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Holsteiner Foal Auction Sale in Klein Flottbek: Eight Casall Foals– Eight Opportunities

Sunday, 14 May 2017
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No. 1 (Casall x Quidam de Revel) No. 1 (Casall x Quidam de Revel)

There are many international jumping stallions also used for breeding. But only few of them have achieved the same reputation for passing on their quality as Holsteiner Verband stallion Casall Ask. The past years have seen him compete against his offspring in the Global Champions Tour and international championships on a regular basis. He has produced champion stallions and elite mares, as have his sons.

You are looking for a prospective winner as well? The foal auction sale held during the German Derby on 25 May 2017 might be your opportunity to purchase one of this world class stallion’s foals. The highly interesting selection comprises eight foals selected to a very high standard – according to common Holstein practice.


No. 1 (Casall x Quidam de Revel) No. 1 (Casall x Quidam de Revel)

Lot no. 1 (Casall x Quidam de Revel)

 

The opening lot, hip no.1, is also the youngest foal in this selection, only a few days old when the photo was taken. This striking young colt stands out for his confidence as well as his breeding as he carries not only Casall but also two other international stallions - Quidam de Revel and unforgotten Cassini I.

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No. 2 (Casall x Loran) No. 2 (Casall x Loran)

Lot no. 2 (Casall x Loran)

 

The opening lot, hip no.1, is also the youngest foal in this selection, only a few days old when the photo was taken. This striking young colt stands out for his confidence as well as his breeding as he carries not only Casall but also two other international stallions - Quidam de Revel and unforgotten Cassini I.

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No. 3 (Casall x Candillo) No. 3 (Casall x Candillo)

Lot no. 3 (Casall x Candillo)

 

Hip no 3 is out of a state premium dam, Ruby I by Candillo-Loran who counts among the top ranking mares of her age group and has been awarded top grades for her impressive mare performance test: free jumping 9.0, walk 9.0, canter 10.0 and rideability 10.0. Two of her full siblings are successfully shown in competition at international level. The leggy colt foal stands out for his exceptional movement.

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No. 4 (Casall x Artani) No. 4 (Casall x Artani)

Lot no. 4 (Casall x Artani)

The breeding of hip no. 4 combines several international jumping stallions. In addition to Casall, she also carries Artani and Coriano, successful top level sport horses, both. Through Artani, the typey filly carries the blood of unforgotten Taggi who secured team gold and individual silver at the 1994 Den Haag World Equestrian Games under Sören von Rönne. The first shów jumping Artani offspring have been attracting attention at international level, like for example Aretino under Torben Köhlbrandt.

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No. 5 (Casall x Corrado I) No. 5 (Casall x Corrado I)

Lot No. 5 (Casall x Corrado I)

The typey chestnut colt with the hip no. 5 is not only impressive for his appearance and general air of confidence, but his 2nd dam, Ayla by Alexis Z, used to be a successful Nations Cup contender flying the Italian flag. One of the highlights of this selection also because of his maternal grandsire, Corrado I. The mare family, stem 173, has produced not only foundation stallion Capitol I, but also many successful show jumpers like for example Bella Baloubet under Amy Graham or Quibell with Henrik von Eckermann.

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No. 6 (Casall x Corrado I) No. 6 (Casall x Corrado I)

Lot no. 6 (Casall x Corrado I)

 

Hip no. 6 is quite a looker, and the spitting image of his sire Casall as a foal, according to the auction selection panel. Another colt with proven sport horse breeding, he carries Corrado I and Quantum on the dam’s side. Moreover, the direct dam line has produce several international sport horses, like for example Davinci by Diarado).

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No.7 (Casall x Canto) No.7 (Casall x Canto)

Lot no.7 (Casall x Canto)

Hip no 7 is a bright filly with a lot of pizzazz. A typey bay from a proven mare family known for their sport horse produce. Her dam, a daughter of Holsteiner champion stallion Canto, as well as her second dam (by Sir Shostakovich/TB) and third dam (by Cor de la Bryère) have been tested in jumping classes to 1.30m prior to being put to stud. Moreover, the 3rd dam is also dam to Queen Liesa, who has earned more than 180,000 euros for the Hassman brothers.

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No. 8 (Casall x Cassini I) No. 8 (Casall x Cassini I)

Lot no. 8 (Casall x Cassini I)

The last auction lot, hip no. 8, is an expressive colt foal. In the falling line, he carries not only Cassini I, another stallion internationally known for his ability to stamp his offspring, but also the necessary TB blood elements through the TB stallion Esteban. His full brother was purchased by an international jumping stable at the 2016 elite auction at a top price. The direct dam line, stem 18B1, has already produced top-selling auction horses, licensed stallions and international sport horses like Qrack BD, Serafina, and Cool Man, to name only a few.

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It is up to you now! The foals have been carefully and rigorously selected to a high standard. Each and every foal is a special one – not only for being by Casall Ask, but also for their elite mare families. Well, typical Holsteiner.

Have a look at the trailer for some highlights of Casall’s career and first impressions of the foals’ movement:



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