|Vigo d'Arsouilles||Nabab de Rêve||Quidam de Revel||Jaliso B|
|Melodie En Fa||Artichaut|
|Illico d'Arsouilles||Fleuri du Manoir||Ibrahim|
|Carabelle||Contendro I||Contender||Calypso II|
|Verb. Pr.St. La Belle||Landadel||Landgraf I|
|St. Pr. St. Grittisa|
Vigotendro was licensed at the Oldenburg Stallion Days in 2018. His pedigree combines high performance international blood. This son of Vigo d'Arsouilles is hard to beat in modernity.
Strikingly beautiful and long-legged, Vigo presents himself like a future stallion in every situation. Vigotendro is equipped with all the attributes of a future top athlete and radiates a special energy and serenity,. Elastic movements with a very big canter, excellent technique over the jump and lots of scope. You cannot wish for more from this great prospect for the big sport.
Vigotendro has successfully completed his stallion performance test in 2019 and is thus registered in the "stallion book I" and approved for breeding without restrictions.
In 2020, he started his show career successfully by winning a class on "A level" (1.10m). Further placements followed 2021 in youngster jumping classes on A-and L-level.
Sire, Vigo d’Arsouilles won the gold medal at the World Equestrian Games in Kentucky under Philippe Lejeune and made a significant contribution to the bronze medal of the Belgian team. The pair was placed in several Grand Prixs all over the world. During the last years, Vigo d’Arsouilles has become one of the new rising stars of German jumping horse breeding. A lot of 1.60m successful horse are by Vigo d’Arsouilles for example Vagabond de la Pomme, Go Easy de Muze, Dixson and Figo de Muze.
Dam sire Contendro I is considered as one of the best Contender sons ever. He won his stallion performance test. In addition to his victory in the jumping section, he also received very high marks in dressage. Numerous Contendro children are internationally successful on S-level. The offspring of the all-rounder can also be found in the highest dressage classes and in international eventing courses. The most successful Contendro I offspring are Codex One (Christian Ahlmann), Holiday by Solitour (Carsten-Otto Nagel), Constantin B (Hans-Dieter Dreher), Hello Annie (Scott Brash) and Callahan (Gerco Schröder). In eventing, Mark Todd won Team Bronze at the 2012 Olympic Games with Campino. Andrew Hoy is internationally successful with Cheecky Calimbo.
Contendro I is one of the few sires in the world who ranks among the top 20 in the WBFSH for jumping and eventing. He is ranked on the 17th position the jumping rankings and number 1 of the eventing horses.
Granddam La Belle produced the 1.60m successful jumper Casanova Junior by Carnando (James Paterson-Robinson).
The dam line of Vigotendro has produced numerous internationally successful show jumpers like the S-successful Baltimore, Quanta Costa, Albano Z, Aventina and Cornetto as well as the licensed stallions Frühling, Avelynnus and Aventynos.
Oldenburg-International, Hanover, southern German associations, almost all other breeding associations on demand
Second place for Vigotendro in the youngster class on L-level in Klein Roscharden with a score of 8,7.
His first foals are leggy, athletic and modern.