Bojengel and Zodinde Sold to Jazmin Yom-Tov

Tue, 03/27/2018 - 16:12
Tommie Visser and Bojengel at the 2016 CDI-W Amsterdam :: Photo © Digishots

Hungarian-Israeli real estate investor Arie Yom-Tov has acquired the Dutch bred Bojengel and Zodinde for his 16-year old daughter Jazmin Yom-Tov, who has been competing at junior, young rider, small tour and Grand Prix level in 2017.

Bojengel is a 12-year old KWPN licensed stallion by Uptown out of Tistie ter Kwincke (by Gribaldi). He is bred by Abel Slippens and was originally named Baron Ter Kwinke.

The bay stallion sold at the 2009 KWPN Select Sale to Serge Pais, Chris van Breugel of Stal de Bekelaar and Westrade Stables. Bojengel competed as a young horse in The Netherlands and was trained and shown by a large string of riders including Stephanie Dorr, Kim Leduc, Janny Koks and Stephanie Peters, before the ride was allocated to Tommie Visser in 2015. 

Visser and Bojengel had one season at international small tour level with competition starts in November 2015 through January 2016 in Lier, Roosendaal, and Mechelen. They won the Lier Prix St Georges and Roosendaal Inter I Kur. The pair also rode in the national PSG held at the 2016 CDI-W Amsterdam. 

Bojengel has produced one licensed son, Ghandi.

Thamar Zweistra on Zondinde
Earlier in January, Yom-Tov also bought the 14-year old NRPS registered Grand Prix schoolmaster Hexagon's Zodinde (by Louisville x Rubiquil). Under Thamar Zweistra the mare competed at international Grand Prix level in 2015 and 2016. In 2017 the mare was shown at junior riders' level by Dutch Amber de Groot.  

The Yom-Tovs have their own equestrian yard in Uden, The Netherlands, where they are more centrally located in Western European horse country. Jazmin's string of horses is ever expanding and now includes  Duna Luna, Sierappel, Jazzo, Willem Alexander, Oldi, Intendro van de Nachtegaele and Stiffelio, amongst more younger talent. 

Photos © Digishots - Astrid Appels

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