Adagio won the French Saint-Lô stallion licensing at 2-year-old.
When presented again at 3 years of age, he won reserve champion of his age group at an overall mark made up of the marks achieved for type, basic gaits, free jumping, rideability, and jumping under saddle. In particular the type displayed by this Lamm de Fetan son is impressive and in line with the general conception of a breeding stallion.
His head is expressive, with a long and well-set neck, pronounced withers and a well-structured back with harmonious neck and croup proportions. He has correct legs with slightly long hind pasterns, most likely inherited from his maternal grandsire, Calypso II. His hooves are big, strong and well formed.
A stallion greatly influenced by TB blood with lots of energy, Adagio should be able to improve mares with shortcomings in these departments. His first foal crops have been very homogeneous and of high quality in terms of type and movement. The stallion passes on height with great reliability.