The Dutch based Elite Trakehner stallion Easy Game has received approval for KWPN breeding at age 18!
Easy Game is by Gribaldi out of ster preferent prestation mare Evita XII (by Schwadroneur x Cannon Row xx). He is bred by Filip Willemsen from Bergharen, The Netherlands
The bay stallion has been consistently owned by Joop van Uytert although in the past decade German Petra Wilm held a share, as well as the Belgian Veronique Swagemakers. He is co-owned by Van Uytert and Swagemakers.
Holland and Belgium
The bay stallion was first trained by Jan Lens and then by Theo Hanzon and John Tyssen. He competed up to small tour level and trained to Grand Prix level.
In 2014 a 50% ownership share sold to Belgian Veronique Swagemakers who acquired the horse as a schoolmaster and sport horse. Easy Game moved to Belgium, but returned to The Netherlands in 2017 and resumed breeding.
Elite Trakehner Stallion
Already in 2014, Easy Game was proclaimed Elite Stallion by the German Trakehner society.
Although he was never highly used by breeders, he produced two licensed sons (Sir Easy and the highly popular Millennium) and state premium daughters, Maxima and Vienna.
Since then he also sired licensed sons Best Game, Louis ter Kwincke, Hermes, and Honoré du Soir.
Easy Game's quality as a breeding stallion has only become truly apparent in recent years with his offspring reaching Grand Prix level.
Most famous get is Jessica von Bredow-Werndl's European championship medal winning mare Dalera TSF and the Dutch Olympic team candidate and KWPN licensed Hermes (Dinja van Liere).
Easy Game's breeding value with the KWPN society had risen to 159 in 2019 and a reliability of 61%. In 2020 that value rose to 166 points with a reliability of 73%.
"For breeding, Easy Game is interesting for his ability to collect, his talent for piaffe and passage and he passes on size. In addition he has unique blood for the KWPN pool," said "Easy Game has the PROK predicate so fulfils the KWPN X-ray requirements."