Centadel - Argentinas -Salut - Hill Hawk xx - Gazal VIII
Date of birth: 14.01.2013
Verband: Oldenburg International
Dam line: Kingfrieda, Hanoverian line 1190712 (149 Schridde)
Scarlett is a top horse for upscale show jumping. This modern young mare moves with ease and elasticity. She is successful up to 1,20m show jumping. Her mother was successful in jumping and dressage up to class M before she was used in breeding.
Cento - Argentinus – Salut – Hill Hawk xx – Gazal VII – Lavendel - Agram
You will find Scarlett's complete pedigree here: http://www.horsetelex.de//horses/pedigree/1800427
Dam line „Kingfrieda“, Hanovarian mare family 1190712
Scarlett descends from the Hanovarian mare family 1190712, Kingfrieda.
Her grand dam Savernote produced the stallion Action Pur by Argentinus (Spr. M** erf.) ridden by Guido Sperveslage and sold at the ESI Auction to America, full brother to dam Lola and Gunda 39 v. Gletscher (Spr. M-placed) ridden by Ronny Voigt as well as her progeny Corvanna v. Corrado jr (Spr. M** erf.).
Futhermore descends Joellenbeck v. Joachim (Spr. bis Kl. S erf.), Jonas v. Joachim (LB Celle), Wonderman v. Wendig (Spr. bis Kl. S erf.), Daydream v. Don Carlos Spr. (bis Preis der Nationen erf.), Campino v. Cashman (Spr. bis int.S* erf.), Santana v. San Fernando (Spr. bis Kl. S erf.), Gonzo v. Gepard (Spr. bis Kl. S erf.), Rossmann-Santa Fee v. San Fernando (Spr. bis Kl. S erf.) and Day Dream v. Don Carlos (Spr. bis Nationenpreis erf.) out of this mare family.
Successful sport horses show jumping:
Polyfax v. Polydor (SPR: Int. S****-erfolgr.)
Day Dream v. Don Carlos (SPR: Preis der Nationen erfolgreich, S****-siegr.)
Adelasia v. Baedeker (SPR: S***-erfolgr.)
C’Mon Girl 2 v. Cornet Obolensky (SPR: S***)
Ciquest S v. Contendro I (SPR: S**)
Campino v. Cashman (SPR: int. S* platziert)
Santa Fee v. San Fernando (SPR: S-platziert)
Joellenbeck v. Joachim (SPR: S-erfolgreich)
Wonderman v. Wendig (SPR: S-erfolgreich)
Santana v. San Fernando (SPR: S erfolgreich)
Gonzo v. Gepard (SPR: S platziert)
Lollipop v. Laptop (NoA’03: 25.000 Euro, SPR: S-platziert)
Rossman-Santa v. San Fernando (SPR: S-platziert)
Akyla CH v. Argentinus (SPR: S-platziert mit Sascha Stauffer)
Ginger B v. Großadmiral (SPR: S)
Consuela van Verst v. Coronas 2 (SPR: S*)
Gin Fizz v. Graf Top I (SPR: M**)
Pinot Blanc M v. Popcorn (SPR: M**)
Goldlaune v. Geronimo (SPR: M**)
Akyla CH v. Argentinus (SPR: M**-erfolgreich)
Corvanna v. Corrado jr (SPR: M** erf.)
Eiswette v. Ecuador xx (SPR: M, DRE: A)
Lola v. Argentinus (SPR: M-platziert, DRE: M-platziert)
Amonique c. Argent (SPR: M)
Amalia v. Carry (SPR: M)
Canta Apollonia v. Cantanis (SPR: M)
Eminem v. Escudo II (SPR: M)
Chacco v. Chacco-Blue (SPR: M*-erfolgr. mit Katja Žiberna (SLO))
Rick v. Raphael (SPR: M-erfolgr.)
Gunda 39 v. Gletscher (Spr. M-placed)
Successful sport horses dressage:
Dycos d’Or v. Don Marcello (DRE: S-erfolgr. mit Kathleen Keller (GER))
White Star v. Weltmeyer (DRE: M)
Sally Brown v. Sir Donnerhall (DRE: M*)
Whitney 248 v. Weltmeyer (DRE: L*)
Lennox v. Lacantus (WiA’05: 13.800, FAP: S-siegreich, WAP: S-platziert)
Polyfax v. Polydor (gek. Hengst, CWHBA, SPR: S****-erfolgr.)
Ginger B v. Grossadmiral (gek. Hengst, SPR: S**-erfolgreich)
Aurelius v. Atlas (gek. Hengst, SAWHS, SPR: M**-erfolgr., DRE: L-erfolgr.)
Feingold v. Feiner Kerl (gek. Hengst, WESTF)
Feinkerl v. Feinkorn (gek. Hengst, WESTF)
Feinkern v. Feinkorn (gek. Hengst, HAN, Ldb. Warendorf)
Jonas v. Joachim (gek. Hengst, HAN, LB Celle)
Marani v. Metternich (gek. Hengst, HAN)
Umberto v. Alderman I (gek. Hengst, SWB)
Sportsmann v. Sportanzeiger (gek. Hengst, HAN)
- A modern Cento son with a great future
Already competing on the international circuit, Centadel’s millionaire bloodline impressively combines Olympic gold medal winner Cento’s genes with those of Landadel, a horse whose competition winnings run into seven digits.
- In 2009, he qualified for the World Championship of Young Show Jumping Horses in Lanaken and he was one of the prize winners at the German Young Riders Championship in Aachen with Andreas Kreuzer. In 2010, he continued to add to his list of achievements with Alois Pollmann-Schweckhorst.
- Centadel’s sire, Cento, is the best Holstein show jumping horse of all time. His impressive track record includes unique sporting achievements such as an Olympic team gold, Aachen and Calgary Grand Prix wins and competition earnings of more than EUR 1 million. Cento is also one of the best breeding stallions of all time. His offspring, 126 of which are 1.50 m level show jumpers, have collectively won over EUR 1.17 million.
- Landadel’s offspring have won over EUR 4.7 million and include 72 approved stallions, top horses such as European Champion Lady Weingard, Fein Cera – the best horse at the 2002 World Championship in Jerez – and Landdame, winner of the Hamburg Derby.
- Centadel’s performance lineage goes back to top international show jumping stallion Governor and combines the thoroughbred blood of Black Sky xx with the iron-hard genes of Gotthard.
Great hopes are pinned on his first offspring based on their jumping performance. Centadel is in the competition and breeding fast lane.
His sire Argentan I was stationed at the Bargstedt studfarm all his life. He presented not only top international competition horses like Itschutschuna and Aramis e.t.c., but also mares of the very highest quality. Argentan I had the image of being a producer of true to type mares, yet without neglecting the competition sport component. In 1994 Argentan I was voted as the stallion of the year on the basis of his surprising prepotency. The damsire, the stylish chestnut Duden II, who attained the ripe old age of 30, also enjoyed the very highest esteem as a producer of top quality performance horses and qualitative broodmares. The maternal line is based on the mare Adafella (by Allerhof III-Denhof). It produced inter alia the approved riding stallion Amareno, the approvals and stallion performance test winner Gachino, who also became the South German riding horse champion and is meanwhile being trained by Ulla Salzgeber in advanced dressage, as well as the Hessian private stallion Luchino.
Argentinus performed well as a showjumper up to Grand Prix level following his successful stallion performance test.The list of Argentinus' achievements during the course of his long career is long – Champion Stallion in Oldenburg, Stallion of the Year in Hanover
Argentinus who has uninterruptedly performed covering duty at Klein Roscharden since his early youth, quickly advanced to become a sire of world format. In 1984 he was awarded the Top premium for his excellent offspring. In 1996 he was the youngest millionaire among Germany's top class stallions and is meanwhile the most successful living stallion nationwide. Argentinus is omnipresent wherever one looks, whether it is breeding or sport, mare shows or approvals, dressage or on the showjumping course, Argentinus' s presence can be seen and felt nigh to everywhere.
This performance class I tested, main premium champion stallion dominates the breeding and competition sports stage effectively and with a for all intents and purposes uniqueness in his diversity. Numerous Argentinus progeny have been at the forefront of the international showjumping and dressage sport for years now. In excess of 20 approved sons (including the stallion performance test winner and top lot of the Vechta auction August der Starke) and a great number of state premium mares, of which many have made a name for themselves supra-regionally (i.a. federal mare shows, FN performance stud book), are living proof of the breeding successes of this exceptional stallion. The most famous Argentinus offspring currently are Arko with Nick Skelton, Anka 61 with Marcus Ehning, Aleppo S-OLD with Isabell Werth and Albano 7, who was a reserve in the German Olympic team 2000 with Heike Kemmer.
His son, Arko ESI, sold for 130,000 Euro, making him the most expensive warmblood foal ever sold at an auction in Germany. A full brother of this price record breaker, Arko III, was the most successful show jumper in the world twice under Nick Skelton. But Argentinus' many other internationally successful off-spring document why he remains such a popular sire: Anka, under Marcus Ehning, won the competition in Spangenberg and took home a ribbon from Geneva the end of this year. Nations Cup winner Asti Spumanti under Thomal Mühlbauer had another great season. As the sire, so the off-spring: honest, willing to perform and born with a genius talent for jumping. The statistics on his internationally successful off-spring show the true dimensions of his greatness. Special Ed, for example, participated in the World Equestrian Games in Aachen under Jill Henslewood.
- A modern Cento son with a great future
SJ: L-successful (1,15m - 1,20m)