Also All Star 5, ridden by Denis Lynch will retire
The Argentinus son will now be available for breeding
Yesterday we received the news that Denis Lynch will retire All Star 5. The 16-year-old son of Argentinus was a delight to the eye whenever he entered the course. He mainly knew how to impress with his strong canter and powerful hind technique! Lynch and All Star formed a successful duo since March 2011. Together they won a class at the Longines Global Champions Tour of Cannes and this year during the CSI2* competition of Valkenswaard. They also managed to place themselves no less than four times for the World Cup finals with a 5th place in 2016 as best result. They also represented the National Equipe of Ireland on several occasions, with team gold at the European Championships in Gothenburg in 2017 as their highlight. The last time we saw Lynch and All Star in action was last year at CHIO Rotterdam, where they finished with a 7th place in a 1.55m class. But this sportive loss means good news for the breeders! Julie Hargreaves Lynch, the partner of Denis Lynch, entrusted us yesterday that All Star 5 will also be available for breeding this year. He will be available at Paul Schockemöhle.