Rascalino is a glorious black son of Rotspon, born in 2001. He won his 70-day private stallion test at Adelheidsdorf in 2004, with a total point score of 148.29 points and led in the partial rideability index with the score of 153.37 points.

Rascalino under saddle

His black sire Rotspon was the absolute champion of his stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf in October 1998, with the best score in the partial rideability. He has produced numerous entrants in foal auctions and riding horse auctions in Verden. Romanze, the champion mare of the 2002 Ratje-Niebuhr Show in Verden is one of his finest from 65 state premium mares to date. Around twenty sons have also been approved, of whom Re Primeur FRH and Royal Blend were each awarded the Burchard Müller Prize as the best stallions of their respective age classes. Rotspon is among the leading dressage sires Germany-wide in the FN breeding value rating.


Rotspon, Rascalino's sire

The damsire Velten Third only briefly covered in the Elbe-Weser River region, but still left state premium mares and a top auction lot in Verden. The third generation of Rascalino’s pedigree leads to high percentage black horse blood. The black horse World Cup III (Celle and Radegast state stallion) in the third generation, was trained up to advanced class and frequently passed on his great predisposition to his progeny, including White Foot ridden by Michael Klimke. The pedigree is rounded off well by the strong black performance stallion Salut, who presented many showjumpers for the international stage and the top dressage horse Souverän W. Jürgen Wirths.

Rascalino derives from a venerable Hanoverian mareline, which produced the stallions Donnermann (private stallion Netherlands), Faland (private stallion Hanover), Frapant-Star (private stallion Lithuania), Frisbee (Dillenburg state stallion), Gouverneur (private stallion USA), Waldmeister (Schwaiganger state stallion) and Winnipeg I (private stallion Sweden).

Frolichkeit was leased to another breeder and bred to Rascalino in 2007. She produced a gorgeous red filly and was bred back to Rascalino for my own 2009 foal. She produced a flashy chestnut filly, Rosabella in 2009.

Latest Updates August 18, 2013