CarridoBreed: Danish Warmblood
Breed Approval:RPSI, OS
Date of Birth: 2010
Stud Fee: $$1500.00 per dose
Booking Fee: $n/a
With his first showing efforts in 2014, the 4 year old Carrido emerged as a superstar. With impeccable style, a serene demeanor, and a fantastic canter, his handsome type and presence only lent more to his blossoming character, posting 9’s in character, rideability, technique and jumping capacity. In his 5 year-old season, Carrido continued to develop beautifully in the younster clases, with scores up to 8.5 in jumping technique and all 9’s in gallop, sport potential, and rideability. He competed at the Zangersheide Young Horse Championships in Lanaken where he claimed a victory in the second qualifying round.
Arriving in the United States to begin his 6 year old season, Carrido quickly qualified for the YJC Championships and was the winner of the 6 Year Old YJC Western Regional Championship final in Del Mar in September of 2016, finishing the three round competition with no faults at all. In 2018, Carrido finished 3rd in the $100,000 Summer in the Rockies Grand Prix, won the $30,000 Grand Prix of Tyler, was 2nd in both the $25,000 American Royal Grand Prix and the $20,000 InItToWinIt Speed Series Qualifier in Kansas City, was 3rd in the $40,000 Grand Prix of Fort Worth and took other top 4 placings at the national level. Already in 2019, Carrido has top placings in National grand prix, including a 2nd place finish in the $70,000 Eq. International Real Estate Grand Prix at HITS Desert Circuit.
Carrido is approved for breeding with the Westfalen/RPSI and OS. He is only available by frozen semen.
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HSS Carrido 6 YO YJC Western Regional Championships Video 1
HSS Carrido 6 YO YJC Western Regional Championships Video 2
HSS Carrido 6 YO YJC Western Regional Championships Video 3
Carrido’s show record is available at USEF.org.
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Escudo II’s sire, Espri, 1995 stallion of the year, produced 58 Grand prix offspring (8 dressage/50 jumping) and over 2.2 million dollars in winnings so far. World Cup winner E.T. FRH w/Hugo Simon, Enrico 134 w/Lars Nieburg, World Breeding Champion Edgar 12, Olympian Esprit de Valdemar and the Escudo brothers are some of his most well known.
The expressive and typey black Hanoverian Licensing Champion Escudo II appears in both the top list Jumpers and top list Type. He is one of only two stallions in North America to do so (the other is Pablo). Escudo II maintains that top position in the 2009 Hanoverian stallion yearbook and shares his placing with Sandro Hit, a stallion also known to produces typey dressage horses, however Escudo II’s jumping index is much higher. His FN rating is 103 for dressage and 128 for jumping. Escudo II is a class I stallion who completed his testing at Adelheidsdorf with 125.63 — 4th out of 43 stallions. He scored 117.56 for dressage and 125.73 for jumping.
Cambridge is certainly the most distinguished son of the memorable Caletto I. His true-to-type progeny are highly successful in showjumping and his first few crops of foals immediately resulted in the approval of several young stallions, headed by Chalan and Chambertin. At present, Cambridge has fifteen of his offspring show jumping at 1.50 m level, mpressive proof of a producer of performance horses. In Sport, Cambridge was the Vice Champion of the Bundeschampionat in 1993 and won many S-level competitions.
Catoki has been in the top 1% of the National Federation Breeding Value Testing since 2007. A large frame, strong superior movements, a great jumping ability and the typical look of his sire Cambridge are the features Catoki is made of and that he will surely pass on to his desirable offspring. After a steady run of wins in youngster competitions, Catoki won the title of Vice-National Young Horse Champion of the 5 year old show jumpers in Warendorf in 2003. The following year he finished fifth in the finals of the 6 year olds. From then onwards international success followed immediately. In 2006 Catoki and Jörg Naeve were ”Weser-Ems-Champion“. After that Catoki went to Gerd Sosath and won amongst others, the Rastede Grand Prix, Veendam (NED) and was placed in Zwolle (NED). In 2008 he won the three star finals of his counties championship in Bad Segeberg and was placed in several Grand Prix, amongst them Altenhof, Münster, Pforzheim, Falsterbo (SWE), Sommerstorf and Donaueschingen. With Philip Weishaupt victories followed in 2009, amongst them, the Grand Prix in Vigo (ESP) and Donaueschingen as well as good results in the World Cup qualifier in Bordeaux (FRA) Helsinki (FIN), Oslo (NOR) and Leipzig. The victories in Donaueschingen (GER), in World Cup qualifier at Bordeaux (FRA), in Vigo (ESP) as well as the Nations Cup in Hickstead (GBR) in 2011 made the pair Catoki and Phillip Weishaupt one of the best pairs in the current top international sport.
Carrico – A Holsteiner of exceptional quality.
Extreme elasticity in all three paces and an astonishingly skillful jumping ability, combined with strength and powerful breeding qualities are the attributes that this Catoki son passes on to his offspring and which define him as a top sport horse and producer. He was premium stallion at the Holsteiner Approvals and won his 30 day test in 2006 with a score of 8.77. The following year he won the 70 day test in Redefin with an overall average score of 136.98, he also won both the individual dressage index of 131.76 and the jumping index of 141.37. In superior manner he achieved the highest score of 9.6 at the first qualifying round for the 5 year old National Young Horse Championships however an injury prevented him participating in Warendorf. In 2009 ridden by Philip Weishaupt, Carrico qualified at first go for the for 6 year old championships and achieved the highest scores in all three rounds and was the highest ranked horse of the Championship. He finished tenth overall after an unlucky fault in the final jump-off. Carrico has now become firmly established in upper level, international show jumping after placing in Dortmund, Hagen a.T.W., Chantilly/FRA, Münster, Paderborn and Neumünster under Philipp Weishaupt and Henrik von Eckermann/SWE. Today he competes in the United States in the USEF Hunter Derbies and amateur hunter divisions with rider/owner Amber Seaman, a testament to his rideability and tractable nature.