This young stallion reflects what can only be described as a unique family dynasty. Royal Z I by Ramiro, the oldest son of the Almé daughter Aleska Z, produced a number of top show jumpers in Denmark, who were successful up to World Cup show jumping, among them, Montanus Ricardo. His full-brother Royal Z II was a premium stallion in Oldenburg and also presented a number of international show jumpers. Aleska's third approved son is no less than Cordalmé Z, himself an international horse, and already the sire of two Olympic horses (Sydney 2000). Rolanda by the Ramiro son Rolando, the fourth foal of Aleska was a diamond ring mare in Oldenburg as a three year old and had many wins in international competitions under Gilbert Böckmann. Aleska produced two colts by the French stallion Livresco, of whom the older one was approved in Denmark. The most recent daughter was a diamond ring mare in Rastede in 2001. She derives from the French horse Quattro and is therefore inbred to the great Almé, which lets hopes rise high for breeding and sport in the future. This phalanx of grandiose international siblings includes Landrover, who in terms of his origin is probably the best Aleska son. Landadel is the first stallion in Germany whose progeny won in excess of DM 1 million (Euro 511,292) within the time period of one year. Landrover came third at the stallion performance test in Redefin, won a number of show jumper tests and qualified for the Federal Championship. 

Landadel Landgraf I Ladykiller xx
Novella Farnese
Aleska Z Alme Z Ibrahim
Landdorne Z Lavendel

1991 bay 16.3-hand Oldenburg

Approved for: Oldenburg, Rheinlander, Westphalian

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