Price 3 inseminations of semen $1530 & Agents Fee $296 & GST = $2010
Armani Code is a stallion that stems from a solid dam bloodline of performance sport horses. Armani Code charms everyone around him with his confidence, his jumping ability, his demeanor and the strength in his leap. During the Performance Test, and his 30-day trial, he showed great rideability, a huge jumping capacity and superior gaits. He was awarded 9.5 by both of his test riders in show jumping, with a 9.5 for technique and ability. For his excellent and modern sport type he was awarded a 9, and he attained a 8.5 for trot and canter. In Schlickeau during the 30-day test he was awarded an 8.5 for his walk.
At a young age Armani Code showed that he is a sound show horse by becoming a finalist in the 4-year old championship in 2013– with wins and placements at the top MSV class for young horses. Armani Code competed in the stallion class in Flyinge Performance test week in 2016 and he truly showed how well he developed his jumping since his win in 2013. In 2015 he ranked #1 at the Dagstorp variety Ryttarfoerening 130, A Regional Jumping, as well as, made the top 3 placings in multiple jumping events at Romeleasens Sportryttarfoerening and at Munka Ljungby Riding club.
Additionally, the spring of 2016 was especiallly successful for Armani Code as he ranked #1 in the Trolleholms Ryttarfoerening: 120, A Regional Show Jumping; 130, A Regional Show Jumping; and in the Vellinge Equestrain Compound.
His foals inherit Armani Code’s looks, countenance, good type and long-legged manner. Armani Code has proven to suit a variety of different types of mares.
Armani Code’s sire Armitage is very successful in breeding and at the high levels of jumping. In 2011, under saddle of Guido Klatte Jr., he performed well at the German champion for juniors. The grandsire Landfriese II was named premium stallion in Oldenburg and was among the top at the Bundeschampionship for two consecutive years. The grandam Contessa is a full sister to the elite mare Cora is the dam of prize-winning full brothers Chap I and Chap II ( the reserve champion in Oldenburg 2012), and Effenberg who was the winning stallion in Mecklenburg in 2003