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Trendline by Caretino - 18 A2

Trendline by Caretino - 18 A2

Holstein horse breeding mare by stallion Caretino
Born: 01-01-2003
Tribe: 18 A2
Stick measurement: 169cm

Caretino / Casino Boy / Lord
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Trendline by Caretino - 18 A2

by stallion Caretino
Born: 01-01-2003 - Holstein mare line 18 A2 - Stm.169cm
Color: Brown - In foal by: Legolas - Foal at foot by:


A large bodied Holstein Caretino mare out of the Top Spring 18A2 line that has already produced outstanding foals! The great-granddam to Trendline is the full sister to Leonado 1 and 2. This outstanding Holsteiner broodmare passes on top and we can expect a lot from her offspring.



Holstein mare: Pedigree

Pedigree: Trendline by Caretino - 18 A2

Born: 01-01-2003 - Holstein mare line 18 A2 - Stm.169cm - Brown


Ceretino Caletto I Cor de la Bryere Rantzau xx
Deka Consul
Isidore Metellus Marinus
Night Blue
Corbala Aldato
Diana XXI Casino Boy xx Levanter xx Le Levantste xx
Tenebrae xx
Glean Buihde xx Pampered AI xx
Star of Inc xx
Swatowo Lord Ladykileer xx
Felica Farnese


Holsteiner foals

Holstein foal by the broodmare Trendline by Caretino - 18 A2




Holstein strain: 18 A2

Holstein mare line: 18 A2

The Holstein mare Trunk 18 A2 is one of the most important mare lines in Holstein horse breeding. From this important holsteiner The famous stallions Campino (international with A. v. Buchwaldt), Cascadeur, Catwalk, Centauer Z, Chambertin, Chamonix, Columbus, Leonardo I and II, Littlefield, Marmor, Monsum and the internationally successful show jumpers Arturo Junior/Christian Ahlmann, Mercator 4/Tjark Nagel and Min Jung 2/Peter Hoff are among the offspring of this mare line.

Holstein stallion: Caretino

Holstein stallion: Caretino

The Holstein stallion Caretino is the last son of the legendary stallion Caletto II who is still used for breeding in Holstein - the stallion who embodied the breeding goal of Holstein horse breeding in an almost ideal way. Caletto II was the champion stallion of his year and unfortunately only covered a few years due to a fatal accident. However, he produced outstanding horses - both for sport and for breeding.

His best son in terms of breeding is Caretino. At the age of 5 and 6 he qualified for the Bundeschampionat and at the age of 7 he already had his first placings in advanced (S) level show jumping competitions. At the age of 8, when he was being ridden by Bo Kristoffersen, he was also able to prove his talent internationally. In total, the two of them were able to achieve 40 placings in advanced (S) level tests. Among them are also successes with the Danish national team. 

Caretino has not only sired a large number of first-class show jumpers, but has also produced some very good dressage horses. Among them is the Grand Prix winner Cockney, who became champion in Warendorf at the 1997 Bundeschampionat for 6-year-old dressage horses under Nadine Capellmann. His outstanding offspring include Ballerina, who won the gold medal in the team at the 1997 European Championships in Mannheim with Markus Merschformann, Charlottenhof's Chandra with Sören von Rönne, who won bronze in the team at the European Championships in Arnhem, Caretano Z and Caridor Z with Jos Lansink, Crocodile Dandy with Alison Firestone, his full brother Conally with Marcus Renzel, Cathleen with Marc Wirths, Pikeur Carlo Cassini with Franz-Josef Dahlmann, Caresino with Hauke Luther and Celestino with Jürgen Kraus. 

A whole series of younger Caretino offspring also attracted attention with great successes in important competitions. These are now the products from the time after his sport use. They include Böttger's Calandro, with whom Janne-Friederike Meyer became German Champion in 2006, Caldato with Hugo Simon, Cornwall W with Andreas Ripke, Chianti la Silla, with whom Rolf-Göran Bengtsson won the World Cup show jumping competition in Monterrey, Mexico, in 2006, and Chika's Way, German Vice Champion under Janne-Friederike Meyer in 2007.

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