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Catrina (Cardino x Fier de Lui Z)
Catrina and foal
Catrina by Cardino
Catrina: by Cardino
Catrina and foal by Dick Z
Catrina and Coravale foal
Catrina and Corravale foal
Catrina May 2010
Catrina and 2010 Foal
Catrina July 2018
Catrina July 2018

CATRINA 1999 (AES & Breeders Elite) Holsteiner

2018: FOR SALE: No foal due , can be put in foal to stallion of your choice. Contact Marnie 07890 307302 (open to offers to a good home only)


15:2hh branded Holsteiner mare, by CARDINO, overstamped and pink papers with Anglo European Studbook Ltd. An easy breeder and easy to do in every way. Has bred some superb foals, Possesses an outstanding pedigree, will breed Event or Showjumping foals. Catrina has the most fantastic temperament which is passed onto all her foals. Many of her progeny have gone to Event homes due to their versatility, striking looks and willing attitude. She suits all of our stallions and is dearly loved by us all.

Progeny to date

GREENVALE DIXIE – 2005 bay filly by DICK Z
GREENVALE DYNAMITE – 2006 bay filly by DICK Z
GREENVALE CARDINAL – 2008 chestnut gelding by CORRAVALE (successful Eventer)
GREENVALE COROMAX – 2009 chestnut gelding by CORRAVALE (successful Show Horse)
GREENVALE CORDINO – 2010 chestnut gelding by CORRAVALE (Being produced for Dressage)
GREENVALE ALDEBARAN – 2011 chestnut gelding by ALDERFARN VII (very promising Eventer)
GREENVALE DON PREMIER – 2012 chestnut gelding by DON PERRY (Being produced for Showjumping)
GREENVALE DIEGO – 2014 bay gelding by DICK Z


GREENVALE DANTE – 2018 bay colt by DICK Z

Greenvale Cardinal Showing as a yearling
Greenvale Cardinal
Greenvale Cardinal By Corravale ex Catrina
Greenvale Cardinal at the Futurity
Greenvale Don Premier by Don Perry out of Catrina

About her Breeding

  • Cardino
  • Carthago z
  • Alaska II
  • Capitol I
  • Perra
  • Landgraf I
  • Ibiza
  • Alice I
  • Fier de Lui Z
  • Paroschka
  • Rantzau xx
  • Violette
  • Marlon xx
  • Abeta

    Cardino is a very popular horse in Germany (2005) he absolved his stallion performance test in Medingen in 1997, where he received the score of 9.0 for his jumping ability. Fifty percent of the foals from his first few batches of foals have been awarded premiums.


    His special ability was already obvious at the stallion performance test. He scored 9.5 or loose jumping and 10.0 for jumping ability in training – results that are not often achieved. Thanks to his remarkable jumping ability he entered the finals of the 1992 Federal Championships in Verden (ridden by B. Kristofferson).

    He began his career at the Holstein Association before becoming a successful member of the Dutch Nation’s Cup team with Jos Lansink. For many years he was ridden by Jos Lansink under the patronage of Gestiit Zangersheide/BEL and was successful in Grand Prix, Nations Cups and made it all the way up to Olympic Games. Despite the fact that Carthago Z was withdrawn from breeding in 2000 at the age of 13, he produced 26 approved sons and 22 State Premium Mares. The prize money won by his offspring amounted to over 1.6 million Euros in 2006.

    His dam, state premium mare Alaska II already produced two state premium mares and one Association premium mare, as well as the mare Lorca (by Lord Calando), who is a successful advanced class dressage horse.

    Cardino: Sire of Catrina
    Cardino: Sire of Catrina
    Cartahgo Z: Catrina GrandSire


    Landgraf I,  left his imprint on the breeding of show jumpers like probably no other stallion before him. This is evidenced alone by the life winnings sum of his progeny that goes into millions, by 130 approved sons and 90 state premium daughters. Just a few sports highlights of his offspring include his approved son Libero H, who won the World Cup Show jumping finals in’s hertogenbosch with Jos Lansink in 1994, his daughter Taggi, who won team gold and individual bronze at the 2000 World Championship in the Hague inder Soren von Ronne and his son Landstreicher, who celebrated huge successes under Toni Hassmann in numerous Grand Prix and Nation’s Cup competitions. was a prize-money millionaire and at the same time a legendary breeding stallion.

    He is today considered as the world’s best jumper sire of all times. His best-known offspring include Taggi/Soren von Ronne, the licensed Libero H/Jos Lansink (1994 World Cup Champion), Leandra and Lucky Luke/Otto Becker, Lovely Boy/Norbert Koof, Lagretto/Carsten-Otto Nagel, Lassandro/Soren von Rb’nne, Landega/Helena Weinberg and many others, who have won over 4.4 million Euros up to now. Landgraf I sired more than 100 stallion sons.

    The grandam state premium mare Ibiza presented two successful international show jumpers: Cooper (by Cor de la Bryere) ridden by Dirk Schroder and Mandarin 55 (by Magnat II) with Breido count Rantzau respectively, Jurgen Kraus. He made the finals of the 1999 federal championship of six year old show jumpers in Warendoft and has mean hile had placements in advanced class show jumping.

    Cor de La Bryere

    One of the best dressage horses of his time Corlandus ridden by Marget Otto – Crepin European Champion 1997 winner of Silver medal Olympic games 1998 was Cor De La Bryere sired by out of a Dame by Landgraf.

    Capitol I

    His sire Capitano is the only stallion to maintain the sire line of Cottage Son xx until this day which is probably due to his excellent dam, the famous Retina by Ramzes. Ridden by F. Thiedemann she won e.g. the Hamburg Showjumping Derby.

    Capitol is a descendant of one of the best Holstein lines: His dam Folia is endowed with an enormous jumping ability and produced several approved stallions, i.e. Latus I and II, Cellebrio and Capitol II, as well as the state premium mares Kausa, Lektion (a successful eventer under I. Dehn) and U-Capitola, the dam of the approved stallion Lord Capitol.

    The grandam Vase (by Ramzes), who produced i.a. the approved stallions Grand Vikar and Montreal, was a full-sister to Romanus, a German top showjumper under H.G. Winkler between 1959 and 1965 (e.g. placed in the European Championships three times). Capitol is the sire of many international top showjumpers like e.g. Corso (W. Melliger, Switzerland), J.R. Number One (USA), Caruso Rex, Calle and Cincinatti (W. Peters), who is the dam of the young stallion Coriall.

    According to the breeding value rating by the FN he is one of the leading sires of showjumpers in Germany (162 index points). His daughter Cardinale was sold for 200,000 DM at the Holstein autumn sales in Neumiinster in 1991. His offsping also include: Carolus, Calato, Carthago, Campione and Cassini

    Dam Line: Fier de Lui Z

    Information on pedigree and bloodlines