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Alibaba: The new young star of the stallion station Ludger Beerbaum Stables

Wednesday, 15 March 2023
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Alibaba Alibaba, descending from Aganix du Seigneur Z-Acorado-Stakkato, was in a class of his own at the Hanoverian licensing in 2022.

The stallion station of the Ludger Beerbaum Stables announces a spectacular new arrival: Alibaba. The very sporty dark chestnut, descending from Aganix du Seigneur Z-Acorado-Stakkato, was in a class of his own at the Hanoverian licensing in 2022. His boundless jumping ability is also reflected in his pedigree: Alibaba comes from the line of the Olympic Champion Esprit FRH under Lars Nieberg.

The Belgian sire Aganix du Seigneur Z, himself an Ogano Sitte son and thus a grandson of Darco, who had such a formative influence on show jumping, placed in international classes up to 1.60 metres under Jos Lansink/BEL. The dam is half-sister to the licensed show jumping stallions Canstakko (by Canturo) under Takashi Haase Shibayama/JPN and Aga Khan Z (by Acorado I) with Christian Ahlmann. Numerous other top show jumpers come from the line, including the 1987 European Championships team bronze medallist, Daniela (by Don Carlos)/Ulrich Kirchhoff, Contanga (by Catoki)/André Thieme and Carriere (by Catoki)/Daniel Deußer.

At the stallion station of the Ludger Beerbaum Stables, Alibaba is the pit neighbour of a whole stallion armada, which is led by the world-class jumpers Zinedine (by Guidam-Heartbreaker), Monte Bellini (by Montender-Ramiro), Colestus (by Cornet Obolensky-Stakkato) and Chubakko (by Connor-Colman).

Comme le père (by Comme il faut-Contender) and Coros NRW are waiting in the starting blocks. Coros NRW (by Cornet Obolensky-Arpeggio) won gold at the 2022 World Championships for young show jumpers under Philipp Weishaupt with dream rounds and, only narrowly beaten, silver at the Bundeschampionat. In the meantime, his first victories in the international Youngster Tour have been recorded. 

The youngsters at the stallion station of Ludger Beerbaum Stables include the stallions Aberdeen Z (by Aganix du Seigneur Z-Canturo), Cortez FZ (by Cornet Obolensky-Canturano I) and Emeron (by Emerald van't Ruythershof-Ahorn) who have already won and placed in tests for young show jumpers.

And via frozen semen, for example the current Doha winner Mumbai (by Diamant de Semilly-Nabab de Rêve), the Aachen and Spruce Meadows winner L.B. Convall (by Colman-Cascavelle) and the Stuttgart, Lyon and Vienna winner Chaman (by Baloubet du Rouet-I love you) are available to breeders through the Ludger Beerbaum Stables.

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