Mascarpone has three outstanding basic gaits and a tremendous amount of elasticity. Over a fence he  demonstrated superb technique, bascule and scope. This really isn’t surprising, considering his breeding, as we find some of the great jumping sires in his Hanoverian-dominated pedigree. Carefully linebred on his dam’s side, he combined the famous line of the Trakehner Marduc, who is famous for siring horses of great rideability and dressage talent, with his grandfather Morgengold I’s blood, who is a top showjumping stallion in Ireland. On his damsire’s side we find Philippo, who has won to "S" level dressage, in combination with predominantly jumping blood. Mascarpone is four-times linebred to the outstanding jumping sire, Ferdinand. Domspatz and Grande complete the picture of a super pedigree. Mascarpone's nobility was partly due to the Anglo-Arabian influence, and his offspring  fulfilled all dreams with many premium awarded and top class winning offspring. Mascarpone, who passed away in 2001, had rare cremello color which guarantees buckskin, palomino or smoky black colored foals. He was the only approved cremello warmblood stallion in the world. There are a limited number of doses of frozen semen available. He has foals from frozen semen. 

Mega-Star ZW Morgengold I  Malteser Gold
Pandora  Philippo
VPrSt Panachée Philippo Weltmann
Wembley Wilderer

1995 cremello 16.2-hand RPSI

Approved for: RPSI, ZfDP, Baden-Württemberg, Sachsen-Anhalt, Brandenburg

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