- 175 cm
Cador - the Oldenburg stallion of the year 2015 was himself successful up to 1.55m jumping. Now his jumping, large-framed, long-legged offspring with the best attitude impress on national and international show grounds all over the world.
His enormous jumping ability and power are not least due to his impressive dam line. The successful Heida line produced Cador's highly successful sibling Cadora (1.50m), the OS winning mare and internationally successful Lady Cadora OLD as well as the licensed stallions Comanchero, Diamant de Landor and Calandor.
In 2010 and 2011, Cador won youngster classes with marks up to 9.0 and also qualified for the "Bundeschampionat". In 2012, he was placed in various 1.35m classes. Placements at high international competitions followed in 2013 and 2014. In 2015, he was placed in Grands Prix up to 1.55m.
He passed his 30-days-test in Neustadt (Dosse) with a total score of 8.43. For his jumping ability he received the highest mark of 9.06 (scope: 9.25, technique: 8.50).
As a youngster, Cador was leased to “De Ijzereman” in the Netherlands for two years. After returning home to Hof Sosath, he competed at the national championships in Rastede and ranked 3rd of the ”Oldenburger Landeschampionat”. Only two weeks later, he was declared champion of the 4-year-old horses in the “Deister-Cup” with a score of 8.9.
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Gerd Sosath: "Cador is very suitable for different types of mares, he passes on long legs, a correct exterieur, frame and an athletic type."
Cador's foals are modern, sportive and long-legged types with outstanding basic gaits. Cador produced licensed sons, among them also Campitello who is succsessful up to 1,45m. In Germany alone, more than 30 offspring are successful in the advanced classes. Also internationally, many of his offspring are convincing in difficult courses.
Internationally successful are for example Cadour (1,55m, Frederike Staack), Chuck Chai (victory 1,50m, Michael Jung), Cycera (1,50m, Adam Nicpon/PL), Campino (1,50m, Zascha N. Andreasen), IB Chica (1.55m Tim Rieskamp-Goedeking), Calox (1.50m, Kevin Jochems/NED), Cadoro (1.50m Maurice Tebbel), Clif (1.50m, Cormac Handly/ IRE), Cadeau Z (1.45m, Jens Thys/BEL), Chelsea (1.45m, Chloe Reid/USA), Champions League (1.45m Juan Carlos Arriaga Radilla/MEX), Candy Girl (1.45m, Oleksandr Proda /URK) and Choccoloca (1.45m, Julie Mynou Diederichsmeier). Several sons have been licensed, including the Bundeschampionat finalist and now international S**-successful Campitello. The Cador son Eqador has been victorious in dressage up to Grand Prix under Remy Bastings.
Several offspring won youngster classes and were qualified for the Bundeschampionat and the World Championships for Young Jumping Horses.
In 2018, the four-year-old Bajrang by Cador x Silvio I x Calypso II won the Belgian championships for young horses and was awarded with the title "Elite Horse". Bajrang is now internationally S-successful.
In 2019 his son Cartwright out of a Quaid I dam and bred by Jost Alexander Schäfer became Hanoverian Champion of the 6-year old jumpers. Cartwright also convinced at the Bundeschampionat by winning both qualification for the 6-year-olds.
IB Chica by Cador x Escudo qualified for the Big Final of the World Championships for 6-year-old show jumpers in 2019. In the "Small Final" a Cador daughter also attracted attention. Citty Cat PJ by Cador out of Cat Canadia PJ by Clinton I x Acorado I and Marc Bettinger were the best German pair. Both mares are now successful in 1.40m and 1.45 classes.
Catch Me M by Cador became Hanoverian Champion in the class for four-year-old jumping horses in 2021 in Verden.