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Tomie Interagro, buckskin Purebred Lusitano filly offered at the 2023 Interagro Yearlings Collection/TUPA
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Tomie Interagro

Description

Sire: Oscar Interagro
Dam: Lavínia Interagro
Color: Grey
D.O.B.: November 11, 2022
Height on 07/31/23: 1,39 m
REG.: 9517 – FN
Sex: Female
Piroplasmosis negative, tested on July 1st, 2023

Tomie is a filly of exceptional quality and character. She is sporty, elegant, beautiful, and expressive, and her gaits all have suspension and balance. Her canter is particularly exceptional.

Second product of Lavínia Interagro, grey broodmare revised with 73.50 points out of Quintilha Interagro, a daughter of the late Xique-Xique (CI) with the Palha Blanco Consoada (QF), revised with 79.50 points, three times awarded in Portugal in 1985, 1987 and 1989 and Gold Medal in Brazil. Quintilha was one of the most important mares in the Interagro breeding herd, leaving an important offspring with a preponderance of females such as DulcineiaErígoneCapitu Interagro (mare that was ridden and worked in the field until 2013 and was recently incorporated into the breeding program), Zidanta and Virgínia Interagro, dam of the grey stallion Gladiador Interagro reised in 2016 with 74.50 points. Among the few males born stands out the talented Hamurabi Interagro (Lavínia´s her full brother) exported to the US in March 2017. Lavínia´s sire is the FEI dressage champion Baldor Interagro, 2016 Brazilian Small Tour Champion and 2015 Brazilian Small Tour Reserve Champion. Baldor Interagro has produced multiple champion dressage offspring both in Brazil and in the US, including Hadrian InteragroIndus Interagro, and Hermus Interagro, as well as champion working equitation horses like the multitalented Hermus Interagro and Herodotus Interagro.

Her sire is the charismatic and talented Oscar Interagro, a black stallion revised with 75.50 points in September 2021 with only 8 and a half months under saddle. Oscar has excellent gaits and is very cooperative, attributes that ensured his debut in Classical Dressage with 79% followed by 80% in his second test. Oscar is from the first generation of Fellini´s offspring under saddle. Fellini Interagro is a black stallion from two of the most successful lineages in the Interagro genetic program; he is a son of the multi-award winning Nirvana Interagro, the first Brazilian bred Lusitano to be selected for the Pan American Games and out of Batina Interagro, a daughter of the Ofensor (MV). Following in the footsteps of his sire, Nirvana, Fellini was the Brazilian and São Paulo State Dressage Champion in 2016 (Young Horses 6 YO), in addition to the horse responsible for the prizes “Brasil Hipismo” of Pia Aragão in 2016 and 2017 in the 6 and 7 Year old Horse divisions respectively. Oscar is out of Bali Comando SN, a bay mare of large dimensions, excellent movements, always bred to stallions of proved functional qualities and excellent gaits such as Querer Interagro (awarded at dressage), Faraó (JHC)Baliel Interagro (prized in Conformation, Dressage and Working Equitation), Zíngaro Interagro and Fellini Interagro (both awarded in Dressage) and the FEI Grand Prix stallions Samba (SS) and Viheste (AR).

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Named after Tomie Ohtake considered the “dame of the Brazilian visual arts”, born on 21 November 1913, in Kyoto, Japan, where she would go on to complete her studies. In 1936 she traveled to Brazil and her career would really take off in her fifties, with several solo exhibitions and awards from almost all the Brazilian Art Salons. Tomie is best known for her painting, printmaking and sculpture. She is also the author of more than 30 public artworks in several Brazilian cities, including São Paulo (Av. 23 de Maio, 1988; Anhangabaú, 1984; Cidade Universitária, 1994, 1997 and 1999; Auditório Ibirapuera, 2004; Auditório do Memorial da América Latina, 1988; Teatro Pedro II in Ribeirão Preto, 1996, among others), Belo Horizonte, Curitiba, Brasilia, Araxá and Ipatinga – a rare feat for an artist in Brazil. Aged 100 to 101, Tomie painted around 30 new canvases, and kept working up until her death in February 2015.