Holsteiner Verband

Connorv. Casall - Cor de la Byre SF


  • DE421000100306
  • Eduard Struve, Satrup
  • Verband der Zchter des Holsteiner Pferdes, Elmshorn
  • 70-Tage-Test 2009 Schlieckau: Ges. 116,50 (7./44) Spr. 130,60 Dres. 101,28
  • Spr. 145 (88%); Dr. 102 (89%)
  • 2006
  • 6879
  • bay
  • 173 cm
  • all
  • EURO 700,- + VAT
  • EURO 900,- + VAT


Conway II is the only stallion still available for breeding out of Wodka II, one of the most successful mares in modern Holsteiner jumper breeding. He was licensed at the Holsteiner spring grading in April 2007. At 5- and 6-year-old, Conway II qualified for the National Championships in Warendorf. At the Elmshorn 5-year-old jumper State Championship he finished second under Tina Vesterlund. In 2006, he was performance tested at Schlieckau where he completed the test as second best jumping stallion with top jumping marks. Under the saddle of Janne Friederike Meyer, Conway II put up an outstanding performance at the 2007 Arezzo horse show in Italy. An injury ended his competition career. Conway’s sire Caretino is doubtless one of the most valuable sires in the Holsteiner breeding programme. Chupa Chup, who won the 2009 Hamburg Grand Prix with Bernado Alves, and Cristallo, under Richard Spooner rated best jumping horse in the world in the 2012 WBFSH ranking, are his most successful sport horse offspring. Caretina de Joter ridden by Edwina Tops-Alexander is another example for Caretino offspring. At the time being, Casall Ask is the most high profile representative of his sire.

Conway’s dam, Wodka II has produced 4 licensed stallions as well as seven show jumpers with FEI S level achievements. Conway’s fullsister Chika’s Way, who finished 2nd in the 2007 German Female Riders’ Championships and collected numerous placings at international top shows under Janne Friederike Meyer, stands out the most. Another daughter of Wodka II, Carassina, has been as successful.Ridden by Thomas Kleis, the mare by Concerto II won the 2009 Hamburg Derby in superb style.His full brother, Conway I, used to be a breeding stallion in Baden-Wurttemberg for just one season at the age of four. Even though he was not much used, he produced an impressive number of sport horses.Chi Mai deserves special mention due to achievements to S*** level under Barbara Steurer-Collee. After returning to Holstein, Conway I competed in the 5-year-old final at the National Championship under Bo Kristoffersen. At 6-year-old, he was sold to Sandstone Farm in Kalifornia where it took him only a few years to win 40 S level jumping classes under his rider Will Simpson.The oldest Conway II offspring are now 8-year-old. One of the most successful is the mare Armata. Having already won jumper classes to S* level, she has – according to her rider Inga Czwalina – a bright future in competition ahead.


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