Bay/Wh Pinto DWB - 16.2hh
Sire: Caletto I (Hol) - Dam: Jorinde (Elite DWB)
Shipped Semen Available
Andrea Clibborn - Crestline Farm
Kent, WA - 253.639.3944
Free jumping in Holland
Palladio Pedigree :
I - Holsteiner by Cor de la Bryere
Caletto I, a son of the famous French sire Cor de la Bryere,
is a foundation sire in Holstein. His dam, the famous Deka,
produced five approved stallions: Caletto I, Gonzales (showjumping
stallion with the highest winnings in 1980, very successful
at stud), Caletto II (champion sire of 1980, very successful
at stud), Lysander and Caletto III (1990 winner of advanced
showjumping competitions). Deka also gave birth to two successful
international competition horses Cordeka/Herbert Blocker and
1981 to 1985 Caletto I successfully competed in international
showjumping competitions under his owner. In 1983 he was team
bronze medalist at the European championships in Hickstead.
In the same year he was the most successful German horse competing
in Prix des Nations classes and the horse with the highest
winnings at the CSIO in Geneva. He has also won or been placed
in numerous Grand Prix and international competitions. In
1985 he won the first CSI in Stuttgart. In five years he won
more than DM 100,000 - more than any German sire before him!
Breeding Record: Caletto I is the sire of esteemed
stallion Cartusch and dam-sire of the stallions Aldatus (P.
Schockemohle) and Iberio (winner of the stallion performance
test in Marbach in 1994: sire in Baden-Wurttemberg). The next
two seasons he was stationed at Dithmarchen, where he sired
a number of premium-winning foals and the sadly short lived
stallion Camaro and Cantus, who died in 1994. Cantus was a
reputed sire of showjumpers. Caletto I sired some high-priced
auction lots (stat premium mare Carrara, sold to Brazil for
DM 75,000) and many prize winning progeny.
From: Stallions of Germany, 1997
of Dam: Elite Dutch WB Pinto
mare by Samber. Elite is the highest rating a mare can
achieve in the Dutch Verband and Jorinde also earned a "sport"
designation for her competition in dressage. Her pedigree
also includes L. Ronald and G. Ramiro Z. Jorinde
is out of the Keur mare Ceralina, a daughter of the Holsteiner,
Ronald (Ramiro). Jorinde's mother has an IBOP certificate
with 91 (!) points on her name. Grandmother Ursaline was bred
out of a daughter from the Preferent Normandy stallion Duc
de Normandie (Selle Francais) by Monceaux xx. As a three year
old, Jorinde was placed second in her age group at the mare
show in Ommen and qualified with these results for the leading
group. In this leading group she ended 11th with 116 three
year olds competing in this category. She was also one of
the few three year olds that was already nursing a foal. Mare
Show comments include: The physical condition of Jorinde was
said to be remarkably good and she has a very good trunk.
Her neck is good and could maybe be a little richer but is
being used in the right way. The legs are of good quality
and the joints are well developed. Besides her good walk,
the Ster declared Jorinde showed a beautiful carried, large
and elastic trot. Jorinde
went on from this notable start to earn her "Elite" status
based on her performance and offspring. She competed to Z
level dressage and was shown over fences.
Owner's Comments: We
are very pleased to offer such fantastic bloodlines through
our colorful and talented Caletto I son, Palladio. We are
very excited that Palladio inherited many wonderful traits
from his lovely dam Jorinde.
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