Marc Cain

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Marc Cain

Black
German Sporthorse
*2013
16.3 hands
Fresh Semen
Stud fee 800,- EUR

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Dressage prospect for the highest demands

Beautifully built young dressage stallion of the finest type. Large-framed, with muscular parts harmoniously integrated into the body, Marc Cain is gifted with excellent basic gaits and inspired with a first-class balance and top rideability when the training got started under the saddle. Already on the lungeing-rein he was darling of the public at the stallion licensing in Münster/Handorf. Despite of the great demand from home and abroad we made it to secure him for the breeders of our stud. The much-vaunted sire Millennium, premium stallion and successful in championships, had a sensational debut at German licensing sites: 19 licensed sons from his first crop, including Morricone and Sir Sansibar, who were champions of the Oldenburg and Trakehner licensing, numerous premium stallions, reserve champions and price highlights. That has not been seen for a long time and especially for a Trakehner, this record is certainly unique.

When bred to D'Amour, the dam Donna Kavah delivered offspring such as the champion mare of the Elite Broodmare Show of Saxony-Thuringia 2008, Donna d'Amour, as well as numerous successful dressage horses. The dam' s sire Don Primero was the 1990' Bundeschampion of German dressage horses and, later, placed many times first in Grand Prix competitions on the international parquet. At first, Don Primero succeeded under the saddle of Karin Rehbein and later under Falk Rosenbauer; then he had moved to Sweden but returned to Germany from 2003 to 2005. He produced 21 licensed son, 99 advanced (S) level dressage horses and high-priced auction horses in Vechta and Verden.

When bred to Donnerhall, the granddam La Toya delivered the licensed Dimple H, who was multiple winner at St. George and Inter I level, and when bred to Don Primero, she presented two other highly successful dressage horses competing at advanced (S) class. The Akzent II-daughter Avalun was ranked highly at the Louis-Wiegels Show 1995 and produced Dos Primos (by Don Larino), who achieved many victories in the young riders tour at advanced (S) level.

Additionally, Leibniz and the main sire Akzent II, found in the further generations, are known for first-class rideability. The dam line is at home in Stade, the heart of breeding in Hanover, and produced, from direct relatives, the grand prix horse Caruso (by Carbid), who attracted attention with his international successes under Eva Ulf (SWE) e.g. in Oslo and Stockholm.

Further Information:

The Hanoverian dam line 632/Jodlerelfe (by Johst III-Flintmann II-Forstmann-Nagel-Nestorius II-Alcohol-Norwick-Thorwart-Bonum-Norwich-Maytrank I) ist at home at the North of Bremen and produced also the licensed stallions Louella Inschallah II (private stallion GBR) and Wellington (state stud sire Celle) as well as the champion mare of the Bavarian Elite Broodmare Show in Munich 2008, Florenz (by Sir Donnerhall I-Florestan I).

Approved for Westphalia, Oldenburg, Hannover, Rhineland, Mecklenburg as well as German Sport Horse, Breeding association for German Horses.

Breeder: Ulrich Vité, Priestewitz

Millennium Easy Game E.H. Gribaldi v. Kostolany
Pr.St. Evita XII v. Schwadroneur
Pr.St. Merle E.H. Ravel v. Mahagoni
Mazurka Magica v. E.H. Consul
Donna Kavah Don Primero Donnerhall v. Donnerwetter
St.Pr.St. Fantasia v. Pik Bube I
La Toya Leibniz v. Lombard
Avalun v. Akzent II