Prague Playoffs: 1.60m debut for Lady Corlina by Casiro
In October, Andreas Schou won the Grand Prix in Herning with Lady Corlina. Immediately afterwards, the enthusiastic Danish rider said:
"Lady Corlina is a very ambitious mare who, despite being only nine years old, has already had great successes, most recently with her 2* Grand Prix win in Herning. She is a super mare who jumps the big classes with ease. There is no doubt that she has potential for the future. We hope that we can raise her to 5* level in the course of next year."
The increase to 5* level went faster than expected. Last weekend, Andreas Schou competed the Casiro mare at the Global Champions Tour Final in Prague and showed impressive rounds over 1.60m.
The 9-year-old Lady Corlina is a successful product of our many years of horse breeding. She descends from our sire Casiro. Her dam is the internationally successful Corlensky mare Corlina out of Lady Heida II. This super mare produced, among others, Cador, Cadora and Diamant de Landor.
She grew up in our pastures, was broken in here and first went into breeding. Afterwards, our partners Mathis Schwentker and Thomas Heineking presented the talented mare in tests for young show jumpers. Through the connection with Bo Kristoffersen the change to Denmark followed.
Lady Corlina produced a foal before she entered sport. The meanwhile 5-year-old Upper Class by Untouchable is successful in tests for young show jumpers.
This picture gallery shows the special ancestors of the Grand Prix winner Lady Corlina:
Lady Corlina in Prague (LGCT) and as a foal
by Casiro (Hahn)
out of Corlina (reitbild.de)
by Corlensky (Sportfot)
out of Lady Heida II (Kiki Beelitz)
by Landor S (Werner Ernst)
Upper Class, Lady Corlina's son by Untouchable as foal
Upper Class, Lady Corlina's son by Untouchable, 5 years old in show jumping competition
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