Price 3 inseminations of semen $1224 & Agents fee $270 & GST = Total $1645
|Kannatol is a powerhouse stallion with a dynamic gallop up hill and a leap in class. His mannerisms, technology and capacity convinces even the most discerning. Kannatol is the son of famous parents: His father Kannan was himself internationally successful with Francois Mathy June and Michel Hécart, and has left over 200 international jumping horses. Among them Olympic gold medalist Nino des Buissonets under Steve Guerdat, and then for years has remained in the top group of WBFSH rankings.
Modern mare Stalognia sold as the most expensive horse at the PSI auction in 2015 when she sold for a top selling price of 1.7 million euros.
The grandsire Stakkatol performs well in the advanced class, and at the German Championships for young horses (Bundeschampionat) he was strongly represented having several successful offspring. His first crop of foals have now proven to be highly profitable and have prominent placement in difficult classes. In 2014 it was a Stakkato son, Stalando, that was the most expensive horse sold at the PSI auction.
The granddam Chalanda (aka Bolognia) was internationally successful with Philip Houston. We find Chacco Blue in the third generation and he placed high in two Bundeschampionships and was then victorious in the international Grand Prix classes with Alois Pollmann-Schweckhorst and Andreas Kreuzer. Chacco Blue has produced over 30 approved sons and 183 horses that are successful in the difficult class. Together, his offspring have won more than 1.31 million euros and this has given Chacco Blue #10 in the world ranking list of WBFSH sires for 2015.
Kannatol’s pedigree contains the lineage of ten generations breeding sires from the studfarm owned by Paul Schockemöhle and this lineage represents the mare family 710 / Miracle (e. Monitor xx) which has six approved sons – Chat Combining (ENG, Oldenburg), Cool Magic I and II, Grenadier (AUS), Landino (Bad-Wttbg) and Santana Hit (Moritzburg), as well as internationally successful jumping horse Boy 14 (aka Boysie) who competed with Karsten Huck (GER), Robert Smith (GBR) and David Bowen (GBR).