Caretino's Boy is 7/8th blood brother to the famous Eurocommerce Berlin giving to Cleopatra unbelievable bloodlines and a wonderfully talented jumping mare with a fabulous nature. Born in 2005 by the famous sire Caretino, Caretino’s Boy is out of an imported Cassini II mare Cassini’s Girl campaigned by Vicki Roycroft imported in-eutro. He is 7/8th blood brother to the famous Eurocommerce Berlingiving to Cleopatra unbelievable bloodlines and a wonderfully talented jumping mare with a fabulous nature.
Born in 2005 by the famous sire Caretino, Caretino’s Boy is out of an imported Cassini II mare Cassini’s Girl campaigned by Vicki Roycroft imported in-eutro. He is 7/8th blood brother to the famous Eurocommerce Berlin.
Caretino is one of Germany's Super Sires, producing horses that excel in both the dressage and jumper rings.As a young stallion, Caretino won his 100-day test in the Holsteiner Verband with the brilliant scores of 9.0 and 9.5 in jumping and 9.0 in general performance. In his early competition she won the 1998 Holstein State Show Jumping Championship that, in turn, qualified him for the Federal German Championships in Mannheim at which he won. Shortly afterwards he become a successful international jumper with rider Bo Kristoffersen. The promising Caretino showed outstanding potential and in early 1994 the ride was taken over by the legendary Ludger Beerbaum. Just six months later his international career was cut short after he sustained injury. Caretino was retired from sport but began his career as a leading sire. By 2001 12 of Caretino's offspring had competed at the international level including AK Caridor Z (Jos Lansink), Crocodile Dandy (Alison Firestone), Chandra (Sören von Rönne), Toyzrus (Jill Henselwood) and Ballerina 124 (Marcus Merschformann).
There is a younger group of offspring that are also looking impressive: Böttger’s Calandro won a German Championship with Janne-Freiderike Meyer, Caldato with Hugo Simon, Cornwall W with Andreas Ripke, Chianti la Silla with whom Rolf-Göran Bengtsson won the World Cup in Monterey, as well as Chicka’s Way, who carried Janne-Friederike Meyer to a German Vice-Championship in 2007. The Holsteiner Horse notes ‘as a rule Caretino’s daughters are better than his sons; his offspring are considered variable.’ Over 50 sons have been licensed, and over 20 daughters have been awarded state premium status. His standout star is the stallion, Casall… On the WBFSH sire rankings for 2014, he is in 18th place. On the 2015 rankings, he has moved to 14th with his points earners headed up by the mighty Casall.