SIRE:- Cassini 1 172cm? 1988 HolsteinCassini 1 has had numerous international show jumping successes including wins in Nations Cups and placings in World Cup events with Franke Sloothaak. He has gone on to prove himself in breeding with several approved sons and an unusually high proportion of his offspring celebrating international sports successes. His sire Capitol 1 again has numerous offspring competing at the highest levels in show jumping.
Sire: Corporal Retina FoliaHolst Maximus Vase Wisma BHolst Caletto 11Holst Cor de la Bryere Deka PrismaHolst Mahmud Cerena Damt Caletto 1 Monoline Phaedra Holst Calando 1 Fangelika WeddingstedtHolst Caletto 11Holst Cor de la Bryere Deka RemscheidHolst Flamingo Gordana ?
DAM:- Radiant For J 16.1hh164cm 2001 Holstein Stamm 4294 Bezirkspremium (see broodmares)Radiant for J competed in sport prior to breeding and she is by Cascavelle whose sire Cantus, was a monumental grey stallion with an overwhelming predisposition for jumping, a characteristic which he readily passed on to his progeny. He left a number of influential sires such as Come On (international showjumping successes with H.R.H. Haya Bint al Hussein), Calido I, Cyrano, Cassius Clay, Cristobal, Canaletto and Cascavelle. Cascavelles dam Phaedra, (FN name Colanda) was herself a very successful competition sports horse. Her sire Calando I was German Show jumping champion in 1984, who then jumped internationally, before returning to Holstein in 1990. The grandam Fangelika is by Consul, the valuable son of the thoroughbred Cottage Son xx, who also appears as the dam-sire of the Cantus sire Caletto I. Fangelika is also the foundation mare of the approved stallions Carthago and Lord Calando through her daughter Kerrin (by Mambo), and her granddaughter Perra (by Calando I). Cascavelle proved to be specialised in jumping, tallying scores of 9 and 10 in the show jumping index at his stallion performance test. Cascavelle has presented a considerable number of Federal Championship contestants so far and state premium mares. A successful Federal Championship daughter was sold to the USA for DM. 500,000. Three Cascavelle sons have so far been approved, namely C.I.A., Casco and Carillon. There were three approved stallions at the 2001 Holstein approval that had a Cascavelle dam, including the winner, Lake Bid (who was sold for DM. 470,000). The stamm 990 is responsible for the stallion Canabis Z and the mare Gordana produced Tribonius who competed internationally at eventing with Peter Green (USA).