Touch of Class H7

  • BWP mare, 2019
  • Untouchable 27 x Kanga H7
  • Ifrane damline (the mare family of Mylord Carthago and Triomphe de Muze)
  • Bred by Dr. Balazs Hargitai


Touch of Class H7 pedigree

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SIRE: Untouchable 27

Untouchable has competed successfully in international classes, with placings in the prestigious Global Champions Tour among many other successful tournaments.

Untouchable is the sire N°1 in the Netherlands based on his progenies. 40% of his first 55 foals perform in CSI – like Untouched under Nick Skelton and Ben Maher, or Big Brother under René Lopez have triumphed in the arena. 

DAM: Kanga H7

Kanga H7 comes from the world-famous Belgian “Ifrane” damline. This mare family was established by the Belgian rider and veterinarian Joris de Brabander in the ’80s, by starting to breed with his full arabian mare, Ifrane. Since then Ifrane, and her progenies, the de Muze mareline gave more than 20 jumpers competing internationally at 1.60 level, such as: Bamako de Muze, Ego van Orti  (with Edwina Tops-Alexander at CSI5* Lyon 2012), Finbarr V (220cm puissance with Robert Whitaker), Jolly Mome, Lord if Chalusse (with Karina Rie Truelsen at the World Cup Lyon 2010), Mylord Carthago (with Penelope Leprevost winning the Nations Cup of Aachen in 2012), or  Triomphe de Muze (approved for SF, NRPS, SBS, BWP). And I better don’t start to explain the heritage of the 23 approved stallions coming from Ifrane.