The exciting stallion Cascari to Ballywalter Farms

Cascari (Cassini / Carpaccio), by the powerful Cassini I, is one of the most successful Holstein stallions ever, competing 1m60 with Franke Sloothaak. Cassini has left over 40 licensed stallions, including Cumano, Berlin (Dino W), Cabrio van de Heffinck (Hector van D'abdijhoeve), Chicago and Quite Cassini to name but a few.
Cascari's grandfather Carpaccio, is ranked number one on his breeding index, thanks to his amazing offspring that combine both jumping qualities with excellent movements. He was champion of his 100-day test and won his class at the German Bundeschampionate. He has dozens of offspring compteing at the highest level in 1m60 like Castello, Louisiama, Miss Saigon I, Carpoccino, M-Catatani, Capatino and others. Carpaccio is also Grandpa of Cambell VDL.

At the German Stallion Test in Neumeunster, Holsteiner Körung 2007, two stallions were raised to the clouds with the referees' awards. The winner Diarado, as we all know, was closely followed by Cascari, who was appointed Reserve Champion. American horse expert Guy Hodgson noted Cascari from the stallion test:

"He was exceptional. A beautiful head, excellent movements, light and uphill. A very good push behind and a powerful jump that became even better when the jumps became bigger."

Cascari also impressed during the stalliontest in Adelheidsdorf where he received the high value of 122.8 points which placed him at the top as overall 4th. He continued his career in Italy with 11 flawless rounds in a row 4 years old.

Cascari is exceptionally athletic, careful with huge scoop and has a great riding ability with a spectacular canter. Cascari was consistently victorious in young horse classes until a tragic accident in the padock resulted in the premature retirement of this superstar only 6 years old.

Due to his impressive qualities, Cascari has been bought by Ballywalter Farms to participate in our stallion program.

FULL PRESENTATION CASCARI
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