Millfield CairoLicensed with the Anglo European Studbook Cairo is an exceptionally attractive young stallion by the famous Calido 1 and the only one licensed in the UK. Calido had more offspring at the 2008 Olympic games than any other stallion and produces good looking athletic horses with above average movement. SOLD
Cairo has inherited these traits from his sire as he has a beautiful head, excellent type and conformation, fantastic paces and shows plenty of scope along with an excellent technique over a fence. He also has a very level brain being very easy to ride and has the most outstanding temperament , wants to please and is a very easy horse to have around. He was placed at the 2010 SHGB Spring Breeders show at Myerscough and was impeccably behaved. He has been Licensed by the Anglo European Studbook in November 2010 and was the highest scoring 2/3 year old presented.Cairo has been slowly produced in 2012 due to our stud commitments and will be aimed at young horse classes for 2013. His first crop of foals are good looking with excellent movement and the only foal presented at the BEF Futurity gained a first premium. Sold to California USA
SIRE:- Calido 1 167cm 1993 Holstein
At his performance test in Adelheidsdorf Calido scored 129.05 (4/53). He was first in the jumping standings with 140.40 but 9th in the dressage rankings on 114.30. His jumping scores included a score of 10! In 1996 he won 22 showjumping classes up to intermediate level. Calido was the standout sire in the jumping at the 2004 Bundeschampionate, siring the winner of the Five year old jumping championship, Coster (out of a mare by Carthago Z) and the reserve Champion, Clintwood (Limerick), with a third representative, Celine making it through to the final. Calido?s dam, Baroness, is by Coriander, who despite his jumping breeding made something of a name for himself as a dressage horse with Wolfgang Schade since his grand-sire, Calypso II although primarily a jumper also produced horses with great rideability. Baroness is also the dam of the licensed stallion Black Incipit (an advanced showjumper) as well as the intermediate jumper, Cantango. Calido?s sire Cantus, who died in 1994, was a successful sire of jumping horses right from the start. His son, Come On was an international competitor with Ralf Schneider and the Princess of Jordan. Calido?s eldest progeny are already internationally successful including Eurocommerce Acapulco with Gerco Schröder, Calgary with Yuka Watanabe as well as Capitana G, FBW Cassius Clay, Coupe de Coeur, Concordia and Lyssah. He had 3 offspring competing at the 2008 Olympics Nobless, Calafornia and Cayak. Stallion sons include Calanthano, Caleri, Calido Ass, Calmo, Candyman, Cantino, Cerutti, Cervantes, Chalet, Chapot Charakter, Charisma, Conquest of Paradies, Cormint, Coster, Counter, Count Basie and Crelido. In the 2007, Hanoverian Stallion book, Calido is recorded with progeny earnings of 721,361 euro, with 496 progeny competing in jumping, with 98 at advanced levels. He has an FN jumping index of 144 and a dressage ranking of 117. On the basic of the Hanoverian mare and auction tests, he has a dressage score of 119 and a jumping rank of 159.
DAM:- Madame I 16.1hh 164cm 2000 Holstein Stamm 7728 Bezirkspremium Madame is by Capitol
The yearling Capitol I was bought by the Holsteiner Verband, and he soon established himself as one of the great showjumping sires, represented internationally by jumpers such as Corso (ridden by the Swiss, Willi Meliger), JR Number One (exported to the United States), Caruso Rex, Calle, and most notably of recent times, Cento, a team gold medallist at the Sydney Games, and who missed out of an individual medal by just one rail but also Cassini 1 and 11, Carthago and Indoctro. The children of Capitol have won the most money in the sport of any stallion in the world. The stamm 7728 has produced the stallion Lancianos and the great grand dam Vanessa produced the International show jumper Cardinale.