Hanover, Mecklenburg, Oldenburg, OS-International, Rhineland, Southern German Stud Books, Westphalia
Tasso di monta:
€ 2.000 (plus 7% VAT)
Located in Muehlen (GER)
Very strong offspring
The offspring from Chacoon Blue's first crop of foals, such as Crystal Blue, Tailormade Chacoon Star, Charlie M, Chacoon Fly PS, Chacoothargos PS and Chacoolou, immediately won young horse competitions. With Hann.Pr.A. Charlize, he produced the show jumping Champion Mare of the Herwart von der Decken show in Verden. At the same place, Carnegie (dam by Balou du Rouet) was also premium stallion of the Hanoverian licensing. In total, he has produced nine licensed stallions. At the PS Online Auctions, Chacoon Blue's sons Chaclago PS (sold for 71,000 Euros), Chaccon's Fly PS (sold for 85,000 Euros to the sponsors of Olympic Eventing Champion Sandra Auffarth) and Chathargos PS (sold for 66,000 Euros) were highly sought after.
Chacoon Blue has achieved, with his rider Philip Rüping, several top placings in the World Ranking List show jumping competitions of Kronenberg/NED, Lanaken/BEL and Oldenburg/GER against strong competition, having previously been placed in the Youngster Tours of Munich, Neumünster, Paderborn and Opglabeek/NED.
Chacoon Blue already demonstrated his unlimited abilities in 2014 at his stallion performance test in Schlieckau, which he completed with a grandiose final score of 9.4 with a focus on jumping. For loose jumping and ability at the jump, he received the perfect score of 10. In 2015, he was placed in the German Championship final (6 y.o.) after winning the Deister Championship in Dobrock. In 2016, after his first successes in the international Youngster Tour, he won silver at the Warendorf Youngster Championships (7 y.o.), very close behind the champion. Once again his fantastic bascule, his clean technique and his exemplary rideability impressed the audience.
His sire is the elite stallion Chacco-Blue. The son of the Holstein stallion Chambertin out of a Contender-Godavari xx dam and inbred to the line founder Cor de la Bryère, was third in the Grand Prix in Aachen and won the Grand Prix in Neumünster. In 2015, the successes of his offspring placed him amongst the top ten of the world's best show jumpers for the first time. Since 2017, he has led the ranking of the world breeding federation WBFSH. His most successful offspring include the Vice European Champion and Global Champions Tour winner Explosion W/Ben Maher/GBR, the European Team Champion Chaqui Z/Shane Sweetnam/IRL and Grand Prix winner Chacna/Enrique Gonzalez/MEX. The latter was one of eight of Chacco-Blue’s offspring who took part in the 2018 World Equestrian Games in Tryon/USA. Almost 50 of his sons have been licensed.
His dam Cindina is the half-sister of the licensed stallion Charity (by Caretano). Her half-sister Widouet (by Baloubet du Rouet) produced the internationally successful Winbishi Coloudina (by Cafe au Lait). Her half-sister Chaccodina (by Chacco-Blue), who was successful in 1.40m show jumping competitions, produced Eurostar I (by Diarado), who was sold at the P.S.I. auction and licensed in Australia.
The Oldenburg dam's sire, Cartoon, who was the result of the performance combination of Carthago and Continue, was also very successful. Even though he was only sparsely used in breeding, he has produced numerous internationally successful horses, such as Cabanus/Emil Hallundbaek/DEN, Townhead Campus, Cancoon and Cargoldo.
With Domino, Winston, Almhügel III and Agram, the pedigree continues with an excellent performance guarantee.
The great-great-grand dam Akelei Z is a full sister of the team Olympic Champion Askan/Gerd Wiltfang. Through her, the line leads to the important Hanoverian mare family of Agenda, from which descend over 30 licensed stallions, as well as several internationally successful show jumpers, including Don Ramiro/Hugo Simon/AUT, Gavi/Helena Stormans/GBR, Status FRH/Rodrigo Oessoa/BRA, Let's talk about/Gerardus Krijnen/NED and the Derby winner Professional Aircare/Christian Glienewinkel.
Show jumping expert out of the dam line of the Olympic Champion Askan