Cristallo I - the all - rounder

Westfale | grey | 2003 | 172 cm | Breeder: Ivo Auer, Wangen
Approved for Westfalen, Rheinland, Holstein Global, Hannover, Oldenburg, Oldenburg International, Mecklenburg, ZfdP, DSP
WFFS positive


Cornet Obolensky



Rabanna v. Clorstersveld

Cassini I


Corrado I
Urte I

Holivea v. Clostersveld

Capitol I


Stud fee: 1500,00 EUR
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If you want to describe Cristallo I, it is advisable to start with his extraordinarily successful offspring: More than 60 sons and daughters with successes up to S level, twelve licensed sons - including Vice Bundeschampion Cashmere -, more than 20 state premium mares, auction - Price peaks as well as several offspring with Bundeschampionat successes are to be mentioned here. There are also stars like Cristalline, team gold medalist at the 2018 World Equestrian Games under Adrienne Sternlicht (USA).


Without question: the descendants of the Cristallo I have long since proven their international quality. But they are not only successful in the course, but also in the dressage arena. The offspring thus ties in seamlessly with the career of their prominent father: Cristallo I was not only a premium stallion at the NRW licensing in 2005 and best in the 30-day test in 2006, but also achieved numerous successes in dressage and jumping, for example as vice champion in the optimum for four-year-old Westphalian riding horses, as a Bundeschampionat finalist and later at an international level under Henrik von Eckermann.


Sire Cornet Obolensky is a legend of show jumping breeding during his lifetime, dam sire Cassini I gained international success under Franke Sloothaak. On top of that, Cristallo I comes from the secured Westphalian mare line 239. Cristallo I passes this highly secured blood on to his offspring.



The sire Cornet Obolensky, among others. with Marco Kutscher 2009 EM team gold winner, is already legendary during his lifetime and confirmed his exceptional position in 2018 as well in 4th place in the WBFSH world rankings of the best show jumping sires.


The dam Cassie (FN: Cascavella 2), who is successful up to M-level jumping, comes from the internationally successful full brother Cristallo II, who was also the jumping champion stallion of the NRW licensing in 2009. The dam's sire Cassini I competed internationally with Franke Sloothaak and is one of the world's best show jumping sires of his generation. The granddam Profilda was successful in jumping up to S level under the sport name Papaya 19 and is a full sister of the licensed and internationally successful Pocalino, who was Vice Westphalia Champion and Bundeschampionat finalist.


Their sire Polydor was one of the most successful Warendorf state stud sires of all time. Analogous to his paternal half-brother Pilot, Polydor's children also excelled in show jumping. Above all, Pamina should be mentioned here, with whom Otto Becker decided the final of the German Classics 1991 in his favor, as well as Two Step, Paramo K, Porter, Pozitano, Paavo N and his licensed full brother Potsdam, all of whom are important in international show jumping Play roles. Festivo is now in the fourth generation, once the Rhenish licensing winner, and later internationally successful in dressage sport with the Dutchwoman Danielle van Aalderen.


This Westphalian line 239 / Almfee (by Almprinz-Sonnenfleck-Andres) also results in the sires Apartos (PB Westf., SUI), Avocado (Ldb. Warendorf), Ayers Rock (Ldb. Marbach), Disney (PB USA), Papageno (Ldb. Schwaiganger), Parlando I and II and Pastell (PB Bay.).