Name: ESME X
UELN: 826002180882467
Chipnumber: 966000100794403
Studbook: MAIN
Date of Birth: 22/05/18 (2 YEARS OLD)
WFFS: Not tested


We are delighted to introduce this astonishing filly who joins us all the way from Lanarkshire from the breeding of Aileen Stormonth. Esme X recently impressed an expert team of judges at the British Breeding Futurity to such an extent that she became the highest scoring entry of this year's series so far, across all disciplines and ages, with perfect marks of 10 for her conformation and canter. Goodyear VDL (formerly known as G-Star) is a local Scottish hero who famously won the Scottish free jumping championship as a 3 year old and is now standing at VDL stud in Holland. The dam brings excellent Belgian Warmblood performance breeding in the young horse champion Cadence van't Gelutt. This filly convinces with presence, movement and athleticism and is a serious competition prospect for the professional buyer.

Pedigree of 'ESME X'

GOODYEAR VDL (G-STAR) ***** AES (KWPN) 528003201106618 2011
VDL INDORADO HOLST 528003199010482 1990
GREY 1.72m
CORRADO I HOLST DE321210046185 1985
GREY 1.73m
COR DE LA BRYERE SI-UNIRE DE321210398168 1968
SOLEIL HOLST 210123680 1980
AIDA HOLST 210057086 1986
AHORN Z HANN DE331310226079 1979
TRESSE HOLST 210019081 1981
BILOMA KWPN 5280030601724 2006
VDL CARDENTO HOLST 210159892 1992
GREY 1.70m
CAPITOL I HOLST 210615475 1975
B-ESTELLE HOLST 210204587 1987
SILOMA KWPN 9904552 1999
ZEUS SF 320 1972
FILOMA KWPN 875835 1987
CADENCE VAN'T GELUTT ***** AES (Z) 826002002012080 2002
BROWN 1.70m
CENTO HOLST 210036089 1989
GREY 1.71m
CAPITOL I HOLST 210615475 1975
VIOLA XI HOLST 210068483 1983
TA POMME BWP 056002W00158919 1996
JUS DE POMME BWP 868233 1986
NIRWANA DE LA COUR BWP 056002W00105973 1990
GODWIN VAN TEN BOSCH BWP 056002W00001460 1983
BROWN 1.70m
CARNEVAL HOLST 210614574 1974
VORINA BWP 056002W00037541 1975

News of 'ESME X'

Latest AES news
Saturday, January 12

AES Breeders Shine at British Breeders' Awards

We were delighted to celebrate the achievements of British breeders at this year's British Breeders' Awards Dinner and Ceremony in London, an annual event organised by the British Horse Foundation.  We were particularly proud of the many AES breeders who received awards and recognition for their outstanding horses and youngsters.  The AES Award went to Suma's Zorro (Douglas x Horos XX) who was bred by Marily Power and Susan Lanigan O'Keeffe. This plucky little mare needs to introduction, after her superb win this year at Calgary! We were delighted that Marily and her brother Robert were able to travel to London and join us for the evening.  AES horses of all ages and across all three disciplines were recognised on the night: The Futurity Certificates of Merit and the Baileys Horse Feeds/British Breeding Futurity Awards are an opportunity to celebrate up-and-coming talent and give an indication of the exciting stars of the future.  The Baileys Horse Feeds/British Breeding Futurity Award for the highest placed foal of the entire Futurity series in 2018 went to Esme X (Goodyear VDL x Cadence van t'Gelutt Z) bred by Aileen Stormonth in Scotland. A wonderful result for this outstanding filly who was also selected for the AES Elite Foal Auction! Certificates of Merit for the highest scoring Futurity entries for their age and disciplines went to: The dressage foal Crocket (Quantensprung x Jazz), bred by Nicola Burton. Crocket was also an Elite Auction foal, and we were delighted that her new owner Bev Lynn was able to pick up his award.  The eventing yearling Mesmerize-Me-SSH (Zumani Decor x Edkinghill), bred by Rosalyn Serex of Solaris Sport Horses. The showjumping two-year-old Masterclass (For Pleasure x Balou du Rouet), bred by Keith Lovelock. The showjumping three-year-old Kylie (Amaretto LCH Z x Concorde), bred by Mark Evans of Castell Sport Horses.  But the awards did not stop with the youngstock.  The British Dressage Young Horse Award for 5-year-olds went to Kiss and Tell (Kardinal x Skyscraper van de Derkes) who was bred by Rebecca Hoare and is owned by Roland Tong and Angie Felton. The British Showjumping Young Horse Award for 5-year-olds went to Bianca du Rouet (Statinus x Balou du Rouet), bred and owned by Helen Rees. The British Showjumping Young Horse Award for 7-year-olds went to Cristo Beech (It's the Business x Cantero), who was bred by Derek Moreton and Geoff Glazzard and is owned by GG Horses.  And last but not least, the Gornall Equestrian Award went to Wishes (Guidam x Wellington), bred and owned by Claire Inglis.  Congratulations to everyone for your fantastic achievements, we are incredibly proud!