Following on from many top stallions from Klein Roscharden, in 2017 Chaccato made his international debut with Guido Klatte jun. He won the Grand Prix of Klein Roscharden and was highly placed in Verden, Rastede, Munich, Bordeaux (FRA) and Opglabbeek (BEL). In 2018 he was also successful at three star level, including in Balve, Mannheim, Nörten-Hardenberg and Oliva (ESP). Previously he was third in the stallion performance test (jumping: 8,93), victorious in a young horse jumping test level M (8,6) and the main premium winner at the Springpferdezuchtverband Oldenburg International. From the first crop of foals he already produced two licensed sons. The first offspring have already won young horse jumping tests. Father, Chacco Blue, third in the Grand Prix of Aachen and repeatedly the number one sire of the WBSFH jumping world ranking class, is the most important representative of the Caletto branch of the phenomenal Cor de la Bryere line. Chaccato possesses intelligence, scope and ultra-quick reflexes. Damsire Stakkato, two-time German Champion, is Hannover’s most significant jumping sire of the last two decades.
Father Chacco Blue, third in the Grand Prix of Aachen, is the most important representative (WBFSH 8th place) of the Caletto-branch of the exceptional Cor de la Bryére line. Chaccato has inherited his intelligence, ability and ultra fast reflexes.
Damsire Stakkato, two-time German champion, is the most significant Hannoverian jumping stallion of the last two decades. Following the example of many top stallions from Klein Roscharden, Chaccato will make his debut in international sport in 2017.
Exemplary career start: third in the stallion performance test (jumping: 8,93), victorious in Springpferdeprüfung (young horse jumping test) level M (8,6), main premium winner of the Oldenburg International Springpferdezuchtverband. He already has a licensed son from his first crop of foals. WFFS: negativ
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