Bittersweet PROK
Inspekteur is the dam sire for the Olympic Team Gold Medallist Uthopia, ridden by Carl Hester. Inspekteur is a
stallion who posseses the best in bloodlines, movement and character, accented by a stunning exterior. He has
proven himself at stud, in the manner of his sire, Darwin. Darwin, by Roemer, supplied a lot of dressage ability to
Inspekteur, who also comes from a mother line strong in dressage ability.

Inspekteur Performances:
Inspekteur has won many championships and European medals under Marlies van Baalen, where at the Young
Riders the combination stood always on top, twice with gold and once with silver.
European championships: Young Riders Hickstead: team gold, individual bronze Zuidlaren: winner Prix St. George
and kür on music keep out: winner 3 tests, indoor champion lifts tour 2001
European championships Young Riders Iserlohn (Ger.) team gold, individual 4e place.

Bittersweet was green broke as a 3-yr-old and prepared for her Studbook Inspection. She scored 60s for
Conformation, Walk, and Trot, and a overall 65 for Jumping, with subscores of 60 for Canter, 70 for Reflexes, 60
for Technique, and 60 for Scope. She was branded at her Studbook Inspection. After the Inspection, X-rays were
sent off to Holland, and Bittersweet passed the stringent requirements for the KWPN PROK predicate.

Bittersweet was bred to the lovely KWPN stallion Silverstone in 2010 with one dose of frozen semen, and
produced a grey colt on 4/18/11. The colt, registered with the KWPN as "
Genuine Silver", is currently showing in
hand in Pennsylvania.

Bittersweet was left open in 2011, then put in foal in 2012 to the Rotspon son Redwine. This union resulted in the
3/24/13 birth of the black filly "

It is important to note that DNA testing has confirmed that Bittersweet is homozygous black and will never be able
to produce a chestnut foal.
2006, 16.0+ hh, Black KWPN Mare
Inspekteur x Prince of Fame xx