CARPACCIO BDV Z
breeding: Clintissimo Z - Indoctro - Apollonius
stud: Team WS Management Ltd
service: AI Fresh/Frozen
Availability / Terms of Service:
Carpaccio BDV Z is owned by a Joint Ownership venture called Team WS. Team WS aims to acquire and produce an elite team of Jumpers here in New Zealand, and then compete with success on the international stage. Team WS will be a collaboration of individuals who share the same core principles, visions and goals – people who are committed to helping the Wilson sisters achieve their global dreams, and equally as passionate about supporting and improving the quality of Jumping within New Zealand. Due to the recreational nature of Team WS, the stallions will not be available at stud to the public. However, as an exclusive benefit each Owner will receive a free service to a Team WS stallion of their choice, each breeding season. For more information about becoming an Owner please see www.TeamWS.nz or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
202 Tapuhi Rd
Carpaccio BDV Z
A son of modern stallion Clintissimo Z who jumped at 1.35/1.40m level under Gerd Sosath most recently.
Clintissimo Z is sire of the licensed stallions Clintrexo Z, Calais Z and Captain Van Overis Z.
His sire Clinton I was a Grand Prix winner himself and is closely related to Levisto Z and Zandor Z.
The mother line brings the blood of the famous Indoctro. 2nd dam Galanka jumped herself at 1.35m and carries the valuable TB blood of Apollonuis. Indoctro is is the #1 sire in the index of Holstein Studbook and is a sought after stud stallion worldwide, with his offspring being well regarded for their modern type, work ethic and exceptional athleticism.
Beautiful in Body and Mind with Effortless Ability
Vicki Wilson took an instant liking to the rangy grey stallion. He had an exceptional temperament, beautiful conformation and a scopey, effortless jump.
Since arriving home in New Zealand Carpaccio has stunned us with his athleticism, type and beautiful temperament. We are excited to showcase him on the Show Jumping circuit this year.