About - Komme Casall is the Team Nijhof KWPN winner, being a stallion with a great overall presance having brilliant conformation and amazing jumping talent. Stemming from the extraordinary Comme Il Faut, a stallion who won the Grand Prix in Brussels in 2018 you can't ask for a much better sire. His breeding reflects his performance with fautless technqiue Komme Casall is definately one to look out for.
Sire- His sire Cornet Obolensky ranked No.4 in the WBFSH Show Jumping Sire Ranking in 2019, and unsuprisingly his performance career has been exceptional having won the gold medal with the German team at the European Championships in Madrid. In 2012, he won the World Cup qualifier in Zürich, the Nations Cups in Rome and Rotterdam, and was recognised as the most successful show jumper in Germany. Under Marco Kutscher, he won grands prix and Nations Cup competitions, including the Samsung Super League final in Barcelona, which he won twice. In 2008, he took home bronze at the German National Championship and won grands prix in Balve and Cervia, as well as in the Nations Cup competition in Rotterdam. He was also a member of the German Olympic team in Hong Kong. In 2009, he was second in the Bordeaux World Cup qualifer, third in the grand prix competition in Rio de Janeiro and was placed in the Global Champions Tour Final in Doha. His lifetime earnings are approximately €800,000.
Damline- His damsire Casall had a magnificent career winning Grand Prix aged 18 with Rolf-Goran Bengtsson, who has ridden him since 2005. As a six-year-old, he was third in the Bundeschampionat and Schleswig-Holstein Champion, but it is his international career that has been exceptional. He was the overall winner of the Longines Global Champions Tour (GCT) in 2016, winning not only the final in Doha but also the Paris and Valkensward legs. The previous season, he won the Rome and London GCT grands prix, and was third in the GCT rankings at the end of the season; throughout his career, he has won or finished on the podium in a GCT grand prix 22 times. He has won over €1.8 million on the Global Champion Tour alone. He was also 4th individually at both the 2014 World Equestrian Games and the 2013 European Championships, where he also won team bronze. His soundness and reliability have been remarkable - he has never missed a season in his 13-year career, and he is ranked fourth on the WBFSH Sire Rankings for 2016.
- Additional Information
Chilled/Frozen Chilled only Stud Team Nijhof WFFS status Clear (N/N) Studbook Holstein Approved for KWPN Year of Birth 2015 Colour Chestnut Height 175cm