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stallion owner of Corrinaro

Rüdiger Schweig

availability sperm

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breeding tax from 600 €

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  • Rheinisches Pferdestammbuch e.V. Rheinisches Pferdestammbuch e.V.
  • Springpferdezuchtverband Oldenburg-International Springpferdezuchtverband Oldenburg-International
  • Westfälisches Pferdestammbuch e.V. Westfälisches Pferdestammbuch e.V.
  • Süddeutsche Pferdezuchtverbände Süddeutsche Pferdezuchtverbände
  • Holstein Global Holstein Global


jumper Cookie Bell (Holsteiner, 2007, from Corrado II)

Cookie Bell

jumper Cookie Bell (Holsteiner,  , from Corrado II)

Cookie Bell

jumper Caruso Royale (Holsteiner, 2009, from Cezaro)

Caruso Royale

jumper Clausewitz N (Holsteiner, 2002, from Corrado II)

Clausewitz N

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jumper Faery Queen (Oldenburg show jumper, 2015, from Corrinaro)

Faery Queen

jumper Corrilan d'Espoir (German Sport Horse, 2015, from Corrinaro)

Corrilan d'Espoir

jumper Crazy Corrianna RS (German Sport Horse, 2016, from Corrinaro)

Crazy Corrianna RS

jumper Corralina Rs (German Sport Horse, 2015, from Corrinaro)

Corralina Rs

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Base data

name (DE) Corrinaro sportname (DE) Corrinaro
breeding name (DE) Corrinaro UELN 276421000193408
NaturalBrilliant Holsteiner with a brilliant type and bloodlines with exceptional rideability and willingness to perform. Perfect technique, excellent bascule and outstanding jumping ability are the hallmarks of this sporty grey stallion. His interior paired with a dreamlike exterior convinces all along the line. Corrinaro can meanwhile boast numerous victories and placements up to advanced (S**) level. When he was five and six years old, the stallion qualified for the Bundeschampionat. His full sister Cookie Bell is also currently collecting successes up to advanced level. He completed his 30 TT in 2012 with the jumping mark of 8.08. This impressively underlines the quality of his pedigree. As a breeder he shines with elite, champion, gold and premium foals at the associations Oldenburg-International (OS), Mecklenburg, Holstein, Westphalia and the southern associations. He consistently passes on his long-legged nature, correctness, extraordinary type and harmoniously loose GGA. With almost 60% thoroughbred, he represents an interesting refinement offer for modern show jumping horse breeding. Sire Corrado II was licensed in Neumünster in 1994. He is lighter and more marked by his blood than his full brother Corrado I. As a 4 and 5 year old, he was able to point to several victories in tests for young show jumpers. Due to his sporting potential, he switched to Jos Lansink's training at Zangersheide Stud when he was 6 years old. A torn ligament during training abruptly ended his hopeful sports career. The Cor de la Bryère son Corrado II goes back on the dam's side via the stallions Capitol I, Maestose xx, Frivol xx and Fanal to the mare Organisation. This daughter of the stallion Heinzelmann out of the line 6879 has written breeding history in Holstein in an impressive way. Bred by her two daughters Original Holsatia and Baden. With Original Holsatia, Fritz Thiedemann won the Grand Prix of Aachen, among others. Hans-Hermann Evers became second with Baden in the German Jumping Derby in Hamburg. Both horses were nominated for the Olympic Games in Helsinki in 1952. Another full sister of these two athletes was the mare Contiane. She produced four important offspring. With the stallion Ramzes the mare Romze was bred, who won many jumping competitions with Hans-Werner Ritters and Alwin Schockemöhle. Her only son was Ringo, descended from the thoroughbred Frivol xx - the most successful horse of the Japanese team at the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico. Contiane also produced two daughters with Frivol xx: the mare Queen, with whom Heide Myrtha became runner-up in the German show jumping championships in 1965, and the mare Tamina. She is the great granddam of Corrado I and II. Another daughter of the organization is the mare Redliche. The successful horses Fairlady (Ralf Runge) as well as the two full brothers Lausbub - winner of the Hamburg jumping derby under Achaz von Buchwaldt - and Landlord, Derby fifth under Breido Graf zu Rantzau and later Olympic horse under Ludger Beerbaum in Seoul 1988, both descend from Landgraf I. Currently befindet is another highly regarded descendant of the 6879 line in international show jumping, Aquino under Franke Sloothaak. On the dam's side he carries the coveted blood of Landgraf I. Linaro was winner of the stallion licensing and stallion performance test. Landlord was Olympic participant and placed in the German Derby. The winner of the stallion performance test Caletto II shines with successful horses like Caretino, Classic Touch, Cadillac, operetta La Silla, Corleone, Wisma (dam of Cassini I and II).
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