At the Van Uytert stud, the Flemmingh-son Krack C passed away at age 25. The stallion was enjoying his retirement in excellent health right until the end, when he suddenly passed in his pasture surrounded by mares. From a young age, Krack C had an impressive appearance and he left behind an impressive sporting and breeding career. Under the saddle of Nick Wagman the stallion, bred by the Centrum Stud, performed well in the stallion competitions and the Pavo Cup. Later Anky van Grunsven took over the reins and rode the stallion to the highest level, highlighted by a best Dutch performance in 8th place at the 2002 World Equestrian Games in Jerez de la Frontera. In total, Krack C produced ten KWPN approved sons including Vivaldi, already a legend in his lifetime, and the strong progenitor United. A further thirteen grandsons of Krack C are listed as approved, for instance the influential United-son Bordeaux. But Krack C-dams also make a name for themselves, such as Juliette Ramel’s Buriël and the dam of KWPN-stallion Apache.