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Stalypso has been compared in a most favorable way to his sire, Stakkato, and received a lot of press after his approval in 2004. He was well received by the horsemen assembled and applauded for his presentation. This especially typey and strong-moving son of the exceptional jumper-maker, Stakkato, is in a class by himself over the jumps. He shined at his 30 day test in Schlieckau with series of top scores and with a total score of 8.95, making him the best stallion at the test. His ability to jump was rewarded with the outstanding score of 9.88.Stalypso's basic quality also profits considerably from the fact that his dam's sire, Calypso II, is known in breeding history not only as the sire of Contender, but also for scores of top horses in breeding and sport. The quality of his movements and his radiance were inherited from the Grenadier son, Grand Royal, and, of course, from the unforgotten Absatz. The dam, State Premium Caracalla, passed her performance test with outstanding results, including a score of 8 for rideability and a 9 for jumping. She is also the dam of Streamer, another very talented Stakkato offspring now successful in tests for jumpers up to medium level. Other jumpers from this line are Spaceman and Chappelou as well as the licensed stallion, Fashion Black.

Stakkato Spartan Servus
Pia Pygmalion
Caracalla Calypso II Cor de la Bryère
Goldmaus Grand Royal

2002 bay 16.2-hand Hanoverian 

Approved for: Hanover, Oldenburg, Westphalia and Rhineland as well as all southern German and new German State Verbands.

Stallion Performance Test

Overall score 

Dressage score 

Jumping score 

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