|Nabab de Rêve||Quidam de Revel||Jalisco B||Alme|
|Ondine de Baugy|
|Melodie en Fa||Artichaut||Rierreville Norm|
|Larisa||Voltaire||Furioso II||Furioso xx|
|Dame de Ranville|
|Upperten||Duc de Normandie|
In 2014, he passed his 30-days-test successfully. On his first show in May 2015, he became runner-up in a youngster class (1.20 m) - just behind Campitello. He won a class with a score of 9.0 at the next show.
The most important bloodlines from the Netherlands, France, Hanover and Holstein are combined in Naldo's pedigree to form the proverbial "Eurofighter" for the big jumping classes. Every generation brings an internationally successful jumping stallion:
The influential sire Nabab de Rêve, who was internationally successful with the Belgian Philippe Le Jeune (2001 winner of the CHIO National prize in Aachen), comes from the Benelux countries. In Germany, the descendent Nabab Son was known from his partnerships with Ludger Beerbaum and Denis Lynch. The licensed French son Vigo d’Arsouilles was runner-up at the World Championships 2010 in Kentucky with Philippe Lejeune and the also licensed stallion London, who was the silver medal winner at the 2012 London Olympics with Gerco Schröder.
The dam Larisa (see photo) was successful herself in 1.60 m jumping classes before becoming a broodmare. She comes from the Hanoverian Voltaire, who was successful for many years with Jos Lansink for the Netherlands. Although Voltaire was not stationed in Germany, he had a strong impact on the breeding history of the country and is highly regarded in the eyes of many breeders and horse people.
Naldo's half sister by Fedor produced the international jumping horse Uniek by Concorde, who was successful with John Withaker.
In the third generation of Naldo's pedigree is the "Euro-Stallion", Ramiro, who won international Grand Prix with Fritz Ligges and who was also substantially influential in the world of breeding. He has produced more than 70 licensed sons, as well as many internationally known sport horses. With Duc of Normandie and Enfant of Normandie, there are two Anglo-Normans influencing the pedigree in the fourth and fifth generation, both significant and influential producers of jumping horses. The original Dutch damline produces superior horses for demanding jumping competitions.
Oldenburg, Oldenburg-International, southern German associations, other breeding associations on demand
Naldo's first foals convinced with beautiful, modern types and elastic movements.
A colt by him became runner up at the German foal championships at Lienen.
His foals achieved the ranks 2 and 3 at the foal championship in Lemwerder 2015.
In occasion of the foal show 2015, the breeding director Dr. Wolfgang Schulze-Schleppinghoff said that he had seen very appealing foals, with pretty faces and good necks. Furthermore was the international pedigree of Naldo very promising for the course.