Valentia is directly descended from the Oldenburger 107 “Heida” line.
Dam Lady Casira won the main prize and was nominated for the elite mare show in Rastede. She is the half-sister of Lady Lordana, who recently found great success with Hendrik Sosath at the Hamburg Derby, the German Championships and CHIO Aachen.
Grand dam Lady Heida I has produced international show-jumpers. In addition to Lady Lordana, full sisters Lady Gaga I and Lady Gaga II, as well as Cantone, have all been successful.
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.
The dam’s full sister is Lady Heida II, Who produced the licensed stallion Cador, successful to 1.55 metres, the licensed Diamant de Landor as well as multiple advanced champion Cadora, OS winning mare Lady Cadora OLD and the youngster My Maserati.
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 Regional Championships Heide Queen OLD) and sport horses successful up to Grand Prix level.
The young Vagabond is currently being trained carefully for the sport and has already made the podium in show-jumping tests. He also turns heads with his fantastic, shiny black coat.
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).