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Wallingford Kandy has a star studded Damline:

She is out of Wallingford Dorado who is the full sister to Cassina Dior ridden by Philip Steiner and Dinero ridden but Jess Rice-Ward in Australia.

Her Grand Dam is Prinzess VI, whose dam Borana is a full sister to Loreana who won WC rounds in 3 Continents.

Prinzess has a GP Stallion standing in USA and a young stallion Wallingford Zorro standing in NZ

Sire - Kannan

What else is left to say about Kannan? He is ranked #2 in the TOP10 of the best showjumping sires in 2015 with only a few points behind the first ranked, and he was #1 for 2014. Kannan’s offspring conquer at all levels of competition worldwide. He seems to be destined to stay in the Top10 for the next ten years due to the outstanding quality of his youngsters. In terms of genetics, Kannan shows a pedigree full of major legends like Nimmerdor, Voltaire and Le Mexico. Kannan seems to match with a lot of mares whilst adding canter, strength and a super mouth, he works particularly well with blood type mares. His offspring are appreciated worldwide for their exceptional talent, great willingness, kind temperament and their ability to react. If you haven’t used Kannan yet, it’s time you do!


Sire: Kannan

Dam: Wallingford Dorado


Wallingford Kandy

Kannan x Diarado x Cassini I

2020 NZWB Dark Brown Mare


Dam Sire: Diarado

Dam Sire - Diarado

Diarado is one of the most popular, and highest-ranked, stallions in Germany, and he impresses with exemplary ease at the jump, with superior scope, a willingness to perform that is second to none, manoeuvrability and intelligence; attributes that are necessary for today’s technical courses. Diarado is not only popular as a sire of show jumpers, but also as a sire of eventers; he always passes on his beautiful and correct type and conformation, which is so important for long-term soundness and durability. He was in sixth place on the 2017 BE Sire Rankings for 4-8 year-old offspring.     

Diarado has won several show-jumping classes; in 2010 he won the qualifier at the Bundeschampionship with a mark of 9.3, and in the final, he won the Bronze medal (with two marks of 9.0). To date, he has regularly been highly placed at advanced level, and came third in the CSI3* Grand Prix at Dobrock. He has been retired from sport for no other reason than to focus on his breeding career - he is sound and fit and still regularly appears at stallion shows.


Cassina Dior, full sister to Wallingford Dorado, Dam of Wallingford Kandy

Dinero, full sister to Wallingford Dorado, Dam of Wallingford Kandy

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