Mumbaï, resident since 2019 of the Ludger Beerbaum stables, has just struck a blow at the end of 2020 by winning the CSI5 * World Cup event in Riadh under the saddle of Christian Kukuk.
Mumbai van de Moerhoeve is the perfect example of a crossbreed that works through uncompromising selection for performance. He not only has Diamant de Semilly, Nabob de Rêve, Chin Chin and Quidam de Revel on the fathers side, but a prestigious line of mothers.
Mumbai van de Moerhoeve was slowly trained and competed at the age of six under Nick Vrins / BEL in the international youth tours of Valkenswaard / NED and Bondheiden / BEL. He was also placed sixth overall in the prestigious Dutch Stallion Competition Series.
At 7 years old, it is Christian Kukuk, her current rider who takes the reins and takes MUMBAI to the final of the 7-year-old world championships in 2019, the rest we know: a year 2020 of work in Riesenbeck and the big day: One of the rare World Cup stages of the year in CSI5 * and the triumph of this young 8-year-old stallion
Let's come back to this genetics:
First product of the young Ischgl de Muze (Dream mogul) evolving in 140cm under the saddle of Joe Clee (GBR).
Ischgl is a daughter of winner in Paris 5 *, London 5 *, and ranked in Monte Carlo 5 *, Canne 5 *, Hamburg 5 * Barcelona 5 *, Basel 5 *.
And if we go down in the pedigree, it is of course La Belle van Sombeke via which complements an impeccable paper.
The 160cm performers of the family: