouilles (export to Stal Hendrix)

Lacoste jumping under saddle as a 3 year old

Winner Loose Jumping BWP Evergem 2014



Top broodmare Lacoste secured for Merelsnest! (09-01-2017)


Ukaz van 't Merelsnest (°2020)
Sereno van 't Merelsnest (°2018)
Glasgow's Boy van 't Merelsnest Z (°2018)
Saloni van 't Merelsnest (°2018)
Qui a vu Merelsnest (°2016)



Half brother Dejavu (GP winner with Gert-Jan Bruggink)

Half brother Dejavu (Olympic Games Rio 2016)

Foto's Nakomelingen

Qui a Vu van 't Merelsnest (Vigo d'Arsouilles)

Qui a Vu van 't Merelsnest (Vigo d'Arsouilles)

Qui a Vu van 't Merelsnest (Vigo d'Arsouilles)


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