Holsteiner • Bay • 1998 • 168 cms
|Cambridge||Caletto I||Cor de la Bryere|
|Vordula||Cor de la Bryere|
WBFSH Show Jumping sire #47
Catoki’s offspring are as expressive as Catoki himself and equipped with an enormous jumping capacity.
Catoki derives from the famous Holstein lineage 4705. Sire Cambridge also produced the famous stallions Chalan and Chambertin. At present, Cambridge has fifteen of his offspring show jumping at 1.50 m level. Impressive proof of a producer of performance horses.
Catoki’s dam Blinka already produced the sire Casco Z by Coriall. The grand dam Vordula is dam to the licensed stallions Lago and Laurenz. The result of the second combination of Cambridge and the legendary Cor de la Bryère’s has proven itself finely.
Catoki has been in the top 1% of the National Federation Breeding Value Testing since 2007. A large frame, strong superior movements, a great jumping ability and the typical look of his sire Cambridge are the features Catoki is made of and that he will surely pass on to his desirable offspring.
After a steady run of wins in youngster competitions, Catoki won the title of Vice-National Young Horse Champion of the 5 year old show jumpers in Warendorf in 2003. The following year he finished fifth in the finals of the 6 year olds. From then onwards international success followed immediately. In 2006 Catoki and Jörg Naeve were ”Weser-Ems-Champion“. After that Catoki went to Gerd Sosath and won amongst others, the Rastede Grand Prix, Veendam (NED) and was placed in Zwolle (NED). In 2008 he won the three star finals of his counties championship in Bad Segeberg and was placed in several Grand Prix, amongst them Altenhof, Münster, Pforzheim, Falsterbo (SWE), Sommerstorf and Donaueschingen.
With Philip Weishaupt victories followed in 2009, amongst them, the Grand Prix in Vigo (ESP) and Donaueschingen as well as good results in the World Cup qualifier in Bordeaux (FRA) Helsinki (FIN), Oslo (NOR) and Leipzig.
The victories in Donaueschingen (GER), in World Cup qualifier at Bordeaux (FRA), in Vigo (ESP) as well as the Nations Cup in Hickstead (GBR) in 2011 made the pair Catoki and Phillip Weishaupt one of the best pairs in the current top international sport.
Catoki’s offspring are beautiful and modern in their type. They exhibit high-quality gaits with clear up-hill tendency and promising jumping ability. With numerous state premium mares, 19 licensed stallions, “Bundeschampionat” finalists and expensive auction foals, Catoki has already, though young, joined the list of epochal Holstein foundation stallions.
Catoki Progeny Highlights:
- Carrico won his 70-day test in Redefin with a score of 141.37
- 2007 Holstein licensed son Canoso was sold for the top price of €360,000 Euros having gained a 10 for his jumping
- Oldenburg premium stallion Cascall and OS licensed son Cador