Chin Chin
KWPN 1978 Bay 1.68m

Approved with: AES,Holst,SF,Unire,
Pedigree: Constant - Farnese - Sorgenbrecher xx.

Chin Chin needs almost no introduction with his name in the top lists. In 1988 he won five competitions in the North American Champion League Circuit. At the Olympic Games in Seoul he was 6th individually. Four years later he attended the Olympic Games in Barcelona. In 1990 Chin Chin started in the inaugural World Equestrian Games in Stockholm. In 1989 and in 1990 he placed in the finals of the World Cup in Dortmund and Tampa.
The offspring of Chin Chin: Ta Belle van Sombeke, Triomphe de Muze, Querly Chin, Phin Phin, Riot Gun van de Padenborre and Tedechine Sept are consistent in their good results. Daughter Sancha la Silla was an individual finalist at the Olympic
Games in London and won the Grand Prix of Wellington.
Chin Chin has a number of approved sons: Classe, Zapatero, Arezzo, Chin Top, and Chin Quidam. Daughter Welena was Dutch Champion of Free Jumping and Well Born Rilexy was Reserve Champion. Welena also was National Reserve Champion in Hand and Well Born Rilexy was 3rd. Be Helena VDL was 4th in the National Championship in 2009; Chinchidee was Dutch Foal Champion in 2007 and was later Champion at the Dutch Mare Show as a mature mare.
Jumping index: 142
There is limited frozen semen of Chin Chin available. 
Chin Chin : an exclusive stallion.