2009 • Grey • 172cm • Meckl
Chacoon Blue is an impressive, well put together and lightly built show jumping specialist in a beautiful grey coat, bred from the outstanding dam line of the Olympic winner Askan. Well-defined lines and a true affinity for performance are prominent characteristics of this top stallion. His canter and the quality of his jump from the perspective of scope, manner and technique are excellent. His potential seems almost limitless: He won his 30-day-test with the sensational jumping biased end score of 9.40. For free jumping, with his jumping pre-disposition and his character, he earned the maximum mark of 10.0. In 2015, he was the impressive winner of the Dobrock Championships, and effortlessly succeeded the leap into higher classes in 2016: He has already won S level show-jumping competitions and was second at the German Championships of seven-year-olds in Warendorf at S 2 Star level with Florian Meyer zu Hartum. In 2017, he was placed in international classes with Philip Rüping. Over the last few years, Chacoon Blue was among the most used show-jumping stallions in Germany.
His first foals impress with a modern type, long legs and high-quality paces. Chacoon Blue produced the OS Champion at the first Oldenburg foal championships in Vechta. His sire Chacco-Blue was successful in international Grand-Prix classes, in Neumünster in 2012 for example and was third in the Grand-Prix in Aachen, before leaving the scene far too early. Chacco-Blue has sired, so far, 39 licensed sons and 270 advanced level/S level show jumpers, who have currently won more than 3.19 million euros and placed their father in first place in the 2017 WBFSH world ranking.
His dam sire Cartoon, only at stud for a short time whilst being active in sport, has sired a higher than average number of successful advanced level/S level horses for the short time he was standing. The well-known performance sires Domino, Winston, Almhügel III and Agram appear in previous generations of the pedigree. The great grand dam Akelei Z is a full sister to the team Olympic Champion Askan 4/Gerd Wiltfang. Her line goes on to the significant Hanoverian mare family 33/Agenda (by Agram-Alex etc.), from which descend 31 licensed stallions, including Askan and Gaston, as well as several successful show-jumping horses such as Don Ramiro/Hugo Simon (AUT) and Let’s talk about/Gerardus Krijnen.