Holsteiner • 1994 • Grey • 173 cms
|Cassini I||Capitol I||Capitano|
The mighty showjumping stallion Berlin has beauty, much strength and magnificent athletic power. As a 20yo, it still remains a long-lined stallion with good legwork and a beautiful appearance.
Berlin was, ridden by Gerco Schröder, a revelation. We’ve enjoyed Berlin in the Grand Prix and nation’s cups on the highest level. He’s achieved top results: Golden medal in the World Championships in Aken with the dutch team, Dutch champion 2006, European teamgold in Mannheim 2007, 1th in the Grand Prix La Caruna, 1th in the Grand Prix Verona and many more. His mother line is top class, mother Estia is a remarkable international showjumping horse. Out of this mother line are many international showjumping horses, like Crocodile and Feodara.
Berlin children compete very notable in the sport, such as Zerlin, ridden by Jos Lansink, winner of the Grand Prix in Mechelen. Berlin’s daughter Zycalin W won the Grand Prix of Peel&Maas, ridden by Patrick Lemmon. She also won the Grand Prix of Neeroeten in that same year. In 2015, Kristen van der Veen won the GP Ocala with Faustino de Tili.
Berlin has a breeding value of 149 points, with a reliability of 91%. Especially with mares who carry sufficient blood, he gives fantastic products for the inspections as well as for the sport, with good characters. In 2014, Berlin is declared Keur, due to his fantastic breeding successes.
2015: Berlin is 2nd in the list of promising sires of Horse Telex
2015: Berlin children perform very remarkable in the international showjumping sections
World Equestrian Games and European Championships Team Gold Medalist and awarded Keur status at the 2014 KWPN Stallion Show!
Son of the incredible Cassini I and from the internationally successful mare line 890, there is little to dislike about this stallion! Full of presence, charisma and ever eager to please, Berlin is truly proving himself as a top sire.
Approved for: Holstein, KWPN, OS International, Hannoverian, Italy, France and Ireland.
Stallion Performance Test, 1997 Adelheidsdorf: Overall: 116.11 7th/40, Dressage: 99.68, Jumping: 133.21
Breeding Value (2014): Jumping: 149/91% reliability
Berlin will pass on his scope and wonderful temperament and will to win to his offspring.