Undisputed World No. 1
The late Chacco-Blue dominates the prestigious Rolex WBFSH show jumping stallion ranking. His descendants are present in Grand Prix classes all over the world.
Much sought after, his descendants now speak for him but let's dwell on the passion of Andreas Kreuzer evoking his stallion:
“Chacco-Blue is one of the most beautiful horses I have met throughout my career, he simply had a very good character. He was gentle and intelligent, more like a human than a horse in many ways. At home he was easy going and quiet – he never acted like a stallion. You could only really love him, he was just adorable. Although Chacco-Blue can be described as a little nonchalant at home, he was everything else in the ring. And the more atmosphere there was, and the bigger the track, the bigger it grew. You have two types of horses, those that grow with the occasion and those that tend to get much smaller. Chacco-Blue was definitely in the first category. When you came to the ring, he was growing five centimeters. It was like you pressed a button and it turned on. Everything was there then. His mentality was fantastic and that made him really special. Few horses have it, it was something unique to feel. »Andreas Kreuzer
The Must Have Of A Worldwide Breeding
Top price Indisputable for 5 years, the embryos, gestations and foals of Chacco Blue are still as sought-after on the globalized auction market.
La oocyte puncture and ICSI allow to obtain formidable results with this stallion.
Of course, we only use Original glitter , the only guarantee to obtain embryos
Chacco Blue / Chambertin x Contender
Semen type original sequin
year of birth 1998
Size ? cm
Birth studbook: Meckl
Approval studbook SF, Z, Holst, …
2000 € provision + 500 € ttc per frozen embryo
Strengths / Weak
Very powerful, of an important model, they are however not "Old Fashion". They have long legs and a very good bearing of the tourniquet.
The gallop is sometimes sharp and the males lack energy, the geldings are exceptional
We prefer to bring him hot mares, at least in the blood and not too large with an acceptable gallop amplitude.