C A I T R Í O N A
born 24. May 2010
by Lord Z and Madonna III by Parco xx
Holstein, height approx. 1,65m ~16.1 hands
She is the 4th foal of Madonna III and a lively and clever young chesnut mare. You can see the influence of thoroughbred, the canter is excellent and the walk and trot are good, the top-line is strong. She is our 2nd mare by Lord Z and we are absolutely convinced of them and Caitríona will show her potential in the sport.
Ancestry: The sire Lord Z was highly successful in the international show jumping circle, he has won a lot of Grand Prixs*****. First with Jaime Guerra-MEX, then with Franke Sloothaak-GER and Beat Mändli-CH, at last with John Whitaker-GBR. Lord Z comes from the stallion legend Lord and Thia by Calando I - Meteor xx. The full- sister of Lord Z, Diana, is also mother of the Bundes- championat champion of jumping 1999 and interna- tionally successful stallion Broere VDL Atlantic by Acord II with Wout v.d. Schans, NL. The full-brothers of Atlantic, In Style, with the Canadian Ian Miller and Anyway are very successful in international showjumpings. In Style was participant of the World Championship 2006 in Aachen and has won the Team Silver Medal of the Olympics 2008 in Hongkong. The direct mareline of Lord Z, the line 206, guarantees pure performance!
Meanwhile Lord Z has a lot of offspring in the international showjumping circle. Noltes Küchengirl (in former times: Lord's Classic) is most known with Markus Ehning. In the year 2006 she has won the Grand Prixs and Nation Cups of La Baule and Aachen. Additional she was participant of the World Championship 2006 in Aachen with Marcus Ehning, winning the Team Bronze Medal. 2010 she has won the Global Champions Tour in Rio de Janero and other Grand Prixs*****. I have seen this mare during the National Championship of young jumping horses in 2003 and decided that Lord Z must be for Amrum I and later Madonna III. Successful in the international show jumping circle are among others: Nicolette III with Robert Whitaker-GBR and Jan Sprehe, Lady Balu with Christina Liebherr, BF Utopia with Tim Gradley, Lorrain Z with Eric Lamaze-CAN and Navarro with Noora Pentti-FIN. In Germany f.e.: Lorette with Markus Friedel, Laura 337 with Michaela Brückmann and Liberty 224 with Matthias Gude and Stefanie Wilwert and Lumona-R with Frank Möller.
An great part of the offspring of Lord Z is successful until the highest level, although he has mostly covered in the Netherlands and a little in Germany.
The following sire Calando I in the pedigree of Lord Z was also an internationally successful jumper, first with Karsten Huck, both have won the National German Championship and later with Edgar-Henri Cüpper, BEL. Calando I is responsible for the fighting-spirit and engagement of Lord Z and his offspring. Then is following the thoroughbred Meteor xx, who appears in a lot of pedigrees of successful sport horses.
More information about Lord Z and the other stallions of the pedigree: ►►►►here
Detailed description of the pedigree and own performance of the dam Madonna III by Parco xx: ►►►►here
There is a lot of performance in this pedigree, more isn't possible!
This mareline is traceable til middle of the 19th century, in 1867 the first mare was born and registered. The line is significant for powerful international sport-horses until the highest level and licensed stallions.
Here you can read more about this mareline and the successes of the near ancestries in the sport. ►►►►here
Mareline of paardenfokken
Pedigree: The pedigree shows the following inbreedings:
2x to the Anglo Norman Cor de la Bryère
125x to the thoroughbred St.Simon xx
42x to the thoroughbred Bay Ronald xx
23 x to the thoroughbred Dark Ronald xx
19x to the thoroughbred Son-in-Law xx
each 8x to the thoroughbreds Nearco xx and Trimestral xx
6x to the thoroughbred Cottage Son xx
each 4x to the thoroughbreds Hyperion xx and Fairway xx
3x to the Anglo-Arabian Ramzes x
each 2x to the thoroughbreds Foxlight xx, Furioso xx, Rantzau xx and The Tetrarch xx
Percentage of thoroughbred 9 generationa back: 70%
|Freejumping as a yearling, April 2011 |