Chad Blue PS is another son of our stallion Chacco-Blue, who has made such an impact on show jumping worldwide. Ridden by Patrick Stühlmeyer, this top talent has already achieved a series of successes in the international youngster tour, including victories in the youngster show jumping competitions in Hagen a.T.W. and Balve, third place in the Youngsters Cup final at the CHIO in Aachen and eighth place in the German Championship final in Warendorf (7y.o.). And a look at his pedigree reveals that this show jumping talent is well secured by the best maternal genetics of all.
Chacco-Blue recorded numerous fantastic placings at international events, amongst which, his third place in the Grand Prix of Aachen and his victory in the Grand Prix of Neumünster particularly stand out. The success of his offspring placed him amongst the top ten of the world's best show jumping sires for the first time in 2015. Since 2017, he has led the ranking of the world breeding federation WBFSH in uninterrupted succession. His most successful offspring include Explosion W/Ben Maher/GBR, Olympic Champion, individual silver and team bronze medallist at the European Championships, Global Champions Tour winner and awarded the KWPN Horse of the Year title, Chanyon/Daisuke Fukushima/JPN, placed sixth at the Olympics, Chaqui Z/Shane Sweetnam/IRL, European Team Champion, and Chacon/Eoin McMahon/IRL, placed second in the Nations Cup final, amongst others. He has produced almost 60 licensed stallions, including Chacfly PS and Chacoon Blue, who are internationally successful, as well as Chaccothage Blue PS, stallion performance test winner, Dobrock Champion, sixth-placed at the German Championships and Oldenburg main premium winner.
His dam Sancenta also produced the mare Chancia (by Chacco-Blue), who produced Diasandro Blue (by Diaron)/Ádám Faluhelyi/HUN, who is successful in the international Youngster Tour and took part in the World Championships for five-year-old show jumping horses in 2022.
The World Cup winner Boy/Marcus Ehning, the Team Olympic and European Champion as well as World Cup winner Dobel’s Cento/Otto Becker and Furioso II’s son Fürstengold also appear in his pedigree.
His grand-dam Finja competed internationally for Brazil under her sport name Censcha. She produced, amongst others, nine international show jumping horses (three of them in 1.70m competitions and three of the in 1.60m competitions): Lago (by Lando)/Stephan Calonge/FRA, Santo (by Sandro Boy)/a.o. Saif Omar Ahmed Thabet/UAE (1st place in the puissance in Sharjah/UAE in 2016), Chabento (by Chacco-Blue)/Sandra Piwowarczyk/POL, Chacitol (by Chacco-Blue)/Krzysztof Okla/POL, Chabento (by Chacco-Blue)/Sandra Piwowarczyk/POL, H5 Quintol (by Quintender )/Eduardo Pereira de Menezes/BRA (5th place by team at the Olympic Games in Rio/BRA in 2016), Ursus (by Canturo)/Liubov Kochetova/RUS, Sancho (by Sandro Boy)/Jens Vandenberk/BEL and Nicotin (by Nintender)/Omar Al-Wassiti Hassoun/IRQ.
His great-grand-dam Fraija, who was successful in intermediate (M) level show jumping competitions, is the half sister of the 1.50m show jumping horse Goldcup (by Goldstern) and produced the licensed stallion Landgold (by Landfriese I), Vice German Champion of five-year-old show jumping horses in 2000 and internationally successful with Katharina Offel, Björn Nagel and Oliver Lemmer. Her son Laurioso (by Lauterbach) was successful in international show jumping competitions up to 1.50m.
The stallions Imperator (by Immer Voran) and Cornet’s Blue Z (by Balou du Reventon) and numerous sport horses descend from this Trakehner mare line.
Dam is the sister of six 1.60m show jumping horses
|Chad Blue PS|
|Sentia /Sancenta||Sandro Boy||Sandro|
|Finja / Censcha||Cento|