Ogano - Contendro - Eiger I
|Ogano||Ogano Sitte||Darco||Lugano v.l. Roche|
|Jamaica van de Beemden||Diarado||Diamant de Semilly|
|Easy Girl||Eiger I||Eisenherz|
This filly comes from the damline of the Hanoverian stamp stallion Stakkato.
The dam has already produced numerous elite foals for auction. The mare line has produced licensed stallions Last Man by Last Man’s Hope, Quality Streep by Quality and Stan the Brandy-Man by Stakkato.
The mare line has also produced Soly Jeas by Stolzenberg (advanced show-jumping champion with Jacek Tarka), Rondo Wenetiano by Rosentau (class M dressage champion with Reinhardt Kaden), Conterno by Contendro I (intermediate show-jumping champion with Dennis Flacht), Stanley by Stakkato (intermediate show-jumping champion with Stefanie Bast), Wellinghof by Weltmeyer (elite auction, 2007), Denzel by Don Frederico (elite auction, 2007), Campo de Roi by Contendro I (elite foal auction, 2002), licensed stallion Messenger by Montender (international advanced show-jumping champion with Philip Rüping), licensed stallion Argelith Stakkato by Spartan (Hesse Championships[SA1] , 1995, gold in German women’s show-jumping championships 2010 and international advanced show-jumping champion with Eva Bitter), Highway by Hohenstein/T. (elite auction, 2000: €75,000, silver in European Young Riders’ Team Dressage Championships 2009 in Ermelo with Thea Felicitas Müller).
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 Contendro has headed the WBFSH ranking of eventing sires for the past four years. Over 90 of his sons have been licensed.
Eiger I’s son Espri became a stamp stallion for the Hanoverian breed. Espri and Eiger I himself were both named Hanoverian Stallion of the Year. One of Espri’s progeny is also the multiple award-winning E.T. (Hugo Simon).