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H-Calinda

  We are very pleased to add this mare to our breeding program. Calinda is a beautiful imported holsteiner mare by the great Calando I, stamm 3432. Calinda has competed at the top of her sport until her career was halted due to an injury. She has already started to produce some excellent offspring that combine a willingness to work & scope to spare. Calinda is the product of the best show jumping lines Germany has to offer.

  In the latest complete ranking for all breeds of German Show Jumping  stallions (older stallions) Calando I was ranked in 7th position. Calando I was sold into show jumping after a successful 3yr breeding period. He became German Champion in 1984 under Karsten Huck & in the same year managed to place in Rome, Dublin & the Calgary Grand Prix. Calando then went on to help win a team bronze medal in the 1984 Olympics & had continued international success under E H Cupper of Belgium. Calando I passed away leaving behind 8 Approved sons and 180 states premium mares.

  Calindas dam is sired by Harm Thormählen's Lacapo. Lacapo is by the great Landgraf but out of one of the Thormählen mares – Larsa, who is by Capitano who is out of one of their greatest foundation mares, Retina. On his dam’s side, Lacapo traces to another of the foundation mares of the farm, Cera (also called Sarbit). Cera was a jumping star in her own right & is the great grand dam of Fein Cera who starred at the 2002 WEG. Licensed in Holstein in 1982, Lacapo is praised for his movement & offspring are said to be of medium frame with beautiful faces & lots of appeal. In The Netherlands Lacapo founded a dressage dynasty through his son, Flemmingh & his grandson, Krack C.

  Grand dam of Calinda, Valerie is by Ramino. Romino is by Ramiro, Holsteiner stallion & one of the most influential sires in European breeding history. Romino is considered one of Ramiro’s most notable sons. Romino has been praised for passing on jumping ability far above average. He is a versatile stallion, siring offspring with international performance records. Romino has presented seven approved sons to date. Apart from Rouletto, the vice-champion of the 1985 Holstein approval, he sired Rando, the multiple Grand Prix winner & Rolando, sire of Robert Dover's Olympic team horse Rainier. Rominos sire Ramiro was the most popular distributor of the Ramzes blood & the most frequented sire in Germany. He stood at stud in Westfalia, Holstein, Zangersheide & Holland.

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pedigree

      Rantzau
       
    Cor De La Bryere  
       
      Quenotte
   Calndo I    
      Coraddo I
       
    Furgund  
       
H-Calinda    Kimberly III
       
      Landgraf I
       
    Lacapo  
       
      Larsa
   Babette I    
       Romino
       
    Valerie  
       
      Fumarin
       

ancestors

Calando Has been an influential stallion to sport horse breeding & is ranked highly amongst top producers. He has competed internationally as well as helping to win bronze in the 84 team Olympics. Calando I passed away leaving behind 8 Approved sons and 180 states premium mares.

 
 
 
Cor De La Bryere There are perhaps two or three sire names in the breeding of sport horses over the last fifty years that are regarded as standing head & shoulders above the rest & “Corde” as he became affectionately known, is fore most amongst these. His fame, & his appearance in so many modern sport horse pedigrees, owe everything to the extraordinary influence that he had in refining the offspring of a particular population of mares.
 
Lacapo Traces to the foundation mares of, Cera (also called Sarbit). Cera was a jumping star in her own right & is the great grand dam of Fein Cera who starred at the 2002 WEG. Licensed in Holstein in 1982, Lacapo is praised for his movement in the Stallion Book of the
Holsteiner Breed, by Dr Dietrich Rossow: “Medium sized stallion with good expression & beautiful neck carriage".

stallion Landgraf

Landgraf Jumping is the field where he excels most as a sire. The list of his show jumping offspring is endless. A few names for example: Freestyle (formerly Lalique) won Aachen Grand Prix, Libero won the Dutch National title five times, & also the 1994 Volvo World Cup. Nearly sixty colts by Landgraf  have been licenced for the Holsteiner stud book. So far, 340 broodmares by Landgraf  are registered in the Holsteiner stud book, 260 of these are in the Head Stud Book, 70 have been awarded the State Premium, and a considerable number have been champion mares at shows. Landgraf I was a legend already during his life time. His genes are securely ancored in the breed of the modern sporthorse. In the 2007-2008 edition of the French breeding guide, Bernard le Courtois has examined the performance records of the world's top jumping horses in 2006. On the basis of 2515 competitors, he has compiled a list of the top 75 stallions in the world. He identifies four dominant male lines: Almé, Cor de la Bryère, Capitol and Landgraf. Landgraf is the sire of five stallions out of the top 75, with two in the top ten. The most successful of his sons is Burgraaf, who has 26 winners to occupy 6th place. The World Cup winner, Libero is in 9th place with 22 CSI winners. He is the only stallion with two representatives - Libertina and No Mercy - in the world's top ten performers!
 
Ramiro A holsteiner by birth & a foundation stallion for the KWPN breeding, Ramiro has been named "stallion of the century". His dam was an international jumper & Ramiro himself was successful with many nation cup wins, puissance & international grand prixs. Ramiro was at the top of his performance year (1969) & was declared horse of the year at jumping Amsterdam in 1992. A preferent sire, he influences almost all of European stud books.

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