Approved by Australian Holsteiner Studbook
Stud has announced that its 7-year-old Holsteiner stallion CONDIOS
(Coriano x Landgraf I) has been approved for breeding by the Australian
Holsteiner Horse Association (AHHA). The AHHA is an Associate Member
of the World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses, and the studbook's
policies are informed by the Holsteiner Verband in Germany.
are delighted that Condios has been approved by the Australian Holsteiner
Horse Association," states Tom Reed, owner of Morningside Stud.
"With this approval, Condios is now approved in Germany, Denmark,
the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Australia, making him the most
global of all Irish-owned stallions. Beginning this year we will
be selling frozen semen to Australian and New Zealand breeders through
International Horse Breeders Ltd., our agent in Australia. We believe
that Condios is the perfect sire for the excellent Thoroughbred
mares found throughout Australia and New Zealand, and his offspring
should become the next
generation of top performers in all three Olympic disciplines."
a finalist in the 2001 German Showjumping Championship, is based
in Denmark and competes full time in Denmark and Germany. A Grade
A showjumper in Ireland and Denmark, in the last twelve months Condios
has won 1.30 and 1.40 metre classes in Denmark and Germany, placed
2nd in his first and only 1.50 metre (in Denmark) and placed in
his first and only Grand Prix (in Germany). In 2002 Condios will
continue competing in 1.40 metre, 1.50 metre, and Grand Prix
classes. The Danish Federation has announced that next year it intends
to start Condios in Nations Cup competitions.