FS 300,-€ bei Bestellung + 350,-€ bei Trächtigkeit.
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Taycan B wows you with his masculine charisma, large frame and great adherence to type. Three exceptional basic gaits and excellent jumping disposition as far as ability, technique and bascule are concerned made him one of the most noticeable showjumping stallions at the 16th DSP Stallion Days 2019 in Munich-Riem. Grey sire Cicero Z van Paemel, through Carthago-Randel Z-Graphit-Gotthard-Poet xx-Almhügel III, very well bred, had a successful international showjumping career for many years and is an influential sire in current showjumper breeding. Damsire Balou du Rouet has been among the top producers globally for many years, is multiple prize money millionaire and, in 2018, several of his progeny successfully took part in the World Equestrian Games in Tryon (USA).
Granddam Nadien is also an important influence: with Steffen Rossau she was successful in competitions up to the difficult class.
Over many years in breeding, she produced successful sport horses for different disciplines, among them the Askari daughter Atlanta 522/Christof Kauert, who had wins in the S (difficult) class, or approved stallion Paracelsius (of Paradiesvogel; Ldb. Neustadt/D.). Jumping traits are also well cared for in the older generations via Nektar, the large-framed Trakehner who produced excellent jumpers and via the legendary grey, Kolibri. Bloodline 130/Hailanka, which was originally a Mecklenburg line (of Hassan/T.-Asmodi-Funker-Dorfstreit) produced, among others, approved stallions Lord Lando A and Prinz Kolibri (Ldb. Neustadt./D.) as well as internationally successful driving horse Jenson 3/Lothar Bachmeier. Big sporting names from this family include above all internationally successful showjumpers Baron WZ/Toni Haßmann, Corina 110/Joan Wecke, Crashman/Hans-Jörn Ottens and Luminos/Werner Muff (SUI).
Seed order form: Taycan B
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