Jumper sire in a class of its own
Holstein jumper stallion par excellence, especially athletic with a strong aura and impressive heredity power. In 2012, his first son named Case was licensed in Zweibrücken, followed by further licensed sons (such as Canoletto, Coal Quidam) in the next years. In 2013 the eldest offspring had their debut in the jumping arena where they were highly successful in tests for young show jumpers right away. Many of them qualified for the Bundeschampionat at Warendorf in 2016 and 2017. In the meantime, an extraordinary high number of his first offspring has reached the advanced (S) class. Campitelli, by Canoso – Casall, belongs to the absolute exceptional horses of our jumper stable and, already at the age of seven, he placed many times in advanced (S) classes at international level under Jan Sprehe. The licensed Coal Quidam won nearly every time he competed with scores up to 9.0 in a group of strong competitors on the occasion of tests for young show jumpers. In 2016 and 2017 Canoso sired the young show jumper champion in Austria; the 2017’ national champion of four-year old show jumpers in Mecklenburg as well as the national champion of six-year old show jumpers in Bavaria. Many of his offspring could qualify for the Bundeschampionat. Furthermore, his daughter participated highly successful at the Elite Broodmare show in Rastede. Year by year Canoso gives prove of his excellent quality as “jumper-maker”. These results placed Canoso right away up on a top rank in FN's predicted breeding value statistics.
Already at his licensing in Neumünster in 2007, he received best reviews and the breeding director, Dr. Thomas Nissen, declared him the best jumper at the licensing event (score: 10.0). Canoso took his 30-day test in Prussendorf in 2008. Here he showed off his talents in jumping and became the best jumper stallion at the test. Meanwhile he achieved victories and high placings in international advanced (S**) level show jumping under Tanja Sprehe, e.g. in Hagen near the Teutoburger Forest in 2016.
The granddam Zaletta is a State Premium mare and a daughter Caletto II, who was a Holstein licensing winner. Her best daughter, Classic Touch, was the 1992 Olympic winner with Ludger Beerbaum. The great grandsire Caletto II only bred for four years but left several licensed sons behind. Among these are Caretino, Corleone, Cascadeur, Calvin, Cadillac, Cellebrio, Calgary, Chamonix and Calwahn. The great granddam Felica produced the sires Leonardo I and II (by Lord); Chambertin belongs to the direct family. Line 18A2 can count more than 100 licensed stallions among which are also C-Trenton Z, Cheetano, Calvadur, Classiker and Marmor, the current Holsteiner licensing winner Quvee Prestige as well as countless international show jumpers such as Arturo jun./Christian Ahlmann, Calle Cool/Carsten-Otto Nagel, Claire 44/Markus Renzel, Cristallo 5/Alois Pollmann-Schweckhorst, Mercator 4/Tjark Nagel and Min Jung 2/Peter Hoff.
Approved for Holstein, Hanover, OS-International, Oldenburg, Westphalia, Rhineland, Mecklenburg, German Sport Horse, Breeding association for German Horses
Breeder: August Bartjen, Bad Zwischenahn
|Catoki||Cambridge||Caletto I||v. Cor de la Bryère|
|Hilgunde||v. Marlon xx|
|Vordula||v. Cor de la Bryère|
|High Light 3 H||Sir Shostakovich xx||Rheingold xx||v. Farberge II xx|
|Sinful xx||v. Grey Sovereign xx|
|St.Pr.St. Zaletta HSP||Caletto II||v. Cor de la Bryère|