Coriandolo di Ribano
Cassini II - Baldini I - Landgraf I
2007 16.1h Holsteiner
Approved: NAS, BWP/NAD (Elite), HOLST
"Rocky is the epitome of a modern day show jumper. Light on his feet, well balanced, a careful jumper with a nice amount of blood, and endless scope. He is a sensitive horse, but with a great brain. One of the best horses I have ever had the pleasure of riding” - Lauren Tisbo, Tequestrian Farms
Coriandolo di Ribano is an elite competitor that has garnered top placings all over the world throughout his sport career. Coriandolo is by the great Holsteiner stallion Cassini II, the younger full brother of Cassini I. Cassini II was injured as a young horse and was not able to compete, but became a sought after breeding sire through his talented offspring. Coriandolo's dam sire Baldini I, competed successfully up to intermediate level and consistently produced athletic offspring that jumped up to 1.60m. He also is a descendent of the leading Holsteiner damline 1463. His great dam sire, Landgraf I, needs no introduction and is considered one of the "greats" of Holsteiner breeding.
Bred by Giovanni Colonna of Italy, Coriandolo di Ribano was trained by Argentinian Mariano Pablo Ossa, where they successfully competed in young jumper classes. At the age of 7, Coriandolo entered the Grand Prix ring with Italy's Chiara Arrighetti where they made a big impression with his endless scope and talent. Not long after his Grand Prix debut, Coriandolo di Ribano was imported to the US by Tequestrian Farms and has been partnered with owner/rider Lauren Tisbo since 2016. Together they have competed at the highest level in numerous top placings CSI4* and CSI5* competitions in Wellington, Tryon, Lexington, and Bromont CAN among many others. Coriandolo is still competing and at this time is available frozen only.
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