Mythos Donna Despoiina
Despoiina in Greek Mythology is the goddess of mystery
Born: 2014 - 10 - 26 at 22:45
Bay South African Warmblood filly
By Capital Donarco (Capital Don Cumarco / Cumano / Darco / Lansing / Contender)
Out of Azcan (Albert Hall / Danzig / Northern Dancer / National Esembly / Hobnob)
Dezzy is a lovely modern type warmblood, with extremely tall legs and a super temperament. This filly absolutely steals every persons heart with whom she comes in contact with. She has a gorgeous kind face with a big blaze and lovely markings.
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Information on Donna Despoiina's bloodline
Capital Don Cumarco was ranked number 1 jumper in SA for 2014 and 2015, Cumano is 28th, Darco is 26th, Contender is 20th for show jumping and 14th for eventing, Cassini l is 18th.
Capital Don Cumarco
Imported BWP Stallion - Licenced SAWHS
Born 02/05/2003 - Standing 16.1hh
One of the most outstanding jumping stallions on the International circuit.
Some results of Capital Con Cumarco:
2012 - Revil Grand Prix Polokwane - 1st
2012 - Avis SA Derby - 1st
2013 - SA Outdoor Grand Prix - 1st
2013 - SA Riders Tour Grand Prix - 1st
2013 - President's Cup - 2nd
2013 - SA Show Jumping Championship - 1st
2013 - Galencia Properties SA Derby - 1st
2014 - Galencia Properties SA Derby - 1st
Cumano (sire of Don Cumarco) belongs to the first generation of three approved Cassini sons, who made quite a fuss at the stallion selection in Neumunster. Apart from a harmonious build, he combines a light-footed gallop and an incredible jumping power with an almost perfect technique. Cumano has undeniably inherited these qualities from Cassini, who, under Franke Sloothaak, belongs to the summit of the international jumping top.
The 5-year old products of Cassini are performing well in the jumping sport. 27 of them gained 154 victories and classifications in 1997, which provided Cassini with a 138 (0,71 %) breeding index.
At his mother’s side, Cumano goes back to the best Holstein mare-products, via Landgraf I and Caletto II. Landgraf I is the father of the mother of 75 tested studs, with e.g. Come On. From Caletto II Operette la Silla (J. Tops) and Olympic champion Jewel’s Classic Touch (P. Raymaekers, belong to the top of the WBFSH-ranking. Classic Touch, who managed to win the Bremen and Moorslede GP in 1998, comes back again to Landgraf I on the maternal side.
Cumano’s dam-line matches excellently with Capitol I blood. From Weiβe Dame, also in combination with Capitol I, comes the approved stallion Cassino, who is not at all unknown in the jumping sport under the Danish horseman Michael Aabo.
Some of Cumano's achievements:
2006----------World Champion on the WEG Aachen, proclaimed best horse of the World Championship
2004----------CSI-W Calgary 1st ($ 325.000)
----------Participation in the Athens Olympic Games
----------CSI-A Valkenswaard stud test: 3rd
----------CSI-W Amsterdam Sires of the World: 3rd
----------CSI-A Maastricht 1,50m test: 1st
----------CSI-W Helsinki GP: 4th
----------Zwolle Best Stallions, final: 2nd
----------CSI-W Mechelen Sires of the World: 4th
2000----------Hired out to Haras National St. Lo
1999----------Finalist Stallion Championship Zwolle
1998----------Finalist World Championship Zangersheide
Bred to one of the greatest of Belgian jumping stallions, Lugano van la Roche, Ocoucha produced Darco, who went on to prove himself a tough ompetitor on the international jumping scene with Ludo Philippaerts.
In 1988, Darco won his first World Cup qualifier, at Olympia, the following year, he won another Volvo for his rider, this time at s’Hertogenboch, Darco and Ludo were sixth at the WEG in Stockholm, and 7th at the Barcelona Games.
In the WBFSH standings for 1999-2000, Darco finished 8th on the jumping sires list, with 35 progeny contributing to his ranking. His most famous offspring is Otterongo who just missed out on an individual medal at the Sydney Olympic Games although Parco is an exciting competitor and now a successful sire in his own right.
In all, Darco sired more than 3000 foals. In the survey of the world’s top 75 jumping sires that appears in the French publication, Monneron 2007 – 2008, Darco stars, coming in the third best sire in the world, with 35 CSI winners. On the WBFSH Stallion rankings for 2007 – 2011, Darco ranked number one, in the FEI/WBFSH Horse Rankings, in 2012 he ranked number 3. He has 45 representatives, with eight international showjumpers with 200 + points.
Contender died in January 2014. Contender is one of the most sought after stallions in Germany today. He has produced 127 approved sons, 75 state premium mares in Holstein - died 2014.