|Name:||Triple Elle, Lilly|
|Stud Book:||SHB GB Main Studbook|
|Studbook Approval, Grading:|
|PINIA||LUCKY BOY XX|
Triple Elle otherwise know as Lilly is a 2003 warmblood mare that is Graded into the SHB GB Main Studbook. She stands around 16.0hh and is a beautiful mare, that has a super temperament and I like to think is a bit special, every yard needs a Lilly in the field.She is a super mover that floats and has the conformation to match. I have high hopes for her off spring and can’t wait to see her first foal in 2010!
Lilly had done a little ridden work before she came to me but didn’t do anything in the show ring. I have hacked her out before she went in foal and she had a big powerful trot that pinged you out of the saddle. I have also loose jumped her and like her relatives she has a huge scopey jump. In the future I hope to show her with foal at foot in sport horse classes.
Her dam Inia is now 19 years old and show jumped up to 1.30 level. She was good in the speed classes as well. She has just (January 2010) had another foal, who was a surprise to Sally and Georgie Strutton (owners and breeders of Lilly) as she was turned out with one of their young colts by Balou du Rouet who they though wasn’t up to the job. They thought wrong! They say he is a real stunner, just like his sister!Lillys half brother out of Inia Koosh was backed at the beginning of last year 2009 and has a fabulous jump. He is a chestnut gelding by Darco (NOT THE BRENDON STUD ONE! - PROPER ONE!!!!). They took him to Addington for the Young Horse classes in August 2009 and he jumped round well. This year he has progressed to discovery and newcomers and Sally and Georgie will be aiming him for the World Breeding Championships in Lanaken, Belgium.
Lillys sire Caretino Glory is a Belgium warmblood born in 1998, is fully approved with the SHB and AES.
He has excellent floating paces with a correct and carful technique over fences. Caretino is currently jumping 1.40/1.50m
Caretino Glory is by the superbly bred Cheenook, who was performance tested in 1991. A prolific Grand Prix dressage winner, his progeny are well represented in all regions of Germany. Cheenook is by Caretino, a winner of the 1989 Holstein Showjumping Championships.
He went on to compete internationally in Nation Cups and Grand Prix's under Bo Kristofferson and Ludger Beerbaum before injury forced an early retirement. He is owned by the Holstein Verband. Caretino is also the sire of Zangersheide Stud's new star, Caretano. Under Jos Lansink he won the WBFSH champion for 7 year olds in 1999 and is in top of the league for Sires of the World 2001.
Caretino is by Caletto II, the prominent sire of jumpers including 1992 Olympic Gold medallist- Classic Touch under Ludger Beerbaum. Cheenook's dam is grand daughter to the great Ramiro Z. Ramiro Z has over 100 graded sons and more than 50 showjumpers competing at international level, along with many dressage progeny.
Probably his best known offspring is the fantastic mare Ratina Z, a winner of an Olympic medal, plus European and World Cup wins, she has since bred her first foal for the Zangersheide Stud.
Other progeny include Robin Z I & II, the Rebel Z line, Dramiro and Maximillion Saluut to name just a few. Ramiro Z was ranked as number one jumper sire in 1995/96 season with the WBFSH.
Caretino’s dam Glorieuze is a daughter of Glorieux, a leading breeding stallion in Germany, being owned by the German maestro Paul Schockemoehle. Glorieux has 5 approved sons and over 60 main studbook mares.
Glorieux's grand sire is the great Gotthard, whose progeny include Goldika, Gonzales and Graf.
Her Grand Sire on her dams side Renville 1975 is a well known Grand Prix show jumper. He was ridden by James Fisher who is one of Britain’s established show jumping riders. They were both a member of the World Championship Squad in Rome 1998.
Here are some of Renville results with James below.
Renville Winnings : £114,861
Oslo G Prix 1st, Oslo World Cup Q 2nd, Maubeuge G Prix 1st, Aarhus A3 1st, Paris A3 2nd, Royal Int' O 3rd, HOYS A3 2nd, New Forest T.Trial 1st, Linz G Prix 1st, , Suffolk T.Trial 1st, Oslo G Prix 1st, HOYS O 1st,Norfolk IT 1st, Norfolk GP 1st, Richmond O 2nd, Zuidlaren P&S 1st, Zuidlaren G.prix 2nd, Gijon A4 2nd, Gijon A4 1st, Lisbon A3 2nd, Madrid A4 3rd, Madrid A3 2nd, Royal Windsor GP 2nd, Oviedo A3 2nd, Grenoble A3 1st, Olympia O 1st, Millstreet A3 2nd, Millstreet A4 1st, Zuidlaren A4 2nd, Zuidlaren A4 1st, HOYS London O 1st, HOYS O 2nd, Rotterdam A4 2nd, Valkenswaard A4 1st, Bicester IT 1st, Bourg en Bresse A4 1st, Eindhoven A3 2nd, R.Windsor A 1st, R.Windsor A 3rd, Caen A4 2nd, Leeuwarden A3 2nd, Valkenswaard A4 3rd, Lons le Saunier A3 3rd, Lons le Saunier A3 1st.
Her Great Great Grand Sire Courville 1952 descended from Son-in-Law like the well Known Furioso and Cottage Son.
Courville’s son Little One 1968 was a very successful show jumper and won the prestigious Hamburg show jumping Derby in 1977. When he retired from his competition career, he was renamed Jasper and then became one of the world’s leading show jumping sires.
Other sons of Courville who have done particularly well at stud are Notaris 1972 and Renville 1975 (Lilly’s Grand sire from above). The success of these three stallions is massively impressive, as only five of Courville's sons received a stallion licence.
His best-known descendant is Legato 1986, who Peter Leone won a team Silver medal on at the 1996 Olympics.
Her Great Grand Sire on her dams Lucky Boy 1966 was born and bred in Holland. Lucky Boy has a great reputation for producing many good reliable show jumpers. His son Calypso 1973 was a Word Cup winner and another son The Freak 1976 was an Olympic team Gold Medalist. Lucky Boy was known for siring two of the best show jumpers in the 1980. He sired 27 licensed sons and many quality daughters who his name and blood will live on through.