- Won the North American World Cup circuit five consecutive
- 6th Individually in Seoul at the Olympic Games
- Competed at the Olympics in Barcelona
1990 - Qualified for the World Cup finals in both Dortmund and Tampa
- Competed in the World Equestrian Games in Stockholm
Offspring Information and Show Results:
Chin Chin's offspring are truly representative of the quality of his
pedigree. To name a few: Phin Phin is successfully competing internationally with Roef
Bril. Cholula took first place in the five year old age group in Monterray
(MEX) with Gerardo Tasser, and Chapala performed similarly in the six year old class.
Other highly successful offspring include Triomphe de Muze, Querly Chin,
Tolano van het Riethof, Ta Belle van Sombeke and of course Riot Gun
van de Paddenborre, who was winner of the Grand Prix of Lisbon, and Tedechine Sept, who was placed several times in the GP of Indio
Chin Chin is a son of Constant, who jumped internationally
Hans Günther Winkler and Dr. Michael Rüping. Constant was
then sold to Switzerland where he won the Swiss Regional Cup ridden
by G. Zuger.
Chin is a paternal grandson of the famous Cor de la
Bryère and the well known dam Ella. Ella is out of
Dorette who herself was very active at international level, and is
also the dam of Roman, the famous broodmare sire that jumped
internationally at S-level, and also Farn (Preferent),
who sired the Dutch Preferent Sire of the Century, Nimmerdor.
The full sister of Chin Chin has produced the two approved stallions Libertino I, who jumped internationally, and Libertino II.
Other well known stallions from the stamm include Cordobes, Lordano and