Carismo Z

Carismo Z is a 2001 Zangersheide stallion, by Carthago Z out of Galant de la Cour.

Carismo Z is somewhat of a "freak". He has scope to spare, but like many stallions often exhibits an "attitude".

Since returning to Europe from California, he has felt "at home" and his results are proving it. He is currently competing successfully in CSI***, Gold Tour 1.50m-1.60m Grand Prixs.

He has on filly on the ground in Germany and will be available for breeding through fresh and frozen semen.

Carismo Z

BREEDING

Galant de la Cour (dam sire)

While Galant de la Cour is a Selle Francais, his mother-line is full of thoroughbred. The dam’s sire produced many showjumpers in France. He was a private stallion in France, and as the French prefer to use the state stud, he didn’t cover too many mares. You ¿nd many international sport horses like “Mariachi” (Luziana Diniz, Athens 2004) with Galant de la Cour as the dam’s sire. He combines thor-oughbred with the most important showjumping producer in France, Ibrahim, son of The last orange who is a legend in France. The rest of his motherline is also thoroughbred with bloodlines guaranteeing jumping ability and sportive horses. Kebah xx is well known in France as well as in the Netherlands and Belgium.

 

 

Carismo Z

A Zangersgeide Stallion

Carthago Z (Sire)

Carthago Z by Capitol I out of a mare by the Cor de la Bryère son, Calando I

Carthago Z is the son of Capitol I, one of the great modern Holsteiner showjumping sires. He was richly endowed with the heritage of two great Thoroughbred descendants of the Bay Ronald line - Cottage Son xx and Manometer xx, he also carried a double cross of the inÀuential anglo-arab, Ramzes. Capitol I sired Cassini, Campione (and full brother, Cathleen, Calato Z, Curtis (Mändli), Cliquot (Kirchof). With an index of 182 he head the FN young jumping stallion ratings. Capitol’s grand dam Retina was a Hamburg Jumping Derby with Fritz Thiedemann. His dam, Folia, showed great jumping potential herself, and produced the licensed stallions Latus I and II, as well as the two Capitols, and famous daughters Kausa, Lektion (eventing) and U-Capitola (dam of Lord Capitol).Folia’s dam, Vase, was a full sister to Romanus who competed with success with Hans Günter Winkler, despite the horse’s aversion to water jumps.The dam sire, Calando I stood at several breeding stations in Holstein before pursuing a performance career that culminated in a German Championship with Karsten Huck. At his performance test, Carthago Z earned a 9.5 for free jumping and a 10 for jumping talent!!! Carthago Z finished in 11th place at the Atlanta Olympic Games with Jos Lanskink and the pair were members of the Dutch team at the Sydney Games. In all the combination competed in 15 Nations Cups. In 2001, the stallion, who had been leased to Leon Melchior since 1995, returned to his birthplace in Schleswig-Holstein and the Holsteiner Verband. Before his death in May 2013, he was retired on an island in the North Sea, with a couple of mares for company.

 

Carismo Z