Born 2004
172 cm

Price: See Below
Stud: Deckstation Paul Schockemohle


Calypso 11
Contender Gofine
Sire: Converter
Fontirell Silvio 1
Carthago Z Perra
 Dam: Cajandra Z
Jalanda Latus

Price of Semen 3 inseminations $11530 agents Fee $296 & GST = $2010

Courage and plenty of scope for the highest demands 

From an early age, a real elite sire: Conthargos, large-contoured stallion, has everything a show jumping athlete needs: heart, capacity, amazing technique, willingness to perform and natural talent. In 2008, he was superior champion at the strong Dobrock tournament with a score of 9.5 and effortlessly qualified for the German national championships.

His offspring are clearly marked by their father, with an inspiring image: large-boned, sporty and athletic, a rideability that should be admired and an absolute willingness to perform. His first offspring successfully debuted in show-jumping sport, qualified themselves to the national championships and for the first time in 2016, were successful at S level. Conthargos son Conthacco, with Bastian Freese, was 2016 Oldenburg regional champion of six-year-old show-jumping horses.

His sire Converter I won 22 show jumping classes up to intermediate level/M level with marks up to 9.0. He became Oldenburg regional champion in 2005, was placed at the national championships and was second best show jumping stallion at the World Championships in Lanaken. From his progeny, 36 have so far been successful at advanced level/S level. More than 303.000 Euros have been won in show jumping by descendants of Converter I. Dam sire Carthago took part in the Olympic Games in Atlanta 1996 and sired 276 advanced level/S level show jumpers, who have earned 4,23 million euros so far. From Conthargos’ dam line, which is of French origin, come Latus I, Sandro and Colorado AA, sires exclusively from our stallion station, and the internationally successful show jumper Nike.

Conthargos: proven sire for athletic types and first-class jumping qualities!


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