WE HAVE A LIMITED SUPPLY OF FROZEN SEMEN FROM THE STALLIONS LISTED BELOW
STALLION # OF STRAWS# OF STRAWS # OF DOSES AVAILABLE PER DOSE
Carnaby 8 8 1
Casario II 8 8 1
Conejo 1 macrostraw 1 1
Orame 12 4 3
Quantum 14 4 3.5
All Campesino frozen semen is stored at Select Breeders in Maryland. All others are stored at Equine Medical Center of Ocala. All frozen semen will be packed by their respective storage facility and shipped directly to your vet.
Indoctro / Ramiro / Alme Z
Orame's sire and both grandsires jumped internationally. He is bred
with the best performance blood with stallions like Cor de la Bryere,
Capitol, Caletto II, Ramiro, Alme and the rising star Indoctro in his
The story of Orame's father, Indoctro, you can read above.
Orame's mother, Iramee, is an elite mare and received a good
maternal report and is bred just like Ratina Z, Ramiro x Alme's
daughter. Besides Ratina Z, the stallions Ramiro and Alme combine to
produce more top horses like Rinetou Z, Jalisco, Galoubet, Renate La
Silla, Robin Z and more.
Orame became Champion of the stallion selection in Den Bosch at the
age of three. He is a stallion with a lot of presence, quality and good
gaits. Orame also became Champion of the stallion test with high marks
for the three paces and the jumping sub-divisions. His test report says
that he is very talented not only as a dressage horse but also as a
showjumper and that he jumps with scope, good technique, a lot of power
and is very careful. Orame is the first stallion to become Champion in
the stallion selection and in the stallion test! Orame performed very
well in the stallion competition and ended as reserve Champion.
Orame is the champion who has everything: best breeding, best exterior and the best stallion test results!
Quidam de Revel / Cor de la Bryere / Colt
2004 P.S.I. Auction
Show Jumper Quin Chin by Quantum is Price Highlight at the 2004 P.S.I. Auction
December 13, 2004
last year's P.S.I. Auction, dressage diva Poetin stole the show by
becoming the top selling horse for 2.5 million euro. This year, it was
a show jumper that became the price highlight at the 2004 P.S.I.
Auction in Ankum, Germany, on December 12, 2004.
Asian jumping rider purchased the bay Holsteiner gelding Quin Chin
(Quantum x Campione) for 1,200,000 euro. Quin Chin, who became the 2004
World Young Horse Show Jumping Champion in Lanaken, Belgium, will stay
at Paul Schockemohle's in Muhlen for further training. Second most
expensive jumper was Coster, the 2004 Bundeschampion in the 5-year old
division. The gray licensed Holsteiner stallion by Calido has found a new owner
in Mexico, who purchased him for 700,000 euro.