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Color: bay

Born: 2012

Height: 167cm

Approved for: Holstein, Oldenburg





Cazaan presents himself as a very modern athlete with almost endless scope at the jump, a lot of courage and an excellent bascule.

In 2015, he made an outstanding stallion performance test and received a mark of 9 for character, willingness to perform, temperament and jumping ability. He finished the test with an overall mark of 8,23 with emphasis on show jumping and an excellent estimated breeding value index of 130 points.

In 2016, as a 4-year old he won and was highly placed in novice (A), and elementary (L) level tests for young show jumpers and successfully competed at the KWPN stallion competition.Furthermore Cazaan produced a great first crop of foals.

Cazaan’s sire is none other than the exceptional Holstein stallion Casall. Ridden by Rolf-Göran Bengtsson he is very successful internationally and won, among other competitions, the finals of the Global ChampionsTour in Doha in 2016. The dam Zamira M III is a daughter of Clarimo, who is also successful at Grand Prix 5 * level with Rolf-Göran Bengtsson.





The Grand dam, Rien Ne Va Plus by Cassini I, received a mark of 9,0 for free jumping at her mare performance test. Her first foal, the mare Quintara (breeding name: Venedig M) sired by Quinar is winning S** jumping competitions.

Another daughter, a full sister to Zamira M III is successful in India.
Rien Ne Va Plus ́ full sister Cassina is internationally successful at 1,60 m level.
Cassina is also dam to the licensed stallion Pontecini (by Pontifex), which is successful at 1,50m level.From the direct mare line, Holstein lineage 3317 originates for example the mare Annaconda, internationally successful with Willi Mellinger, the licensed stallion Lord Liberty, as well as the stallion Dominator Z, who is successful with Christian Ahlmann.


Cazaan -> Casall Ask / Clarimo Ask / Cassisni I


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