Lovisa is a big spunky filly by our CWB approved stallion, Leeto Z.
Leeto Z is an exceptional young stallion in many ways. Beautiful, correct conformation, powerful and elegant movement, combined with incredible scope make him an all-around exceptional athlete. Although, perhaps his best feature, is his intelligent and engaging personality that not only makes him a brave and willing partner, but also a quick learner and simple straight forward ride. At his Canadian Warmblood Stallion Performance Test, he was the highest scoring stallion for temperament and rideablity. From what we can tell, his foals all seem to have his temperament as well. Leeto Z’s sire is Lucino, who is by Landlord Z who is by Landgraf I. By the end of the 1980's, Landgraf I was rated best amongst all sires that had stood at stud in West Germany, and his sons can be found in most breeding regions throughout the world. Landgraf I became the most important sire of show jumpers in the twentieth century having sired the most money winning show jumping offspring in the World. Leeto z’s mom is by Crack I who is by Corrado I. Through his dam's grandsire, Corrado I combines the blood of Cottage Son xx with that of Cor de la Bryere. Furthermore, he was unrelated to Ladykiller xx. All of these factors contributed to Corrado's own success, and his success as a match to the Holsteiner broodmare population. As a six-year-old, Corrado I was a finalist at the 1991 German Federal Championships, and he began his international career the following year under Franke Sloothaak. The qualities that made Corrado I a Nations Cup-caliber jumper - cleverness, quick reflexes, power, and speed - also made him a challenging partner. Sloothaak described the young stallion as distractible with a strong temperament, and quite difficult to ride. The pair competed on the international circuit to the World Cup level. As of 2006, Corrado I has produced 95 offspring for the international level show jumping arena. In 2008, Corrado I was ranked in 19th in the WBFSH list of top sires of FEI jumpers.
Lovisa's dam is our homebred Premium CWB mare Delight RPH. Delight is a big mare, and the splitting image of her sire. She has his big loft movement and his powerful jump. She also shares his contemplative manner and his intelligence. Delight was just awarded PREMIUM mare status by CWHBA.
Her sire is Dammar. Dammar is a big moving, elegant stallion, who showed up to 1.20m before a career ending injury he sustained while playing in his paddock. He is powerful and scopey over fences, with an aggressive and bold way of going over fences. On the flip side, he is uphill, light on his feet huge suspension and cadence. His foals have consistently shared his athletisism and eagerness to jump, his big fancy movement and his uphill conformation.
Dammar’s sire is Dublin. Dublin is often described as a stunning horse and brings with him through his outstanding Dutch heritage the qualities that today's breeders are seeking; temperament, ability, quality, conformation, athleticism, elegance, power and movement. Dublin not only has proven himself in the competition ring, but also as a top sire with many children and grand children competing successfully in Holland, and around the world. Dublin is very similar to his outstanding sire Ulft in appearance. Ulft's sons in Holland include Olympic Ferro, Dublin, Ducaat and Boston. Olympic Ferro was a silver medalist in dressage at the Sydney Olympics. For those whose passion lies in producing show jumpers it may be interesting to note that Jonathan Millar, Ian Millar's son, is currently riding an Ulft son, Fine Line. This young International Grand Prix jumper was an alternate on the Canadian Olympic team for the 2000 Sydney Olympics. It is also interesting to note that Ulft himself made his debut in showjumping. Ulft is a descendent of the versatile Furioso xx line. Ulft's famous Dutch sire, Le Mexico (by Mexico) was known for his ability to produce top jumping horses and very good movers. Mexico, of course, is a full brother to Furioso II. Dublin's sire line has produced many Olympic medalists in both jumping and dressage.
Dammars’s dam’s sire is Evergreen. Evergreen, passed his performance test in Adelheidsdorf in 1988, finishing 4th out of 38. Evergreen has exceptional jumping talent, which comes from his famous sire, Eiger I, producer of both top dressage and jumping horses. Eiger I is also the sire of the famous jumping stallion Espri, as well as Canada's Elute, successfully competed in international show jumping by Mac Cone
Delight's mom is Bravada RPH. Bezee is a beautiful broodmare that we produced. She is by Consul. Consul continues to be one of the leading sires at Iron Spring Farm and is known for producing remarkable athletes for every discipline. Among his international stars are the show jumper Judgement ISF and the four-star eventer Critical Decision. His daughter, the Keur mare Hivona, is a Produce of Dam winner at Dressage at Devon and continues to be one of the top producing broodmares in the KWPN-NA. Bezee's mom is Watch me Walk Away, who has blood back to Nasrullah and Hoist the silver. She was bred to race but never did, instead has produced a number of quality wb x tb performance Horses. Bezee herself is an incredible athlete, with an impressive jump and elegant suspended movement. Although she could have been a high level performance horse in any discipline, we instead used her as one of our foundation mares here at Rosenol, where she has produced 5 amazing babies for us.