The filly is a direct descendant of the Casino Berlin and Casirus damline.
Grand dam Samona produced state premium mare Cantara, herself an internationally successful show-jumper, and licensed stallion Cyber, along with the internationally successful My Boy (Niclas Aromaa).
Landora by Landor S was a multiple champion in show-jumping tests. In addition to Casino Berlin, she also produced the licensed stallion Casirus by Casiro and the youngsters My Ferrari (1.40 m) and London (1.35 m).
Carola is the full sister of the internationally successful advanced show-jumper Carlos (Evelyne Blaton/BEL and Guy Thomas/NZ) and a half-sister to Jackie Brown, who placed in the five-star advanced show-jumping category with Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum at the tender age of eight.
Casino Berlin's Blankenese damline has resulted in several highly successful show-jumpers, with Angelique by Zeus (Mario Stevens) crowned Vice European Young Riders Champion in 1999 and 2000, for example.
Some of the successful offspring of the family include Banda de Hus by Argentinus, internationally successful in advanced show-jumping (Kevin Staut/FR), Blueberry Hill by Barley Hill xx (1993 German Cross-Country Champion under Bettina Hoy and then a Prix St. Georg winner) and Rubinrot by Rubinstein (2002 bronze medallist at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses and 2003 Winner of the Swedish Championships before becoming successful in the advanced category).
Other successful advanced show-jumpers include Conners by Corlando and Bianco and Zarin, both by Zeus. Some of the advanced-level dressage champions in the family include Wellcome by Worldman and Indonese and Indra M, both by Inschallah AA.
The line also features plenty of licensed stallions, such as Welttraum by Weltmeister, Weltstern by Welt As, Insider by Inschallah AA, Freischütz by Furioso II, Rosenstar S by Rubinstein, Mortimer by More Magic xx, Carlo by Chronist and Quidam’s As by Quidam’s Rubin, Conners by Corlando, Confiance by Contendro I and Locadeur by Lordanos.
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.
Mr. Blue sired World Cup final winner Plot Blue/Marcus Ehning and the 1.60-metre German Championship horses Simon (Jeroen Dubbeldam), Zirocco Blue VDL (Jur Vrieling) and Saphire B (Maikel van der Vleuten).
Sandro Boy won numerous Nations Cup titles, as well as the World Cup final in Kuala Lumpur with Marcus Ehning. He has sired a great number of successful 1.60-metre show-jumpers.