Charleen has the same damline as Blue Lloyd. Her grand dam Lola is the full sister of Blue Lloyd by Landor S, who won numerous Nations Cup titles and international Grand Prix competitions with the Irish rider Cian O’Connor. His career highlight was winning the bronze medal at the 2012 Olympics in London.
Other successful elite sport horses include Platino di Villagana (1.60 m), Nolis du Boulay (1.60 m) and Enfant du Sarthe (1.50 m), Abahadschi (1.40 m), Buggy des Brulins (1.40 m), Ghirindon (1.40 m) and Vertu Du Boulay (1.40 m).
Grand-grand dam Suzana du Boulay was also successful in show-jumping tests at the advanced level.
Licensed stallions in the Charleen line include Isocrate, Enfant du Sarthe (1.50 m), Ithaque du Boulay, Platino di Villagana (1.60 m) and Vainquer du Boulay.
Crusander was successful in young horse tests before being sold to the US. He brings the highly prized Contender blood to the line, which is a great fit for Landor S, as Lady Heida by Landor S x Contender has shown.
Casiro is an all-rounder. He is a champion in both puissance and six-bar. He is highly versatile as a sire, with his offspring not only making a name for themselves in the jumping arena but also in dressage and eventing.
This promising pedigree is rounded off with foundation stallion Landor S. He is probably the most successful of Landadel’s sons and is the sire to numerous German and international show-jumping champions, including Blue Loyd (Cian O’Connor, bronze medallist in London 2012), Leoville (Philipp Weishaupt, winner of the Global Champions Tour stage in Monte Carlo), Lobster (A. Al Sharbatly), Lacapo (A. Hufenstuhl), Larry (L. Hunkin) and Lord G (B. Madden).