Lassergut's Cash and CarryBack to list
born 1998, height 168 cm
by Cash - Landgraf I - Ahorn Z - Capitano
Claudia Schönfeld-Führ, Bad Münstereifel
Owner: Lassergut Farm, U.S.A.
Approved for Holstein, Oldenburg International, Hannover, Austria, Other associations on request
Stud fee: 800,00 € plus VAT
A considerable and highly valuable sire with a proven breeding record, just one of very few such sires. Out of 138 successful offspring in Germany, an incredible 41 have achieved wins or have placed in S show jumping. The most successful of these are international show-jumping horses PSG Future (M.Fuchs), Cashflow (J.Naeve), H&M Cash In (Peder Fredericson / Stephanie Holmen) and Cash and Go (S.Wettstein). Cash and Carry delivered sensational foal crops in Holstein with a high proportion of premium foals. So far four of his sons have been approved - Click and Cash (Sweden), Common Sense (Italy), Contino and Cashman (Belgium). Following the 30-day test, Cash and Carry won several classes for young horses up to class M and qualified for the 2004 German National Championships. His father Cash was the offspring of famous parents: His father Cor de la Bryère A.N. was one of the most important line founders of the 20th century in Holstein; his mother Landgräfin competed in international show jumping with Hugo Simon. She was a full sister of legendary stallion Landgraf I, who appears as Cash and Carry’s dam’s sire. Cash is therefore bred into this valuable bloodline at the same generation interval. In the third generation we find Ahorn Z, son of top international horses Almé Z and Heureka, the formative grey Capitano completes the pedigree in the fourth generation. Cash and Carry comes from one of the oldest lines of the Holstein breed, number 256, following in the footsteps of stallions such as Baron PKZ (internationally successful with Alessa Hennings) and Chrom (Holsteiner Verband).
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