Prix and now in National Grand Prix. You can see his USEF competition record by searching the USEF points
database. Before being sold to the USA, he had moved up to CSI5*GCT competition with breeder/owner William
He has one licensed son in the USA, Billy Cavalier, who competed in Green Hunters in 2018. Kelley Farmer also
started showing a gelding by Billy Mexico in the Green Hunters at the end of 2018 (Loss for Words). Billy Salsa was
also competing in 1.0 m Jumpers in 2018.
The information below is from The Billy Stud's website prior to his sale to the USA. The semen that is for
sale was frozen and shipped to the USA while he was with The Billy Stud. He is no longer listed on their
Cevin Z was bred by the prestigious Zangersheide Stud and carries double crosses in his pedigree of both Cor de
la Bryere and Capitol I. His pedigree sets him apart and combined with his talent and temperament he has proven
to be an ideal producer of high class sports horses, especially show jumpers and eventers. His first crop of young
stock were placed first and second at the Young Horse Championships in 2006. He has competed successfully with
William Funnell at International level. His youngstock are achieving top class results in both show jumping and
eventing at international level.
Bidorette the mother of Billy Mexico is a proven broodmare having produced numerous good foals, in particular the
approved stallion Fervent, a proven sire who achieved over $20.00.00 in winnings and also Libro who jumped to
Foxhunter level, with BSJA winnings of £974.00. Libro also excels as a dressage horse with 250 points and is
working at advanced medium level.
In 2012, Billy Mexico had a very successful year. After a break for stud duties, Billy Mexico came back and went to
Millstreet 3* with William where he won the Boomerang final, which is Ireland’s equivalent of the Foxhunter final, the
first winner from outside Ireland (equivalent to young horse championships in the USA).
In 2011 Billy Mexico was widely acclaimed for being the only 6 year old to qualify for the Foxhunter Final at HOYS
and was placed 3rd in the competition. He was equal 1st at the 6 Year Old Championships at Wales & West and
was 4th in the 6 Year Old Championships at Hardelot.
Billy Mexico continued to achieve good results in 2010 finishing in the top six in the Young Horse Show Jumping
Championships at Addington and jumping numerous double clear rounds in Foxhunter classes.
He began his show jumping career in 2009, achieving a second place at Scope in the National 4 year
Championships. He then went on to be joint first at the British Young Horse Show Jumping Championships at
Addington, in the 4 year old British Bred Championship. His amazing athletic ability and natural jump make him an
outstanding proposition for the future.