An excellent stallion jumper
The first Reserve Champion of the 2010 Holsteiner licensing in Neumünster, Lyjanero is a capital Holsteiner with an elegant format and, in spite of his good size and large frame, has a harmonious body with a brilliant step-off and is a revelation at the jump. When commenting the individual stallions, Holstein's Breeding Director, Dr. Thomas Nissen, showed his enthusiasm, saying "It is only seldom that we have a stallion here who jumped with so much vision, calm and ability!" This assessment was confirmed at his 30-day test in Schlieckau where he received top scores in jumping, his special discipline. At the same venue in 2013, he passed his 70-day test, standing again out as jumping specialist, whereby he also received the maximum score of 10.0 for his character. In 2012, he made his outstanding debut in breeding: In several breeding areas, his strong-typed and impressively moving offspring dominated shows and championships. In fall 2014, two sons from his first crop were licensed. In the same year, Lyjanero and his rider Tobias Meyer celebrated their successes in the jumping arena, where they achieved victories and high placings in novice (A), elementary (L) and medium (M) level tests for young show jumpers. His sire Landos passes on his versatile traits with an exceptionally high "ratio" proved by such highly convincing examples as the Grand Prix dressage horse, The Lion King B/Rudolf Zeilinger and also Ellen Bontje (NL) but also the international show jumper Magic Bengtsson/Peder Fredericson (SWE), who took fourth place individually at the Olympic Games in Athens and a silver medal on the team. The attempt to blow new life into the extremely performance strong Lord line through Landos was obviously effective and produced the licensed stallions Lordanos, Lantino and now Lyjanero. The dam's sire Casall was successfully ridden by Rolf-Göran Bengtsson in international show jumping competitions and is also one of the well-established sires in Holstein. He won numerous Grand Prixs and jumping World Cups, competed successfully at the 2012' Olympic Games in London and, in 2013, he took the team bronze medal as well as the fourth place individually at the EC in Herning, Denmark.
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The third generation sire Carthago was continuously successful on the Dutch Nations Cup team with Jos Lansink. Through Aurelio I, Silvester, Convent and again Lord in the further generations Lyjanero is consequently bred for performance. The well-known Holstein line 18 a 1 produced more than 30 licensed stallions, including Allo Par Bleu (private stallion Rhineland-Pfalz), Ars Vivendi (private stallion Westphalia), Attaché Gold (Vice Bundeschampion 2005, private stallion Oldenburg), Baltimore (private stallion Rhineland-Pfalz), Contango de Laubry (Belgium), Logarithmus (State Stud Dillenburg), the esteemed Lucarlo (private stallion Hesse, Thuringia), Quamiro (2006 WC participant; private stallion Bavaria), the international multi-winner Vornholzer Romanow (private stallion Westphalia, Belgium, Hesse), Romeo (Holstein Verband) and Untouchable (Netherlands) as well as the internationally successful show jumper, Roofs/Rolf-Göran Bengtsson.
Licensed for Holstein, Oldenburg, OS-International, Westphalia and Rhineland as well as all Southern German and new German State Verbands.
Breeder: August Bartjen, Bad Zwischenahn
|Landos||Lord||Ladykiller xx||v. Sailing Light xx|
|Viola H||v. Cottage Son xx|
|Uta V H||Calypso I||v. Cor de la Bryère|
|Melissa H||v. Capitano|
|Urzona||Casall||Caretino||v. Caletto II|
|Kira XVII||v. Lavall I|
|Piave III||Carthago||v. Capitol I|
|Korea||v. Aurelio I|