Chin Chin had a very impressive jumping career. In 1988 Chin Chin won five consecutive times in the North American League on the World Cup circuit and competed in Seoul at the Olympic Games where he placed sixth individually. Four years later he competed again at the Olympics in Barcelona. In 1990 Chin Chin and Jaime Azcarraga started in the first edition of the World Equestrian Games in Stockholm. In 1989 and 1990 he was placed in the final of the World Cup in both Dortmund and Tampa. The offspring of Chin Chin really make the dream of their pedigree come true. Just to mention a few: Ta Belle van Sombeke, Triomph de Muze,Querly Chin, Tedechine Sept, Phin Phin, Tolano van’t Riethof and Riot Gun van de Padenborre.
He has more approved sons like Classe, Zapatero, Zélote, Arezzo, Chin Top and Chin Quidam.
Daughter Welena became National Champion of free jumping, and Well Born Rilexy placed 2nd. In the National Championship on hand Welena placed 2nd and Well Born Rilexy placed 3rd. In 2009 Be Helena placed 4th in the National Mare Championship and in the National Free jumping Championship. Chinchinidee was Dutch Foal champion in 2007.
Jumping Index: 147
There is a limited amount of frozen semen available of Chin Chin.
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