Come to Alice

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Come to Alice

German Sporthorse
16.2 ½ hands
Fresh Semen
Stud fee 700,- EUR

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Half brother of the international exceptional mare DSP Alice with her rider Simone Blum! Come to Alice is an eye-catching true to type jumping specialist with sporty look, gifted with all the scope from his ancestors. At the jump Come to Alice demonstrates a seldom seen quality: Ambition, heart, great ability, fast reflexes and a top bascule underline the breeding that is certainly unique in Germany. The breeding of the sire Cordess is characterized by the trademark sire Clinton, who is internationally successful in 1.60m classes and sire of Cornet Obolensky, the dam’s grandsire Heartbreaker and Burggraaf.

Cordess made his international debut with spectacular victories in youngster jumping classes already at the age of seven, then, Philipp Weishaupt took him under the saddle and collected ribbons with him in many grand prixs and competitions such as the 1.60m class at the Global Champions Tour in Shanghai/CHN. In 2017 he was victorious under Christian Kuckuck in the grand prix of Braunschweig, Berlin and also highly placed in Aachen (3rd).

The dam is no less than Landrebell-daughter Landblume, who gave birth to DSP Alice in 2007 when bred to Askari. Alice operates as THE exceptional jumper mare of the past season. Lightning fast with an absolute fighting spirit and gifted with a really huge heart – that’s how she reached the world’s elite of show jumping under Simone Blum in 2017. Just recently, they won the title German Master in Stuttgart and became the 2017’ German Champion in the group for men in Balve. Furthermore, they won the grand prix of the CSI***** in Lausanne as well as the grand prix of Gothenburg at the European championship. There were further countless victories and placings at five-star level, including the grand prix of the Global Champions Tour leg in Berlin as well as the one at the CHIO in Aachen. DSP Alice belongs to the greatest hopes for the Olympic Games among the Germans. But that’s not all: In total, the dam Landblume delivered four offspring, which compete successfully in advanced jumping-courses, including Levinia (by Levisto) who succeeds also in the international arena. This is certainly a special performance in breeding.

The dam’s sire Landrebell, a son of the significant Landadel, was internationally highly successful under Herbert Ulonska and can look back to a record full of placings in international advanced classes.

Further Information:

Approved after successful stallion test for Mecklenburg, Westphalia, Rhineland, German Sport Horse, OS-International, Zuchtverband für deutsche Pferde.

Breeder: Ralf Mewes, Klabe

Owner: Jörne Sprehe, Fürth; Jan Sprehe, Elbergen

Cordess Clinton Corrado I v. Cor de la Bryére
Urte v. Masetto
Usminka A Heartbreaker v. Nimmerdor
Paminka A v. Burggraf
Landblume Landrebell Landadel v. Landgraf I
Tettiera v. Bonjour
Kornblume Komet v. Koerling
Diskussion H v. Diskus