A tall, powerful jumper with long legs and correct, flowing topline, Clintadel has an active hind end and wonderfully rhythmic canter. This seven-year-old AES-graded stallion shows tremendous potential and has competed well in international young horse classes, jumping up to 1.40 metres.
His sire, Clinton, was the archetypal grey Holstein jumping supremo who enjoyed a career as both stud and sport horse. He came fifth at the 2004 Olympics, in Athens, under Dirk Demeersman. A licensed stallion in the Belgian Warmblood, KWPN, Holstein, Zangersheide, Oldenburg and Selle Français stud books, Clinton sired an impressive string of approved stallion sons, including Cornet Obolensky.
Clintadel’s dam sire, Acord II, passed his performance test with ease in 1991 and, ridden by Thomas Mohr, went on to become reserve champion at the Bundeschampionate a year later. Acord II has competed up to advance level, amassing a substantial amount of winnings, and his progeny – a combination of jumpers and dressage horses – have all done extremely well, including Artur, who, with American rider Aaron Vale, won €90,459 in prize money.
Clintadel’s grand-dam sire Landadel had a successful career breeding showjumping and dressage horses. At the 2001 World Cup, he had progenies represented in the finals of both these disciplines. Landadel is the sire of four Oldenburg stallion licensing champions, Lord Kenn, Lagoheidor, Landkaiser and Laudatio. In the 2007-8 Monneron leaderboard of the world’s top 75 jumping stallions based on FEI results of the leading 2,515, Lanadel was ranked 30th.
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