Height: 17.2h (175cm)
** please note this is a young stallion, completing his licensing end-2017 **
Colour: Bay, Homozygous Roan (guaranteed roan foals)
AA Ee Rn / Rn Grey = N/N
Breed: Warmblood, ZSSE
ACE Group Inc (in Australia)
WFFS: WFFS negative (Laboklin)
Price: 2018 / 2019 season -AUD $850 per 2 full frozen doses
1 service certificate per 2 full doses
* not available to roan mares
Any additional pregnancies obtained = $850 on confirmation of 45 day pregnancy
Shipped in Australia from Gene Movers in VIC
Suitability: Show jumping, eventing
Limp Bizkit's full sister Shoko, born 19-03-17
Cayanosch impressed the judges at his stallion licensing with his enormous jumping ability and powerful ground covering canter. A remarkable stallion with a promising career ahead of him in jumping.
He is genetically tested EE N / Rn, which means there is a 50% probability of a roan foal, and he will never produce a chestnut foal.
Cayanosh is a substantial stallion of good height (17h), bone and substance of body, with correct, quality limbs and good conformation overall. His legs are long which he uses well and demonstrates good rhythm and balance in all three gaits. His hooves are regular, hardy and well-shaped.
Cayanosch has a well balanced outlook on life, bold, confident with a willing and trainable work ethic.
His sire Castellini (Contender x Landgraf) approved by Holstein and most of the major German stud books was a son of one of the most influential jumping and sporthorse sires of all time, Contender.
Castelinni's dam Farina XIV Holst (Landgraf x Ahorn Z) comes from the dam line Stamm 242. This line produced two of the greatest Dutch stallions to date, in the Holstein KWPN approved stallions Ahorn and Joost.
Farina XIV herself, also produced the successful show jumping daughters, Prelude SJ (135m) by Narew, and Vulkana (1.45m) by Quo Vadis I, as well as Castellini's full brother the Holstein approved stallion Comet.
Cayanosch's dam Shirly (Sir Chamberlain x Romadour II) Trakehner family 0097 has produced sons and daughters with good performance results in show jumping up to 1.30m
Cayanosch cannot produce chestnut foals, and has a 50% chance of passing his unique true roan colouring to his offspring.
His foals are long-legged, with distinguished and noble heads and of substantial body and height. They move with power and good balance.