|Caletta VIII||Lord||Ladykiller XX|
|Rasar||Cor De La Bryere|
Are you looking for a strong, reliable son of the famous Casall? Well, Chilli Willi is one and he has a dreamy pedigree where you find Lord and Cor de la Bryere, as well as, an exceptional dam line. At nine years old, Chilli Willi came out at the top of the showjumping scene and continued success gives him a lot of potential as a sire.
With rider Nicola Philippaerts he placed third in the 1,60m GP CSI5* CTC Miami, fifth in the 1,60m GP CSIW5* in 2017, and placed sixth at the GP CSI5* Madrid. In 2016 he placed sixth at the Sires of World Grand Prix at Lanaken, second at the CSIW5* at Malines, third at the CSI3* at Maastricht, fourth at the CSI2* at Valkenswaard, sixth at the CSI for six and seven year old in Bruxelles, eighth at Knokke, third of the final at Villach Treffen, 12th at Hamburg, and second and fourth at Neumuenster.
Casall, his sire, is a showjumping champion with 15 victories in 1,60 Grand Prix CSI5* and in all the big rankings in the past years. Casall has been rising up in the World Sire ranking and he was placed fourth in the WBFSH jumping sire ranking in 2016. Several of Casall’s offspring are international showjumpers like Casello who competed at the Rio Olympics with rider Ludger Beerbaum.
His dam Calette VIII has also produced many competitors in the CSO.