Cador Bay | Oldenburger | *2005 | 175 cm / 17 hands 1
Gerd Sosath, 27809 Lemwerder


Catoki Cambridge Caletto I Cor de la Bryère
Hilgunde Marlon xx
Bilda Silvester Silbersee
Vordula Cor de la Bryère
St.Pr.M./EM Lady Heida II Landor S Landadel Landgraf I
EM Fureida 2 Godehard
EM Fureida
St.Pr.M./EM Formosa Contender Calypso II
EM Fureida Furioso II
Heida II



Cador is a modern show jumper; he is incredibly athletic, has a strong frame, a wonderful character, superb technique and plenty of scope.

Cador was successful in 1.55m classes and was awarded 'Oldenburg Stallion of the Year' in 2015.

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.


Cador’s sire Catoki was highly successful in international show jumping classes. He started his career with Gerd Sosath, before partnering up with Philipp Weishaupt to win World-Cup classes. Catoki has produced numerous successful offspring: licensed breeding stallions and competition horses such as Catch me if you can, who won the team bronze medal at the World Equestrian Games in Tyron 2018 with Laura Klaphake.

Cador’s dam, state premium and elite mare Lady Heida II by Landor S, received an incredible score of 10.0 for jumping in her mare performance test. She is the sister of the “National-Mare-Champion” Lady Heida I.

Cador's sister Cadora is very successfully competing in advanced jumping tests with Hendrik Sosath as well as with Janne Sosath-Hahn. Their younger sister Lady Cadora OLD was mare champion of Oldenburg-International in 2014 and has placed on S-level. Their halfbrother Diamant de Landor by Diamant de Semilly has been licensed for Oldenburg-International in 2015 and qualified as a five-year-old for the Bundeschampionat. His half brother Calandor by Casalido was licensed in 2019 for Oldenburg-International.

On the mother's side, the modern stallion goes back to the Furioso II-blood through Landor S and Contender. Out of this dam line, there are a lot of licensed stallions like Diamant de Landor, Diamant de Plaisir, Landor S, Lambrusco Ask, Lagoheidor G, Landwerder, Coulthard, Incello and Omnistar.

Licensed for

Oldenburg, Oldenburg-International, Hanover, Southern German Associations, Czech horse breeding association, almost all other breeding associations on demand

WFFS negative





Cador at the stallion show on 13/02/2021.


Cador at the stallion show on 08/02/2020.


Cador at the stallion show on 09/02/2019.


Cador at the stallion show on 11/02/2017.


Cador in Steinhagen 2015.


Cador at the Hamburg Derby 2015.


Cador at the stallion show on 07/02/2015.


Cador in Neu Benthen 2014.


Cador in Rastede 2014.


Cador in Worpswede 2014.



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 22 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), Campino (1.50m, Zascha N. Andreasen), IB Chica (1.50m, Tim Rieskamp-Goedeking), Cadoro (1.50m Maurice Tebbel), Cadeau Z (1.45m, Jens Thys/BEL), Champions League (1.45m Juan Carlos Arriaga Radilla/MEX), Candy Girl (1.45m, Oleksandr Proda /URK), Choccoloca (1.45m, Julie Mynou Diederichsmeier) as well as Chuck Chai (1.45, Eoin McMahon/ IRE). Several sons are licensed, among them the Bundeschampionat finalist and meanwhile internationally S**-successful Campitello.

Several offspring won youngster classes and were qualified for the Bundeschampionat and the World Championships for Young Jumping Horses. A filly by Cador - Limes became 3rd at the final in Lienen. Multiple foals became foal-champions, for example in Ganderkesee, Thuringia, Bassum and Dannenberg.

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". 

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 Grand 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.

Gerd Sosath: "Cador is very suitable for different types of mares, he passes on long legs, a correct exterieur, frame and an athletic type."

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