Benicio (Callaho’s Benicio): 2005 Hanoverian – Liver Chestnut; 16.2
HANN DE431316676305 WFFS-free
BENICIO has been a consistent stallion under saddle. In his 30-day test in Schlieckau: a total of ten times he received the maximum score of 10.0. The weighted final score of 9.14 meant the clear victory. The dressage final score added up to a previously never reached 9.88. With an 8.43 could also be seen the jumping final note. The resulting calculated HLP breeding value dressage is brilliant 167.
3o Day Performance Test 2011 Schlieckau: Dressage 9.88 , Jumping 8.43, Overall 9.14 – First Place out of 40 stallions
In sports he is known by the name CALLAHO’S BENICIO. He has had a series victories up to Grand Prix level. Among other things, he finished second in a qualification for the Nuremberg Burgpokal 2014.
BENICIO is proving to be a strong sire. With a breeding value of young horse tests dressage of 164, he is one of the front runners in FN breeding value estimation, which even led the year before. His foals are highly sought after. He now has numerous sons ranked highly in the various Associations’ stallion Licensing’s. In addition, many daughters have been awarded the state premium. His descendants are first and foremost highly successful in equestrian and dressage horse competitions and convince with their rideability, motivation and quality of movement.
BENICIO’s father Belissimo M is considered one of the most proven dressage sires in Germany. He has so far produced numerous successful horses in this discipline up to the heavy class, but also more than 40 licensed sons and more than 80 state premium mares. He himself completed an excellent athletic career, in which he was Bundeschampion among others and later went to World Cup tournaments at the start.
The mother, St.Pr.St. Valencia, who was herself in riding horse tests and produced the licensed Sunciro by Sunlight xx, as well as two in dressage horse tests successful full siblings to BENICIO. Her father is the Hanoverian Velten Third. Grandmother Wanja is also behind the successful in M-jumping. It is due to the sire Wanderkönig, who is equally behind dressage and show jumping horses. The dam line is also the origin of the Grand Prix dressage horses Magnus and Maestro, as well as an advanced level jumping horse.
Lic.: OLDBG, WESTF, HANN,Rhineland,All South German Registries