The foal’s dam is the half-sister of 1.60-metre champion and licensed stallion Quel Chanel by Quality x Landor S (Hendrik Sosath). Foundation mare Chanel was successful internationally to the 1.50-metre level with Jörg Münzer (Austria).
Grand dam Chandra produced Celana by Celano (Max Fritz), Quantum Chanel by Quality (Matthias Janßen), Charlen Gold by Quality (Jens Pargmann) and Charlotta Gold by Corlensky G (Frederik Geue), all successful to the intermediate or advanced level. Grand-grand dam and advanced-level champion Chanel produced the advanced-level champion Le Chanel (Wulf-Hinrich Hamann) and Chantal by Landadel (Marc Ostendorf), who was internationally successful in the three-star advanced show-jumping category.
Licensed stallions from this Holsteiner 5382 line include Quel Chanel by Quality, Leon Cavallo by Landfriese, Le Vainqueur by Landgraf, Ladas by Limbus, Caballero by Caletto II, Casco by Cascavelle, Bogegardens Chicago by Colman and Corsario by Colman.
Particularly successful sport horses include Chanel by Cor de la Bryère (1.50 m, grand-grand dam), Calatus by Caletto I (1.60 m, brother of the grand dam), Quel Chanel by Quality (1.60 m, brother of the dam), Charlotta Gold by Corlensky G (1.40 m, sister of the dam) and Chamonix by Carnute (1.60 m), Bonzai H by Baloubet du Rouet (1.60 m) and numerous other horses placing in the 1.50-metre show-jumping category.
Ogano, the next great hope in show-jumping. At the tender age of seven, he was already placing at international competitions. He was crowned grand champion by the Oldenburger Verband as a result of his exceptional breeding performance and own achievements.
Damsire Lordanos is a name that speaks for itself. As a family horse that succeeded with all of the riding Sosaths, he was already a stamp stallion during his day. He has sired over 60 licensed stallions and his progeny have won total prize money of over €2 million in Germany alone.
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).