More and more Cador progeny are entering the international arena. Most of them are top show jumpers, of course, but Cador even has a dressage Grand Prix winning son.
Gerd Sosath says about his stallion: "Cador fits various types of mares. He passes on long-leggedness, scope, correctness and structure with the desired type."
Cador - the Oldenburg stallion of the year 2015 was himself successful up to 1.55m jumping. His enormous scope and power are due in large part to his impressive dam line. The successful Heida line produced Cador's highly successful siblings Cadora (1.50m), the OS winning mare and internationally successful Lady Cadora OLD as well as the licensed stallions Comanchero, Diamant de Landor and Calandor.
On the show grounds of this world, Cador's children are essential. IB Chica won the 1.45m CSI2* Grand Prix in Wellington yesterday under Tanimara Macari!
Chloe Reid and Chelsea also promptly placed over 1.45m in Florida last week.
Cycera is also last week in Poland reserve winner in the puissance jumping.
Internationally successful are for example Cadour (1,55m, Frederike Staack), Chuck Chai (win 1,50m, Michael Jung), Cycera (1,50m, Adam Nicpon/PL), Campino (1,50m, Zascha N. Andreasen), IB Chica (1.55m Tim Rieskamp-Goedeking), Calox (1.50m, Kevin Jochems/NED), Cadoro (1.50m Maurice Tebbel), Clif (1.50m, Cormac Handly/ IRE), Cadeau Z (1.45m, Jens Thys/BEL), Chelsea (1.45m, Chloe Reid/USA), Champions League (1.45m Juan Carlos Arriaga Radilla/MEX), Candy Girl (1.45m, Oleksandr Proda /URK) and Choccoloca (1.45m, Julie Mynou Diederichsmeier). Several sons are licensed, including the Bundeschampionat finalist and now international S**-successful Campitello.
The Cador son Eqador is victorious in dressage up to Grand Prix under Remy Bastings.
Photos: Lafrentz, Sportfot, reiterjournal, Lukasz Kowalski, Janne Sosath-Hahn