Krack C, a stallion who once was successfully competed by Anky van Grunsven, has died. The Flemmingh son from a Beaujolais WPN mother has died on May, 9th at the stallion station van Uytert. Joop van Uytert said that Krack C had been healthy until his last day. Of course he had been retired from stud service since he showed signs of his old age, but he enjoyed his days on the pasture. However, that morning he was found dead on his pasture.
Krack C was one of the Netherlands most successful dressage horses. Between 2002 and 2007 the pair won many Grand Prix competitions. In 2002, they attended the WEG in Jerez de la Frontera. Kack C has many licensed sons, among them Tolando, Tuschinski, Vivaldi and Zhivago.