Cellestial is
performance personified. He is an athlete through and through, combining elasticity in his basic paces with a maximum of jumping qualities in regard to ideal technique, bascule and unlimited ability. He has achieved the requirements for approval on the basis of his success in sport. At the ages of four to six, he was a series winner in novice to medium level tests, often with a score of 9.0 or more. As a five year old he was the most successful jumper in Germany in his age group. In 1999 and 2000 he placed in the Bundeschampionat finals for German jumpers in Warendorf, where he was a feared competitor. At the age of just seven, he easily fulfilled the requirements for approval: five first to third places in advanced level jumping. He has often been up-front in international shows. He placed with the best at the "Sires of the World" three-star advanced level show in Lanaken, Belgium with his trainer, Heiko Schmidt. Cellestial's sire, Cantus, was a top-notch jumper-maker during his short life. The dam's sire, the Thoroughbred stallion, Wendesi, was one of the most significant Thoroughbreds in North Rhine Westphalia and was a DLG Champion. The dam's pedigree has Hanoverian origins through Dilettant and Wulf, the latter of which sired jumpers with enormous talent. You still find him today in the pedigrees of first class jumpers.

Cantus Caletto I Cor de la Bryere
Monoline Roman


Windesi xx Frontal
Doris Dilettant

1996 gray 17.0-hand Oldenburg 

Approved for: Oldenburg, Mecklenburg Vorpommern, Berlin-Brandenburg, Sachsen-Anhalt.

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