Calouba comes from the Oldenburger 107 “Heida” line.
Her dam, Heideglück, is the full sister of Landor S. The two other full brothers, Landwerder and Lagoheidor, are also licensed and Lagoheidor has found success in Grand Prix dressage.
He is the sire to the exceptional broodmares Lady Heida I and II.
Lady Heida II produced the stallion Cador, successful in the 1.55-metre show-jumping category, and licensed stallion Diamant de Landor. She is also the dam of multiple advanced-level champion Cadora, OS winning mare Lady Cadora OLD and the successful youngster My Maserati.
Her full sister Lady Heida I was also succesfull as a broodmare. Probably her best-known daughter is Lady Lordana, who recently found great success with Hendrik Sosath at the Hamburg Derby, the German Championships and CHIO Aachen. Her full sisters Lady Gaga I and Lady Gaga II, as well as Cantone, are also successful in the sport.
Lady Heida’s daughter Lady Pleasure produced the licensed stallion Diamant de Plaisir, who placed in the grand final of the German Championships and placed in the International Youngster Tour with Holger Wulschner at the 1.45-metre level.
This highly successful and valuable damline has produced numerous licensed stallions, including Landor S, Lagoheidor G, Cador, Lambrusco Ask, Landwerder, Incello, Kumano, Cesaro, Cordanos, Livestream, Omnistar, Coulthard, Sampras, Degas, Aqua Marin, Diamant de Plaisir, Campitello, Goden Grannus, Cyper Boy and Celantus, as well as state premium mares (such as OS winning mare Lady Cadora, Brillantringstute Heiderose, diamond-class mare and runner-up in the OL National Championships Heide Queen OLD) and sport horses successful up to Grand Prix level.
Sire Catoki himself won Grand Prix titles and sired over 50 licensed stallions. He is also the father to numerous five-star horses, such as the former German Champion horse ridden by Laura Klaphake, Catch Me If You Can, with which she won team bronze at the 2018 World Equestrian Games in Tryon[SA1] .
Landadel is still a stamp stallion to this day. He has over 70 licensed stallions and numerous sport horses to his name, both in show-jumping and in the dressage.
The third sire Godehard was of particular value to the Hanoverian breeding programme, primarily as a damsire.