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Horse Scout Stallion Review: Calypso’s Rampant Million

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A lovely young breeding stallion with his first foals born last year.  A very handsome16hh Dark Bay Hanoverian Stallion, Anglo European Graded and Scottish Sports Horse Approved. This impressive young stallion has excellent confirmation, outstanding movement and a calm sensible temperament. He has some of the best breeding you will come across. With his future looking bright as a showjuimper.

By Flight View Studs very own Temple’s Calypso (find Temple’s Horse Scout stallion profile here http://www.horsescout.co.uk/horses/profile/759 ) Calypso’s Rampant Million is currently jumping BSJA in Foxhunters and showing potential to follow in his relatives foot steps. He started competing BD at novice level in April 2013 gaining dressage points in his first outing. Qualified in February 2013 for the BLUE CHIP JOINT RLF POWER CHAMPIONSHIP Qualified Discovery 2nd rounds for 2013 Qualified Newcomers 2nd rounds for 2014 & 2015 Qualified for the RIHS 2015 in the Winter Novice.

His sire, Temple Calypso, has produced numerous Grade A showjumpers, most notably Ali, ridden by Graham Lovegrove who `flew the flag for British breeding with 6th place in the 6 year-old World Championship` as featured in the Horse and Hound with winnings just over £25,000.

His Grand sire Calypso II; a stallion known for siring international performance horses with great jumping ability and great ridability .He was one of the most significant sires in Germany.

Calypso II’s dam, Tabelle produced SIX approved stallions, starting with one by Congress, then when bred to Cor de la Bryère, the five Calypso brothers all of whom were useful horses and valuable sires. Tabelle is a full sister to Samei, who was the dam of the great Granat, a world champion dressage horse with Christine Stückelberger.

Temple Whatsit sired by Temple Calypso winning just short of £ 10,000 in A&B’s, 1.30m & 1.40m Opens.

Definitely one to look out for this lovely Hanoverian can be found on Horse Scouts web site www.horsescout.co.uk where he has his own profile page;

http://134.213.137.168/horses/profile/757

Epic Background Story for Silver Elite Grade A Stallion the Legendary Temple Croesus

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Flight View Stud have listed Temple Croesus on Horse Scout. Temple Croesus has won over £33,000 show jumping internationally including the Royal International, Hickstead, HOYS, Olympia, He has competed at all levels including Grand Prix & Puissance competitions. Winning the 1.60m at the Royal Show in 2003.

This stallion has it all, he is a grade A Silver Elite stallion. Proving he has the performance of a top sports horse & the conformation and level head to pass on to his you stock winning county working hunter, show hunter and side saddle.

A well sized stallion standing 167.7cm this 1995 Bay Holstein Stallion is registered as Kwpn Anglo European Graded. His sire Caletto I was twice winner of the Grand Prix of Aachen and German Team Bronze Medalist in the European Championships in Hickstead. Caletto I, a sire not only of 21 approved sons, but his daughters also produced 9 approved sons. He is a star in Holsteiner breeding. Caletto I’s sire is the world-renowned stallion Cor de la Bryère, a leading sire of performers in all three disciplines. Cor de la Bryère is considered the father of the modern show jumper, producing fifty approved sons standing worldwide. Caletto I was a tall, important sire with the smooth top-line of a modern riding horse. With extraordinary jumping ability and fantastic form over fences.

Temple Croesus’s own progeny are well regarded with, notably, Cracker (2003) produced by Louise Hall under whom he has won and competed in many lightweight flat and working hunter classes, and has recently ‘diversified’ his talents to enjoy a very successful side-saddle career. In fact, he was judged as Ladies Side-Saddle Champion at The Royal Windsor Horse Show 2011, in just his second attempt in a side-saddle class. Cracker followed this on by claiming the Ladies Hunter Champion and Lightweight Hunter Champion titles at the East of England Show, and sealed it with the Reserve Supreme Hunter Champion honours.

Also sire of Temple What a Quirk a 2004 grade B show jumper.

Louise Hall is so taken with them that she has bred to him and last year had a lovely bay filly by him.

To find out more about Temple Croesus and other stallions follow this link to the Horse Scout Website.

You can find Temple Croesus’s profile on Horse Scouts stallion listings here: http://134.213.137.168/horses/profile/758