DSP Cashmoaker

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DSP Cashmoaker

16.2 hands
Frozen Semen
Stud fee 750,- EUR per insemination

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German Champion 2015 and Winner of the 70-day test  

The dream team DSP Cashmoaker and Denis Nielsen brought the championship title after an exciting finish from Balve into Gestüt Sprehe and they had a super run also at other venues in 2015: They placed second in the grand prix of Linz (AUT), there another third place in the Nations Cup, third again in the grand prix of Lanaken (BEL), second in the Riders Tour ranking in Hagen a.T.W. and second in the grand prix of Viegeln. These are only the most important successes of the last year and the foundation for the reader's choice of the magazine “Reiten und Zucht in Berlin und Brandenburg-Anhalt” that DSP Cashmoaker shall be “Stallion of the Year 2015” - he received the award formally at a ceremony on the occasion of the “Schaufenster der Besten” in his home region Neustadt (Dosse).

A brightly shining specialist for the course with a type and aura that set him apart with a body that is in perfect harmony. His talent for jumping is awesome and make jumper experts look twice. With such an outstanding technique and amazing bascule, this stallion doesn't seem to have any upward limits. Cashmoaker took his 30-day test in 2009 and, again in Prussendorf in 2011, he finished his 70-day test with top scores like in his 30-day test. Wins and high placings in elementary (L) and medium (M) level test for young show jumpers became the basis for the today's success in the jumping arena.

Several of the foals from his first crops received premiums in different breeding areas and were sold as price highlights at auctions (e.g the most expensive jumper-foal was sold to Peter Wendeln in Vechta in 2015). In the meantime, the eldest offspring made their successful debut in tests for young show jumpers, resulting into a very good score of 147 points for jumping in FN's predicted breeding value statistics. In 2013, the first son was licensed in Munich-Riem.

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His sire Calido I gave prove of his own sportive qualities as striking winner of the jumping index at his stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf in 1994 as well as with numerous wins in tests for young show jumpers and by participating successfully twice in the Bundeschampionat. Calido I is the most influential son of the famous Cantus from the breeding point of view. He produced top horses in series, over 70 licensed sons, countless state premium mares and more than 270 advanced (S) level show jumpers. All Cashmoaker's full siblings were championship foals. His full sister Cherry Pie is currently highly successful in advanced (S) level show jumping.

The full sister of the dam, State Premium mare Louisiana, placed several times with the best in advanced (S) level show jumping classes under the breeder's son Hauke Timmreck. The dam's sire Lafitte, bred in Bavaria, began his breeding career in Oldenburg but was later stationed for many years at the Brandenburg State Stud in Neustadt/Dosse where he also competed in show jumping, winning advanced (S) level tests. One of his licensed sons, Lalique, won the 2003 Brandenburg main licensing. The granddam Lagune produced quite a few jumpers, e.g. by Lafitte, Azarro and Continue, that won ribbons up to advanced (S) level. Lear, a chestnut stallion found in the third generation, sired mostly show jumpers, among which were also his two licensed sons, Leduc (private stallion Saxony-Anhalt) and his full brother Luchs (State Stud Redefin) who, just like Cashmoaker, can be assigned to the line of Teichrose (by Packeis) that is at home in Saxony-Anhalt. The great granddam Koralle is the dam of two internationally successful show jumpers, La Coquette/Lars Nieberg and Rulanda, with whom Imke Harms became the 2005 German Champion in the class for women. The significant gray stallion Kolibri, bred in Mecklenburg, who rounds the pedigree off, is sort of a symbol for horse breeding in Saxony-Anhalt. Kolibri earned a reputation as a first class jumper-maker.

Approved for Hanover, Westphalia and Rhineland, Mecklenburg, Oldenburg, OS-International as well as German Sport Horse, Breeding association for German Horses, Holstein applied for.

Breeder: Frank Timmreck, Schwarzholz

Owner: Paul Wendeln, Garrel/Gestüt Sprehe, Benstrup

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