|Caspar (Eurocommerce Berlin)||Cassini I||Capitol I||Capitano|
|St.Pr.M./EM Landora||Landor S||Landadel||Landgraf I|
|EM Fureida 2||Godehard|
Casino Berlin competes at 4*-level (1.55 m) and was awarded the prestigious name of 'Oldenburg Stallion of the Year ' (VTV-stallion) in 2017.
He has an elegant head and neck, connected to a strong body with long legs and a solid frame. His wonderful temperament and willingness to work complete this total package. Casino Berlin has an impressive canter and wonderful jumping ability that leaves nothing to be desired in technique and scope.
His career is commendable:
He was awarded 1e premium stallion at the Oldenburger licensing in 2010 and completed the 70-days-test successfully in 2011. He was marked with 9.0 for his free jumping and was given a breeding value of 129 points.
Two years later, he received the 1c Main Premium for his great first crop and his very good performance in the course.
In his first year of showing, Casino Berlin completed classes with scores up to 9.0 and qualified for the "Bundeschampionat" in 2013. In the next year, he was placed in 1.35 m classes and became Vice-Champion of Oldenburg in Rastede. First placements in big classes up to 1.40 m followed in 2015. For example, he was placed in the German Youngster Championships in Warendorf.
As an eight-year-old, Casino Berlin was successful in international jumping classes and was runner-up at the Grand Prix of CSI Steinhagen (1.45 m).
His sire Caspar (Eurocommerce Berlin) is among the most successful jumping horses in recent years. Ridden by Gerco Schröder, this top sire was part of the winning team of the European and World Championships from Mannheim (2007) and Aachen (2008).
Out of Casino Berlin's dam line, Blankenese, there are several highly successful show jumpers. Before becoming a broodmare, his dam Landora by Landor S won multiple show jumping competitions herself. The granddam, Carola by Carolus, is the full sister of the internationally successful horse Carlos (Evelyne Blaton/BEL and Guy Thomas/NZ) who competed at top levels and their half-sister Jackie Brown is placed in 1.60 m classes with Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum as just 8-year-old. Also from this line is the 1999 and 2000 European Vice Champion of the Young Rider, Angelique (by Zeus), ridden by Mario Stevens.
Other successful ancestors of the family are Banda de Hus by Argentinus who was successful in international show jumping (Kevin Staut), Blueberry Hill by Barley Hill xx (1993 with Bettina Overesch, today Hoy, national champion of the eventing horses and then triumphant in classes up to Prix St. Georg), Rubinrot by Rubinstein (2002 bronze medalist at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses and 2003 winner of the Swedish Championships, then successfully competing up to the advanced test).
More S-successful jumping horses from this line are Conners by Corlando as well as Bianco and Zarin, both by Zeus. Among the jumping sensations of this line are a number of successful dressage horses, including Wellcome by Worldman, Indonese and Indra M, both by Inshallah AA.
Furthermore, there are numerous licensed stallions from this line, including Welttraum by Weltmeister, Welt Stern by Welt As, Insider by Inschallah AA, Freischütz by Furioso II, Rosenstar S by Rubinstein, Mortimer by More Magic xx, Carlo by Chronist, Quidam's As by Quidam's Rubin and Conners by Corlando.
Oldenburg, Oldenburg-International, Hanover, southern German associations, almost all other breeding associations on demand
Casino Berlin's offspring out of different mares are very sportive and beautiful, with long legs, great frames and uphill-movements.
In 2014, his first son, Casino Grande, was licensed for Oldenburg-International and awarded as "1c Premium Stallion". In 2016, Casino Grande got the 1b Main Premium Award of the Oldenburg Verband for his outstanding first age group and his great show performance.