Name: Chipolini VM Z
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First Offspring will be born 2012!
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Chipolini VM Z
Future young star by Cassini II x Heartbreaker x Darco! Cassini II being the better producer of offspring than his brother Cassini I and also having No.1 & No.5 in the world on his dam's side! This is a serious stallion for the future! Jumping 1.30m level at present. Winner of Millstreet 6/7 year old class, Qualified for Dublin Horse Show 7 year old class 2014. 3rd at Clare Grand Prix 2014.
This young stallion is showing huge potential and is very careful over the fence! He has just started jumping in the 1.40m class and licensed with the AES! He has apart from good looks, superb temperament world class pedigree and he should go far within the showjumping world!
Cassini II is a full brother to Cassini I. He was approved in 1996 with a high jumping index and placed third in his jumping ability and had high scores for character and temperament. Unfortunately due to a tendon injury he didnt compete in sport so it took him longer to prove himself, but is now sort after because of his talented and quality offspring.
Many Cassini II offspring qualified themselves for the 2005 Bundeschampionart in Warendorf. At the 2005 approvals 2 of his sons were approved. For the price of 230,000 euros the approved son, Carmarque went to Denmark.
In 2004 the best jumping horse Caress, a mare, went for the top prize 105,000 euro to a well known sport stable in Germany.
Wisma, the well bred mother of Cassini I and II also had a full sister to these 2 stallions who produced the approved stallion, Lovari by Lasino I. Another daughter from Wisma, Mira by Lansing is also a stallion mother producing Cassaro by Coronado. Cassini II is a better producer than Cassini I.
Heartbreaker is sired by the world famous Œpreferent¹ stallion Nimmerdor. To name a few of Nimmerdor¹s wellknown progeny: Zadok, Goldenbridge, Garavola, Up to Date and Aldato. Nimmerdor himself earned his laurels in the jumping ring in the hands of Albert Voorn and Bert Romp. Grandmother Cleopatra is also the dam of the international jumper Wendela, which with Jennie Zoer was 10th at the W.E.G. at Stockholm and the approved stallion Gershwin. Furthermore Heartbreaker is within a few generations related back to the international jumpers; Suleiman, Dolanda, Elanda and Garavola. The thoroughbred stallions Uppercut xx and El Gaucho xx are essential in Heartbreaker’s pedigree. As a six year old Heartbreaker was 5th at the World Championship for young horses at Lanaken. In the following year he was 4th at Lanaken in the World Championships. Since then Heartbreaker has performed at 1.40 m. level with Peter Geerink.
They were 3rd in Oslo and they won a Volvo Car in the Finals of Indoor Wierden in 1997. They also won the title ‘Best Stallion’ at the 1.40 class in Zwolle. In 1998 Heartbreaker started his first Grand Prix. He was 3rd in the G.P. of Hamburg, Falsterbro and Geesteren. In 1999 Heartbreaker continued his successful career by finishing 4th in the prestigious Grand Prix of Aachen and winning the ‘Championat’ of Dortmund. In Belgium and Holland, Heartbreaker has been leading the jumping index for the last three years. The oldest offspring of Heartbreaker, performed when they were only 8 years old at the very top with phenomenal results, for example, Quasimodo van de Molendreef, Quartz Music, Quintin, Quasimodo, Saffier and Zip and Zip. At only 14 years old Heartbreaker has already more than 10 approved sons, among them the superb jumping stallions Orlando, Padinus and Regilio. Heartbreaker leads the jumping index with a staggering score of 168 points. Heartbreaker became ‘keur’ in 2004.
Darco - Best stallion in the world! Darco, is a combination of 2 pillars of the Belgian breeding business : Lugano and Codex. The sire Lugano van La Roche has had a splendid breeding record. The Lugano son, La Ina, ridden by Peter Charles, won the European Championship in 1995. Flugel daughters crossed with Lugano proved the match of the era, generating world eminences such as Porche, Pluco, Pico and Egano which won Olympic medals, top Grand Prix and championships. After his Flugel period, Lugano enthusiastically devoted himself to partners from the lineage of Holstein Cottage Son.Codex was a top class sport horse producer himself, and it can be no surprise that this combination produced phenomena such as Darco, or the super fast Isaura vd Helle. Also in his female offspring Lugano has done well, as demonstrated by his daughters producing, for example, Forester, Fidelgo, Goliath and Joli Fleur de Lys, all with good international sport reputations.Amongst Darco’s many successes are: Champion of Belgium as a 5 year old. Winner of the Belgian Championship as a 6 year old. Winner Volvo World Cup in London 1988 and in Hertogenbosch in 1989. 6th in the World Championships in Stockholm in 1990 and 7th place in the Barcelona Olympics in 1992 and 2nd in the richest Grand Prix in the world at Calgary. Darco has produced many offspring jumping successfully around the world. He currently has seven representatives in the BCM World Ranking for Showjumping of which King Darco is the leader.Darco has proven to be very consistent in breeding his youngstock, three of which have reached the Top 15 of the finals of the Belgian Classic Young Horse Championships, Nabucco Verdi and Trudo N-Iljarco doing extremely well recently.His many other successful offspring include Indigo van de Hoenrik, 4th in the 4 year old Belgian Championships, Imoza, Incu, Ivory Snatcher, Isidoor Laureats, Hazard, Harco, Hilda, Helenus, Happy Hannover, Happy Boy, to name a few. He has sired the promising stallion Fedor and King Darco, who competed in the Atlanta Olympics with Ludo Philipearts.