|Nikita||Jokinal De Bornival|
Although Just One is still a young stallion, he has a pedigree full of proven names. As the son of the Belgian top sire Toulon – son of Heartbreaker – and as a descendant of the famous Molga-damline, Just One has the right combination of quality on the jump and a great amount of scope. At the KWPN Stallion Show, Just One was already one of the outstanding stallions and he proved himself again in the KWPN Performance Test. With an 8.5 for rideability and multiple 8s for reflexes, scope, attitude and talent as a jumper he was convincingly approved as a stallion.
Sire Toulon is one of the most successful breeding stallions of the moment and is in 16th place on the WBFSH Sire Ranking for showjumping stallions. Offsprung such as Edesa S Banjan (Geir Gulliksen), Falco van Spieveld (Nicole Walker), Living the Dream (Alberto Zorzi) and IQ van het Steentje (Wilm Vermeir) are performing at the very highest level.
Just One’s dam is the G.Ramiro Z-daughter Kyolga, who obtained almost all KWPN predicates, including the sports predicate in both jumping and dressage. Kyolga also produced several international jumping horses, both direct offspring and grandchildren. Just One’s granddam Elonie and great-granddam Alonie stood at the basis of a long list of international showjumpers, such as the Grand Prix showjumpers Oxford, Union, Ravel Z and Jarcy K. The well-known Olympic show jumpers The Shinto ridden by Shuichi Toki and Linky ridden by Tim Grubb are bred out of the Molga-damline as well. At the Olympic Games in Los Angeles in 1984, the two half-brothers both competed and Linky won the silver medal with the British team.