International Bloodlines for Jumping and Dressage

Locarno Caprivi

CAPRIVI combines the best bloodlines Holstein has to offer for jumping horses and comes out
of one of the best dam lines in Europe.

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Sire “INDOCTRO”  WAS THE Nr. 2 of the German jumping index. 2005 (Nr. 3 in 2006)
and the Nr. 9 worldwide.

The Netherlands gave him the distinction “keur” which is only given to the very best stallions like
“Ramiro”, and now “Indoctro.”

His sire “Capitol” has been for many years in the first 10 of the international jumping index, and is still dominating international jumping through his offspring like Gitania, and sons like Indoctro, Cento, Cassini, Carthago.

Grandsire Caletto 2 is the sire of Olympic Gold Medal winner “Classic Touch” and many others.


LIVREE/UNIFORM IS BY Lord (Holstein), who eg. 2003  was the Nr. 14 in the international jumping index, and the nr. 29 in the dressage index.  He produced Olympic medal winners in jumping (Livius) and dressage (Larius).  On the Equitana during a Holstein show, he jumped himself every night over 2.00 m.

A good stallion always comes out of a strong DAMLINE.  Caprivi is out of the Holstein line 474a, one of the best in Europe.  In Germany a cousin of Caprivi (bred out of Livrees half sister) is “Calato” – the sire of European Champion and Olympic medal winner “Coester” and many other good  grand prix horses, like “Clausen”.

N Aldato, international horse and stallion (Emil Hendrix) stands in the Netherlands.

“Royal Cavalier” is one of the best stallions in Ireland and was no. 9 worldwide in 2006!

"Amadehus", a grandson of Caprivis dam Livree/Uniform, was licenced in Holstein 2006 and was sold to the "Haras de Hus" - the upcoming stud of France - for over R1 million and is standing there at stud.

Caprivi stands at 1.67m and was given a 9.0 during his licencing by Mr David Stubbs for jumping
technique and 8.5 for ability.


He represents the modern sport horse type, tough, quick reactions, very clear mind and performance orientated.  After being only a few months under the saddle, he won the D grade championship in Swakopmund 2006.
During training he jumped an A grade course with ease.

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