Cyrano de Bergerac

Breed: Hanoverian

Colour: Bay

Height: 168 cm

Born: 1994

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Pure jumper performance.  In 1992, his sire, Coriano, was leased by the Holstein Verband to Baden-Württemberg for two years. In 1996 Coriano won silver at the Bundeschampionat. When he was seven, he placed in S-level to Grand Prix. The end of 2002 he was leased to the Belgian Gestüt Zangersheide where he won the championships for junior riders under Judy Ann Melchior. In 2004 he returned to Holstein. So far, Coriano has sired 17 licensed sons and numerous off-spring that have been highly successful in sport such as the current team world champion in show jumping, Van Schindel’s Curtis/Piet Raymakers/NED. The dam, Romanze, produced successful dressage horses as well as jumpers by various stallions. The dam’s sire, Ricardo, Elite stallion in Baden-Württemberg, produced four licensed sons of which Ringo Starr/Ludwig Ziegler, Risandro/Samatha McIntosh/BUL and Ratsherr/Toni Hassmann compete internationally. Through the Thoroughbred stallion Ladykiller, the third generation sire, Labrador, is a three-quarter brother of Landgraf, a stallion of the century.  The third generation dam, Tänzerin, produced a licensed stallion named Rico (by Ricardo; State Stud Marbach). Cyrano de Bergerac comes from the Hanoverian performance line of Ahnenflamme (by Ahoi-Dekan, etc.) which is also known for the double Bundeschampion, Rusti (PB Oldenburg).

“A top athlete like Cyrano de Bergerac is always distinguished by a number of naturally given attributes such as character, rideability, movement potential, attitude and ambition as well as an outstanding jumping sequence paired with fast power and enormous jumping ability, caution and the ability to regenerate quickly. Cyrano de Bergerac’s success all the way up to World Cups is the logical consequence of the extremely esteemed genes he has inherited. His foal crop last year with three show winners, a Reserve Champion and a number of foals that received a premium once again shows that he passes on the traits for movement he inherited from his dam line, making him a jumper-maker who also passes on good movements.” Franke Sloothaak

Coriano Corrado ICor de la Bryère (SF)
Soleil
OptionLord
Golda
RomanzeRicardo Ronald
Ricarda
LanzeLabrador
Tänzerin
Description

Pure jumper performance.  In 1992, his sire, Coriano, was leased by the Holstein Verband to Baden-Württemberg for two years. In 1996 Coriano won silver at the Bundeschampionat. When he was seven, he placed in S-level to Grand Prix. The end of 2002 he was leased to the Belgian Gestüt Zangersheide where he won the championships for junior riders under Judy Ann Melchior. In 2004 he returned to Holstein. So far, Coriano has sired 17 licensed sons and numerous off-spring that have been highly successful in sport such as the current team world champion in show jumping, Van Schindel’s Curtis/Piet Raymakers/NED. The dam, Romanze, produced successful dressage horses as well as jumpers by various stallions. The dam’s sire, Ricardo, Elite stallion in Baden-Württemberg, produced four licensed sons of which Ringo Starr/Ludwig Ziegler, Risandro/Samatha McIntosh/BUL and Ratsherr/Toni Hassmann compete internationally. Through the Thoroughbred stallion Ladykiller, the third generation sire, Labrador, is a three-quarter brother of Landgraf, a stallion of the century.  The third generation dam, Tänzerin, produced a licensed stallion named Rico (by Ricardo; State Stud Marbach). Cyrano de Bergerac comes from the Hanoverian performance line of Ahnenflamme (by Ahoi-Dekan, etc.) which is also known for the double Bundeschampion, Rusti (PB Oldenburg).

“A top athlete like Cyrano de Bergerac is always distinguished by a number of naturally given attributes such as character, rideability, movement potential, attitude and ambition as well as an outstanding jumping sequence paired with fast power and enormous jumping ability, caution and the ability to regenerate quickly. Cyrano de Bergerac’s success all the way up to World Cups is the logical consequence of the extremely esteemed genes he has inherited. His foal crop last year with three show winners, a Reserve Champion and a number of foals that received a premium once again shows that he passes on the traits for movement he inherited from his dam line, making him a jumper-maker who also passes on good movements.” Franke Sloothaak

Pedigree
Coriano Corrado ICor de la Bryère (SF)
Soleil
OptionLord
Golda
RomanzeRicardo Ronald
Ricarda
LanzeLabrador
Tänzerin