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Carbid (Archived)


Carbid is a charming horse with a terrific presence and strong, well-muscled conformation. He has good rideability and outstanding jumping ability with an excellent manner and tremendous talent. He was runner-up of the stallion performance test in 1993. He is a high quality son of the Holsteiner sire Calypso II, who became famous as an excellent producer of outstanding jumping horses. Successful performance genes are also found in the pedigree of Carbid's dam: the sire Graphit counts among the special treasures in the Hanoverian breed. The progeny of Carbid are characterized by excellent jumping abilities and a top rideability. His daughter Carmina Burana was winner of the Federal Mare Show in 1998 and also winner of the Louis-Wiegels-Show in 1999 and the Ratje-Niebuhr Show in 2000 .

Calypso II Cor de la Bryere Rantzau xx
Tabelle Heibsporn
Grundlage Graphit Grande
SPS Frutana
Sissi Sermon
SPS Gotengold

1990 brown 16.3-1/4 Hanoverian

Approved for: Hanoverian

Stallion Performance Test 1993, Adelheidsdorf

Overall score 136,40/ 2nd of 41

Dressage score 128,98/ 5th

Jumping score 130,35/ 2nd

Progeny results in competition

Total prize money of offspring in competition: DM 9.921.00

Number of registered sport horses: 143

Breeding information progeny

Number of licensed sons: 4

Number of registered broodmares: 115

Number of state premium mares and candidates: 17