Grey South African Warmblood mare
By Cassanova (Calido l / Cantus / Ahorn Z)
Out of Eagles Wavecrest ( Wachmann / Grey Mantle xx)
Cabaret has perfect conformation with a good topline and very stocky build. She is a gorgeous flea-bitten grey and had a big blaze with 4 socks. She has very expansive movement with a super canter, that is coveted by the showjumpers. All her foals are tall big boned horses, and also demonstrates a fantastic jumping technique.
Confirmed in foal Lassiter, due 2017-12-26
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Information on her lineage:
Licenced Holsteiner Stallion
Born 1991 - Standing 168cm
Calido's offspring are known worldwide as aesthetic, athletic and absolutely impressive show jumpers that are very easy to ride. They include top international competition horses such as Coupe de Coeur, winner of the German Championship in 2006 and 2007 with Rene Tebbel and overall leader in the 2009 Riders Tour with Ludger Beerbaum. Noblesse M won the Grand Prix of Helsinki in 2007 and Eurocommerce Acapulco was Dutch Vice Champion with Gerco Schröder. 187 Calido progeny compete successfully in 1.50 m show jumping classes and together, they have accumulated competition earnings of more than 2 million Euro. 42 of Calido's offspring are now approved stallions and many of them achieved impressive scores in their performance tests. One of them is Cashmoaker, who received a perfect 10.0 for his jumping ability. In 2010, several stallions produced by Calido were premium stallions at their performance tests, in both Hanover and at the Oldenburg International Show Jumping Horse Breeding Association. Calido himself has an impressive competition record which includes more than 20 wins in show jumping classes for young horses. He also achieved the highest score with the jumping index of 140.40 at his performance test. This, plus a good dressage index score, gave him the third-highest overall index score. It's no wonder that Calido's offspring have a rock solid reputation for ride ability.
Lord (1967) was a winner of Körung, had excellent results at sports, and sired several successful sport horses and stallions. Lord is 75% thoroughbred, the outstanding qualities of Ladykiller xx and Cottage Son xxmingled in him, so he always transmitted his good type and excellent talents. Although Lord won the 1969 Holsteiner stallion approval, it was a controversial decision in the light of his conformational defects, and perhaps as a result of this Lord was at first not used greatly as a stallion, although he was one of the early stallions to jump successfully in competition. His first crop produced the international showjumper, Livius who won the 1980 German Showjumping Derby under Peter Luther, and then team medals at the 1981 European Championships, the World Championships of 1982 and the 1984 Olympic Games. In fact the showjumping family Luther has been instrumental in the success of Lord – Peter Luther’s sons both starred on Lord progeny – Thieß rode the licensed stallion, Lord Incipit with great success, and Haucke Luther was a star in the puissance with Lyra 20. Other successful competitors by Lord include Luguna (K. Huck), Lafeyette (H. Schmidt), Actrice (C. O. Nagel), Lusius (E. Gundel) and Pedro who competed at the World Championships in Dublin with Thomas Frühmann, Loyal 9 (P. Nagel-Tornau) and many more. Successful sire sons include Lantaan in Holstein, and the sadly short-lived, Lord Liberty in Oldenburg. In all, Lord sired more than 60 stallion sons, and his progeny won more than Euro 3,000.000.
Dr Dietrich Rossow in his Stallion Book of the Holsteiner Warmblood Breed, was somewhat cautious about Lord: “Lord was himself a successful 3 day horse. He is not a consistent producer. We see tall horses with big heads and also refined, sometimes small mares with beautiful heads. Along with his head, he often passes on his leg faults. All his get are endowed with enormous score over fences. His best offspring are products of crosses with refined mares. Today, Lord is more likely to be found in the dam lines since no stallion line has really emerged to carry on his influence.
Wachmann III bred the most A grade showjumpers in South Africa, followed by his dam sire Dolerit. Both Wachmann III and Dolerit sired Derby winners.