Clarksville had been on the experts’ radar already since the 2016 stallion grading pre-selection.
The stallion attracted particular attention during the entire pre-selection and stallion grading procedure. Right from the start, he stood out for his typical Holsteiner performance. Characterized by clear and convincingly masculine expression, this big-framed Cascadello I son always moves with an up-hill tendency thanks to his powerful hind leg action right from the very first step. Moreover, his exceptional locomotion is ground-covering, rhythmic, and supple.
At this time Clarksville is not available for breeding. After passing his stallion performance test in October he will be back in buisness.
This Casall grandson stands out for his energy and enthusiasm and the way he presents himself, along with his excellent basic gaits and his quality jumping. Same as his sire Cascadello I he is expected to produce high-quality foals. Due to his very good topline he should be well able to improve this trait in particular. His tremendous energy and movement should also enable him to bring about considerable improvement.