Je T'aime Flamenco

Flamenco Desmilly
Le Tot De Semilly
Grand Veneur
 Venue Du Tot
Quenotte Du Chemin
 St. Brendan
 Quansie Van De Halhoeve
 Koriena Van De Halhoeve
 West World



Je T'aime Flamenco's Sire, (Verelst) Flamenco De Semilly, is from one of the strongest stallion lines in the breeding of jumping horses, the Le Tot De Semilly– Grand Veneur line. Under Marc Van Dijck the French Stallion has showed that he is a powerful jumping horse. When you consider the mere number of his breeding services, he produces an above average number of excellent jumping horses. From his early breeding seasons we have Grand Prix horses such as Molly Ashes Vicomte D, Gregory Wathletts Willem, Wonder Boy and Je Taime Flamenco, all performing at maximum level, considering their age.


His dam, Quansie Van De Halhoeve, competed and won at 1.50 level in Belgium. Her sire is the great German stallion Landetto, who is by Landgraf, who is by Lady Killer, giving the dam a great and famous jumping blood line. Landetto’s offspring include Undercover Agent and Utah Van Epicon, whilst Landgraf's include Burgraf and Libero. Uniquely though his dams blood line, Je Tamie Flamenco is closely related to great sprinters such as Westworld and Try My Best from the USA


His grand sire Le Tot De Semilly carries proven jumping genes. His sire Grand Veneur is one of the most influential sires of his time. Le Tot De Semilly, won or was placed in 22 International classes between 1988 and ‘91. He was part of the Gold Medal winning team at the European Young Riders Championship in Millstreet, Ireland, being place fourth individually. In 1991 he won €183,000 in prize money. Le Tot De Semilly has produced offspring who’s names continue to stand out in the sport such as   Everest Ashley, Itot Du Chateau, Item De Quintin, Ideal De Prissey, Diamant De Semilly and Fidji De Fleury to name but a few.