Future Cantata

Key data

 Stable Name: Petal
 DOB: 2009
 Height: 16.3hh 

 Chadron x Cavalier Royale

* 1st Premium Graded Showjumping Foal – 84.6%

About

Future Cantata’s breeding combines a proven showjumping mare by one of the world’s top sires of Event Horses – Cavalier Royale, with a young stallion who is a 3/4 brother to the Grand Prix showjumper Condios and carries the leading bloodlines of Coriano Z, Landgraf and Ladykiller.

Owned by Wizz Scamell and Future Sport Horses

Performance

Date Rider/Handler Venue Class Placing Comment
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Progeny

Photo Name Sire Sex Year Comment
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Pedigree

Chadron Quainton(2002) 16.3hhCompeting with Ben Maher Coriano(1993) br 1.69m Holsteiner Vice Champion of the 1996 German Showjumping Championship. International showjumper and one ofHolsteiner Verband’s very top sires. Sire of the top lot in the Holsteiner Elite Auction 1999 fetching over 200,000 euro. He has produced 9 Approved Stallions and 6 State Premium Mares. His progeny’s success in sport and breeding have catapulted Coriano to high rankings both in the Holsteiner & German breeding indices Corrado I(1985) 1.75m gr Winner of Grand Prixs, Nations Cups & The 1994 German Showjumping Championship. Winner of over 550,000DM. Stamm 6879Corrado I was 3rd in his stallion Performance test with a score of 130.87 in a class of 73, receiving 124.67 (7th) for rideability & 137.72 (1st) for jumping ability. Corrado received perfect scores of 10 for free jumping & jumping under saddle. Corrado I has 14 approved sons. Cor de la Bryere (1964) 1.66m br. His progeny gained influence in all German breeds and on an international level inc competiton. The approved stallions Corrado I and Cordalmé Z have lately caused a sensation in the international jumping business. The Cor de la Bryère daughters too, including such super mares as Costa 5, Cordeka, the full-sister of the stallions Caletto I-II, caused a furore in equestrian sport. Rantzau (1946) ch (Thoroughbred) From 1971 to 1973 Rantzau was the leading sire of dressage horses, show jumpers and event horses in France. He is regarded as the best Thoroughbred stallion who ever entered the French breeding industry of sport horses.
Quenotte B (1960) 1.70m br
Soleil (1980) 1.72m (gr) Stamm 6879 Capitol I (1965) gr 1.69m
Keurette (1973) gr
Option (1977) State Premium Holsteiner Mare. Dam of the highly successful stallion Coriano, the showjumper Cartouche by Caletto II and three State’s Premium mares including Valeska IV by Fernando – who is dam of the Approved Holsteiner Stallion Corofino Lord Successful 3 Day Event Stallion. In all, Lord sired more than 60 stallion sons, and his progeny won more than Euro 3,000.000 Ladykiller (1961) br 1.64m (Thoroughbred)
Viola (1961) b
Golda (1970) State Premium mare & Federal Champion. Successfully jumped to M Level simultaneously with her breeding career. She produced international show jumpers Linaro and Morales. Golda’s daughter La Jana produced Castello who won or placed in over 60 advanced show jumping competitions including puissance classes over 2.15 metres. Golda’s most important foal was the filly Option Ramiro (1965) br 1.75m
Ruth
Gea Landgraf I (1966) b 1.65m One of the most influential jumping sires. He produced 130 Approved Stallions, 90 State Premium Mares and 46 International Showjumpers
Landgraf movie
Ladykiller (1961) br 1.64m (Thoroughbred) Sailing Light (1949) ch 1.64m
Lone Beech (1939) b
Warthberg (1962) br 1.67m Stamm 275 Aldato (1958) blk/br 167 cm
Schneenelke (1958) br
Bea Cor de la Bryere (1964) 1.66m br. His progeny gained influence in all German breeds and on an international level inc competiton. The approved stallions Corrado I and Cordalmé Z have lately caused a sensation in the international jumping business. The Cor de la Bryère daughters too, including such super mares as Costa 5, Cordeka, the full-sister of the stallions Caletto I-II, caused a furore in equestrian sport. Rantzau (1946) ch (Thoroughbred) From 1971 to 1973 Rantzau was the leading sire of dressage horses, show jumpers and event horses in France. He is regarded as the best Thoroughbred stallion who ever entered the French breeding industry of sport horses.
Quenotte B (1960) 1.70m br
Talora (1951) Thoroughbred Petition (1944) b
Tanellora (1942)

Cant Touch This (1985) Grade B Showjumper

Cavalier Royale(1978) br 17hhSire of numerous successful showjumpers & eventers inc.
Ben Along Time
(Winner Rolex CCI**** 2007 & World Cup Champion 2008)
Call Again Cavalier
(Olympic Bronze Medallist 2008)
Imperial Cavalier
(3rd Burghley CCI**** 2008)
Cashel Bay
(Badminton CCI**** 2006)
He is the No.1 Event Horse Sire in the world by Progeny Points in 2007

Cor de la Bryere (1964) 1.66m br. His progeny gained influence in all German breeds and on an international level inc competiton. The approved stallions Corrado I and Cordalmé Z have lately caused a sensation in the international jumping business, & Cavalier Royale is now the leading sire of Event horses in the world. The Cor de la Bryère daughters too, including such super mares as Costa 5, Cordeka, the full-sister of the stallions Caletto I-II, caused a furore in equestrian sport.
Rantzau (1946) ch (Thoroughbred) From 1971 to 1973 Rantzau was the leading sire of dressage horses, show jumpers and event horses in France. He is regarded as the best Thoroughbred stallion who ever entered the French breeding industry of sport horses. Foxlight (1935) ch
Rancune (1940) b
Quenotte B (1960) 1.70m br Lurioso (1955) b
Vestale du Bois Margot (1942) ch
Ligustra (1974) b Liguster (1970) b 170cm Landsturm (1966) b by Ladykiller
Aumina (1964) b
Damina Colombo (1965) b 165cm
Zamora (1963)
Bassom Pearl Bassompierre(1968) b Thoroughbred* Sire of David O’Connors Sydney Olympic Individual Gold Medallist Custom Made.
* Dam-sire of Pippa Funnell’s multiple Olympic, World & European Medallist, Supreme Rock
Khalkis (1960) br 1.71m Vimy (1952) b
Merry Xmas (1951) ch
La Bonne (1961) Worden (1949) ch
La Bastille (1957)
My Babu Prince of Jest (1974) Irish Sport Horse Ballinamona Boy (1966) Thoroughbred
Miss Punch
Lady Grand tbc
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