2010 filly by Clinton I out of a beautiful holsteiner
Corlando mare. This filly is full of movement and spunk. She is correct with a strong shoulder & great mind. Would make a great hunter-jumper prospect. Not only does her dam represent top holsteiner blood but this filly is line breed back to Calypso II offering more refinement & a modern type of sport horse.
Her sire Clinton
I is extremely successful with his rider Thomaß Voß, among others they won the Swedish Derby twice, were fourth in the Grand Prix of Aachen and the winner of the Nations Cup. His offspring posses scope, great character & a willingness to perform.
Corlando is regarded as
a Class I stallion, with above average individual
scores, including a highly regarded 10 for jumping ability under
saddle. Corlando’s sire Calypso II descends from the legendary
Anglo-Norman, Cor de la Bryere. He is quoted as being “one of
the few genuinely impressive stallions of German competition
horse breeding & one of the greatest Holstein foundation sires
following the 2nd World War .” He is highly integrated in the
pedigrees of some of the best Hanoverians and Holsteiners,
exceeding 200 daughters, numerous approved sons, and countless
performance horses. His impressive stature and kind temperament
were prepotent in his progeny, the most influential being
Calypso I & II, Calando, Caletto I &II, Cicero, and Corrado I.
Calypso II is clearly his father’s son and is accredited for
producing jumping horses of insurmountable scope and ability. He
produced Contender, whom was the undisputed winner of the 1987
Adelheidsdorf stallion performance test and the sire of MANY
approved sons. Interestingly, both Contender and Corlando carry
Ramiro in their dam’s pedigree!
dam sire Akzent II was placed into the top ten category based on
studbook inspections and 134 for rideability on the basis of the
mare performance tests. His dressage score on the mare tests was
only 112, still better than his jumping ranking of 101. His FN
ranking was 116 for dressage and 100 for jumping. By 2002, he
had produced 747 competition horses with winnings of
DM1,183,852. His most successful competitor was Karin Schlüter’s
Amazonas, the winner of the German Dressage Derby in 1987 with
winnings of DM98,623, not far in front of Isabell Werth’s
Agnelli FRH, who won the Otto Lorke prize for Grand Prix horses
under 10 years in 2000, and who by 2002 had won DM95,185. Akzent
II was the sire of eleven licensed sons.