At the age of five, Charmeur already sired the largest foal crop in the Netherlands (2012). He continues to reign as one of the KWPN’s most popular breeding stallions, with more than 1300 registered offspring to date. Charmeur offspring are proving to be impressive under saddle. He has the most Z-level or higher offspring for his age group. Charmeur also has four KWPN approved sons, plus a few more stallions licensed Oldenburg and NRPS, and many exceptional mares. The Charmeur son High Five U.S. (Negro) has already had two sons selected for the performance test. Some of his outstanding offspring include: Grand Voice (Voice)
- Currently competing at the CDI Grand Prix level with Marc Boblet of France. This black stallion is just coming nine in 2020, and they are earning scores in high sixties, with a 70% for their first Grand Prix Special.
Genua TC (Jazz)
- Currently showing young riders with Sophie Reef, U25 Grand Prix Rider, with scores to 73%.
- Genua TC was previously trained and shown by Janine Nieuwenhuis, with scores to 81% in the FEI 6-year-old test, and qualifying for the World Young Horse Championship.
Garmeur G (Rousseau)
- Competing internationally in 2019 at Prix St. Georges and Intermediare I with Young Rider Arranka Adriaenssens of Belgium.
- The pair competed successfully in the Junior division in 2018, including placing 3rd in the cup of Belgium and 2nd in the Junior Freestyle at CDIJ Waregem.
- Competing at CDI level Prix St. Georges with Yuang Li from China
Golden Rita (Krack C)
- Elite Sport D-OC successfully showing on the Small Tour.
Guess (Trento B)
- In 2019 this multitalented gelding showed Prix St. Georges and Intermediare with Ryan Yap and 1.4 meter showing jumping with Michelle Parker in the USA.
- Successful CDIJ competitor with Maria Guerrero Galve of Spain, with scores in high 60s, 70s, and an 83% for the individual Junior test at CDIJ Deauville in France.
Gorgeous (Special D)
- Finished 3rd in the open class at the 2019 Markel USEF Developing Horse Prix St. Georges Dressage National Championship with an excellent score of 70.83%, with amateur rider Barbie Asplundh
- The pair also finished 3rd in the CDI Intermediare I/Amateur division at Dressage at Devon 2019
Other FEI level offspring include Grandeur, Generaal and Gyon, and Hurricane Domino (D Day), who is already competing on the Small Tour. Here are a few of his daughters, with their excellent keuring results:
- Irabel (Westpoint) elite sport, 8th place 2016 NMK, IBOP 87.5
- Hot Spring (Flemmingh) elite, 7th place 2015 NMK, Studbook inspection 80/90
- Ghanaica (Sandreo) elite, 3rd place 2014 NMK, Studbook inspection 85/85 scoring 95 for trot, IBOP 85.5
- Lakewood Tarpania (Furst Romancier) elite, Studbook inspection 80/90, IBOP 85
- Helena (Prestige VDL) finale NMK 2015
- Johanna Sollenburg (Fidermark) 13th place 2017 NMK, Studbook inspection 75/85, scoring 90 for trot