Cape Coral RBF Z, proves his value in breeding
The first breeding results of Cape Coral RBF Z are very promising. From his official first crop, three offspring reached the final of the Dutch championship in 2021 and last winter all three presented sons were selected for the performance stallion test of the KWPN. His four-year-old son No Mercy already earned the KWPN breeding license with a good total of 81.5 points. Cape Coral RBF Z has competed up to international 1.50m level.
Paul Hendrix: “We have high hopes for the offspring of Cape Coral RBF Z. He passes on his type, canter and jumping qualities to his offspring. He sired two offspring from before he has been licensed as a breeding stallion and they are both competing internationally. Also many offspring from his official first year of breeding, born in 2016, are achieving promising results. Cape Coral RBF Z passes on the long lined model of damsire Argentinus and is definitely developing into a remarkable progenitor.” Cape Coral RBF Z already made his mark on the mare inspections. Four daughters, including two regional champions, were invited for the National Mare Show, in which Lilly HX ended up fourth in the final. La Luna Especiale showed her talent in the mare test for which she passed with 83 points. From the same crop offspring like Lady Diva HX, Limestone HX, Largita and Laguna HX are achieving good results in the young horse competitions already.
Sire Cornet Obolensky is one of the best breeding stallions of all time. The Olympic stallion has proven himself with offspring like Cornet d’Amour, Clooney, Comme Il Faut and Cornado NRW. Cape Coral RBF Z was bred out of the 1.40m level performer Gerona PP, who represents the well-known Holsteiner damline 429, from which outliers like Numero Uno, Dutch Capitol, Lorenz, Kassini Jac and Bellinda also originate.
WFFS-status: no carrier
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