This is a super opportunity to buy a foal with an exceptional pedigree for sport or breeding, from two sport proven parents. This gorgeous, elegant filly is handled daily and is a joy to have in the barn. The price is all inclusive for registration, board and routine care (including deworming and farrier care) through weaning.
Sire: Clintord I (Clinton I/Caletto I/Lord)
The Holsteiner-bred stallion Clintord I competed at 1.60m under the saddle of USA’s Michelle Parker. The stallion’s father Clinton I (by Carolus I) jumped at 1.60m under the saddle of Germany’s Thomas Voss. Clinton I also sired the 1.60m-jumping horses: Clintash, Coolidge, Clint Eastwood de Hus, and HH Casey Jones—just to mention a few.
Mother, Miss Monica, is by Caletto I. Caletto I jumped at 1.60m under the saddle of Germany’s Michael Rüping. Miss Monica produced several full brothers and sisters to Clintord I, including the approved stallion Clintord II and U-Clintorda, mother of Catoon (Catoki) (who is jumping at 1.45m under the saddle of Belgium’s Loris Beritte
Clintord I has already sired international showjumping horses like: Euptric van Beek , Can Fly 13, Clint, Captain Jack Sparrow 45 and Clintaro in addition to a good number of up-and-coming jumping horses.
Dam: La Ina 18 (Libero H/Voltaire/Sandro)
La Ina is a successful show-jumper who competed in Germany at S level, before being imported to the U. S. where she had a winning career in the jumper ring. La Ina comes from a very strong family of jumping talent. Her maternal half sister La Voltaira, jumped at S level in Germany and her maternal half brother Chicago W is currently jumping at 1.45m in Europe. La Ina's mother, Volurla, is a full sister to the mare Volturla who is the dam of Evalon-Lavor, 1.60 m jumper most recently competing on the Longines Global Champions Tour. Volturla is also the dam of the stallion Quitaire, jumping at 1.45m in France, and the dam of Voltaira, who is the dam of the licensed Zangersheide stallion Belmus.
La Ina produced two GOV registered Premium Foals for a previous owner. The oldest is just seven, and after producing a foal of her own is currently in sport, with good placings up to 1.15m (during the 2019 season). La Ina’s first foal for our program was born in 2017 (sold in utero), and was a Premium foal and high scoring foal at his inspection site. We retained La Ina’s 2018 filly for our program, and her 2019 filly was also Premium and the inspection site reserve champion (also sold in utero). La Ina always makes very special babies for us!