Copias is a 1998 Holsteiner gelding, by Calido I out of a Caletto I mare.

We bought Copias in Germany as a two-year old. He has simply been the sweetest horse a person could own. He started his career running in the cool, green field of northern Germany. He has won and placed in many Grand Prixs in the U.S. and continues to show at that level. He is truly a member of our family.


Calido I (sire)

Top sire with sophisticated scores for type and performance

A 1991 proven noble grey Holstein stallion of outstanding quality, beyond any doubt. Calido I belongs with his offspring's lifetime winnings of more than 2.6 million Euro to the best Holsteiner stallions of the present. Calido's offspring is well-known for their type, jumping ability and technique as well as for their rideability. At the 2008' Olympic Games in Beijing Calido I was represented by his offspring California under T. Sugtiani, Cayak under E. Sato and Noblesse M.
More than 50 Calido I sons have been licensed, alone 218 of his nearly 1,300 FN-registered offspring achieved successes in advanced (S) level show jumpings. Calido I's pedigree includes Cor de la Bryère, Cottage Son xx and Ramzes AA, each three times, as well as two times Anblick xx. The granddam Kollet (by Roman) produced six dressage and show jumping horses, which are all successful up to advanced (S) level. Dam's sire Coriander was a multiple sire and won several times in advanced (S) dressage classes. Calido I was jumping winner at his stallion performance test and won 25 tests for young show jumpers, including the qualifier for the final of the Bundeschampionat. Also his full brother Calido II, who died early, was successful at advanced (S) level. He originates from the line 5064, which is also known for stallions such as Little Rock Gold/Jenny Zoer, Ukato/Willem Greve and Paramount.



Caletto I (dam sire)


Caletto I (1975–1999) bay stallion. Described as tall and imposing, modern for the time with a handsome face, Caletto I was a jumper of tremendous ability and technique, and a great canter. Caletto I's dam, Deka, produced 11 foals: all but one son became a licensed stallion, and all of her offspring were top-notch competitors. Caletto I was a successful sire in his early years, and it was an injury to his genitals put him on track to become 1985's most successful Nation's Cup jumper in Germany. He earned over 100,000 Deutschmarks in his career as an international show jumper. Following the premature death of his younger full brother, Caletto II, Caletto I was tested in the breeding shed again in 1986. In 1999 Caletto I was ranked #5 among the top sires of show jumpers by the World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses. Calvaro Z (1987-) bay stallion out of Rixa (Capitol I). International show jumper under Michael and Robert Whitaker, and Jos Lansink. 1997 Dutch National Champion jumper and team silver medalist at the 1997 European Championships. Ninth place individually at the 1998 World Equestrian Games. Member of the British Show Jumping team at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games.[4] Cantus (1981-1994) gray stallion out of Monline (Roman). Offspring earnings exceed 1.3 million Euros as of 2004. He left 25 approved sons, and his offspring were considered powerful but willing and uncomplicated, though sometimes plain.[5] Calvaro, team silver medal in show jumping at 2000 Sydney Olympic Games under Willi Melliger. Calido (1991) gray stallion out of Baroness (Coriander). Offspring earnings exceed 700,000 Euros as of 2007. He has over 15 approved sons. #13 sire of international show jumpers according to the 2008 World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses.[6] Come On (1985-) gray stallion out of Suehne (Landgraf I). Stamm 8769. Licensed in 1989 at Munich. Vice-champion of the 1988 Medingen Stallion Performance Test, with the best scores in rideability and #5 in jumping. In 1990, Come On was the #1 German sire of show jumpers.[7]


Copias "we love you"