The Casall son Cape Calidus emerged as "best in class" of the 25 stallions tested. The Brandenburger Haupt- und Landgestüt Neustadt/Dosse secured the stallion at the Holstein auction on the occasion of his licensing. And at the 50-day test, he delivered: a high willingness to perform (9.5), coupled with jumping ability, very good manner and corresponding canter (9.0 each) were rewarded with top scores.
The judges therefore also certified that the bay stallion had very good prospects, resulting in a total weighted final score of 8.86. Cape Calidus was bred by Jendrik Oldekop (Schönwalde) out of a dam by Calido I-Landgraf I, line 18B1.
With Obano by Ogano Sitte-Cabano (Markus Jürgens, Breckerfeld), Stamm 2481, another Holstein stallion finished in the clearly good range: He received a weighted final score of 8.50 for jumping.
The individual scores of the participants can be found here.
Photo: Cape Calidus by Casall out of Baffari by Calido I (breeder: Jendrik Oldekop, Schönwalde) (Photo: Janne Bugtrup)