Today Calido I is one of the most important sires world wide. His pedigree shows Cor de la Bryère A.N., Cottage Son xx three times each and Ramzes AA and Anblick xx twice. His grandmother Kollet (by Roman) brought six dressage and jumping horses that were successful up to advanced level. The dam’s sire Coriander was a multiple talent and won dressage competitions of advanced level many times. Calido I led the jumping ranking of his stallion performance test and won 25 young horses’ jumping tests. The final qualification at Bundeschampionate was one of them. His extraordinary breeding value secures him a solid position at the top and it is proven by his progeny’s successes. Important offspring are Coupe de Coeur, German champion 2006 and 2007 with René Tebbel, Nobless M, grand prix winner 2007 in Helsinki and La Coronia with Pius Schwizer and Eurocommerce Acapulco (Gerco Schröder). The Olympic Games 2008 in Beijing saw Calido I offspring California with Taizo Sugitani, Cayak with Eiken Sato and Nobless M competing.
More than 50 sons of Calido I were licensed, 205 of his offspring record success in advanced level jumping. His progeny’s lifetime winnings recorded at FN amount to 2,434,322 Euro. At the approval Neumünster 2012 Calido I presented second place reserve winner Calinello.
Approved for Holstein, German Sport Horse, Hannover, Oldenburg, Oldenburg International and Bavaria. Other associations on request.
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