Sire: Remington Steele, Dam: Vlacq uraloki


Quorem is the only colt in Europe sired by the legendary Remington Steele.

This premium stallion died in February 2007 at the age of 25 after a most illustrious career in the USA. He was a licensed Sport Horse Premium stallion with Distinction of Merit - with over 20 licensed Sport Horse offspring - and he had earned Supreme Legion of Merit both in hand and under saddle. Remington reigned supreme in so many fields - multi-US and Canadian National Top Ten In-Hand Champion, Ridden Championships in English, Western and Costume, wins in harness, 100-miles Endurance champion and sired over 200 foals now competing successfully in all spheres of equine activity. Most famously he was a Tevis Trail Buckle winner over the toughest 100-miles-in-a-day endurance test in the Sierra Nevadas. Remington Steele*++ was chosen by Kentucky Horse Park Hall of Fame to represent the epitome of the Arabian breed in their "Horses of the World" exhibit.

He starred in a movie, saved his rider from attack by a mountain lion, won Top Ten in-hand at premier Arabian show in Scottsdale twice - at age 4 and age 16, completed the 150-miles in three Days in Death Valley ride at 18, then proudly drove his owner's daughter to her wedding in a smart carriage at the age of 20. His legacy lives on in America and overseas with highly successful performance sons and daughters on four continents.

Quorems dam, Vlacq Uraloki traces to the famous Crabbet "N" Line in the female line via the important mare Yavroum and is Kehaileh Dajanieh by strain. Vlacq Uraloki is 85.75% crabbet.

Vlacq Uraloki has three lovely sons, Quo Masan by Calif el Masan (FR), Quo Lovejoy by Tango D’ayres (FR) and Quorem by Remington Steele*++ (US).

She is a half sister to Vlacq Khazad (endurance). Vlacq Uraloki is aunt to Vlacq Khamul. As both have the same sire, Shah Shadow. Vlacq Khamul is an international endurance horse. In 2004 he was ranked 9th in the world and was the 6th best pure Arab. In 2005 he participated in the European Championships in Compiegne and then in Bahrain at the Young Riders World Championships. Sadly, he deceased in 2007. Vlacq Uraloki is aunt to Vlacq Abbatarik who achieved 3rd at the International Young Endurance Horse Champs in Compiegne (Aug '07)! Vlacq Gilfae is half sister to Vlacq Uraloki. Vlacq Gilfae has completed 100 miles rides in all 4 UK nationals.

Quorem will start competing in 2014.