Campbell is a typical Holsteiner stallion with height, length, frontend and expression. He jumps with a lot of scope and is very careful.
Campbell is a product of the golden combination Cassini I x Caretino (sire of Carpaccio). Sire Cassini I is one of the best Sporthorse producers with examples of Cumano and Berlin. Cassini I jumped at the highest level with Franke Sloothaak. Grandfather to Campbell is the all-rounder Carpaccio, who is known as father to a lot of good sport horses and especially as a father of very good brood mares.
The combination Cassini I and Carpaccio also make sure that we find the genes of Caletto II double in Campbell’s pedigree.
Then we see the stallions Landlord and Wahnfried, who both have produced several good jumpers. We find both back in the damline of several International jumpers and approved stallions.
Campbell descends from the small but strong Holsteiner line 5964, the stallions Caretello and Caribo also come from this line and also the well known sport horses Carossa, Lambada, Kora and Chester.
Campbell jumped under Dennis van Tilburg at 1.35m level and was clear at CSI De Wolden and the CH Dokkum. He is jumping with much ease and scope. This year Cambell will have his international début with Candice King.
From Campbell’s first foals Eclips DN has passed the first inspection round of the KWPN stallion approvals showing a lot of scope at the jump.
Expected breeding value: 132
Campbell: for height, length and scope
Parette (Pessoa VDL x Barinello) and Lisa Carlsen became 4th in the Grand Prix of Wellington, Florida, during the 8th week of the WEF.