Color: dark bay
Approved for: Holstein
LFG with contract
His pedigree reads like a compilation of top show jumping sires. With Landgraf on the top and the sires Capitol I, Lord, and Roman on the bottom of his pedigree, it has the most important jumper sires in the Holsteiner breeding programme closely knit together.
Seeing that Lasino not only boasts the Capitol I and Ramzes performance genes, but also two crosses to the TB sire Ladykilller, through Landgraf I and Lord, respectively, he is of great interest for the Holsteiner breeding programme, even more so seeing that he carries no Cor de la Bryère blood. His jumping index at the stallion performance test was 130 points. Then he was shown in competition, at first by Bo Kristoffersen, then by Jörg Kreutzmann, who successfully competed with him at international level in Dortmund, Neumünster and Aarhus.
Line 2543 is a small mare family in comparison, but a very successful one. The dam line bred by the Thiedemann family traces back to the mare Optik by Fanal and produced a great number of performance offspring, like the 1981 Holsteiner champion stallion, Lavallo by Lord out of Hedie by Marengo. Other licensed stallions produced by this mare family are Boritas, Lux Z and Coriando.
Lasino’s dam Arina by Capitol I produced the licensed sons Limoncello I and II by Lorentin. Another produce of the Thiedemann family’s line 2543 is Loreana. This mare was a successful international show jumper under Achaz von Buchwaldt and later with Lars Nieberg.
The Lasino offspring had their international break through in 2007, with Lord Luis a member of the nations cup winning German team in La Baule under Alois Pollmann-Schweckhorst. In 2008, they came 2nd in the German championships in Balve as well as in the fi rst leg of the Global Champions Tour in Doha/Katar which comes with a big price money. He continued his success under his next rider, Lars Nieberg, winning the Grand Prix in Braunschweig and placing in Abu Dhabi and Gothenburg. In 2011, Lord Luis went to the stable of Denis Lynch and has already achieved outstanding placings, for example at the international horse shows in Falsterbo, Aachen, Helsinki and Abu Dhabi. Le Beau is another successful Lasino offspring. At his first international championship, the Mannheim European championships, Le Beau took 13th place in the overall standings under his rider Stein Endresen. With two clear rounds in the nations cup he was instrumental in securing the Hong Kong qualifi cation for the Norwegian team. With Stein Endresen, he reached the individual top 25 fi nal at the Hong Kong Olympics, placing 16th in the overall standings. In 2009, the pair competed at the European championships in Windsor and placed in many shows with big prize money. Leconte was no less a success. Under Marcus Ehning, he achieved many prestigious placings and won among other achievements the Bordeaux world cup.
Of his younger offspring, Easy Going attracted particular attention in Schleswig-Holstein with Inga Czwalina. At 8 years old, she had achieved 45 wins and placings to S*** already. In 2012, Easy Going achieved international results under Ruben Romp.
Neumünster 2013 saw two Lasino sons, Lamaze and Larion, licensed for breeding.
Horse Performance Test, Medingen 1994, 16./53, Total 109,78 (Dressage. 91,65, Jumping. 129,43)
Breeding Value Index 2013: jump. 124 (94%); dressage 79 (94%)