Olympic Chin Chin




Constant
Holst

Cor de La Bryére
SF
Rantzau xx
Quenotte
SF

Ella
Holst
Colt
Holst
Dorette
Holst


Larese
Holst

Farnese
Holst
Fuhnrich
Holst
Annelies
Holst

Cesta
Holst
Sorgenbrecher xx
Gangsterin
Holst
Name: Chin Chin
Bloodlines: Constant - Farnese - Sorgenbrecher xx
Height: 16.2 h
Chin Chin
Chin Chin competed successfully for more than five years at international competitions including; 5 years
at World Cup competitions, two Olympic Games both Seoul and Barcelona and two times at the World
Equestrian Games.

Purchased by VDL Stud at the grand age of 24, Chin Chin was imported from Mexico to Holland where
he stood at the prestigious VDL Stud until his death.

During his five years in Holland Chin Chin was very popular and had a long lasting influential impact on
KWPN breeding. His sons; Zeolte VDL and Zapatero VDL were approved by the KWPN studbook. Every
year at the mare shows his daughters have been very successful. In 2006, his daughter Welena VDL
became Dutch Free Jumping Champion and Well Born Rilexy placed second in the same Championship.
Daughter Zendence VDL became Champion of the 3 years old mares in hand and the filly Chinchinidee
was the Dutch Foal Champion. In 2008, Annamieka VDL [Chin Chin x Emilion] was the Vice-Champion
at the National Free Jumping Championships in Holland.

Chin Chin’s sire Constant jumped internationally with Dr. Ruping and was a son of the famous Cor de la
Bryere and the well known dam ‘Ella’. Chin Chin’s grand-dam was also very active at the international
level.

The full sister of Chin Chin produced two approved stallions: Libertino I and II. Other well known stallions
from this breeding include: Cordobes, Lordano, and Centimor. Libertino I also jumped internationally.

Chin Chin had a very impressive jumping career. Together with his former owner and rider, Jaime 1988
Jaime Azcarraga won five consecutive times in the North American League on the World Cup circuit and
competed in Seoul at the Olympic Games where they placed sixth individually. Four years later, they
competed again at the Olympics in Barcelona. In 1990, Chin Chin and Jaime Azcarraga started in the first
the World Cup in both Dortmund and Tampa. At the same time, they competed at international jumping
competitions during which the scope, character and the suppleness of Chin Chin always aided his
determined but amateur rider.

The offspring of Chin Chin really make the dream of their pedigree come true. His sons; Zeolte VDL,
Arezzo VDL, Zapatero VDL and Classe were approved by the KWPN studbook. Every year at the mare
shows his daughters have been very successful. In 2006, his daughter Welena VDL became Dutch Free
Jumping Champion and Well Born Rilexy placed second in the same Championship.